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  • Host the perfect BBQ weekend with these tips

    Heritage Distilling SPONSORED — People like to joke that Seattle summers don’t start until July 5. But that’s a filthy lie. Because while our weather isn’t always predictably sunny this time of year, summer is more a state of mind than anything else. A state of mind that starts with Memorial Day weekend, and if […]
  • 4 tips for ‘decking’ your house for summer

    Issaquah Cedar & Lumber SPONSORED — Got a deck, or planning to add one? Understanding how to plan and care for your outdoor spaces is key. With summer around the corner, the time to get going on deck and deck-cleaning projects is now. Here are some tips for building a new space — or optimally […]
  • Surprising news: Seattle is nation’s best metro area to see whales

    Whale Watching with Puget Sound Express SPONSORED — If you’re from the Pacific Northwest, you already know that this little neck of the woods is famous for a lot of reasons: from birthing the grunge movement to making great coffee to setting a backdrop for Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan to fall in love. But […]
  • 5 things you need to know about strokes

    American Stroke Association SPONSORED — Your brain cells are important, and that’s why preventing and promptly treating a stroke is so important. Strokes, which occur when a blood vessel delivering blood and oxygen to the brain gets blocked or ruptures, can cause permanent damage to the parts of the body controlled by the brain cells […]
  • 5 myths your 401(k) fund manager is telling you

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  • The 3 worst mistakes victims make after a bicycle accident

    Davis Law Group Order your FREE Book SPONSORED — Despite being perennially recognized as one of the most bicycle-friendly states in the country, Washington state sees thousands of serious bicycle accidents each year. And because bicyclists aren’t afforded the same physical protection as drivers, many bicycle accident victims suffer serious injuries, resulting in costly medical […]
  • Introducing the WSECU and KIRO Radio Hometown Hero: Chris Quinlan

    NOMINATE your Hometown Hero WSECU SPONSORED — On February 6th, 2018 a Centralia man was rescued from his pickup truck which burst into flames upon being hit by a semi-truck. He received the medical assistance he needed, and was taken from the scene by paramedics. The man was fortunate Seattle Firefighter Chris Quinlan was heading […]
  • Young brain cancer patient treated with innovative therapy

    Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Proton Therapy SPONSORED — For most people, high school is all about Friday night football games, prom dresses, sleepovers and cramming for math tests. For Erin high school also involved MRIs, CT scans— and many visits to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Proton Therapy Center. Now 19, Erin had a high school […]
  • They will survive: perfect building materials for the Pacific Northwest

    Issaquah Cedar & Lumber SPONSORED — Rain and mountains might make the Pacific Northwest a lush, beautiful paradise, but they also present some challenges when you’re trying to find the right building materials. Whether you’re building a home, a shed or any other structure in the Seattle area, you’ll want to know which materials can […]
  • Celebrate the start of baseball season with the perfect day at the ballpark

    Heritage Distilling SPONSORED — Sometimes, the best seat in the house isn’t a seat at all. That’s because there isn’t a better ballpark to walk around than the one in Seattle. That’s true whether it’s strolling around the outfield concourse, looking down on everything from the bullpens to the bar behind the centerfield wall, or […]