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Cindy Marlatt, an emerging local fashion designer, is sizing up the national competition. The Kent woman – who has realized her dreams by pursuing her passion in apparel – was one of 16 clothing designers from throughout the country chosen to vie for top honors and prizes in Season 11 of "Project Runway", a reality TV series that premieres at 9 p.m. next Thursday on Lifetime.
The line stretched beyond the block, bending the corner of West Harrison and Fourth Avenue North.
An arts student with an eye for fashion, Melissa Bernasconi knows a certain look can bring beauty and style. But looks can be deceiving, especially when you strap on a helmet, don shoulder pads, apply eye black and carry an attitude.
Maly Wan Song has found hope in hard times. The Kent woman and mother of four is back to work, thanks to a partnership between Tacoma Goodwill and a community jobs program through the state Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS).
Roscoe is a lively and friendly Labrador, a 2-year-old bundle of energy who is ready for a loving home. Anthony Srey knows as much.
Hart's Gymnastics Center has a new, spacious home in Kent. David and Debbie Hart, owners and operators, recently opened a state-of-the-art facility at 26415 79th Ave. S. The new center is larger than its previous Auburn location at more than 13,500 square feet.
The heavy doors often stay open in Glenn Hamada's makeshift youth boxing gym in Kent, serving as an invitation and a pathway to kids.
Sidelined with an untimely injury, Evan Lysacek won't be competing in this weekend's Hilton HHonors Skate America at the ShoWare Center in Kent.
Golden performances in the Skate America showcase have become somewhat routine for the Meryl Davis and Charlie White juggernaut.
For Ashley Wagner, it's more than just show and tell. Events like the Hilton HHonors Skate America at the ShoWare Center on Oct. 19-21 bring out the best in the reigning U.S ladies figure skating champion.
A cellphone vibrates on Russ Farwell's desk as he tries to tame a clutter of papers, charts, reminders and folders.
As photos and videos of his thunderous, smoke-spewing dragster flashed across a screen in a darkened room, Jerry Ruth picked up the mic and tried to put his past into perspective.
It's a show of color and an opportunity for the gay and lesbian community.
Charismatic and philosophic Art Oberto celebrated his 85th birthday last week the way he tries to live each day.
Growing up in the Bronx, Kim Anthony "Kip" Jones was exposed to many influential artists and athletes.
He is one of the finest soccer players to come out of Kent, a talented force who realized his dreams of playing elite competition on the manicured pitches of the mighty Major League Soccer.
Hockey stars of tomorrow hit the ice for an instructional summer hockey camp at the ShoWare Center this week.
Jack Zaborac doesn't necessarily consider it retirement, but the patriarch of Kent's long-standing bowling family is stepping aside.
A grinning Connor Troutner beamed with anticipation. It's not every day you get a chance to explore a Scandinavian country and play on a foreign field – just for kicks.
Danny Stevens stands firmly on two feet, swings a smooth iron and turns heady shot-maker on the golf course come weekends.