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It's not always like a scene out of "Footloose," where angry townspeople are burning piles of books they deem inappropriate. But whether you know it or not, books are still frequently challenged and subsequently banned across the country for content that some people find objectionable, despite an author's freedom of speech. View the photo gallery >
The Smithsonian has proclaimed Saturday, September 27 Museum Day, and there is only one proper way to spend it: Checking out the unique museums in and around the Seattle area. But it's not all Monet and Van Gogh. These are some of the more unique items you can find as you start to explore the art and history Seattle has to offer. View the photo gallery >
OK angry drivers - lay off your horns and listen for a second. Pedestrians have the right-of-way almost all the time. When one steps out into the crosswalk, not only should you let them get safely cross the street, (which of course you do), you also shouldn't get mad at them for making you late. View the photo gallery >
Germany may be the home of Oktoberfest, but you don't have to leave your backyard to get a taste. Whether you're in Fremont, Kirkland, Renton or Leavenworth, these are 10 people you will definitely find at Oktoberfest. View the photo gallery >
Polish your putter and shine your ball, it's Miniature Golf Day on September 21. But where can you celebrate such a fantastic holiday? Right here, at one of these seven putt-putt courses. (And watch out for the windmill.) View the photo gallery >
The times they are a-changing, or at least the seasons are. The Puget Sound is expected to have at least one more warm weekend left, but as the days get shorter and we prepare for winter, make sure you have these weather terms in your Washington-ready vernacular. View the photo gallery >
There is a belief that's powerful in the Northwest: The belief that Bigfoot exists. While some doubt that such a creature roams the wilderness of Washington, witnesses who have seen, heard and in many cases, smelled a Bigfoot, would tell you differently. View the photo gallery >