Dog Days: How Your Pooch Can Help You Defeat Your Paunch

Contributing writer: Lucy Wyndham When it comes to getting fit, nothing ties you down to an exercise routine quite like having a dog. If you own one of Seattle’s 153,000 dogs, you’ll know that these animals need walks no matter whether it’s hail, rain or shine. NPR reports that dog walkers walk 22 minutes more per day than the average – and given that …

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Keeping Your Dog Active in the Seattle Winter

Story by contributing writer Lucy Wyndham Winter in Seattle can be cold and snowy; and on the worst days, few things may appeal more than enjoying a cup of hot cocoa by the fireplace and watching a good film. Of course, just one look at Fido longingly begging for some time outdoors will probably melt your heart enough to put on your …

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🎄Seattle Festival of Trees🎄

Join us for the 40th Annual Festival of Trees at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle! This event benefits Seattle Children’s Autism Center as well as uncompensated care at Seattle Children’s, which helps Children’s keep its promise to the community by caring for children in our region regardless of how much it costs. We’re really excited to be a part …

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#VegasStrong

  In the wake of the recent tragedy in Las Vegas, many lives have been horribly affected and need our help now more than ever. Monetary donations are being accepted through a GoFundMe page set up by Steve Sisolak, the Clark County Commission Chair of Las Vegas. The collected funds will, “provide relief and financial support to the victims and …

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Shania Twain Announces Seattle Tour Date!

In what promises to be one of the most anticipated tours of 2018, Global superstar Shania Twain has announced that she will hit the road next year in support of her new album, NOW.  These dates mark Shania’s first tour since “Rock This Country” back in 2015. Produced by Live Nation, the tour kicks off May 3rd in Tacoma, WA …

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Bad Reviews for Guardians of the Galaxy?!

On May 4, the universe came to a halt Marvel’s “Gaurdian’s of the Galaxy Vol. 2” opens in American theaters. But critics may be the ones stopping you from going to see your favorite talking tree and daughter of Thanos. What’s not to love when Chris Pratt, David Batista and Zoe Saldana join together to protect the galaxy (and listening …

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We’re Celebrating National Concert Day All Week Long!

As avid music lovers here at Warm 106.9, we are SO EXCITED about National Concert Day… and we’ve partnered with Live Nation to celebrate it all week long! This week, Live Nation is launching their “Kickoff to Summer Ticket Promotion” by giving you the chance to purchase tickets for tours and concerts for a flat-rate of only $20. As the …

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Five Cute PNW Dogs on Instagram

Who can resist man (or woman’s) furry best friend? We sure can’t! Check out these adorable pups and their Instagram accounts, sharing all their outdoorsy adventures. Afterwards, you’ll be wishing you could go romp around the wilderness with them by your side! The best way to not miss out on any fun… Nap on dad’s shoes. A post shared by …

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Kelly Clarkson’s Debut 14 Years Ago Today

On April 15, 2003 Kelly Clarkson’s debut album Thankful was released on RCA Records. Now fourteen years after debuting at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, Thankful has sold 2,745,000 unites, earning double platinum status in the United States, in addition to making charts all over the world. The album’s lead single “Miss Independent” was released just five …

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Harry Styles on His New Single “Sign of the Times”

After leaving One Direction early last year, Styles has finally released his first solo single, “Sign of the Times” and critics and “Directioners” are falling head-over-heels in love with it.  LA Times referred in an article of the new single as a ‘power-ballad’ of sorts, reminiscence of 1970s guitar riffs and David Bowe’s “Hunky Dory”. Styles spoke with BBC Radio …

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