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  1. PNA Winter Festival, several holiday plays and improv, plus stand-up...Read the original story

    Friday | Phinneywood

    PNA Winter Festival, several holiday plays and improv, plus stand-up comedy and the blues in Phinney-Greenwood this weekend The annual PNA Winter Festival & Crafts Fair is 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday at the Phinney Center, 6532 Phinney Ave. N., in both the Blue and Brick buildings, with 115 hand-picked artists and crafts vendors, will feature thousands of items for your holiday shopping. From hand-crafted clothing to furniture, continuous live entertainment in both buildings, plus lunch items and baked goods.


  2. A special celebrationRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Marshall Independent

    Seldom does one hear about one centenarian, someone 100 years old or older, let alone four of them. Rarer still to have all four centenarians in one location such as the Clarkfield Care Center.


  3. A new hub for native arts at Pike PlaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 25 |

    A wooden Sasquatch sculpture, 7-feet-tall, stands guard in the Pike Place Market atrium where tourists, in their shorts and sunhats, pose for photos. Locals, in their shorts and baseball caps, tune out with ear buds and Facebook.


  4. More than 1,000 hold hands around Capitol Lake in the name of peaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 23 | The Olympian

    More than 1,000 people lined up Wednesday afternoon around Capitol Lake to hold hands in a peaceful plea for community unity. Hands Around Capitol Lake was organized by a group called Stronger Together Thurston County and inspired by a similar gathering in Seattle where nearly 4,000 people circled Green Lake last weekend to take a stand against racism, homophobia, misogyny and Islamophobia.


  5. 6 things to do this holiday weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 23 |

    This weekend, the Duwamish tribe invites the public to their longhouse in West Seattle, where they'll be hosting a special Native Holiday Gift Fair. Shop local, native-made arts and crafts, including jewelry, fine art, pottery and more.


  6. Betty D. CaulfieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Wenatchee World

    She attended West Seattle High School and studied art at the University of Washington while meeting her husband, Chuck Below. They married and had four children: Cathy, Bruce, Kim and Stacy.


  7. Frequent-flier site FlyerTalk tackles hotel reviewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | USA Today

    Frequent-flier site FlyerTalk tackles hotel reviews The site built around frequent-flier topics pledges a more sophisticated take on hotel reviews. Check out this story on FlyerTalk , the online travel community that initially built its reputation on frequent-flier topics, is expanding its sights to hotels.


  8. Watch zoo animals play with Sounders' gearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 19 | Sounder at Heart

    The Seattle Sounders announced on Friday that several iconic area landmarks across Seattle plan to light-up Rave Green this coming week. The Sounders will be honored during the second quarter of the Seattle Seahawks-Philadelphia Eagles game this Sunday.


  9. Cheap Travel Destinations for US Nursing StudentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 18 | Internet Vibes

    Studying nursing, whether in school studying nursing practice or online studying for an MSN in nursing administration, can be difficult. It's time consuming, stressful and demanding.


  10. Inadequate maintenance led to Ride the Ducks crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 16 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    Mechanical failure caused the fatal Ride the Ducks Seattle crash in 2015. The National Transportation Safety Board issued that formal ruling Tuesday.


  11. Seattle's EMP gets new name: MoPOPRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 15 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Trap: The Great Wheel Is it cruel to pick on the new kid? It's great in a lot of ways and adds some whimsy to the waterfront, but it is also the ultimate tourist trap. It's $13 for an adult ticket for those 12 and older, which is almost as much as it costs to buy a ticket to summit the Eiffel Tower.


  12. A Chinese immigrant's SMILERead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 3 | Northwest Asian Weekly

    I immigrated to Seattle from China eight years ago, and while people here were friendly, I often longed to be surrounded by the familiarities of home. One of the things I was seeking was a network of my peers.


  13. 5 things to do in Seattle this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2016 |

    Billed as the largest sustainability fashion event in the world, Eco Fashion Week includes two days of showcases of eco-minded designs as well as this Project Runway-tinged challenge: transform 8.1 pounds of unsellable Value Village merchandise into full-on runway fashion. An all-day conversation on sustainability and the supply chain will happen, and being a more conscientious shopper takes place on Friday.


  14. Essex Crossing's enormous, 'world-class' marketplace gets new renderingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | Curbed

    The transformation of the Seward Park Urban Renewal Area into the megaproject known as Essex Crossing is slowly but surely moving forward, and more pieces of the puzzle are being put in place. One of the biggest elements of the development-both in size and potential community benefit-is the Market Line , a 150,000-square-foot retail destination that will anchor several of the megaproject's buildings.


  15. Seattle Boat Show offers special travel packagesRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2016 | Boating Industry

    The Seattle Boat Show , the largest boat show on the West Coast and the third largest in the U.S., opens Jan. 27 and runs through Feb. 4, 2017. The show is held at two locations - indoors at Century LinkField Event Center and afloat at South Lake Union - and more than 200 free seminars.


  16. Jock Talk: Football, hockey lead week's West Shore sports actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2016 | Goldstream Gazette

    We've got plenty of coverage at about this Saturday's Cullen Cup B.C. Football Conference championship game between the Westshore Rebels and Okanagan Sun. Tickets are going fast for this game at Westhills Stadium , with a kickoff at 4 p.m. The winner hosts the Canadian Bow l final next month.


  17. Rick Steves: Salty and modern PortsmouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2016 | SFGate

    The grand 19th-century HMS Victory, part of the fleet commanded by Admiral Nelson, is both a tourable museum and the world's oldest commissioned warship. The grand 19th-century HMS Victory, part of the fleet commanded by Admiral Nelson, is both a tourable museum and the world's oldest commissioned warship.


  18. Upscale Nightclub to open in KennewickRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2016 | KVEW-TV Kennewick

    Long time friends Joey Casados and Elias Correa are seeing their dream come true. Rumor Lounge is set to have their grand opening Oct. 28. "It's just to try to keep the business here in Tri-Cities.


  19. Google announces $165,000 for "open outdoors for kids" during event at Kirkland campusRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2016 | Kirkland Reporter

    The U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell joined Google to announce a $165,000 sponsorship to the National Park Foundation's Open OutDoors for Kids, an initiative that helps connect more kids to their national parks through fun and engaging activities on Oct. 22. The announcement was made during a campout held on Google's Kirkland campus together with the U.S. Department of the Interior and YMCA for 60 Seattle-area elementary students. U.S. Representative Suzan DelBene also attended the event.


  20. Carihi band trips not all about the musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2016 | Campbell River Mirror

    More than an hour before the first bell rings out at Carihi Secondary, there's already at least one room full of high school kids focused on digging into their studies. They're obviously tired, but who wouldn't be if they had to be up that early on a Monday? "Wednesday is always a bit better than Mondays," jokes Phillip Cassidy, who oversees the school's band programs.