October 29, 2015
Contributed to Issaquah Press
When Typhoon Haiyan swept through the Philippines in early November 2013, it left in its path thousands of people dead or missing; countless homes, businesses and infrastructure destr...
October 28, 2015
Contributed to Rant Sports
Assorted stories and list of links to my work writing about soccer for Rant Sports in Winter 2014: All stories can be found here: http://bit.ly/1W80CmO
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Scan through any English dictionary, or take the modern route and type it into Google, and the definition of idealism is along these lines: “the attitude of a person who believes that...
When she was a young child, Alena Hove’s first music teacher always told her and the rest of her classmates one thing when it came to music: On all the days you eat meals, you need to...
Whether it’s coincidence, or a sign of some greater forces at work, the color yellow seems to follow Issaquah High School graduate Kevin Powers.
Powers, 21, donned the navy blue and y...
To the untrained eye, Paul Weigel, 44, seems like your typical Issaquah resident — a healthy, hardworking family man with an unquenchable thirst for fitness and the great outdoors.
Contributed to Soccerly
July 16, 1950 is an infamous day in Brazilian soccer history.
It lingers in the minds of Brazilians for all the wrong reasons, and permeates their culture. It was supposed to be a day...
Game On — Local athlete keeps the competitive edge at every level he plays lacrosse
Can Neymar Close the Maracanazo Wound?
Rant Sports Work
Picking up the pieces — Ruth Lopez helps Philippines rebuild after destructive typhoon
Issaquah grad heads to Cambodia with the Peace Corps
Queen of the KING FM Contest
Cancer survivor sets sights on Ironman Canada
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