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  • New space offers classes from “Adulting 101” to serving edible flowers

    SEATTLE — Learning how to fold a fitted sheet seems like a mission very few can master. (If you’re me, you roll the thing in a ball, tuck it in a corner, and hope no one finds it.) That’s just one part of the “Adulting 101” class offered at The Works Seattle, a new space that promises to level up your lifestyle with hands-on classes. “The Works Seattle is the link that connects us with how to live more independent […]

  • Witness ‘chefs in the wild’ at award winning inn on Lummi Island

    LUMMI ISLAND, Wash. — While Lummi Island is only an 8-minute ferry ride from the shores of Bellingham, it feels like a world away. Escape to The Willows Inn lodge for a 20-course dinner, or enjoy a weekend getaway in one of the several on-site suites. The international award-winning establishment welcomes guests to enjoy a unique farm-to-table experience for breakfast, lunch and especially dinner. Chefs can be seen on the rooftop cutting fresh bay leaves, and local fishermen catch the […]

  • A fun escape: Bellingham hotel welcomes dogs and their humans to enjoy the view

    The first employee you'll meet when you walk into the Hotel Bellwether is Bella, the canine concierge. She and the staff at the hotel with stunning views pride themselves on hospitality. 

  • How to wood fire a pizza at home like a pro

    Redmond, Wash., — The beautiful weather and sunshine has us feeling inspired to bust out the grill and start putting it to good use again. The professionals at the new Spark Pizza in Redmond share their tips on how to make the perfect wood fire pizza from the comforts of your own home. Chefs Savuthy “T” Dy and Kyle Cole explain that the most important step is perfecting the dough. Below you’ll find the recipe they use from start to […]

  • Rookie cries tears of joy weeks after shirtless meeting with Coach Pete Carroll

    Dreams came true over the weekend, and the Seattle Seahawks have claimed the newest class of rookies from the NFL Draft.

  • Taylor Swift crashes the NFL Draft to tease new music

    NASHVILLE — What do the NFL Draft and Taylor Swift have in common? They both brought plenty of attention to the city of Nashville. Within minutes of the beginning of the NFL Draft coverage, the country-turned-pop singer was on doing a live interview where she teased the world with new music. Nashville was host to the draft and it’s also Taylor Swift’s adopted hometown. She proceeded to give clues throughout the city leading up to the release of her new […]

  • The only recap you need to watch before ‘Avengers: Endgame’

    SEATTLE – 11 years and 21 films all come together for a grand finale with “Avengers: Endgame.” Don’t worry. We won’t spoil anything. If you’ve seen every single movie in the franchise, well done! Here’s the full list. Captain America: The First Avenger Captain Marvel Iron Man The Incredible Hulk Iron Man 2 Thor The Avengers Iron Man 3 Thor Dark World Captain America: The Winter Soldier Guardians of the Galaxy Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Avengers: Age of […]

  • Thousands of youth come together to celebrate giving back

    TACOMA, Wash. — Nearly sixteen thousand students from across Western Washington gathered in Tacoma for “WE Day.” The event is put on to celebrate a year of action that transformed communities and changed lives. The event doesn’t cost money to get into, instead students earned a ticket by giving back through volunteerism. The day was filled with world-renowned speakers and A-list performers including singer Ciara, actress Ariel Winter, and Olympic gold medalist Laurie Hernandez among others. Also in attendance, arguably […]

  • Millions of flowers bursting with color during the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

    MOUNT VERNON, Wash., — The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is a Pacific Northwest tradition that’s held throughout the month of April. Millions of tulips are bursting with colorful blooms as the festival continues into its 34th year. The colorful fields are scattered across miles and both RoozenGaarde and Tulip Town are open to welcoming visitors. It’s believed they have greeted guests from all 50 states and from 93 foreign countries. Jeanette DeGoede, owner of Tulip Town, has a few professional […]

  • Community celebration underway at new Tacoma aquarium

    TACOMA, Wash. — Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium is inviting the community to construct and create hundreds of paper turtles. The project will be featured alongside real turtles ,and for every one that’s made, $2 will be donated to support ocean conservation youth leadership. The community celebration and outreach marks six months that the zoo has been in their new space. “We closed down our 55-year-old north Pacific Aquarium here at Point Defiance this past year and we transferred all […]

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