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Jim Curtis and Mark Gorman are two of many veteran advocates on the Eastside.
WWII veterans Morten Joslin and Nick Nichols share their stories.
The Day of the Dead event celebrates the lives of departed loved ones.
Students from Redmond place in competition.
Two more students were recognized as national commended students.
It is possible to train yourself to exercise as part of who you are.
The Nokomis club celebrates their 110th Anniversary.
Hopelink raised about $1.15 million at the annual fundraiser.
Planting events will take place at numerous park sites on Oct. 26.
Family-friendly seasonal events throughout the Eastside.
The Nightmare at Beaver Lake is back. Experience one of the Northwest’s premier indoor/outdoor haunts. From Oct. 11 through Oct. 31, take a scary stroll… Continue reading
Nearly 30 professional wrestlers came to Max Shegnagaev’s 10th birthday.
Eastside Catholic announces National Merit Scholarship semifinalists.
Deepmala will be Oct. 20 at Eastside Bahá’í Center.
A monthly column by an Eastside naturopathic doctor.
Goddard preschoolers participated in 12th annual preschooler-approved toy test.
This year’s food drive will be held Sept. 21-22 at the Bella Bottega QFC.
The goal is for the tournament to be listed in the Guinness Book of World Record as the first world’s largest digital memory game.
Eastside Welcoming Week to take place Sept. 13-22.
Are salmon doomed? Nick Bond will examine this question.