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Blood Red Valentines Day

Emily Wurdeman, Reporter

February 20, 2018

Filed under Around Town

Valentine's Day is known around the country, and even the world, and the most romantic day of the year, people are given gifts such as chocolate, candy and flowers.. Despite its popularity, very few people know the true origins...

Seattle’s Small Town Soul is Revealed at the Volunteer Park Cafe.

Ellie Schober, Reporter

February 20, 2018

Filed under Around Town

The Volunteer Park Café is a delicious restaurant that gives their patrons the feeling of a small town diner in the heart of a bustling Capitol Hill neighborhood. I was lucky enough to check out this café two weekends in...

This Restaurant isn’t JV: Varsity Café Delivers a Delicious Dish

Gigi Gallaudet, Reporter

February 15, 2018

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The Varsity Café serves up a hearty portion for the whole neighborhood. After a big night at Bishop Blanchet’s 2018 Winter Ball, a few friends and I were fiending for some comfort food the next morning. We had heard gre...

New Movie I Tonya Shows The World The Crazy Story of Tonya Harding’s Life

Allie Boyle, Reporter

February 13, 2018

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When I first decided to go see I Tonya I was not too excited to be honest. Truthfully I had never heard the name Tonya Harding or who she was. Even though at first I had no idea what the movie was about, it pulled me in right awa...

Hawaiians Refuse to Stay Quiet

Emily Wurdeman, Reporter

February 8, 2018

Filed under Around Town

Hawaii is the only state in the United States of America that has its own official language. In 1978, Hawaiian became the official language of the state of Hawai’i, and has remained so ever since. The Hawaii Supreme Court st...

Not All Flu Seasons are Created equally

Ellie Schober, Reporter

February 6, 2018

Filed under Around Town

We are in the midst of one of the worst flu seasons in the past 15 years with school closings, hospitals resorting to tents to account for the mass amounts of patients, and several people dead. So just what makes this flu season...

Niko’s Gyros Adds Flavor to Magnolia

Derek Loen, Reporter

January 30, 2018

Filed under Around Town

If you’re looking for exquisite traditional Greek dishes, a quaint and comfortable restaurant, or even a cheap meal to-go, Niko’s Gyros is the place.   Everyone in Magnolia knows about Niko’s. It’s a staple for a...

Battlefront II Proves to be a Step in the Right Direction

Chris Salvador, reporter

January 30, 2018

Filed under Around Town

Battlefront II was one of, if not the most anticipated game of 2017. The game proved to be an improvement from the first game, but has some drawbacks. The video game came with big hype with its set release date of November 17, 2017. The first B...

The Big Sick is Sure to Delight

Ellie Schober, Reporter

January 29, 2018

Filed under Around Town

The Big Sick is a simple, heartwarming, and unadulterated story of the relationship between the son of two Muslim Pakistani parents and a white American girl. In this true story, the personable characters draw you in from the moment the fil...

Something to Move the Soul: A Handmaid’s Tale

Samantha Zink, Reporter

January 28, 2018

Filed under Around Town

A Handmaid’s Tale, which aired recently on Hulu ,is based after the best selling book by Margaret Atwood, and has received many awards for its fantastic adaption of one of America’s most loved dystopian novels. The Handma...

Meet the Moon is Out Of This World!

Rachel Willison, Reporter

January 22, 2018

Filed under Around Town

On Thursday, January 11, Meet the Moon was filled to the brim with people young and old, looking to enjoy some American Fare in the heart of Leschi. Meet the Moon is a new, up-and-coming restaurant offering New American eats...

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