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Tuesday, December 17, 2013
- How Seahawks placekicker Steven Hauschka stays calm under pressure
Seahawks fans should be thankful that some of Steven Hauschka's roommates in college were football players. He had played soccer and lacrosse, but not football until his sophomore year of college. He was a walk-on player who thought, "How difficult could it be to kick a football?"
- Masterminds and Wingmen - the complicated emotional lives of teen boys
Although they're more subtle about it than girls, teen boys have complicated emotional lives. They're trying to pass locker-room tests and navigate a school-yard hierarchy that most parents don't understand.
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
- Raible: 2013 Seahawks are better than the 2005 Super Bowl Hawks
A man who's had one of the best seats in the house for every Seahawks game since 1982 believes our current Seahawk team is "without question" better than the 2005 Hawks who played in the Super Bowl.
Friday, December 6, 2013
- Husky football star Austin Seferian-Jenkins talks about his DUI arrest and day in jail
Calling it an 'extremely humbling experience,' star Husky football athlete Austin Seferian-Jenkins discussed his DUI arrest publicly for the first time.
Monday, November 25, 2013
- Hatching Twitter - a story of backstabbing and betrayal
The title of Nick Bilton's new book says it all. The New York Times columnist has written a compelling book about Ev, Jack, Biz, and Noah - the four founders who came up with Twitter. Their friendship split just like an egg cracking open.
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
- One thing is the ultimate advantage at work, according to the UW
For years UW has had competitive degrees which admit a limited number of students, and now the competition gets stiffer for entrepreneurs.
Monday, October 21, 2013
- Is Jeff Bezos a ruthless ruler of his employees? New book explores the start of Amazon.com
Amazon.com can be a confrontational, challenging place to work because of its CEO, who's described as being "ruthless."
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
- New video features faith of Seahawk Russell Wilson and other players
As the Seattle Seahawks get ready for a prime-time game Thursday night, think about all the things it takes to create our division-leading team with a 5 and 1 record. Now, add prayer to that list.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
- Ann Rule on the bad guys and gals of her new true-crime book
Two murders on Whidbey Island, 50 years apart, are the subject of true-crime author Ann Rule's new book which will likely become her 34th New York Times Bestseller.
Monday, October 7, 2013
- Sandy Hook teachers seek help from Seattle program
Parents and teachers in Newtown, Connecticut are reaching for help from a Seattle program that could help Sandy Hook Elementary students whose nightmares persist.
- Pirate Joe's comes out a winner versus Trader Joe's
A Canadian store owner who makes a living out of reselling supplies from Trader Joe's has won his legal battle against the grocery chain. Audio courtesy CBC.
Friday, October 4, 2013
- The truth behind the cardboard signs of Seattle's panhandlers
You see them on the side of the road holding cardboard signs and panhandling for money. Now, a new film looks at who they are and if they're telling the truth.
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
- Seattle gamer introduces social, competitive reading for kids
A Seattle man thinks he's found a more engaging way for dyslexic kids to read through a new app that combines eBooks with video games.
Thursday, September 26, 2013
- Largest UW freshman class in history is the first class of iStudents
The UW's president says every student enrolled this year is an international student. Technically about 12 percent of the university population is from another country, but he wants students to think of themselves as iStudents.
Friday, September 20, 2013
- When kids go off to college, it is time for parents to grow up
The University of Washington has the largest freshman class in its history and my daughter was one of the thousands of new students moving into the dorms. There's no reason for me to cry as she leaves for college. But, I did.