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Look for Death Cab for Cutie at Pavilion at Riverfront, not Baby Bar

Death Cab for Cutie is playing it safe in a couple of ways. The Bellingham alt-rock band, which has managed to be a commercial success and a critical darling, isn't rushing its next full-length album. "We're sitting on a lot of new material," guitarist-keyboardist Dave Depper said.

WSU’s Max Sekulic wins Northwest Open

Washington State University’s Max Sekulic is having a summer to remember. Sekulic won the Northwest Open, one of six PGA Pacific Northwest Section’s majors, closing with a 10-under 62 Wednesday at Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla.

Northwest heat wave in June tested climate prep

The unprecedented heat wave that swept the Pacific Northwest this summer killed scores of the region's most vulnerable who couldn't leave their homes, afford air conditioning or get a ride to public cooling centers.

‘Orange skies:’ Biden raising federal pay to fight wildfires

The Biden administration said Wednesday it is hiring more federal firefighters — and immediately raising their pay — as officials ramp up response efforts in the face of a severe drought that is setting the stage for another destructive summer of intense wildfires across the West.

Northwest braces for hottest day of intense heat wave

With an unprecedented and dangerous heat wave gripping the Pacific Northwest, officials in Portland, Oregon, shut down light rail and street cars due to high temperatures, districts halted summer school bus service and people braced for possibly the hottest day of the scorcher.

Enjoy satisfying Japanese Breakfast and ‘Jubilee’

When music and South Korea are mentioned, the cottage industry known as BTS is the typical response. However, Seoul native Michelle Zauner, aka Japanese Breakfast, who grew up in the Pacific Northwest, is making a big impact in entertainment.