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Seahawks’ Draft Prospects – Wide Receivers—Seahawks’ Draft Prospects – Wide Receivers

Anatomy Of A GOAT: Championships, Context, And David Foster Wallace’s ‘String Theory’—Anatomy Of A GOAT: Championships, Context, And David…

Fit for Life: Til Death do us Part—Fit for Life: Til Death do us Part

Can The Alliance Of American Football Find More Success Than The XFL?—Can The Alliance Of American Football Find More…

5 Questions On NBA All-Star Weekend Answered!—5 Questions On NBA All-Star Weekend Answered!

NEW: Trump to Declare National Emergency to Get More Money for Border Wall—NEW: Trump to Declare National Emergency to Get…

Portland Ranked 4th Healthiest City in U.S.—Portland Ranked 4th Healthiest City in U.S.

The “State of the Onion Address” in Review - Sunday Political Brunch February 10, 2019—The "State of the Onion Address" in Review…

Checking In On Seattle’s Arena Situation—Checking In On Seattle’s Arena Situation

 
 

Not All Emergencies Need a 911 Call – “Sunday Political Brunch” - February 17, 2019

Mark Curtis

Sunday, February 17, 2019

President Trump has declared a national emergency at the Southern Border with Mexico. This after the House of Representatives, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D) California, declined to give the Mr. Trump $5.7 billion dollars for a more complete border wall. There are winners and losers around. Let’s “brunch” on that this week:

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Seahawks’ Draft Prospects – Wide Receivers

Sunday, February 17, 2019

This is the continuation of my series on who the Seattle Seahawks should target in the NFL Draft. I looked at some of the defensive line prospects last week, and now I am moving on to wide receivers.

Seattle does not have a glaring need at wide receiver. The team has several very good players and good depth overall, but NFL teams always need more pass catchers.

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Anatomy Of A GOAT: Championships, Context, And David Foster Wallace’s ‘String Theory’

Tom Brady

Sunday, February 17, 2019

With another Super Bowl title for Tom Brady, and the New England Patriots drifting into the rear view, NFL pundits will inevitably spend a great deal of the offseason discussing—endlessly—whether or not Brady truly is the GOAT (Greatest of All Time). With nine trips to the Super Bowl and six championships (the most of any single player, passing Charles Haley this year) Brady presents a strong case.

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Fit for Life: Til Death do us Part

Sunday, February 17, 2019

I am writing this article based on emotions.

Mixed emotions.

Not knowing exactly how to feel, emotions.

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Can The Alliance Of American Football Find More Success Than The XFL?

Saturday, February 16, 2019

The Alliance of American Football (AAF) had a successful opening weekend, but I can’t help but remember how 18 years ago the ill-fated XFL did as well. That league would fold after just one season, but with the AFL having a much more solid foundation, could things be different this time?

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5 Questions On NBA All-Star Weekend Answered!

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Well dear readers, you’ve been waiting all year (all two-ish months of it) and the time is finally here – it’s NBA All-Star Weekend! Each season, the NBA gathers its most popular players and celebrities for a variety of entertaining contests, all of which culminates in the annual all-star game.

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NEW: Trump to Declare National Emergency to Get More Money for Border Wall

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

President Donald Trump will take an “executive action” and declare a national emergency to secure more money for a border wall, according to reports. 

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Portland Ranked 4th Healthiest City in U.S.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Portland is one of the healthiest cities in the U.S.

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The “State of the Onion Address” in Review - Sunday Political Brunch February 10, 2019

Mark Curtis

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Okay, time for true confessions of a news reporter. I never learned to type. I’ve been in the media 42 years and am still a “hunt and peck” typist, often with funny consequences. In all my years covering politics – including six in Washington, D.C – I have typed State of the Onion many times. Thank God for editors! But onions can be sweet and tasty, or pungent and bitter. So can State of the Union addresses. Let’s “brunch” on that this week:

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Checking In On Seattle’s Arena Situation

PHOTO: Oak View Group

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Ever heard the phrase “town and gown,” as in the divide that exists when a college is located in the middle of a town?

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