Joining a community sports team is a fun opportunity to exercise, make friends, and get involved in your neighborhood. Many cities around the world are introducing both adult and children community sports teams – and luckily, Seattle offers both adult and children leagues!
The Pacific Northwest (PNW) is one of my favorite places in the world. From the beautiful landscape to the hustle and bustle of major cities, the PNW is a fantastic place to visit. The opportunities to explore between Washington, Oregon, and Idaho are endless. However these four things are PNW must-sees and dos this summer!
In my recent blog series, I discuss radio broadcasting in different countries. In previous articles, we took a look at radio in France and China. Now let’s dive under to New Zealand – a southwestern Pacific country, home to 4.7 million.
Sports are loved all around the world, which is why athletes make an excellent marketing centerpiece. Marketers have realized that the popularity of sports and used this to their advantage for advertising and other marketing campaigns.
Seattle has many nicknames – from the Emerald City to the Coffee Capital of the World, another popular name for Seattle is the Rain City. You can probably guess why Seattle is known as the Rain City because it frequently rains in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle is known for its wet weather, so let’s look at why it rains so much.
Many travel to the Pacific Northwest (PNW) for a variety of tourist attractions, including the beautiful landscape and recreational areas. Whether you’re traveling to the PNW for the first time or you’re a native to the area, hiking one or more of the plethora trails around the PNW will not disappoint. Here are my five favorite hikes in the PNW that I highly recommend exploring!
Seattle is one of my favorite cities in the world. The city of Seattle has something for everyone, from excellent food, historical museums, stunning buildings and, of course, sports culture. Although there are many great places to see and visit, if you are spending a week in the city, I recommend checking out these five sites!
When working on a set of talk radio, it can be challenging to generate new topics that engage your listeners. At the start of a new talk show, it can easy to come up with fresh ideas. However, the longer the talk show is on for, the more challenging it can become to stay fresh. I’ve worked in talk radio and broadcasting for almost 30 years and here are the tips that helped me stay current and new!
Some of the world’s best athletes will travel to South Korea to battle against other top competitors for the opportunity to represent their country in the international games. While thousands of top athletes will compete for a medal, these are the ones from outside of the United States that you should pay extra attention to.
The PyeongChang Winter Olympics officially begin on February 9th and run until the 25th. The United States is sending 243 athletes, including 135 men and 108 women, to compete this year. From alpine skiing to short track speed skating, the U.S. team is taking part in 16 different events. While there is excellent talent representing the United States this year, here’s a look at the possible top competitors from the U.S. to keep an eye on.
First things are first. Before I embark upon my second set of silly picks for the blog, we must determine my record from last week’s divisional round. Don’t need a degree from Montlake to calculate my “straight up” mark of 3-1. Winners included the Patriots, Eagles, and Vikings – while I didn’t have the courage to call a Jacksonville outright upset in Pittsburgh.