Monthly Archives: October 2016

Hillary Clinton to Finally Be Indicted?

FBI Reviewing New Emails ‘Pertinent’ To Clinton Probe

According to a post at MSN.com, The FBI revealed Friday it was reviewing a new batch of emails that “appear to be pertinent” to its previous investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server while she was secretary of state.
“In connection with an unrelated case, the FBI has learned of the existence of emails that appear to be pertinent to the investigation,” FBI director James Comey said in a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee. “I agreed that the FBI should take appropriate investigative steps designed to allow investigators to review these emails to determine whether they contain classified information, as well as to assess their importance to our investigation.”
A senior law enforcement official told NBC News Friday that the Comey letter was sent to the Hill “out of an abundance of caution” and to be extra-thorough.
The official said the emails were discovered “on another device.”  Guess she forgot to ‘wipe’ that one … Continue Reading

Google Announces $165,000 Sponsorship for "Open Outdoors for Kids" Initiative

On Saturday, October 22, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell joined Google to announce a $165,000 sponsorship to the National Park Foundation’s Open OutDoors for Kids, an initiative that helps connect more kids to their national parks through fun and engaging activities. The announcement was made during a campout held on Google’s Kirkland campus… Continue Reading

Google Express comes to the Seattle area, will roll out to all shoppers in Washington in the coming weeks

Google launches Google Express, a fast delivery service, in Seattle Today, Google is expanding the Google Express service to a large portion of the Northwest and Southeast: Kentucky, Utah, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. Now, over 70 million more people will have access to two-day delivery shopping at… Continue Reading

Kiwanis Bellevue Club Helps Spread the Wealth

Talk about a trickledown effect – The Kiwanis club of Bellevue makes an annual trek to Carlton Washington and spends the weekend harvesting walnuts donated by the Brown Bear Lodge and the Brown family. Club president Al Shot “We donate the majority of the finished walnuts to our Key Clubs. They will sell them to… Continue Reading

Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra Announces New Concert Season, Sponsored Again by Kennelly Keys Music

Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2016–17 concert season theme, Creative Collaborations. The exchange of ideas and inspiration between music and other art forms down through the centuries has resulted in many exquisite compositions, and Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra is excited to share some of these with audiences this season. Along with other delightful works,… Continue Reading

Elder & Adult Day Services (EADS) Merges with Easterseals Washington (ESW) to Provide Services to More Individuals and Families

Easterseals Washington is Expanding – Three New Adult Day Service Centers Are Added to Easterseals Washington’s Program Offerings Adult day programs allow seniors who are experiencing disabilities due to aging to remain safe and active in their communities. They contribute to the development of skills and relationships for adults with developmental disabilities, and they bring… Continue Reading

Social Entrepreneurship and Socially Conscious Businesses Take Center Stage

Coin Up, a mobile donation app that allows people to easily donate their virtual spare change from every purchase, embraces the socially conscious business model Consumers today are increasingly caring about the social consciousness of the companies that they do business with. In fact, according to Nielsen, a company that provides consumer insight, 55 percent… Continue Reading

Look Out San Diego? City of Renton Launches It's First Comic Con

Embracing the growing geek culture across the nation and with a desire to connect with the millennial South end populace that tend to migrate to Seattle and Bellevue, the Renton Chamber of Commerce launches an unprecedented Chamber event. Renton will see its first comic convention. RenCon takes place Friday through Sunday, October 28 – 30th,… Continue Reading

Rudolph and Sletten Receives 2016 Alonzo Award for The New San Diego Central Courthouse

Courthouse Receives Inaugural “Downtown on the Rise” Award for Helping Shape San Diego’s Skyline and Revitalize the Columbia District Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. was awarded the inaugural “Downtown on the Rise” Alonzo Award for building the new San Diego Central Courthouse.  The 54th Annual Alonzo Awards, presented by the Downtown San Diego Partnership, was held… Continue Reading

An Overview of My Experience at TwitchCon 2016

By Makaya Loo September 30 thru October 2nd many fans of the popular live-streaming website twitch.tv came together at the San Diego Convention Center to celebrate the annual TwitchCon 2016 event. Twitch is a site where thousands of people can live stream themselves playing video games for their viewers. Some things you can do on this… Continue Reading