Patrick Robinson
Smashed almost beyond recognition, these two vehicles were involved in an accident at 15th and Ambaum on Nov. 21. One man was killed, another was sent to Harborview Medical Center with serious injuries.

High speed accident kills one, sends another to hospital

One man is dead and another injured and in the hospital following a serious high speed collision at 154th and Ambaum Boulevard in Burien shortly after 5 pm Nov. 21.

According to King County Sheriff's deputies, a late model Volkswagen had been involved in a clipping accident further north and was headed south bound at high speed. As a black honda driven by another man attempted to travel across Ambaum on 154th Street SW, he was hit almost broadside by the Volkswagen at high speed. The driver of the Volkswagen was killed, and the driver of the Honda was injured and taken by paramedics to Harbourview Medical Center. His condition was unknown.

The two vehicles were completely totaled and pushed to the corner by the collision as traffic was blocked in the area. Sheriff's deputies on the scene were conducting an investigation.

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How to feed a Seahawk

By Tim Clifford

According to Michele Clarke-Mason, owner of Meant To Be Foods and the nutritional therapist for the Seahawks, it takes approximately 7,000 calories of food-a-day to feed a single player. The average intake for a mildly active man is estimated at about 2,500 calories a day.

“I had one player who lost 5 pounds in his first week back and we had to figure out a diet plan to keep his weight up” she explains.

Starting her work with the team last year, Michele, a lifelong Burien resident, plays a very active and hands-on role with the ‘Hawks by designing personalized meal plans and assisting in the daily offerings in the training facilities main dining hall.

Located in Renton and situated along Lake Washington the Virginia Mason Athletic Center (VMAC) is an impressive cathedral-like facility boasting a cutting edge weight-room, full length indoor football field and a 95 foot tall ceiling. Housed within a massive green hangar the site is also the only training camp in the NFL with a lakefront view.

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South Park Arts turns 10 and presents the 10th Annual Art Under $100 Sale

Seattle, November 11, 2014 —Over 50 local artists will convene at the Seattle Design Center for the 10th Annual Art Under $100 Sale on Saturday, December 6, from 2-9 p.m. The beloved event continues to gather momentum, celebrating its tenth year in a spacious venue in Georgetown/SODO. For holiday shoppers, AU100 offers an unsurpassed opportunity to discover unique, affordable art while supporting local artists.

“It’s real art, and it’s really affordable-- that’s what brings people back year after year,” said Raina Anderson, head of South Park Arts. Art Under $100 began in a residential garage in the South Park neighborhood. Wendy Woldenberg said, “We had about 100 people at our first sale. Each year it grows. Last year we hosted more than 1600 shoppers! People are drawn by the quality of the art, the opportunity to purchase it directly from the artists, and because it’s a party!”
So what exactly happens at the fun and festive event known as AU100?

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