Must CheerSeahawks Take on the Patriots in Super Bowl XLIXSunday (2/1, 3:30 p.m.) It’s only a few days until the big game, in which the Seahawks will try for their second Super Bowl win. Make your party plans now at one of these Hawk spots.
Our 'Hawks are back in the Super Bowl and yes that's grand, but you know the real reason you're not missing a beat this Sunday: The over-the-top, ad-budget-busting commercials! Some brands are releasing their spots early to create extra hype, while some have had to pull theirs amid controversy (ahem, GoDaddy).
NFL stars Rob Gronkowski and Marshawn Lynch will appear on Conan O'Brien tonight, facing off on O'Brien's "Clueless Gamer" segment (that's my kind of segment!). Catch a preview of the video game action right here (and be amazed as Gronkowski attempts to hawk the drug Lipitor), then watch the full episode tonight on TBS.
Should cyclists who ride across the new floating 520 bridge pay a toll? State Senator Curtis King (R-Yakima) is proposing just that and told King 5 News, "I think it's reasonable to say to a cyclist, if you're going to ride your bike across that bridge, you can help us pay for it." My guess is that cyclists won't be too fond of this idea. What say you, bikers?
For the past decade, scenic designer Jennifer Zeyl has been causing audiences to gasp upon seeing sets she has created for plays at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, Intiman Theatre, On the Boards, ACT and many other local venues. This month, the Stranger Genius Award–winning artist shows her stuff in two very different productions at ACT (acttheatre.org): Chekhov’s classic The Three Sisters (1/20–2/8); and a world-premiere play about a men’s therapy group, Seven Ways to Get There (2/24–3/15).
It's Media Day in Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX. King 5 News is on the scene with live updates from the football frenzy, including some super odd moments like a wedding dress-clad Associated Press reporter's marriage proposal for Tom Brady. Find it all here.
In this bi-monthly Seattlemag.com column, Knute Berger--who writes regularly for Seattle Magazine and Crosscut.com and is a frequent pundit on KUOW--takes an in-depth look at some of the highly topical and sometimes polarizing issues in our city.
When Robbie and his girlfriend Hazel visited Seattle for her 30th birthday, he turned the weekend into one elaborate, phase-by-phase, magic-filled wedding proposal.After consulting with Seattle surprise specialists Guise Guys, Robbie's weeks-in-the-making approach pulled out all the stops: an Uber ride with a soundtrack of Hazel's favorites, dinner with a mini-orchestra serenading them and a street magic show at Seattle Center where the magician finally helped Robbie pop the question. Did she say yes?
New parents have been known to go to great lengths to wangle a much-needed nap for their babies (and themselves): long car rides, pushing the stroller mile after mile...and now, hula classes. Especially if Marcie Mahinakealo Cheung, a longtime dancer and cofounder of the new dance program A Honu World of Hula (ahonuworldofhula.com) has anything to say about it.
This article originally appeared on Avvo.com.Many Americans are looking to slim down and promote overall health and wellness in 2015. Although not a bad goal, health-related resolutions leave consumers vulnerable to the onslaught of fad diets, weight-loss products and flab reducers that infiltrate the market after the holiday season.
If Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch opts to display any obscene gestures during the Super Bowl (AKA, his crotch grab during the playoffs), NFL officials say referees will tack on a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Lynch had previously been fined around $30,000 for his PG-13 gestures.
Long, long ago in 2011, a Huffington Post trends and traffic editor was busy analyzing words and phrases that people were searching on the Internet. This editor would then write posts using that data in order to get them to appear in Google's top-ranked search results.
Roommate ready: At the Super Bowl in Arizona, all players are granted their own hotel rooms, but Russell Wilson prefers not to break tradition. He’ll continue to room with Seahawks running back and fullback Robert Turbin, as he does at all away games during the regular season. “It's not a superstition,” Wilson told MyNorthwest.com. “It's just I believe in great habits.”