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  • Tukwila named most dangerous city... Really?
    Tukwila named most dangerous city... and each person spends $105,000 shopping?
    Tukwila, Washington, was named most dangerous city in America, but why did this city beat out crime riddled cities like Detroit, Chicago, New Haven and other larger metropolitan areas? Tukwila, a city many may not have ever heard of, was crowned...
  • Tukwila named most dangerous US city: List of top 30, crime map of your street
    Tukwila named most dangerous US city: List of top 30, crime map of your street
    Tukwila in Washington has been named the most dangerous city in the United States, and an amazing map lets you see what crimes are going on in your area or on your street. Tukwila was named number one on the list of America’s most dangerous...
  • Chihuly's the Crystal Towers
    Getaway to Tacoma Washington: 5 places to experience the beauty of art glass
    Tacoma, you may not realize, is one of the hottest destinations for studio art glass lovers. Many see Tacoma as a port city with the grey Tacoma Dome as its most recognizable landmark. But I now know differently. Tacoma is colorful and vibrant and...
  • Mt St Helens
    Mount St. Helens struck by over a hundred mini earthquakes
    Over the past few weeks, Mount St. Helens has been experienced over a hundred tiny earthquakes just beneath the surface. Researchers say that there is nothing to worry about, as “there is absolutely no sign that it will erupt anytime soon,...
  • Purse and Shoe by artist Lisa Rhoades
    Artsy Anacortes Washington: First Friday Gallery Walk and more
    The Fidalgo Island town of Anacortes makes for an easy getaway to a place with amazing views, farm to table cuisine and both public and gallery art.We came in to town after a stay in Tacoma enjoying the glass art scene. So we were in a visual...
  • DC Darling
    Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel opens in DC
    Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel officially opened today, becoming the only hotel located on the 14th Street corridor in downtown Washington, D.C. Joined by District officials, guests and partners, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants executives cut the...
  • The American Odyssey Relay 2016
    The American Odyssey Relay 2016
    If you’re still pumped up on racing last week’s North-South Marathon, you may be interested to learn of another upcoming running event. It’s the American Odyssey Relay, and it’s happening April 29 and 30. A two-day running...
  • The 4th annual USA science and engineering festival
    The 4th annual USA science and engineering festival
    From April 16-17, the 4th Annual USA Science and Engineering Festival took place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The event, founded and hosted by Lockheed Martin was designed to inspire the next generation of...
  • Paul McCartney
    McCartney One On One Tour keeps growing and growing: two more U.S. shows added
    The Paul McCartney One On One Tour, which is expanding with new shows almost daily, announced this week it has added on two more U.S. dates. The most recent addition of the tour by the former Beatle, which was announced in a press release on April...
  • Washington unions to challenge charter school law
    Washington unions to challenge charter school law
    The largest teachers’ union in Washington state announced Thursday it plans to challenge the legality of a law passed days earlier that legalized charter schools in Washington by establishing a new way to fund them, after the state Supreme...
  • Washington patients escape: One captured the other at large is dangerous
    Washington patients escape: One caught, manhunt on for dangerous 28-year-old
    Concerns grow with every passing minute that one of the escaped Washington patients is still at large today. On Wednesday two patients escaped from a psychiatric hospital and they were deemed “dangerous” by Washington officials.The...
  • The Next Whisky Bar
    Jack Rose Dining Saloon: DC's Great Whisky Bar
    “Well, show me the way. To the next whisky bar.’’- The DoorsWashington, D.C., over the past 200-plus years has been many things to many people. But what the nation’s capital always has been is a refuge for whisky and whisky...
  • Cherry blossoms in full bloom near Tidal Basin
    Blooming cherry trees in nation's capital serve as natural monument
    The cherry blossom trees that surround the Tidal Basin and dot the National Mall were in peak bloom on Friday, and thousands of visitors strolled on the paths around the Jefferson Memorial and Washington Monument. The flowering pale pink and white...
  • RV resorts at Ocean Shores, Washington
    RV resorts at Ocean Shores, Washington
    Ocean Shores is a seaside city that sits along Washington's central coast. One of its biggest draws is a 6-mile stretch of sandy beach, where visitors can swim, build sandcastles, fly kites or stroll at their leisure. Recreational vehicle...
  • Digging for Razor Clams on Long Beach
    Long Beach Washington Razor Clam Festival slated for April 9 and 10
    The annualRazor Clam Festival is April 9-10, 2016, so start planning your "clam-tastic" beach getaway now! This iconic Long Beach Peninsula event features clam digging lessons, clam chowder and clam fritter competitions, live music and...
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