#tbt this sickass picture I took of the Space Needle from the roof of my #belltown apartment. Missing #seattle so much! 😭
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Everyday Music in Seattle. The last time I set foot in a record shop was probably when “Our Price” still existed! It was great to flick through the CD’s looking through the artwork and not swiping or typing!! #everydaymusic#seattle
Meet @kep_photos: the amazing photographer who not only helped us shoot for Issue 8, but also has a great story about starting her business as a teen and how she grew along with her career. 🌿 Let’s get to know her!
Kailee was raised in Washington her whole life and has been taking photos since she was 13. She began taking photos professionally at 15 and runs her own photography business full time now! She loves flowers, coffee (mainly Starbucks), and her family and friends. She loves serving the special needs community due to her beautiful sister Abbey. She is her biggest inspiration!
What do you do when you have unlimited money? Build your own rainforest in the middle of a city, of course. @amazon took a cue from its namesake and opened a workspace filled with 40,000 (!!!) plants from around the world. The @seattlespheres are intended for Amazon employees to enjoy...up to a point. Their ID badges track how much time they spend inside, so no one’s going to be starting a new life in the artificial wilderness.
We woke up to snow on the ground, but now it’s sunny and Klaus is lovin’ the catio. If you’re heading to New Jersey in April for @cpcatconvention, definitely don’t forget to get your Klaus meet-and-greet tickets and help us officially launch the Oskar & Klaus Foundation! 🐾 Put your paws on the link in our bio for tickets and share with your Klaus-loving friends. [In the pic: Klaus soaks up the sun on the top perch of his catio enclosure. Seattle downtown is visible behind him.]
Not tagging Richardson doesn’t mean the Seahawks don’t want to keep him & the two sides will continue negotiating a long-term deal.
But if Seattle used the tag, it would then be obligated to pay Richardson $14.5 million in 2018 (tags are an average of the top five salaries at a player’s position or a 120 percent raise from the previous year, whichever is higher) & that number would also likely serve as a starting point for any long-term negotiations.
While Seattle would like to work out a long-term deal with Richardson — who turned 27 in November — paying him $14.5 million or more per season (and that would also be his cap number for 2018) isn’t tenable for the Seahawks.
Hit the link in the profile to read the full article from the Seattle Times.
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