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Human remains could be composted if state bill wins approval

Your kids will be able to fertilize their garden with your remains if a new state bill is successful and makes California the second state in the U.S. to allow composting of human corpses. Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia, D-Bell Gardens, introduced a measure Tuesday that would follow the state of Washington’s law passed last year, allowing human remains to be placed in individual vessels where they are transformed into soil with the help of wood chips and straw. The resulting compost can then be r...
Tags: News, California, Washington, Environment, Sport, Soccer, House, Catholic Church, Seattle, Katrina Spade, Garcia, Legislature, state Senate, Santa Monica Mountains, Cristina Garcia, Washington State University

Austin named top US job market

Austin, Texas, earned its place as the top U.S. job market for the second year in a row, according to rankings conducted by The Wall Street Journal and Moody's Analytics.
Tags: US, San Francisco, Rankings, Job Market, Data, Austin, Radio, Nashville, Salt Lake City, Boulder, Seattle, Denver, Wall Street Journal, Odessa, Midland, Austin Texas

Photos: Amazon opens cashier-less grocery store

By Joseph Pisani, The Associated Press Amazon wants to kill the supermarket checkout line. The online retailing giant is opening its first cashier-less supermarket, where shoppers can grab milk or eggs and walk out without waiting in line or ever opening their wallets. It’s the latest sign that Amazon is serious about shaking up the $800 billion grocery industry. At the new store, which opened Tuesday in Amazon’s hometown of Seattle, shoppers scan a smartphone app to enter the store. Cameras and...
Tags: Amazon, Whole Foods, Walmart, Sport, Soccer, Beverly Hills, Jeff Bezos, Seattle, Bishop, Kroger, David Geffen, Irvine, Woodland Hills, Janes, Culver City, Barilla

Daily Crunch: Amazon opens its first cashier-less grocery store

Amazon expands its Just Walk Out technology beyond convenience stores, Intuit acquires Credit Karma in its biggest acquisition ever and Grab raises hundreds of millions of dollars. Here’s your Daily Crunch for February 25, 2020. 1. Amazon opens its first cashierless grocery store Amazon is opening its first grocery store to pilot the use of the retailer’s cashier-less “Just Walk Out” technology, which previously powered 25 Amazon Go convenience stores in a handful of major U.S. metros. The st...
Tags: Firefox, Amazon, TC, US, Tech, Netflix, Mozilla, Silicon Valley, Seattle, Intuit, Credit Karma, Gojek, Daily Crunch, New Netflix, Greg Brodsky, Amazon Go Grocery

Amazon launches its first cashier-free grocery store in Seattle

The new store is not meant to compete with Amazon-owned Whole Foods
Tags: Amazon, News, Trends, Seattle, Amazon Grocery Whole Foods

Census ball now in California’s court

Because the U.S. Supreme Court essentially laughed President Trump’s arguments for a citizenship question out of its courtroom last summer, the start of America’s once-a-decade official head count at the beginning of next month will be far from an April Fool’s joke. Once the Census Bureau begins mailing out questionnaires, sending operatives to knock on doors and puts its forms on the Internet, much of California’s fate will be in the hands of its people, residents of every size, shape, color, b...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, California, Opinion, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights, Seattle, George W Bush, Ross, Trump, U S Supreme Court, John Roberts, Thomas Elias

Amazon is Opening a Supermarket With No Cashiers. Is Whole Foods Next?

Two years ago, Amazon introduced the idea of high-tech, cashierless shopping with a store that was a cross between a 7-Eleven and a Pret A Manger sandwich shop. Now, Amazon is bringing the same concept to its full-size supermarket. On Tuesday, Amazon will open the doors to a 10,000-square-foot Amazon Go Grocery store in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, less than a mile from the tech giant's downtown Seattle headquarters. From a report: It'll be stocked with 5,000 different products -- from o...
Tags: Amazon, Whole Foods, US, Tech, Capitol Hill, Seattle

Amazon opens its first cashierless grocery store

Amazon today is opening its first grocery store to pilot the use of the retailer’s cashierless “Just Walk Out” technology that has previously powered 25 Amazon Go convenience stores in a handful of major U.S. metros. Based in Amazon’s hometown of Seattle, the new Amazon Go Grocery store allows customers to shop for everyday grocery items like fresh produce, meat, seafood, bakery items, household essentials, dairy, easy-to-make dinner options, beer, wine and spirits and more. The store is 7,700 s...
Tags: Amazon, Ecommerce, Shopping, Tech, Retail, Grocery, Seattle, Beecher, Amazon Go, Cashierless, Amazon Go Grocery, AVA Capital Hill, Eat Local Sri Bella Carso, Pasta Company

Expedia to cut around 12% of its workforce as it aims to 'simplify' its business

Expedia is axing around 12% of its workforce. An Expedia spokesperson told Business Insider the company wanted to "simplify how we do business," which entailed "eliminating approximately 12 percent of our direct workforce" – likely equating to around 3,000 jobs. In an internal email sent Monday, a copy of which was obtained and published by GeekWire, unnamed executives said the company had been "pursuing growth in an unhealthy and undisciplined way." Last month, Expedia chairman Barry Diller r...
Tags: Google, Trends, Nasa, Seattle, Expedia, Business Insider, Reuters, Diller, Barry Diller, GeekWire, Mark Okerstrom, Okerstrom, Alan Pickerill

100,000 Indians say 'Namaste Trump' and the president ignores some key human rights concerns

President Donald Trump kicked off his first official visit to India by addressing a rally of more than 100,000 people on Feb. 24 in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state of Gujarat. Trump promised the thousands of cheering Indians who greeted him “an incredible trade deal” and “the most feared military equipment on the planet.” Accompanied by first lady Melania Trump, he then toured Sabarmati ashram, where Mahatma Gandhi lived for 13 years. Afterwards, Trump visited the Taj Mahal, a 1...
Tags: Texas, News, Obama, Congress, Washington, White House, China, India, Narendra Modi, US, Barack Obama, United States, Pakistan, Jimmy Carter, Houston, Seattle

Boudreau vs. Gallant – Who Should Coach Seattle?

When the new Seattle expansion franchise starts searching for their first head coach, they will have lots of names to choose from. In THW’s first edition of the versus series, we take a look at two of those names in former Minnesota Wild head coach Bruce Boudreau and former Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant. They are both experienced coaches in the NHL, but who would ultimately be the best fit for a team just starting their journey in the league? We are here to find out! So witho...
Tags: Minnesota, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Seattle, Alex, Anaheim Ducks, Miller, Gallant, Washington Capitals, Bruce Boudreau, Ryan Getzlaf, Alex Ovechkin, National Post, Corey Perry, Marc Andre Fleury

Maple Leafs Extend Muzzin After Lacklustre Trade Deadline

Similar to last year, the Toronto Maple Leafs didn’t do much during the trade deadline, even though there was much speculation regarding the movement of pending unrestricted free agent defenceman Tyson Barrie. Instead, shortly after the deadline passed, the Maple Leafs finally made official the anticipated extension for their stalwart defender Jake Muzzin. While addressing the media after the deadline, general manager Kyle Dubas had this to say regarding the extension: Jake’s importance he...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Seattle, Anton Stralman, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Jake, Morgan Rielly, Jake Muzzin, Dom, Tyler Myers, Micah, Gardiner, Kyle Dubas

Amazon opened its first cashierless full grocery store in Seattle as it ramps up its position in the grocery sector

Amazon is opening its first cashierless grocery store in Seattle on Tuesday. The new location, which falls under the Amazon Go banner, will sell fresh produce, meat, seafood, bread, and ready-made meals among other things. Existing Amazon Go stores are more like convenience stores, carrying grab-and-go sandwiches and snacks, so the move represents an expansion of its offering. Amazon is making significant strides in the grocery space and working hard to grow its reach beyond Whole Foods, which...
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Amazon opens Seattle grocery store, expanding grab-and-go cashless shopping. Is Whole Foods next?

Amazon's new Go Grocery store in Seattle will be more than four times larger than typical Go store and offer what you'd see at your local market.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Amazon, Usa, News, Usa Today, Seattle

Seattle Times Likes Klobuchar in Primary; She’s Got a Gun Control Plan, Too

Sen. Amy Klobuchar gets an editorial nod in Seattle, but gun owners shake their heads. (Screen snip, YouTube, NBC) U.S.A. –-( The traditionally anti-gun-rights Seattle Times has endorsed Minnesota Democrat Sen. Amy Klobuchar in advance of Washington State’s March 10 primary, and like every other candidate in the race, she’s got a gun control scheme that appears based on a misunderstanding of what the Second Amendment is all about. As reported by ABC News on Feb. 7, “For Sen. Amy...
Tags: Minnesota, Guns, Washington, Oregon, Amy Klobuchar, Houston, Biden, Washington State, Seattle, Donald Trump, South Carolina, Dick, Bustle, Joe, Nra, Olympia

Greg Olsen couldn't pass up opportunity to sign with Seahawks

Greg Olsen had several options upon his release from the Carolina Panthers: He could retire from football and pursue his broadcast career or he could suit up in a uniform, join a contender, and give it a go one more time. The three-time Pro Bowler had visits with the Washington Redskins and Buffalo Bills, before arriving in Seattle to meet with the Seahawks, his eventual choice. "It was just too good of an opportunity to pass up," Olsen told
Tags: News, Seattle Seahawks, Buffalo Bills, Washington Redskins, Seattle, Seahawks, Olsen, Greg Olsen

Trump Administration Is Moving National Archives Out Of Seattle. Native Americans Are Furious

“The U.S. government made us paper Indians — our ancestors are here,” Jack proclaimed last week at Sand Point. To close and remove the archives is to physically remove the ancestors (word is the contents of these warehouses would probably be transferred to facilities thousands of miles away in Missouri and in Southern California). – Crosscut
Tags: Art, Missouri, Seattle, Jack, Issues, Trump Administration, 02.21.20

Big Mike, The Bern, and eWarren Emerge As Primary Contenders

Is Michael Bloomberg An Ad Professional’s Dream Client? Seattle-based copywriter, advertising educator and columnist, dog person, a longtime contributor to, and personal friend, Dan Goldgeier, explores: The Bloomberg campaign is pumping out a massive and continuous stream of videos, messages, memes, and other bits of content. And they’re placing them everywhere. Is the Bloomberg […] The post Big Mike, The Bern, and eWarren Emerge As Primary Contenders appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Advertising, Bloomberg, Seattle, Michael Bloomberg, Bern, Political advertising, Mike The Bern, Dan Goldgeier

COVID-19: How One U.S. City Is Handling Home Quarantines

In Seattle, public health workers are trying to help some of the highest-risk people in isolation by getting their groceries.
Tags: News, Seattle

If Bernie’s the Nominee, There’s a New Red Scare Coming

Bernie Sanders looks increasingly likely to be the first self-declared socialist to head a major party in the history of the United States, especially after romping through Nevada on Saturday. The reasons for the socialist revival are clear. Inequalities are shocking, student debt levels are staggering, and living standards have been stagnant or declining for all but the 1 percent since the 1970s. Sanders’ brand of democratic socialism, which really differs little from New Deal liberalism, seeks...
Tags: New York, News, Supreme Court, Obama, Republicans, Senate, Massachusetts, America, Barack Obama, Georgia, United States, Harvard University, Venezuela, Fox News, Michigan, Nevada

Insight On Keeping Your Lawn And Trees Healthy

In case you’re a homeowner and also have a significant area of land which is included with grass that is natural, then you’re completely conscious of the work it requires to take care of the home. This is particularly true for those that live out in the nation and have a lot of landscape that has possess some yard maintenance. Allow me to share many tips on how to hold the lawn in the condition that is good. If you have a home with a big lawn, it’s the lawn that matters a lot as it’s really appa...
Tags: Marketing, Blog, Seattle

SXSW Pitch Finalist: Syndio

The equitably compensated Syndio team. The Forrest Four-Cast: February 23, 2020 Seattle-based Syndio has a bold ambition: to eradicate unlawful pay disparities in the workplace.This SaaS company, one of 50 finalists for SXSW Pitch 2020, enables global organizations to analyze and resolve pay gaps due to gender or race and stay in compliance over time. Syndio has over 60 enterprise customers including Nordstrom, Match Group, Target, Adobe and PagerDuty and already more than 1.3 million employe...
Tags: Startups, Workplace, Entrepreneurship, Startup, Earth, Equality, Mars, Seattle, Sxsw, Hugh Forrest, SxSW Pitch, Austin Startups, Microsoft Starbucks, Smith Tower, Seattle coffee, Syndio

Toronto Arrows defeat Seattle 39-17 to remain unbeaten in Major League Rugby

TUKWILA, Wash. — Sam Malcolm's boot accounted for 24 points as the unbeaten Toronto Arrows defeated the defending champion Seattle Seawolves 39-17 in Major League Rugby play Saturday night.The win was a measure of revenge for the Arrows (3-0-0), beaten by Seattle in last season's playoff semifinal. The Seawolves, meanwhile, lost their third straight.Captain Dan Moor scored two tries and vice-captain Lucas Rumball added a single for Toronto, which led 13-7 at the half. Malcolm, a New Ze...
Tags: News, Toronto, Atlanta, Seattle, Arrows, The Canadian Press, Malcolm, Seawolves, Seattle Seawolves, Major League Rugby, Dan Moor, Brock Staller, Sam Malcolm, Toronto Arrows, TUKWILA Wash, Lucas Rumball

Sabres Must Prioritize Picks Over Progress at Trade Deadline

The Buffalo Sabres find themselves at a fork in the road. Currently sitting eight points behind the Toronto Maple Leafs with just a game in hand, they squandered what could have been a potential playoff push. Having lost twice to the Ottawa Senators and once to the Montreal Canadiens since coming off their bye week, the Sabres let their slim playoff hopes slip away. Related: Alexander Mogilny – The Great Russian Enigma While they are eight points back of a playoff spot, they are also ei...
Tags: Sport, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Seattle, Florida Panthers, Montreal Canadiens, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Ottawa Senators, Ryan Miller, Red Wings, Sabres, Pittsburgh Penguins, Jack Eichel

"The Extraordinary Ordinary Prisoner: Essays From Inside America’s Carceral State"

The title of this post is the title of this notable new book authored by Jeremiah Bourgeois. The book is a collection of columns, mostly written while Jeremiah Bourgeois was serving a term of life imprisonment for a crime committed at the age of fourteen. Here is how the work is described at Amazon: On June 7, 2016, an email from a prospective writer appeared in the inbox of The Crime Report, a nonprofit criminal justice news site. The last line in the message caught the editors' attention: “I ...
Tags: Amazon, Supreme Court, Law, America, Bourgeois, Seattle, Carceral State, Seattle Times, Jeremiah, Aberdeen Washington, Douglas A Berman, Jeremiah Bourgeois, Stafford Creek, Tecle Ghebremichale, Michael Trickey

Warren rallies packed Seattle crowd, slams Bloomberg

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren rallied a rowdy crowd in Seattle Saturday night as ballots for Washington state's March 10 presidential primary began arriving in mailboxes of the state’s nearly 4.5 million voters. The Massachusetts senator congratulated Sanders on winning and thanked Nevada for keeping her in the fight.
Tags: News, Washington, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, Bloomberg, Nevada, Seattle, Sanders

Debris Found in Fuel Tanks of 70% of Inspected Boeing 737 Max Jets

(CHICAGO) — Debris has been found in the fuel tanks of 70% of grounded Boeing 737 Max jets that have been inspected by the company, Boeing confirmed on Saturday. Inspectors found the debris in 35 out of about 50 jets that were inspected. They are among 400 built in the past year that Boeing hasn’t been able to deliver to airline customers. Boeing temporarily halted production last month because the planes were grounded after crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people. Although...
Tags: News, Indonesia, Uncategorized, Companies, Chicago, Ethiopia, Aviation, Seattle, Faa, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, Max Jets, Onetime, Wall Street Journal Max

Snow levels to drop as storm pummels Northwest this weekend

Following a drier stretch in the Northwest, another storm is poised to bring rain and snow to the region before the end of the month.After spotty wet weather started off the weekend, a more potent storm tracked into the region Saturday night.After midnight, the storm spread wet weather into the western parts of Washington, before expanding south and east through Sunday morning.Areas west of the Cascades in both Washington and Oregon will remain mostly rain, including cities such as Portland, Ore...
Tags: Science, Montana, Washington, Oregon, US, Idaho, Portland Oregon, Seattle, Accuweather, Cascades, Northwest, Rockies, Pendleton, Spokane, Santiam Pass, Omak

We don’t just need more disabled stories on TV. We need better disabled stories on TV.

The first time I saw myself represented on TV was in 2012. I was a junior in college, and having just discovered Breaking Bad on Netflix (back before Orange is the New Black was even a thing, good god I’m old!), I was amazed to see someone with Cerebral Palsy on my screen. Of course at the time, I don’t think I understood the sheer magnitude of what this meant. For me, it was cool to see someone like that, simply because I had never seen it before.  Fortunately, we’ve come a long way...
Tags: Facebook, TV, Life, Lifestyle, Netflix, Seattle, Grey, Ad Friendly, Queerty, GLAAD, Josh Thomas, O'Connell, Eudora, Carmen Sandiego, Josh Galassi, Shoshannah Stern

How to Find a Job Teaching in Spain

Posted: 2/22/2020 | February 22nd, 2020 Teaching overseas is one of a great way to earn money while you travel, stay in one place longer, and get to deeply experience another culture. I spent years teaching in Thailand and Taiwan and they were some of the most impactful experiences of my traveling. Living in a foreign culture, trying to get by day to day, and learning to create a life for yourself is a surefire way to become a more confident you and give you a deeper understanding of yourself. ...
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