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The incredible life and career rise of Melinda Gates - one of the world's richest and most powerful women

She heads a foundation with a $40 billion endowment. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Melinda Gates is one of the most powerful women in the world, according to Forbes. She could be worth $73 billion if she and Bill Gates split their fortune equally in the divorce. Gates will continue in her role as co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. See more stories on Insider's business page. Melinda Gates is the fifth most powerful woman in the world, ...
Tags: Science, News, Microsoft, Obama, Bono, Life, Stanford, Africa, Time, US, America, Trends, Features, United States, U2, Aol


The incredible life of Melinda Gates - one of the world's richest and most powerful women

She heads a foundation with a $40 billion endowment. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Melinda Gates is one of the most powerful women in the world, according to Forbes. She could be worth $73 billion if she and Bill Gates split their fortune equally in the divorce. Gates will continue in her role as co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. See more stories on Insider's business page. Melinda Gates is the fifth most powerful woman in the world, ...
Tags: Personal Finance, Education, Microsoft, Obama, Bono, Life, Finance, Stanford, Africa, Time, US, Careers, America, Trends, Features, United States


What really happens in your body and brain when you orgasm?

An orgasm is described as a feeling of intense pleasure that happens during sexual activity. By studying the brain activity of people experiencing orgasms, researchers have been able to pinpoint some of the key changes that occur.These changes include heightened sensitivity to areas of the brain that control how we feel pain, making us less sensitive to it. An orgasm is described as a feeling of intense pleasure that happens during sexual activity. While some people experience orgasms differentl...
Tags: Health, Sex, Relationships, Brain, Innovation, Reproduction, Emotions, Mind, Senses, Physiology, Seattle Times, Kayt Sukel, Human body, Daniel Sher


Amazon lunch excitement: All the best things to eat at Seattle’s new District H from H Mart

Seattle Times food writers Bethany Jean Clement and Tan Vinh rate the lunch (or dinner!) offerings at Seattle's brand-new District H from Korean grocery favorite H Mart— and find lots to love, too.
Tags: News, Life, Events, Food & Drink, Seattle, Seattle Times, Tan Vinh, Bethany Jean Clement, H Mart, Korean grocery favorite H Mart


Where is Carolyn Hax’s Dear Carolyn column in The Seattle Times?

Dear Carolyn is in print daily in The Seattle Times. But due to a restriction imposed by The Washington Post, it no longer appears on seattletimes.com.
Tags: News, Life, The Washington Post, Seattle Times, Carolyn, Carolyn Hax, Dear Carolyn


Miffed that her sister-in-law ‘loves dogs more than my son’

Dear Carolyn Note: Starting Nov. 1, Dear Carolyn will no longer appear on seattletimes.com due to new restrictions imposed by The Washington Post. It will be available in print daily in The Seattle Times. Please address questions and/or send feedback to Seattle Times Customer Service at [email protected] Adapted from a recent online discussion. DEAR CAROLYN: […]
Tags: News, Life, The Washington Post, Seattle Times, Carolyn, Seattle Times Customer Service


4 top Seattle-area spots for the best teriyaki

Seattle Times food writer Bethany Jean Clement shares some top choices for what might be considered our city's specialty dish — with one here that's hard to make an argument against.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle, Seattle Times, Bethany Jean Clement


Reader’s Lens | A tree frog was trying to hide, but this reader spotted it. Can you?

Seattle Times reader Chris Picard captured this image of a tree frog blending in with its environment at Magnuson Park.
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Chris Picard


Can you spot the second person in this reader’s image of hot-air balloons?

Seattle Times reader Sandy Novak composed this picture of a man next to hot-air balloons at the Great Prosser Balloon Rally. Can you spot his second subject?
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Sandy Novak


Reader’s Lens | Pastel shades of the Palouse

Seattle Times reader Yoshiki Nakamura captured this painterly shot at the Steptoe Butte State Park in the Palouse hills in Whitman County.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Palouse, Photo & Video, Steptoe Butte State Park, Yoshiki Nakamura


At Cannes Film Festival, a picture worth a thousand words

Seattle Times art critic Moira Macdonald sees multiple stories about the Cannes Film Festival red carpet in this photo, taken during the premiere of Pedro Almodóvar's "Pain and Glory" at the festival this month.
Tags: Fashion, News, Pedro Almodóvar, Cannes film festival, Seattle Times, Moira Macdonald


Reader’s Lens | Mother’s Day on Mailbox Peak

Seattle Times reader Jodi Laakso caught this view while celebrating an annual Mother's Day tradition — hiking with her daughter.
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, News, Life, Seattle Times, Jodi Laakso


Reader’s Lens | Fishing at Coffee Pot Lake

Seattle Times reader Vance Thompson shares a first-person perspective of a fishing trip at Coffee Pot Lake in Eastern Washington.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Coffee Pot Lake, Vance Thompson


On this Earth Day, let these photos remind you what a beautiful place we live in

You may not be able to celebrate the holiday by visiting all the gorgeous landscapes the Pacific Northwest has to offer, but you can appreciate them through the lenses of Seattle Times photojournalists.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Environment, Local News, Pacific Northwest, Seattle Times, Photo & Video


On Earth Day, let these photos remind you what a beautiful place we live in

You may not be able to celebrate the holiday by visiting all the gorgeous landscapes the Pacific Northwest has to offer, but you can appreciate them through the lenses of Seattle Times photojournalists.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Environment, Local News, Pacific Northwest, Seattle Times, Photo & Video


Come watch Seattle Sketcher Gabriel Campanario draw readers’ rants and raves live

Join us for a Facebook Live at noon Tuesday, April 23, as Seattle Times artist Gabriel Campanario sketches for our popular Rant & Rave.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Seattle Times, Gabriel Campanario, Seattle Sketcher Gabriel Campanario


Dinner at a Movie: Yikes — a downtown Seattle multiplex ventures into real food and ‘Jartails’

In the return of the movie-with-dinner series, Seattle Times food writer Bethany Jean Clement and film critic Moira Macdonald taste-test the new "Enhanced" menu and "Jartails" at Seattle's Regal Meridian 16. It isn't pretty … but "Captain Marvel" is pretty great.
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle, Seattle Times, Moira Macdonald, Bethany Jean Clement, Jartails, Regal Meridian


Reader’s Lens | Dramatic lighting at the Amazon Spheres

Seattle Times reader Elston Hill captured this shot of a well-lit leaf at the Amazon Spheres.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Amazon Spheres, Elston Hill


Link Love: ‘Tis the Season for Swimsuit Shopping

You’ll find the best assortment of swimsuits in stores in March and April, so this is a good time to have a look at what’s on offer online if you want to refresh your swimwear capsule: Target has launched a new size-inclusive swimwear brand, called Kona Sol, with everything priced under $50. Popsugar rounds up 17 swimsuits that ring in under $100. They’ve also found 21 throwback styles that recall decades past. Here are 15 leopard print swimsuits for the animal print lovers among us. If you nee...
Tags: Fashion, Gigi, Virgin Atlantic, Seattle Times, Angie, Madewell, Link Love, Genevieve Valentine, Fashintern, Runcarla, Kona Sol


Bothell Country Village sailing into the sunset

Sketched March 9, 2019 The “SS Pen Pal,” an old remodeled gillnetter, is embedded in the landscape of Bothell Country Village, a beloved outdoor shopping center 15 miles north of Seattle where I’ve sketched on a few occasions over the years. This time my visit was bittersweet. About Seattle Times news artist Gabriel Campanario has […]
Tags: News, Life, Seattle, Seattle Times, Gabriel Campanario, Bothell Country Village


Reader’s Lens | Eagles tag-team their hunt for dinner

Seattle Times reader Ann Donahoe spotted a rare duo: two bald eagles on the prowl for ducks.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Lens, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Ann Donahoe


Best of the Academy Awards: We watched the 2019 Oscars from parties around Seattle and dished out our own awards

From Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's heart-stopping rendition of "Shallow" to Spike Lee's huge win, the 2019 Academy Awards were full of big moments. The Seattle Times features staff watched the show from six Oscars parties and handed out awards of our own.
Tags: Television, News, Entertainment, Life, Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Spike Lee, Seattle, Seattle Times


What happens when a top Seattle chef opens two places in the Amazon Spheres? A look at Deep Dive and Willmott’s Ghost

Seattle Times food writer Bethany Jean Clement and cocktail expert Tan Vinh went to Renee Erickson's Deep Dive and Willmott's Ghost to find out how the vision of a favorite Seattle restaurateur looks refracted by New Seattle’s Amazon cash.
Tags: Amazon, Business, News, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle, Seattle Times, Willmott, Renee Erickson, New Seattle, Tan Vinh, Bethany Jean Clement


Reader’s Lens | Delicate ice crystals in Bothell

What are "snow feathers"? Seattle Times reader Karyn Zupke coined the term for these unusual ice-crystal structures captured with a macro lens in Bothell's Miner's Corner Park.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Bothell, Photo & Video, Karyn Zupke


Reader’s Lens | An eagle takes flight

Seattle Times reader Gloria Z Nagler waited beside a tree at Matthews Beach to catch this shot of a bald eagle at the moment of takeoff.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Gloria Z Nagler, Matthews Beach


Reader’s Lens | Put a bird on it

Seattle Times reader Tim Nicol spotted this bird standing on another bird.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Tim Nicol


Reader’s Lens | Lunar eclipse over the Space Needle

During this month's lunar eclipse, Seattle Times reader Yoshiki Nakamura caught the moon and the Space Needle in a single frame.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Yoshiki Nakamura


Marie Kondo’ing my kitchen: What a food writer learned from a total pantry re-org with a food-waste expert

Seattle Times food writer Bethany Jean Clement's larder definitely needed tidying, but Marie Kondo doesn't deal with the issue of food waste. Here's what an expert says you should know before you throw — and why "use by" dates are pretty much useless.
Tags: Television, News, Life, Food & Drink, Marie Kondo, Seattle Times, Bethany Jean Clement, Marie Kondo'ing


Reader’s Lens | Under the bridge

Seattle Times reader Michael Uschold captured a quiet moment under the I-90 bridge.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Michael Uschold


Seattle’s pioneer mansions were a popular 1940s feature of The Seattle Times

A Seattle woman’s focus on ‘Early-Day Mansions’ featured one downtown that was owned by one of the city’s most powerful and popular couples.
Tags: News, Life, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, Seattle Times



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