Regional Community College baseball teams offer accessible games with familiar players for fans and families to enjoy.
Clothes for Kids winter rummage sale Feb. 15-17.
Two entrepreneurs offer innovative approaches to dating in the Puget Sound region.
Family-owned and operated Shoreline business provides care for seniors that's rooted in relationship.
Massage offers more benefits than relaxation.
There's a lot of fun in this little bug all grown up!
Hear Jamie Ford speak about his book Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.
Can goofing off in biology class lead to anything good? It did for Noah Racey.
Think a to-do list means death to a marriage? Think again!
“Love is in the air, everywhere I look around
Love is in the air, every sight and every sound...”
Remember this 1977 disco song by John Paul Young? It was the singer’s only U.S. top 40 hit, but it spent two weeks at No. 1. Oddly enough, I can’t get it out of my head today — maybe because Valentine’s Day is coming!
If you just groaned, consider these reasons to look forward to Feb. 14. First, it’s winter and the color red is bright and cheery; we could all use a bit of that right now. Next, it’s a great excuse to indulge your sweet tooth along with the rest of the world. And finally, we could all use more love, and Valentine’s Day reminds us to do something about that.
The February Journal Magazine offers some great suggestions on how to improve your relationships: Les and Leslie Parrott tell how to liven up your marriage in “Romantic To-Do List”; Shannon Woodward details making a romantic dinner in “A table for two”; Abbey McGee highlights Seattle’s Underdog Sports League as a way of making new friends; and two innovators provide options for meeting compatible singles in “Find the love of your life (or just go out on a date) in 2013.”
Have a great month and let us know how you celebrated the people you love!
Elizabeth Griffin, editor