Keegan Prosser

Julius Javier

New app to help people find their Scene

You may have heard the statement before: "Tweet it on Twitter, post it on Facebook – and take a picture on Instagram." But if Bellevue resident Julius Javier, 29, has anything to say about it, you might want to add another line: "see it on HourScene."

 

Bellevue alum Jonathan Hung has been working as an intern at Siemens Corporation this summer.

Bellevue alum finds internship offers learning experience

Bellevue High School alum gets work experience through internship with Siemens Corporation

 

From left: Jamie Reid

Volunteers stuff backpacks for Bellevue kids in need

Volunteers filled the Stevenson Elementary School gymnasium in Bellevue on Wednesday morning, Aug. 14, where they sorted through hundreds of back-to-school supplies as part of the 18th Annual Good Start Back To School program.

 

Post-vacation blues | Keegan Prosser | Reporter’s Notebook

I've got a bad case of the post-vacation blues. You know what I'm talking about.

Bellevue School Board reviews 2013-2014 budget

The Bellevue School Board reviewed the final draft of the 2013-2014 budget this week. The budget is now available for public review online.

Honors Jazz Ensemble members Danae Greenfield (piano)

Music school continues to inspire

Music Works Northwest continues to inspire and educate Eastside residents as they pursue their musical passions.

Honors Jazz Ensemble members Danae Greenfield (piano)
Aneesa (left) and Amara (right) Shaik teach paper quilling lessons at an orphanage in the town of San Marcos

Bellevue sisters volunteer for month in Nicaragua

For what was their second trip to Nicaragua, sisters Aneesa and Amara Shaik had to plan their volunteer experience in the country, find an adult to accompany them, take a self-defense course and pay for half their airplane ticket.

Aneesa (left) and Amara (right) Shaik teach paper quilling lessons at an orphanage in the town of San Marcos
Artist Cyndy Salisbury has shown her Papier-mâché masks at the Bellevue Festival of the Arts for four out of the last five years.

Bellevue Arts Week kicks off

The annual arts festival - which includes BAM ARTSfair, the Bellevue Festival of the Arts and the 6th Street Fair - opened Friday.

Artist Cyndy Salisbury has shown her Papier-mâché masks at the Bellevue Festival of the Arts for four out of the last five years.

Art takes over downtown this weekend | Three art fairs to attract thousands to Bellevue

Thousands of art enthusiasts will flock to downtown Bellevue today through Sunday, lured by three separate art fairs.

Craig Hendrickson

Overlake’s Hendrickson announces plans to retire in 2014

After 12 years, Craig Hendrickson has announced his plans to retire as President & Chief Executive Officer at Overlake Medical Center in June 2014.

Craig Hendrickson
Overlake expects to perform 400 open-heart surgeries this year in the center’s new procedure rooms.

Overlake Hospital debuts new heart and vascular center

Overlake Medical Center opened the David and Shelley Hovind Heart & Vascular Center last week. The new 19,200-square-foot facility now houses the most advanced cardiovascular equipment and technology available on the Eastside.

Overlake expects to perform 400 open-heart surgeries this year in the center’s new procedure rooms.
Corinne Cope

Bellevue woman preps for Swedish SummeRun

Corrine Cope and her sisters participate in the Swedish SummeRun to honor their aunts and close friend - all of whom lost their battle with ovarian cancer this year.

Corinne Cope
Bill and Eunice Tsai hope to offer school programs for students on site.

Engineering for Kids coming to Bellevue

Tsai family brings Engineering For Kids franchise to King County with goal to encourage STEM education

Bill and Eunice Tsai hope to offer school programs for students on site.
Bill and Iris Jewett have been participating in Bellevue Arts Week since the early nineties.

Local couple returns to Bellevue Festival of the Arts

Iris and Bob Jewett to showcase ceramic tiles at Bellevue Festival of the Arts July 26-28.

Bill and Iris Jewett have been participating in Bellevue Arts Week since the early nineties.
Cilette Swann and Roman Morykit have been performing as Gypsy Soul for more than a decade. They'll play at 8 p.m. July 20 at Bake’s Place.

Gypsy Soul brings new tunes to Bake’s Place

Gypsy Soul will perform at Bake's Place in Bellevue this Saturday

Cilette Swann and Roman Morykit have been performing as Gypsy Soul for more than a decade. They'll play at 8 p.m. July 20 at Bake’s Place.
Eshan Kemp hold his first place trophy after winning the 2013 National 'You Be The Chemist' challenge in Philadelphia.

Bellevue student tops in chemistry

Odle Middle School student, Eshan Kemp, took home the top prize at this year's 'You Be The Chemist' challenge, held June 24 in Philadelphia.

Eshan Kemp hold his first place trophy after winning the 2013 National 'You Be The Chemist' challenge in Philadelphia.
Improvements being made to the Library Connection at Crossroads include new paint

Library Connection at Crossroads to close for renovations

The Library Connection at Crossroads will close July 22 for renovations; the project is expected to last eight weeks.

Improvements being made to the Library Connection at Crossroads include new paint
Blue Sky Riders is Kenny Loggins

Kenny Loggins brings new band to Snoqualmie

Kenny Loggins returns to the Puget Sound with new act, Blue Sky Riders, this weekend.

Blue Sky Riders is Kenny Loggins
Mimi Broswell (left) and Vanessa Sanchez (right) celebrate at the final ceremony that marked the end of Fashion Camp 2012.

Fashion Camp starts this week

For the third year in a row, young girls with big dreams are getting the chance to work alongside fashion and beauty industry professionals as part of Fashion Camp by Rosaline Hampton.

Mimi Broswell (left) and Vanessa Sanchez (right) celebrate at the final ceremony that marked the end of Fashion Camp 2012.
Camp-goers observe an experiment as part of the Pacific Science Center’s Curious Minds summer program.

Kids explore science, tech at local summer camps

Beginning Monday, July 8, the Pacific Science Center will kick off it’s Curious Minds summer program at St. Thomas School in Medina. The program will offer a variety of camps with a science and technology focus to Eastside students in grades K-8.

Camp-goers observe an experiment as part of the Pacific Science Center’s Curious Minds summer program.