NFFTY (pronounced “nifty”), which supports young filmmakers, has a special emphasis this year on engaging girls in a traditionally male-dominated industry. The festival runs April 23-26, 2015, in Seattle.
- Molly Conley’s killer sentenced to nearly 91 years in prison
- Get ready for a long, slow summer of highway work
- T-cell therapy sends young cancer patients into remission
- Auburn woman sentenced to life for torturing family
- State treasurer calls for income tax to help fund education
- UW tells grad students it’s against law to strike
- $25K probe can’t find why students seemingly aced tests
The Schneiders host their fourth-annual dinner and auction Thursday to raise money for their foundation, Ben’s Fund, which is named in honor of their son, Ben, who has autism.
Anger at big banks may have subsided, but credit unions are still gaining in the Seattle area.
If you want to do some heavy lifting, the folks at the Washington Trails Association would be thrilled to have you.
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