The Right Way to Zombie Paintball

Last Halloween, I discovered the most amazing thing: zombie paintball. As a new resident of Washington, I have never seen this before. They take you out on a truck lined with paintball guns, then you simply shoot at zombies wandering around in a field. I could not stop laughing and started getting serious about getting in […]

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Gear Up for Salmon Days!

  The weather has turned a bit chilly, and fall is in the air. This means the return of Washington salmon to local waters! To welcome our fishy friends home, we will be celebrating them and their spawn at the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival 2017. This wonderful festival runs October 7-8 and is free to […]

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Twin Peaks Festival…What?

In lieu of the May 21st launch of Twin Peaks: The Return, I discovered a local tradition. There is actually a Twin Peaks Festival, and it has been happening since 1993! The Twin Peaks Festival is a three-day celebration in North Bend, with a bus tour of the locations around Snoqualmie where the show was filmed. Fans […]

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Movies in the Park 2017

It’s that time of year again! Time to grab your blankets and your low backed chairs, and head to the park for a movie. There are movies closer to home than you would think. Just check this list for parks in your area. And if you're not the outdoorsy type, KCLS offers many movie screenings […]

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Sasquatch! Music Festival 2017

Last year, I was lucky enough to get to go to the Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle for the first time. This year, I will have the privilege of attending Sasquatch! Music Festival held May 26 through 28. I have never been to the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington (so fun to say!), so this will be a […]

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Dystopian Fiction is the New Current Affairs: The Handmaid’s Tale

The Handmaid's Tale The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood was written in 1985 but its message is more relevant now than ever. Dystopian novels are not always about alien invasions or zombie viruses- some are cautionary tales about what the future will look like if we make certain choices. For example, what will happen if […]

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