Most popular blogs
From brown bags to Russell Wilson's wife, these were the hottest things our bloggers wrote about this year.
The News Chick:
In a way, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson started calling plays when he was in fourth grade. Whenever there was a rainy-day recess and the students had to stay inside, he directed the other kids in play. Continue reading >
The Dori Monson Show:
Public information officers for the City of Seattle were advised they might want to avoid using the terms "brown bag" and "citizen" because some find these words offensive. Continue reading >
comes up with an original song for Seattle Seahawks player Marshawn Lynch. Continue reading >
Ron & Don Show
host Ron Upshaw and producer Libby Denkmann rappelled down a 40-story building. Watch the video. Continue reading >
The Tom and Curley Show
talk to the woman behind the man that all Seahawks fans now hold dear about what it's like being married to the QB. Continue reading >
The David Boze Show:
Introducing "So God made a Democrat," the parody of the hit Superbowl ad "So God made a farmer." Continue reading >
The Dori Monson Show:
The noise from Sunday night's record-setting Seahawks game at CenturyLink Field continued to resonate in San Francisco, and some tender-eared fans were left complaining. Continue reading >
The MyNorthwest Blog:
After the launch of a new at-home Starbucks product. The writers at Saturday Night Live were apparently unimpressed. Not necessarily with the new machine, but with the service at Starbucks in general. Continue reading >
I woke up at 6:30 a.m. By 7:30 a.m. I had Seattle forager and author Langdon Cook in my car. Continue reading >
The Ron & Don Show:
With the government shutdown dragging on, there were worries it could be devastating to the guys made famous by the blockbuster TV show "Deadliest Catch." Continue reading >
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