We have a feeling we'll be seeing a lot of these same faces again today. Just as a reminder, here is what sad Broncos looked like during the 2014 Superbowl game.
Last night Will Ferrell and his old friend Craig Pollard took the stage at the University of Washington's Meany Hall to chat about cancer, college and obviously - Will Ferrell.
After having his messenger bag stolen in 2003, Eli Reich turned lemons into lemonade by creating his first messenger bag out of old bike tire tubes he had in his home. Within a few years Eli had turned this one creation into an entire company and manufacting facility and was saving tubes from landfills across the country.
You might be wearing blue and green today, but unless you have 10 siblings who are dressed to match, Satya the Golden Retriever and her family have you beat.
A very important question, we know. We asked David Shipman, real life Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Ringmaster of the Super Circus Heroes show performing in Everett this week, and Kent next.
Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll joined some of his players and A Better Seattle (ABS) workers today to play Guest Barista at a Starbucks in Renton.
You won't find cell phones and iPads in the backpacks of students at the Seattle Waldorf High School. Instead these kids are encouraged to use their imagination, artistic ability and intellect to navigate the world of high school.
Holly Shelvock and Sean Schuhrieman of Sultan, WA tied the knot atop the Washington State Fair’s Classic Roller Coaster this morning. The couple were the winners of the STAR 101.5 Roller Coaster Wedding contest.
The Seattle's Symphony's Opening Night Concert and Gala was this past weekend at Benaroya Hall and the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle. The gala's theme was 'An Evening in Paris' - modeled after the French-inspired opening concert.
Imagine walking through the park and seeing what looks like the Mars United Soccer Team practicing. No, it's not aliens - it's probably just Bumble Soccer.
Women’s Health and Yelp compiled the first annual Social Cities Awards based on a six-month, research-based partnership to determine 20 social metropolises on the rise in the United States. There were four categories winners placed in: Fitness Cities, Nightlife Cities, Cities for Foodies and Cities for Art and Culture. Can you guess which category we won in?
Paint Nite events have been popping up all over the country for over two years, and the concept is simple: sign up, drink, and paint.
The newest app hitting the online dating world was created right here in Seattle. While local duo Katrina Hess and Susie Lee set out to create an app powered by and catering to single women - they ended up with possibly the best venue for the typical 'Seattle guy' as well.
The new Seattle Art Museum exhibit City Dwellers: Contemporary Art from India is just that. The eye-catching installations (is that Ghandi with an iPod??) call out the duality of modern day India: a city where ancient history and rituals and global consumer culture are equally present.
Linda Jacobs of Port Angeles just won the Western Washington Honda Dealers One Tank Trips sweepstake. While the prize (a brand new 2015 Honda Fit) is a big deal to most people, it's especially so for Jacobs, who had been previously driving a 1997 Buick.
One Tank Trips winners also received Seattle Mariners tickets and multi-day stays at local vacation spots. Of 1,855 total entries, 22 winners were selected.
Symphonies across the country all suffer the same PR problem: the misconception that anyone who likes or goes to the symphony is old, and that sitting through hours of classical music is boring. Anyone who has been to the Seattle Symphony in the last four years will tell you that conductor Ludovic Morlot is actively trying to change that misconception.
LeMay-America's Car Museum in Tacoma celebrated their Pacific Northwest Concours d'Elegance three day event this past weekend. PNW Concours is recognized as one of the premiere Concours events in the country, and showcases some of the finest examples of automotive art and design worldwide.
The latest issue of Men's Health is out, and our very own Russell Wilson is on the cover. Wilson did a photo shoot for the magazine earlier in the summer on the top of the Space Needle. Like, the actual tippy top - not just the observation deck.
People celebrated the late-summer return of the salmon and learned about Native American cultures.
The Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Festival presented by Funny or Die, brought the biggest names in comedy to the White River Amphitheater in Auburn, WA.