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    How to tailgate in Seattle, even if you’re not going to the game

    Heritage Distilling SPONSORED — Being home is only a figure of speech when it comes to football. That’s because being at home is one way to watch the game and not necessarily the best way at that. Seattle’s home-field advantage has been years in the making, and you don’t have to be in the stadium […]
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    5 things you should know about post-summer equity markets

    With fall upon us, many investors are expressing concern about the direction of U.S. equity markets. After what many consider a rough summer, it’s easy to be concerned about what lies ahead. Particularly since September has, on average, delivered poor results. That said, October usually brings positive results for investors. Sound confusing? Here are a few things you should know about what the coming months mean for your investments.
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    Hometown Hero: Marty Alexander

    Marty Alexander has a standing Thursday afternoon date; she, along with a group of volunteers, spends several hours a week in stitches — literally. The group, which meets at the Grandstaff Memorial Library on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, makes quilts for children, thanks to Alexander’s key belief: “All kids could use a quilt."
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    Health benefits give coffee lovers more reasons to drink up

    Yes, you read that right. When it comes to reducing the risk of cancer, a new study found that drinking coffee could actually reduce the risk of developing liver cancer. According to the University of Southampton study, “drinking one cup more of coffee a day was associated with a 20 percent reduction in the risk of developing HCC (hepatocellular cancer), two cups more with a 35 percent reduction and up to five cups with halving the risk.”
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    Top food and drink pairings for the perfect tailgate

    Heritage Distilling SPONSORED — A good tailgate is a delicate balance between food and drink. Think of food as the anchor, the foundation that keeps you from getting too carried away while the drinks are the perfect accelerant for game-day enthusiasm. Here’s our playbook for achieving that balance with three classic pairings followed by a […]
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    5 cool things to do this fall in Seattle

    Whale Watching with Puget Sound Express SPONSORED — There’s nothing quite like a beautiful summer day in the Pacific Northwest, but when the days grow shorter and the weather gets nippy, there’s still plenty to see and do in Seattle. In fact, with fewer crowds and plenty of autumn-inspired festivals, events and activities, the coming […]
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    7 ways to save during back-to-school season

    Washington Federal Green Checking SPONSORED –Getting young students ready for school doesn’t just take a lot of work, it also takes a lot of money. In fact, if you’re like most people, you’ll probably spend around $500 per child. Where does all the money go? School supplies and new clothes account for the biggest chunk […]
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    4 reasons to spend fall and winter in Anacortes

    Visit Anacortes SPONSORED –With the spectacular beauty of Fidalgo Island and its convenient, central location, visiting Anacortes during the beautiful summer months is a no-brainer. But as days start growing longer and temperatures cool, the charming port town brings even more to the table. In fact, with an exciting lineup of events in the coming […]
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    5 things to consider when shopping for a new mattress

    Bedrooms and More SPONSORED — There aren’t many things you’d be willing to spend one-third of your life doing, but sleeping is one of them. And with the average adult requiring 7-9 hours of sleep per day (according to the National Sleep Foundation), you’d better like what you’re sleeping on. If you’re in the market […]
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    4 dangerous Washington hikes and how to get there

    Shuttle Express Book a hiking trip SPONSORED — From rainforests to mountains to lakes, rivers and grassy meadows, it’s no wonder Washington is a hiker’s paradise. In fact, according to Washington Trail Association’s hiking guide, the state is home to nearly 3,400 trails, any of which might offer some fresh air, spectacular scenery and a […]