On Memorial Day: Museum of Flight’s B-17 “Flying Fortress” flies skies over Seattle area

SEATTLE: The B-17 bomber, a plane that helped the United States win World War II, was in the Seattle area this weekend, and not just on display. For a price, people also get to soar on the vintage aircraft. The B-17 was at the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field. If you missed it, it […]

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Seattle Aquarium’s harbor seal gets in the act

Posted by: Dean Rutz Siku, one of three resident harbor seals at the Seattle Aquarium, wanted to join the construction-worker portrait in the new habitat that she and two companions will occupy. The new habitat opens to the public June 1. Turner construction workers Baird Lehman, left, Aaron “Rambo” Weston, Robb Rankin and Ian Hamm pose […]

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The Museum of Flight Names Star After Seattle Southside Tourism Executive

At Annual Meeting, Museum Honors Katherine Kertzman with Star Named in Her Honor for Years of Dedication to Tourism Industry Trip Switzer from The Museum of Flight awards Katherine Kertzman with a start named in her honor. Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/2013/05/13/4857773/the-museum-of-flight-names-star.html#storylink=cpy Published: May 13, 2013  SEATTLE: Katherine Kertzman, Executive Director of Seattle Southside Visitor Services (www.seattlesouthside.com), […]

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Museum of Flight to Acquire Lockheed Model 10 Electra via “Project Amelia”

by WarbirdsUpdate on MAY 12, 2013 in AVIATION MUSEUM NEWS The Museum of Flight’s Lockheed Model 10 Electra, is restored with the colors and markings of Earhart’s plane. (Image Credit: The Museum of Flight) The Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington is well along in its efforts to fund “Project Amelia“which would see the museum acquire a restored and in flying condition Lockheed […]

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Museum of Flight’s “Project Amelia” to land historic plane for Earhart exhibit

By Steve Shay 05/03/2013 Top photo by Steve Shay, Bottom photo courtesy Museum of Flight Top photo: Noted long-time Northwest/Delta Airlines pilot, Anne Simpson, a Museum of Flight trustee, is helping a fundraising effort to purchase a restored 1935 Lockheed Electra Model 10-E (pictured below) for a permanent Amelia Earhart exhibit, the same type of […]

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Man travels 6,000 miles for procedure at Overlake

By: KEEGAN PROSSER Bellevue Reporter Staff Writer MAY 1, 2013 · UPDATED 1:23 PM KEEGAN PROSSER, BELLEVUE REPORTER Maria Escalona laughs with her husband, Eduardo Engler, after he underwent his second atrial fibrillation ablation surgery at Overlake Medical Center on Friday, April 26. The cardiology department at Overlake Medical Center has long been recognized as one […]

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GeekWire Radio: How data, technology and analytics are reshaping education-WGU

March 9, 2013 at 4:33 am by Todd Bishop Our topic this week on the GeekWire radio show: The future of education, and how technology is changing the experience of learning in the classroom and at home. Joining me as guest host is Frank Catalano, the GeekWire columnist who works as aneducation technology consultant. He’s just back from a […]

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