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"Far Eastern Overexposure," by Paul Tweiten received this glowing review by Barbara Mims Deming in The U.S. Review of Books: "In July 1995, Paul Tweiten accepts a managerial position with a start-up Russian-American joint venture for logging in a remote area of the Russian Far East.
A few months ago, a major event changed Natasha Huestis' life. On March 22, a mudslide near Oso claimed the lives of her daughter and mother.
The city of Bainbridge Island has hired an expert in growth management to help the city update its comprehensive plan, the expansive policy document that guides growth and development on the island.
Simone Porter, a 17-year-old violin prodigy, at the Colburn School in downtown Los Angeles.
Lobster-red skin, stinging sunburns, and flakey complexions have long been the stuff of retinol-use lore.
Ready for some well-kept secrets from Washington state museums? Journalist and author Harriet Baskas, who researches the closeted collections of museums, will share some of her favorite finds at the Redmond Historical Society's Saturday Speaker Series at 10:30am on September 13th.
Seattle Police and University of Washington police are trying to catch the burglar or burglars who've broken into at least eight homes just north of the university's campus since early August.
The Island Gallery presents Intaglio prints and paintings, recent works from Curt Labitzke, chairman of the printmaking program at the University of Washington School of Art, through Aug. 31. His work is influenced by his extensive travels and reflects a passion for the sensuous quality of Etruscan art, the beauty of the Renaissance, the poetic ... (more)
Students at Washington State University did a double take when they were handed their free planners at their bookstore this week.
Northshore YMCA summer Camp Teens have come one day each week to volunteer in North Creek Forest, from June 26 to Aug. 2. They have donated more than 600 hours of community service.
Climate scientists at the University of Washington have made a major discovery in the keeping-beer-cool department.
The architecture of the company's Federal Way headquarters has been admired from the start.
CDC's new estimates show that there are about 20 million new infections in the United States each year.Just this year new guidance from the CDC suggests the number of treatment-resistant infections to the once curable disease is on the rise.
Gregg Bell joined The News Tribune in July 2014. Bell had been the director of writing for the University of Washington's athletic department for four years.
Douglas Cheok is a Chinese-Malaysian immigrant who cooks affordable East Asian meals by shopping at ethnic grocery stores and using traditional ingredients like garlic, ginger, green onions and tofu.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 09:03 am
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