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Natalie Guevara

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Edmonds, WA, United States

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Past articles by Natalie:

Happy winter solstice: Longer days ahead in Seattle

Tuesday marks 2021's winter solstice, the shortest day of the year. → Read More

Moving to Seattle? Don't make these 13 mistakes

Just moved to Seattle? Here are some things to avoid to out yourself as a transplant. → Read More

41 years ago: Mount St. Helens woke up and blew her top

On March 21, 1980, tucked into the eighth page of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer was a... → Read More

Today in history: Adult show 'Girls of the Galaxy' shut down at 1962 Seattle World's Fair

Show Street featured adult-only entertainment. Partially nude women could be found at... → Read More

These are the mistakes people make when they first move to Seattle

You can hardly walk a block in Seattle without passing some transplants. → Read More

As COVID-19 spreads in Seattle area, here's how to stay social while social distancing

Social distancing is likely to feel isolating for those forced out of their workplaces and out of school. So what can you do to stay social during social distancing? → Read More

5 COVID-19 cases confirmed at Boeing Everett; 2 additional tests returned negative

Boeing's Everett plant has confirmed five cases of COVID-19. An additional two workers there were tested, but tests came back negative. → Read More

Here's how every county in Washington state voted in the Democratic primary

The deadline to vote has passed, and results are beginning to drop across Washington state. But how did your neighbors vote? → Read More

Why Washington is still springing forward even though a bill passed in 2019 to remain on DST forever

Even though the state legislature passed a bill earlier this year that would allow Washington to remain permanently on daylight saving time, residents should still wind their clocks back one hour early Sunday morning. The problem is, staying permanently on daylight saving time has not yet been recognized by the federal government. States that currently do not recognize DST, Hawaii and most of… → Read More

Bouncing baby boy! Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo welcomes infant gorilla

Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo welcomed a bouncing baby boy gorilla on Wednesday, March 4 at 2:48 a.m. The infant, who does not yet have a name, was born to first-time mother Uzumma, 12, and Kwame, 20. Kwame came to Woodland Park Zoo in 2018 from Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C. It may be a few weeks before Uzumma and her baby will be outdoors for viewing. Zoo officials are monitoring… → Read More

King County to buy Kent Econo Lodge to use as quarantine site for novel coronavirus

King County plans to use a motel in Kent as a quarantine facility for those infected with novel coronavirus. → Read More

Why Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is one of the worst when you're running late

When flying through Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, save yourself a headache and arrive early. → Read More

Call me! Blondie to perform at ZooTunes at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo on Aug. 23

It's not yet spring, but midday sunshine and recent dry weather in Seattle has us hanging on the telephone thinking of summer. Same with the folks at Woodland Park Zoo , apparently, who made their first ZooTunes lineup announcement this week. → Read More

Study: Seattle is one of the top 10 cities with the highest populations of six-figure salary earners

In the Seattle metro area, where the average wage was over $50,000 -- and 13.1% of employed people make over $100,000. That's the fifth-highest population of six-figure salary earners among the country's large cities, according to a new study by ecommerce site Volusion. → Read More

Macklemore named creative director of cold brew for Oregon-based Dutch Bros Coffee

Macklemore has been named a creative director of cold brew for Oregon-based Dutch Bros Coffee. → Read More

Shopping for a new car? In Seattle, you might want to consider buying these models lightly used

It's well-known that when buying a car, a person is likely to save money by buying used. In Seattle, it pays to buy a GMC Sierra 1500, where the price difference from a new to one-year-old car is -41.5%. → Read More

Sunny weather to continue in Seattle through the end of the week before wet weather returns

Sunshine lovers, prepare for a few more days of rays in Seattle . → Read More

Chinta, female orangutan and oldest animal at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo, died Tuesday at 51

The oldest animal at Seattle 's Woodland Park Zoo died Tuesday morning -- the day before its 52nd birthday. In addition to being the oldest animal at the zoo, Chinta, a female orangutan, was one of the oldest orangutans in North America. → Read More

Nintendo brings pop-up Switch Lounges to 4 U.S. airports, including Seattle-Tacoma International

Nintendo is bringing a little fun to some airports across the country -- including Seattle -Tacoma International Airport -- by bringing Switch lounges to entertain busy travelers. → Read More

Love is in the air: Swans, warthogs to make debut at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo for Valentine's Day

Love is in the air at Woodland Park Zoo as Valentine's Day approaches -- making a perfectly appropriate time for a pair of swans and a duo of warthog sisters to make their debut. → Read More