Kids, Pets & Family

Life & Style Get ready to squee: Woodland Park Zoo has a new porcupette Get ready to squee: Woodland Park Zoo has a new porcupette(Photo Gallery)
Today, the Woodland Park Zoo ruined productivity in the greater Seattle area by announcing the birth of their newest adorable baby animal, the porcupette, which is a real word and one that you must now use every single day for the rest of your life. They announced the birth with the following photos, which are incredible.
Life & Style Surprise! It may be cheaper to eat out than to cook at home Surprise! It may be cheaper to eat out than to cook at home
Contrary to what conventional wisdom has traditionally preached, the rising cost of food in supermarkets (and the myriad cut-rate dining options available) may have turned the tables when it comes to feeding your family on the cheap. According to a recent report, eating out can actually be less expensive than shopping for groceries and cooking at home.
Life & Style Everything you know is a lie: Science debunks these dating myths Everything you know is a lie: Science debunks these dating myths
Online dating is for losers and weirdos. Living together makes for a better marriage. Women are the illogical, emotional ones. These are basically known facts, correct? Apparently not, according to a recent piece of Cracked, which dug up scientitific evidence to prove several dating myths dead wrong.
Life & Style Marymoor announces their summer Concerts in the Park lineup Marymoor announces their summer Concerts in the Park lineup
Concerts at Marymoor Park's 5000-capacity outdoor venue are a beloved King County tradition, bringing some of the biggest acts in music both past and present to the Northwest -- and this year is no exception. This morning, Marymoor and concert promoter AEG announced the first wave of acts, including names like the Lumineers and Willie Nelson.
Life & Style VIDEO: How to toss a fish like the guys at Pike Place VIDEO: How to toss a fish like the guys at Pike Place(Video)
If you're ever trying to get through Pike Place in a hurry (why are you trying to get through Pike Place in a hurry? That was a silly idea), the crowds that gather around the guys in waders lobbing fish can get a little irritating. But those guys are not only a Seattle institution -- they're also really skilled! In this video, you get to learn how they manage to make their mark almost every time.

And, if you're like me and never actually knew what they were saying, you'll also learn what all the hollering actually means. Enjoy!