The Seattle Sounders FC welcome west coast super rivals LA Galaxy to CenturyLink Field for the first of two July matches against old coaching foe, Bruce Arena. While some may get carried away by a win to a reserve squad, a Sounders team tied for last in the west need to run with any success at this...

#sEATtle: Windy City Pie

I like to eat. A lot. Food is bae. Therefore, I figured I would post reviews of the places I go to give you a little insight and maybe some ideas on where you might want to nom with your friends or special someones. Plus, it gives me an excuse to pig out on Seattle's best eats and not feel bad...
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One Tank Trips: 5 best things to do on Vashon Island

SUPPORTED BY WESTERN WASHINGTON HONDA DEALERS: - - - - - - "One tank of gas will get me to Vashon and back? Why don't I ride my bike?" This is something people sometimes think before they get off the ferry and stare down the two-mile incline and break down in tears on the side of the road a third...
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So, You're in Seattle... Chris Allen

So, You're In Seattle... Chris Allen

There are few things more fun in this business for me than getting to put down the responsibilities and go be part of someone else’s broadcast, see how they operate, and enjoy my line of work through a different set of lenses. When The Seattle Files with Chris Allen host Chris Allen reached out...
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Chris is the host of The Seattle Files podcast. It digs into the history of Seattle and spices up the topics by having local entertainers add their nonsense to the mix. It's a wonderful concept and a fun way to learn about why stuff is called stuff in Seattle.

5 tweets that sum up growing up in Washington

If you're from Washington, at least from the west side of the state, you have had this conversation like this 100 times. PERSON: "Where are you from?" YOU: "Maple Valley (or any small town), Washington" PERSON: "Oh where is that?" YOU: "Seattle. I'm from Seattle." Being from The Evergreen State has...
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Nerd Talk Goes Jupiter Crazy

In one year, NASA got two different craft to visit wildly different planets. First the smallest planet, Pluto - I know it's not a planet, but I'm counting it. Followed yesterday by the the arrival of Juno to gas giant Jupiter. The more homework I did about Jupiter, the more fascinated I became -...
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