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When Jack Kim learned Google made $9 billion last year, he began to wonder what would happen if some of that money went to nonprofits. That's when he discovered StudentRND, a creative think space and workshop for science, tech and engineering students in Bellevue.
The artist’s face is pensive as she studies a Picasso on a print out. Her fingers, caked in color, slide across the concrete. With each stroke of chalk, she transfers his brilliant colors to the sidewalk outside the Bellevue Arts Museum.
Thousands clogged the streets of Downtown Bellevue this weekend to celebrate the arts in three simultaneous festivals. The main show, put on by the Bellevue Arts Museum, had hundreds of artists showing their craftsmanship at the Bellevue Square parking garage.
Economic growth and new development were at the center of discussion for five Eastside mayors June 27 as they took questions at the Bellevue Downtown Association's annual mayor's forum.
Spinning the black sheep from its feet to its rear, the shepherdess takes its chin in one hand and the clippers in another. Sometimes they put up with their 8-month shave, says Amy Wolf. "Sometimes they can just be monsters." The sheep is stiff and gives an occasional kick, but she still twists and turns the 125 lb. fluff ball like a wrestling champion. Each new position reveals a new place to shave.
While drivers and power crews are battling icy roads and freezing rain, Mercer Slough Park was iced with beautiful crystals after freezing rain Thursday.
A popular jazz bar is leaving a small gated community in Issaquah and heading for Bellevue's night scene.
The federal government gave its stamp of approval on the final light-rail route today, just two days after Bellevue signed off on it.
Pink streamers and sparkly paint aren’t too girly for the 17 young ladies, some only 9-years-old, who line up atop a mountain bike trail.
Alleged dealer charged with homicide after former football player’s overdose; dad finds body at Bellevue home
A Seattle man accused of selling heroin to a former Issaquah football player who overdosed was charged with homicide. Prosecutors say that Adam Pepka, age 20, sold Zachary Lyter the drugs that killed him. His father found the 19-year-old's body at their Bellevue home May 4.
Eastside mayors weighed in on Bellevue's light-rail drama and plans for downtown development at a forum June 16.
Bellevue Police surrounded a home Thursday afternoon, in search of a man who allegedly threatened to shoot someone earlier this morning.
BY CELESTE GRACEY FOR THE BELLEVUE REPORTER With declining facilities and a beach filled with weeds, Lake Sammamish State Park is now struggling to attract the picnickers and swimmers it once did. The solution isn’t just more money, he said. It’s in finding people willing to champion Lake Sammamish over the long haul.
BY CELESTE GRACEY Reporter Newspapers This is the first of a two-part series looking at Lake Sammamish State Park and examining its problems. This week’s story focuses on the park’s biggest struggles. Next week will focus on possible solutions.
When a Sammamish couple’s 11-acre home wouldn’t sell in the down economy, it seemed close to crushing their dreams of opening a winery in Walla Walla.
As the Eastside passes through another week of frigid temperatures, Vincent Flint counts down the days left until the Bellevue Severe Weather Shelter packs up and moves to Redmond. For four Eastside cities, including Bellevue, the move is the chance to provide a shelter for homeless all winter. It’s about saving lives. It’s humane. For Flint, it’s a disaster.