Bennett Elementary’s psychologist Sarah Slatt is an advocate for prevention. More specifically, the prevention of bullying in Bellevue schools. New…
To most 10-year-olds, a slice of greasy pepperoni pizza and a can of sugar-laced soda sounds like a practical lunch choice.
The reality, according to the USDA nutrition dataset, paints a very different picture.
The sweet sounds of a trained pianist were replaced by the deafening noise of pounding piano keys this past Friday during an after-school program at The Salvation Army Eastside in Bellevue. With the noise came smiles and laughter of nearly a dozen kids, happy at receiving the gift of music.
In the hours leading up to the 15th Annual Reaching Out Luncheon for Hopelink, a soft spoken John Legend eloquently shared his passion for education reform and solving the issue of poverty in America.
When Dr. Mark Adams of the health and wellness company, Onvo, needs to jump start a new program for a client, he doesn’t send them off with a list of tasteless diet foods to buy. Instead, he writes a prescription for grass fed, grass finished meat and sends them next door to Bill the Butcher.
When it comes to celebrities and their homes, the front door symbolizes a sanctuary, the one place to escape the vexatious paparazzi and constant public scrutiny.
That is unless your name is Tom Green.
Bill Pace woke up on a recent weekday morning feeling weak in the knees. A few days later, Pace was driving on his way back from a visit with a friend in Kent when he passed out behind wheel. As his car approached the I-405 interchange from Highway 167 in rush hour traffic, his car swerved from lane to lane, clocking in at around 35 miles an hour.
The gear was bought, the training was complete and the route was mapped out. Now all father and son bicycling team Hoyt and Jencen Robey had to do was complete the 500 mile journey, from Bountiful, Utah to the Grand Canyon North Rim in Arizona.
As a young mother before the age of 20, Iris Garcia put her education on hold for years to focus on her responsibilities at home. As her daughter grew, Garcia realized the importance of education and decided to pursue her dreams by going back to school.