Wauters scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Bird scored 14, along with five assists and four rebounds for the Storm (5-7). The Storm beat the Mystics 72 – 55.
In a three-way battle of perfect marks, David Boudia outdid Nick McCrory and Thomas Finchum to lead the 10-meter platform semifinals at the U.S. diving trials on Tuesday night.
From Kids’ Day to Strawberries, Pride Festival to Highland Games, with art and car shows in between, you have your pick on where to go and what to do around the Sound this weekend!
Colored jeans, nautical stripes, neon colors – this year’s fashion trends are fun, bright and sporty. But for foster children who often enter foster care with just the clothes on their back, getting dressed and ready to tackle the day isn’t always easy breezy. Help local foster kids on June 24, and Wild Waves will help you enjoy the day at their Theme Park!
Whether you want to be bare and brave with the Fremont Solstice cyclists, take a tour of the beautiful Northwest on a bike, or get the kids out with their training wheels for Bicycle Sunday, there are some great bicycle events in Puget Sound during June!
It’s the 41st annual Fremont Fair, celebrating all the fun and funkiness of the Summer Solstice! Join in over Father’s Day weekend, and don’t for get the Solstice Trail Run, Skandia Midsommarfest, Orcas Island Solstice Celebration or Astrological Reading to fill your month of June with activities!
TJX, the parent company of stores like TJ Maxx and Marshalls, are planning to open two of their newest HomeGoods stores in Lynwood, WA and Federal Way, WA.
To kick off Pride Week, there are a lot of activities in Seattle that will have you kicking up your heels, enjoying artwork, and getting closer to the Almighty. Take your pick!
Coming June 24-26, Point Defiance Park in Tacoma will be transformed into an amazing venue of sights, smells and sounds. Come taste the biggest variety of ethnic cuisine as well as the all-American favorites under nearly 50 tents!