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Teatro ZinZanni takes the dinner-and-a-movie concept and literally turns it upside down, lifting the experience way into the stratosphere. There’s a four-course meal on tap,… Continue reading
As Eastside police chiefs and others gathered at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) on Tuesday night, something was missing. The sign at the… Continue reading
Rob Munn, Hans Struzyna and their teammates were in the middle of a heated rowing battle in late May that would either propel them to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil elated in August or back to their training site in New Jersey crestfallen.
Sarah Nagashima got some television exposure when her University of Arkansas gymnastics team took fifth place in the NCAA championships in April. But she wants more TV time.
As Seattle Sounders FC soccer players watched, 3-year-old Vallory Hurlimann first booted a soccer ball with gusto and then ran up the field as fast as her little legs would go.
It’s not rocket science for a boss to pursue employees who are intelligent, dedicated and stimulated about whatever important project is on the table. In the case of MSNW President John Slough of Bellevue and his research team, rocket science is exactly what’s going on within the walls of their Redmond office and, a few blocks away, at the University of Washington Plasma Dynamics Lab.
Satya Nadella has called it his first big deal as CEO at Microsoft Corp.
Donald Driver doesn't hold anything back. When the former professional football player tells his story to people, they get the whole deal. It's an emotional and riveting ride dotted with harsh times — experiencing poverty and homelessness — that led to victory in the end.
The former Group Health Hospital and clinic site in the Overlake area of Redmond has been sold for $32.5 million. Capstone Partners and its investment partner Lionstone U.S. Land Two, L.P. announced the purchase of the 28-acre site on March 15.
Miss Washington has Bellevue ties | Sterling Banks’ Cassandra Searles wins crown on her fourth time in pageant
In her fourth year competing for Miss Washington USA, Cassandra Searles, 24, who works as a commercial bank representative at Sterling Bank in Bellevue, finally grabbed the title of Miss Washington.