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Not All Emergencies Need a 911 Call – “Sunday Political Brunch” - February 17, 2019—Not All Emergencies Need a 911 Call –…

Seahawks’ Draft Prospects – Wide Receivers—Seahawks’ Draft Prospects – Wide Receivers

Anatomy Of A GOAT: Championships, Context, And David Foster Wallace’s ‘String Theory’—Anatomy Of A GOAT: Championships, Context, And David…

Fit for Life: Til Death do us Part—Fit for Life: Til Death do us Part

Can The Alliance Of American Football Find More Success Than The XFL?—Can The Alliance Of American Football Find More…

5 Questions On NBA All-Star Weekend Answered!—5 Questions On NBA All-Star Weekend Answered!

NEW: Trump to Declare National Emergency to Get More Money for Border Wall—NEW: Trump to Declare National Emergency to Get…

Portland Ranked 4th Healthiest City in U.S.—Portland Ranked 4th Healthiest City in U.S.

The “State of the Onion Address” in Review - Sunday Political Brunch February 10, 2019—The "State of the Onion Address" in Review…

Checking In On Seattle’s Arena Situation—Checking In On Seattle’s Arena Situation

 
 
 
 

Politics

Not All Emergencies Need a 911 Call – “Sunday Political Brunch” - February 17, 2019

Mark Curtis

President Trump has declared a national emergency at the Southern Border with Mexico. This after the House of… Read More

 

Sports

Seahawks’ Draft Prospects – Wide Receivers

This is the continuation of my series on who the Seattle Seahawks should target in the NFL Draft. I looked at some of the… Read More

 

Sports

Anatomy Of A GOAT: Championships, Context, And David Foster Wallace’s ‘String Theory’

Tom Brady

With another Super Bowl title for Tom Brady, and the New England Patriots drifting into the rear view, NFL pundits will… Read More

 

Sports

Can The Alliance Of American Football Find More Success Than The XFL?

The Alliance of American Football (AAF) had a successful opening weekend, but I can’t help but remember how 18 years… Read More

 

Sports

5 Questions On NBA All-Star Weekend Answered!

Well dear readers, you’ve been waiting all year (all two-ish months of it) and the time is finally here… Read More

 

News

NEW: Trump to Declare National Emergency to Get More Money for Border Wall

President Donald Trump will take an “executive action” and declare a national emergency to secure more money for… Read More

 

News

Portland Ranked 4th Healthiest City in U.S.

Portland is one of the healthiest cities in the U.S.

 

Politics

The “State of the Onion Address” in Review - Sunday Political Brunch February 10, 2019

Mark Curtis

Okay, time for true confessions of a news reporter. I never learned to type. I’ve been in the media 42 years and am… Read More

 

Sports

Checking In On Seattle’s Arena Situation

PHOTO: Oak View Group

Ever heard the phrase “town and gown,” as in the divide that exists when a college is located in the middle of a… Read More

 

Sports

Seahawks’ Offseason Primer – What Should We Make Of The Wide Receivers?

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett was one of the NFL’s breakout stars in 2018. The Seahawks may have a… Read More

 

Sports

Bandon Dunes Selected In World’s Top 20 Golf Courses According To Golfscape

golfscape has been working with the expertise of industry leaders to put together our first World’s Top 100 Golf… Read More

 

Sports

Seahawks Off-Season Primer – All Set In The Backfield

When the Seattle Seahawks went to the Super Bowl in 2013 and 2014 they had the reliable combination of Marshawn Lynch and… Read More

 

Politics

The Calm Before the Next Political Storm - Sunday Political Brunch - February 3, 2019

Mark Curtis

Do the math! Last Friday President Trump signed a deal to re-open the partial government shutdown for three weeks. Well one… Read More

 

Sports

5 Players The Seattle Seahawks Need To Re-Sign In 2019

There are always many changes to an NFL team over the offseason. This offseason is no different for the Seattle Seahawks.

 

Sports

Asking The Tough Question Ahead Of The Super Bowl – Is Football All It’s Cracked Up To Be?

Super Bowl Sunday is nearly upon us—the biggest sporting event in the U.S.A. For many fans around the world, this is… Read More

 

Sports

Winterhawks Hail To Chiefs & The Worst Kept Secret Revealed To No One’s Surprise

Following this game in Spokane, two games against both a BC Division and US Division will take place this weekend.

 

Business

U.S. Economy Adds 304K Jobs in January

The United States economy saw its biggest job increase in nearly a year, added 304,000 new jobs during the month of… Read More

 

Politics

Wall Street Tells You All You Need To Know About The Democratic Primary So Far

The Democratic primary for president is heating up, and, early Monday morning, Politico‘s Ben White gave us… Read More

 

Politics

Everyone’s Jumping in the Presidential Hot Tub - Sunday Political Brunch January 27, 2019

Mark Curtis

We suddenly have several Democrats announcing bids for the White House in 2020, including a couple of folks I know. Others… Read More

 

Sports

Important NFL Offseason Dates And How They Impact The Seattle Seahawks

The NFL offseason is here for the 30 teams that did not make it to the Super Bowl. The Seattle Seahawks are unfortunately… Read More

 

Sports

Encouraging Signs For The Baseball Hall Of Fame

Yes, Edgar Martinez finally got voted into the Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association on his 10th and final year of… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life: Til Death do us Part

I am writing this article based on emotions. Mixed emotions. Not knowing exactly how to feel, emotions.

 

Lifestyle

See Where Oregon Ranks Among Best States for Singles

Are you single and wondering if Rhode Island is a good place to meet your significant other? According to a recent study… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life: A Great Lesson from 4th Graders

I was at a middle school dance recital last week and I saw an interesting acronym for the word “THINK”. It went… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life: Avoid Complications. Simplify

I am about 1/2 way through a book called “The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore” and on the cover of the… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life: A Tribute to the Greatest Generation

On January 2, 2019, I said farewell to a great man I once had the pleasure of working with many years ago. He was the father… Read More

 
 
 

Lifestyle

Goal Setting For Runners

We are a week into the new year and by now most of us have set goals for ourselves. Some of us have signed up for the gym,… Read More

 

Health

Health Myths We Believe But Shouldn’t

When it comes to health advice, there’s a lot of information floating around on how to take care of your body. To make… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life: Lessons from Scrooge

I have been to see A Christmas Carol on Christmas Eve for the past 4 years and I love the tradition. I love it because it… Read More

 

Health

8 Great Produce Picks That Lower Blood Pressure

This article has a short list of eight veggies that will lower blood pressure. Please take the time to read the sources used… Read More

 

Health

Children’s Health – What We Need To Know

According to Ohio University, “Children in the US may not be facing the kinds of afflictions that kids in less… Read More

 

Health

Moderation – The Key To Long-Term Weight Loss

Weight-loss. It’s one of the most frustrating things Americans deal with, yet it is becoming a more and more… Read More

 

Health

Weiss: Those Taking Care of Persons with Dementia Have Unique Needs

Being a caregiver 24/7 to a person in relatively good health is a tough job.  But, caring for someone with dementia,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Stretching – Super Lame Or Super Underrated?

I remember being in college, running on the treadmill, working out, and stretching afterward, sometimes for up to 30… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life: Grateful or Cynical

When you spend time with an elderly person you get a lot of insight on life on many levels. Some are old and wise, some… Read More

 

Health

The Importance Of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is one of the many things that our body needs to function properly on a day-to-day basis. In fact, vitamin D has… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Portland Ranked 4th Best City for Singles

Portland is the 4th best city for singles

Single and looking for a potential soulmate in Portland? According to a recent study completed by WalletHub, Portland… Read More

 

Health

These Are The 8 Benefits Of Tea (& Top 8 Teas) You Need To Know About

Whenever our cells use oxygen, they start to generate free radicals. These free radicals will result in cellular damage,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life: Where Are YOU Today?

Last week I heard a quote from an old Sopranos episode that resonated with me. He was sitting at dinner with Pauly,… Read More

 

Food

Portland Ranked as Best Foodie City in Country

The City of Portland is ranked as the best foodie city in the country, according to a recent study completed by WalletHub.

 

Health

The Importance Of The Pre-Race Taper

The mighty, and dreaded, taper. We all know it’s in our best interest to lessen our mileage and increase rest prior to… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit For Life: Dealing With Life’s Issues

I am not writing this article as a motivator, team leader, coach, trainer, business owner, or any of the other hat I wear.… Read More

 

Health

The Total Self – Mentality – How To Improve Your Mental Toughness

For those of you who follow this site (and read any of my “The Total Self” entries), you do know I am always… Read More

 

Health

You CAN Stop Emotional Eating – Here’s How

Emotional eating is a very real problem in America today. When you are experiencing work stress, relationship clashes,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

King Portland Farmers Market Announces Upcoming Classes

King Portland Farmers Market

King Portland Farmers Market is hosting registration for three classes coming this summer. The classes are Fresh… Read More

 

Health

Gardening For Health

Gardening not only produces delicious fruits and veggies and gorgeous flowers, but also a healthy body and mind.

 

Health

Weiss: AARP Gives Us a Snapshot of the Millennial Caregiver

AARP’s latest caregiver report places the spotlight on the Millennial generation, those born between 1980 and 1996,… Read More

 

Health

Weiss: A Storm Cloud Looms Over Older Americans Month

Two years after President John F. Kennedy had formally designated May as “Senior Citizens Month” at a meeting of… Read More

 
 
 
 
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