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Baseball and Culture: A discussion about Native American imagery in sports

The issue of Native American mascots and imagery in sports was thrust into the headlines again over the summer when the Washington, D.C., NFL team decided to change the name of its team from a dictionary-defined slang term and removed all Native American terms and imagery from its branding.

K.J. Wright set for start of 10th season with Seahawks

K.J. Wright might be one of the biggest surprises in Seattle’s starting lineup for Sunday’s opener against Atlanta, which is saying something considering he’s currently the longest-tenured Seahawks player and about to begin his 10th NFL season.

Mariners use trades to continue building toward future

The Mariners ended up making four trades before the trade deadline but the most notable was the seven-player deal with San Diego that landed Seattle four players with the potential to contribute to the team's rebuilding plans.

Hot-hitting Kyle Lewis strengthens his bid for AL Rookie of the Year

SEATTLE – It’s not fair to Kyle Lewis to make the comparison directly, but he plays baseball with such a casual easiness – and with such soothing joy – that it’s hard not to remind one at least a little bit of a certain Hall of Fame center fielder who starred in Seattle in the 1990s.

Water cooler: Neat ways to free up kitchen counter space

It doesn’t take much before cooking gadgets and utensils overtake your countertop, especially if your kitchen lacks an abundance of cabinet space. Consider these ideas for freeing up a little space and adding more organizational flow to your kitchen.

Water cooler: Easy projects to spruce up your home

Being home all the time sure is a great way for the project to-do list to slowly drive you crazy. From weeding to renovations, here are a few weekend projects to chip away at all your home improvement dreams.

Water cooler: Poets to read in a time of political strife

During times of political strife people look to thinkers, leaders, helpers and especially artists. Not only do artists capture and expressively reflect ideas of the time, but they can offer humanity, guidance and healing. Here are a few poets to look for inspiration, catharsis and restoration during these times.