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Four Eastside authors recommend books for your summer reading list | The Scene

  • Aug 30, 2014 at 6:00AM

Summer is the perfect season for reading, whether you’re on vacation or lounging in the backyard. But with so many books, where do you start?

 

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Timi Gustafson, R.D.

Our Estranged Relationship with Food

Americans feel less assured about the quality of their food than they used to. In a recent survey by Consumer Reports magazine, over 90 percent of respondents said they wanted to know more about what they were eating and would welcome detailed information about food production, including country of origin and genetic modifications. At the...

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How to Take a Vacation From Work Without Actually Leaving (or looking lazy)

I just got back from a holiday with my significant other and as I get ready to take a long weekend with family, I’m thinking about how fortunate I am this year to be taking so much time off.  I realize not everyone has the same opportunity, so I thought I’d share some ways in...

Timi Gustafson, R.D.

It Takes a Town to Be Healthy

How healthy you are, or can hope to be, depends on multiple factors, including where you live. For example, if you call Minneapolis-St. Paul home, you breath cleaner air and will find it easier to exercise outdoors than in most other American metropolitan areas because there are more walk- and bike paths than almost anywhere else. Washington D.C. has the...

Fans exiting Friday’s Seahawks game will avoid four-day SR 99 closure

  • Aug 21, 2014 at 9:10AM

State Route 99 will close for four days starting at 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22, but that shouldn’t worry Seahawks fans. Crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will keep the South Royal Brougham Way and Columbia Street on-ramps to SR 99 open until midnight to allow ticketholders to Friday’s preseason game time to exit the stadium area.

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