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7 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Anchorage Police officer Scott Nissen, left, conducts a field sobriety test after a traffic stop on 4th Avenue in Anchorage on Sunday, Sept.
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
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9 hrs ago | Soccer America
Friday's World Cup 2014 Draw will air on ESPN2 and Univision. Here are places where fans are gathering for watch parties ... Email Soccer America with details of your watch party.
13 hrs ago | Real Change
Because Zapata died almost a hundred years ago, Ward knows that might sound implausible.
18 hrs ago | West Seattle Herald
And she lives in West Seattle. "I talk a lot about observation, what it's like to be from a place so far away, and moving to Seattle as an island girl living in the city," she says.
19 hrs ago | The Stranger
ALEX CALDERWOOD What was it that led him to start Rudy's Barbershop, Ace Hotel, and a bunch of other Seattle institutions? n 2005, Ace Hotel founder and Seattle native Alex Calderwood went to Dubai with his friend and business partner Nasir Rasheed.
23 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Jamie Boudreau of Canon makes his smoky fall drink "Skull & Blackberrries" with 1776 rye, rossbacher, blackberry and blueberry smoke.
Whispering Roses has delighted audiences at festivals and concerts throughout the Pacific Northwest with their unique blend of Celtic, sacred and folk music.
This is a series to acquaint bicyclists, especially those either new to Seattle or new to bicycling to the popular bicycling routes in Seattle.
Bear Pond Books, a bookstore located in Montpelier, Vt., was one of the indie stores that participated in Indies First on Small Business Saturday this weekend.
Protesters opposed to the Keystone XL pipeline make their voices heard as the motorcade of U.S. President Barack Obama passes for a fundraiser at the Northwest Seattle home of business owner Tom Campion Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013.
Love it or hate it, the Pacific Northwest wouldn't be the same without the big boy on the block, Seattle.
Jennifer Jasper, in association with JewelBox Theater, presents a monthly cabaret all about family.
A man accused of leaping a fence at the Seattle waterfront and briefly commandeering a high-speed ferry used to shuttle passengers between Washington state and Canada was in jail on Monday with bail set at $200,000.
One of the three people convicted as teens in the 2008 slaying of Ed "Tuba Man" McMichael is in trouble again.
Influenced by his late father, also a musician, Frank involved himself in rock music.