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  • ‘This is where I feel the happiest’: Hot yoga studio builds bonds in Arlington

    ARLINGTON, Wash., — Neighbors in the Arlington community find refuge inside the walls of the YourRHot Yoga studio. Students range in body types and athletic ability from a Seattle firefighter who’s recovering from injury to a breast cancer survivor who’s keeping her mind and body strong. Owner Brandy Wilson explains that this isn’t like other workouts. “It literally is a moving meditation when you’re practicing yoga and you’re able to just turn your mind off and connect with your body […]

  • Sloths, otters, kangaroos and more living together in Tacoma petting zoo

    TACOMA, Wash. – Debbie Dolittle’s is a year round, indoor,  petting zoo that offers the community a chance to get their hands on animals they’d otherwise never get the opportunity to meet. They specialize in baby and miniature pets, farm animals and exotics, too. From kangaroo and tortoises to otters and capybara, Debbie Dolittle’s is home to a wide variety of animals. Open seven days a week from 11a – 6p, the indoor petting zoo always welcomes the public to […]

  • The Center for Wooden Boats welcomes the community to its new home

    SEATTLE — It’s been operating for more than four decades out of a tiny boathouse on the shores of South Lake Union and now, The Center for Wooden Boats moves to their new, 9,200 square foot facility. The public is welcome to help celebrate the grand opening of the Wagner Education Center this weekend and partake in an array of festivities including: Free boat rides: volunteer skippers will take passengers out on Lake Union on spirit boats, steamboats, electric boats, […]

  • Arlington mom turns kids fundraiser into successful family business

    Being a parent is expensive, so when one Arlington mom was faced with two daughters wanting to join cheerleading, she came up with a clever way to raise money. Little did she know that it’d turn into a family owned and operated business.

  • The most “poopular” compost in the Pacific Northwest to be awarded to lottery winners

    SEATTLE — Here’s the scoop (pun intended.) The most exotic compost available in the Pacific Northwest comes from Woodland Park Zoo. Zoo Doo is a fully composted blend of select animal manures mixed with straw, grass, leaves and wood chips from around the grounds of the zoo. As a conservation organization, Woodland Park Zoo is committed to turning animal waste into a valuable resource. Composting saves the zoo nearly $90,000 each year in disposal costs. It also saves water and […]

  • Emerald City Comic Con brings together creators and fans for a weekend of pop culture

    SEATTLE — It began as a love letter to comics. Seventeen years later and Emerald City Comic Con is back in Seattle at the Washington State Convention Center. Organizers are expecting this will be the biggest year yet with other 98,000 fans expected over the four day long convention. Game of Thrones fans are especially excited for Gwendoline Christie’s appearance as the final season of the series is about to begin. The cast of Boy Meets World will be in attendance include Danielle […]

  • ‘Mad Scientist’ inspires elementary students to purse STEM careers

    Bellevue, Wash., — Mad Science helps kids experience science in fun and interesting ways with hands-on experiments and demonstrations. They  do this through after school programs, workshops and even birthday parties that families can host in their own homes. Parents hoping to get their kids interested in the ever growing STEM careers are using programs like Mad Science to get a head start and simply to be inspired by the subject in general. Kilowatt Kevin, aka Kevin Horn, invited us […]

  • Olympic Flight Museum a hands-on history lesson for visitors

    Dedicated to preserving and showcasing vintage aircraft, The Olympic Flight Museum is a non-profit organization that opened in 1998.

  • How to connect with your voice in Olympia

    We went to Olympia to try to figure out how you can actually talk with your voice in the state’s capital, but first things first, we had to do a little Google search to discover who that person even is.

  • Spring arrives early at the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival

    SEATTLE — Spring arrives a month early at the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival. The smell of fresh flowers, herbs, and gardens fills the Washington State Convention Center through Sunday, February 24th. Over 20 stunning displays, thousands of blooming flowers and a countless number of presentations from experts will help guide the most advanced gardeners as well as those hoping to bring a little greenery to their small patio spaces and everyone in between. Some of our favorite picks include […]

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