Microsoft’s Xbox One is an imposing presence when it docks in your living room, ready for business and some serious entertainment. It’s like an aircraft carrier poised to launch all manner of games in a looming, decadelong battle with Sony’s PlayStation 4 and a dozen other platform
Philip Dickey named his band Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin by accident, and he said it’s one of the best and worst ideas he’s ever had. On one hand, the name is a mouthful and it has engendered its share of detractors.Yet it’s also memorable and even earned them a weeklong
The Huskies flew to New York Tuesday afternoon and landed in the Big Apple some time around midnight. They’ll practice today and will have about 42 hours to get adjusted to the east coast. Thursday’s 6 p.m. PST game against Indiana at Madison Square Garden will be the sixth time Washingt
Facing critical issues in the Seattle Police Department, Mayor-elect Ed Murray today named a former federal official to advise him on law enforcement and public-safety matters during the transition. Bernard K. Melekian, president of The Paratus Group, a law enforcement consulting company based in Sa
Cyler Miles has taken all the practice reps with Washington’s No. 1 offense in practice this week, and the Huskies (6-4, 3-4) continue to prepare as if the redshirt freshman quarterback will be the starter against Oregon State (6-4, 4-3) Saturday night in Corvallis. Keith Price hasn’t co
The Pacific Northwet monsoon months are museum season. When cold rains dampen your weekend getaway, step inside to a world of interest and information. Here are five great little museums worth a stop on a Western Washington road trip: Suquamish Museum, Suquamish, Kitsap County This sparkling museum
Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence is deemed Hollywood’s “normal” girl, which contributes to her demand. She returns to the role of Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” opening Thursday night, Nov. 28, 2013, in several Seattle-area theaters.