Life

By Jerry Vaughn, Travel Talk

  • Jun 13, 2008

By Jerry Vaughn, Travel Talk

  • Jun 13, 2008

Spring into summer

The Federal Way Community Center is now offering an eight-week “Spring into Summer” educational program that includes classes on nutrition, exercise and behavior change. The program began April 7 and lasts until June 2. It costs $85 for community center members and $150 for non-members.

  • Jun 13, 2008

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

APRIL 9-15

  • Jun 13, 2008

By Jerry Vaughn, Travel Talk

  • Jun 13, 2008

Remodel or move: That is the question

By Joni Ribera, Let’s Talk Real Estate

  • Jun 13, 2008

Follow the path to parental success

By Jennifer Gray, Federal Way therapist

  • Jun 13, 2008

Panama boasts more than just a big canal

When people think of Panama, it is most often in the context of a cruise through the Panama Canal.

  • Jun 13, 2008

Curiosity about Vietnam drives a new wave of tourism

By Jerry Vaughn, Travel Talk

  • Jun 13, 2008

Gardening expert

  • Jun 13, 2008

Traveling with adult children: No stroller required at casino

By Jerry Vaughn, Travel Talk

  • Jun 13, 2008
Federal Way Senior Center walkers
Federal Way Senior Center walkers

ARTS and entertainment

Aria Dance Company: Based in ballet and explores modern, folk, jazz and character dancing. This non-profit dance company was founded by the current artistic director, Christina Vandenberg-Suju. Dancers range from age 12 and older and must be on pointe. Aria regularly performs throughout the region creating choreography for seasonal presentations while maintaining its company repertoire. Call (253) 924-0621 or visit www.intodance.com.

  • Jun 13, 2008

Foodie wants to know: Where have all the tasty sea bass gone?

We are seeing fewer restaurants featuring Chilean Sea bass (Patagonian Toothfish). The popularity of the fish has not diminished, with official 2000 catch of 15,000 metric tons (33 million pounds) contrasting with 1990’s catch of 6,000 metric tons (13.2 million pounds).

  • Jun 13, 2008

Ad-libbed for your pleasure: Five myths and facts about condoms

By AMY JOHNSON, Sex in the Suburbs

  • Jun 13, 2008

Energy theft: Television drains our wallets as well as brains

I caught a thief in my house the other day.

  • Jun 13, 2008
With their many varieties and relative ease to grow

Five secrets for growing tasty tomatoes in Western Washington

The first week of June is tomato time.

  • Jun 13, 2008
With their many varieties and relative ease to grow

In your backyard

Student recognized

  • Jun 13, 2008

Over the past few weeks, I have shared with you the experiences of traveling with grown children, in contrast to traveling with small children.

  • Jun 13, 2008
Acupuncturist Jeffrey Medina inserts a needle into patient Michelle Gonzaga’s upper back.

Federal Way acupuncturist: Pain is worth gain

It does hurt a bit at times, but the pain from needles entering the skin is well worth it, many acupuncture patients say. Acupuncture, an ancient Chinese medicine practiced as far back to 300 B.C., can relieve common ailments such as chronic pain, anxiety, carpal tunnel syndrome, addiction, infertility, premenstrual syndrome, the common cold and other problems. Jeffrey Medina, a Federal Way acupuncturist, discussed some of the benefits of acupuncture at the Federal Way Regional Library last week.

  • Jun 13, 2008
Acupuncturist Jeffrey Medina inserts a needle into patient Michelle Gonzaga’s upper back.