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Felicia Otness was at a birthday party when her 4-year-old son, Hunter, had a meltdown.
On a recent afternoon, Deena Beliso took rum truffles from a tray and hand dipped them one by one into dark chocolate. Beside her, daughter, Tia, placed mint dark chocolate truffles into tiny paper cups. “It’s a real treat if you can get it right off the tray,” Deena said of customers who come into Amore Chocolates and get a fresh taste test.
While recorded history stretches pretty far back, it doesn’t go back far enough to tell us the name of the person who invented the yard sale.
Three Bellevue Community College students from Bellevue will be on stage July 24, 25 and 26 as the BCC Drama Department presents the musical, “Pippin.”
Autobahn. Lederhosen. Oktoberfest. Say “Germany” and that’s a bit of what comes to mind. Famous for speedy cars, stylin’ leather shorts and oompah music, Deutschland now leads the world in something surprising: solar energy.
Wearing a leather jacket may be fashionable, but according to some environmentalists, the cost may go beyond the wallet. Leather processing and manufacturing involves the use of several aggressive chemicals such as sulfides, acids and alkalis which produce organic wastes that frequently end up in the environment despite control efforts.
When nine-year-old Kamille Hoggan heard about the Sichuan earthquake that devastated parts of China this past May, she only had one thought - those could be her family members.
L. Frank Baum’s magical tale of Dorothy’s adventures in the Land of Oz comes to life as The Attic Theatre presents The Wizard of Oz.
A look at what's going on in Bellevue, starting July 16.
I’m planning to write one of those self-help, motivational books one of these days. That is, if I can get up for it. I almost got around to it yesterday, but I got invited to a chili feed at the last moment.
If you like a side of sand with your lobster, then the city of Redmond’s policy would make sense.
Every year, the Washington Wines Festival lures wine enthusiasts from all over Puget Sound to raise funds benefiting various state organizations.
A Masquerade Costume Rental in Bellevue is offering discounts on attire for a party that will benefit communities around the world receive clean drinking water.
At 4 feet, ll-inches tall and nearly 90 years old, Pearl Hinze remembers a time when she could pound a pretty mean rivet. On a recent afternoon, she sat in her Bellevue living room and recalled when she worked in the tail turret of a Boeing B-17 military aircraft during World War II.
An evening of Native American poetry and music will be presented from 7-9:15 p.m. on Monday, July 14 in the Sanctuary at East Shore Unitarian, 12700 S.E. 32nd St. (at I-90 and Richards Road).
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Songwriter, pianist, guitarist, singer Jill Cohn will perform selections from her eighth CD at Rock Bottom Brewery in Bellevue on July 19.
Compared to other living things, we humans are peculiar in lots of ways. This brilliant insight occurred to me the other night while I was watching a creepy movie on TV.