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Lake Chelan: A growing place for wine-making
State residents always knew about it as a tourism destination, but the wines are drawing people from far away.
Weekend viewing: Northern Lights display
The best chance could be Friday night after 10 p.m.
Savage Love: It's time for you to leave your wife
Dan Savage writes, "There's just one thing you should be trying to convince your wife of right now, SNAP, and it's this: You aren't gonna put up with her abusive bullshit anymore. So go gather your things together—don't forget your balls—and move the hell out."
The view from inside Blue Angels' cockpits
A new video compiled of footage shot inside the fighter jets during this summer's foray over Lake Washington has been released.
A love rekindled more than 60 years later
After meeting at a California marine geology lab, Howard Attebury waited more than 60 years to reconnect with Cynthia Riggs, now a mystery writer. The rest is history.
Burning Man isn't what you think
"This is a city with roads, street signs, with a volunteer force of street gas lamp lighters, with public services like coffee and porta potties and sewer trucks and water trucks to douse the roads, all included in the price of your taxes — er, ticket."
Woman accuses Marshawn Lynch of assault
The Bellevue Police Department says it is investigating Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch for an alleged assault.
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