by John A. Huguley – Freelance Writer
Since the 1970’s, The Port of Tacoma has embraced diversity in the workplace by employing talented job applicants from multicultural backgrounds as well as … Read Full Article
Debt collection abuses rank first in the type of complaints filed by Washington State military servicemembers to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and second for all consumers in the state. A new Center for Responsible Lending (CRL) report may help … Read Full Article
Seattle Parks and Recreation will host a free job fair for LGBTQ youth and allies on Saturday, March 30, 2019 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Miller Community Center (330 19th Ave. E). Youth of all ages are welcome to attend and there will be many employment opportunities … Read Full Article
It’s time for Spring Clean, Seattle’s annual community cleanup program supported by Seattle Public Utilities.
Spring Clean, now in its 33rd year, runs from April 1 through May 31. During this time, Seattle residents—neighbors, volunteer groups, community … Read Full Article
Seattle City Council recently approved the landmark designation ordinance for the Broad Street Substation located in the Cascade neighborhood. This facility joins the more than 400 landmarks in the city that contribute to the cultural and … Read Full Article
Members of the Seattle Renters’ Commission have issued a statement urging the City of Seattle to move forward with the plan to build 238 units of affordable housing at Fort Lawton as quickly as possible.
“Affordability is the single largest issue that renters … Read Full Article
Mt. Hood Meadows Presents “SpringSational” Late Season Events
February’s ten feet of snow has given Mt. Hood Meadows one of the deepest snowpacks in North America. With a 176 inch mid-mountain base, Meadows heads into Spring with great conditions and a … Read Full Article
Congressman Adam Smith (WA-09) released the following statement in support of H.J.Res 46 to terminate President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the southern border:
“The vote today to terminate President Trump’s unlawful national … Read Full Article
Edgar Martinez for being elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame:
We salute Edgar Martinez on his election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Having watched his entire career in Seattle, I thank Hall of Fame voters for this much-deserved … Read Full Article
For many kids, organized sports aren’t much fun anymore.
Overbearing parents, over-the-top coaches and overzealous competition are frequent images associated with youth-athletic leagues today. Though playing ball often used to embody the enjoyment of being … Read Full Article
A Washington state lawmaker is proposing legislation that would allow the state's college athletes to get paid. Republican state Rep. Drew Stokesbary has pre-filed a bill that essentially would allow collegiate athletes to earn an income or be financially … Read Full Article
TACOMA LITTLE THEATRE’S ‘OFF THE SHELF’ PRESENTS THE REVOLUTIONISTS
Tacoma Little Theatre's Off the Shelf program is excited to present Lauren Gunderson’s, The Revolutionists, directed by Jennifer York and featuring a powerhouse of Tacoma actors. This … Read Full Article
This summer two Hilltop Artist students (Ellye and MiShawn) will travel to Biot, France for 3 weeks to study with master glassblower Antoine Pierini. In return, we will host a glassblowing student from Biot during our
Summer Glass Arts Program.
To inspire … Read Full Article
Saturday, Sept. 21 7:30 pm Doors open at 6:00 pm
Online Only Presale
Pre-sale starts Wednesday, March 6 at 10 am and ends Saturday, March 9 at 10 am.
Tickets go on sale to the general public Saturday, March 9 at 10 am.
To get the pre-sale … Read Full Article
World Premiere Theatrical Adaptation
of Seattle Author Tom Robbins’ Classic Novel
Join the party at Café Nordo’s Culinarium!
Don your Mardi Gras beads and indulge your senses through story, food, music, and song
Café Nordo is proud … Read Full Article
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: THE BURLESQUE ALICE IN WONDERLAND
at The Triple Door
Through The Looking Glass: The Burlesque Alice in Wonderland
Lily Verlaine and Jasper McCann have both gone mad... mad as March … Read Full Article
Frank Fields, Jr. of Seattle and Oklahoma City passed away peacefully in his sleep on January 28, 2019, at age 88, in his home in Renton, Washington. Known for his friendly, open manner and giant smile, Frank was born in Osceola, Arkansas on February 4, 1930 as the only child to the union of Ophelia […]
Please join us for a memorial birthday celebration at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, located at 100 Blaine Avenue NE Renton, WA 98056 on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 12pm. We will meet at the Claim Jumper Restaurant, located 5901 S. 180th St, Tukwila, WA 98188 from 1:30pm – 4pm. Che’ Andre Taylor, affectionately known as “Che’ […]
Celebrating The Life Of Dr. Edna Travis Dr. Travis co-founded New Covenant Pentecostal Tabernacle in Tacoma, Washington, more than 40 years ago, and she has also initiated numerous outreach ministries. New Covenant’s “Feeding Program” has been serving a hot evening meal every day since March 1985. In addition, Dr. Travis maintains monthly ministries at […]
Sunrise Sunset April 17, 1949, December 15, 2018 Cleotha Louise Nairn Myers was born on April 17, 1949, in Nassau, Bahamas to the union of Arthur and Elsie Nairn Sr. She was the eldest of seven children; a natural born leader who knew what she wanted and wasn’t afraid to go get it. As the […]
We celebrate the life of Harice Virginia Phair (Ginger), born on March 5, 1929 in Vienna, Louisiana to George and Willie Ann McNeal. Ginger accepted Jesus as her savior and walked with the Lord for many years. She loved the Lord. The Lord called her home on December 13, 2018. Ginger was raised in Hilly, […]