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Watershed Rewind: 2016 [PHOTOS]

By year five, Watershed was really cooking. 2016 became an iconic year with a double weekend of Watershed to celebrate which gave even more of us the opportunity to see the festival. Enjoy a look at what this year brought not one but two Watershed Weekends. Watershed  

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Watershed Rewind: 2015 [PHOTOS]

The Gorge Amphitheatre is one of the most iconic natural backdrops for live music and while other music festivals surely bring great fun, we don’t think there is anything like Watershed. Rewind with us to 2015 during this years Watershed Weekend.

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Watershed Rewind: 2014 [PHOTOS]

Looking back at past Watershed Festivals reminds us not only of the growth of so many artists, from the Next From Nashville stage to later we will see them on the mainstage, but also all the amazing performances we got to experience! Relive Watershed 2014 with us in our photo gallery as we celebrate Watershed Weekend.

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Watershed Rewind: 2013 [PHOTOS]

Taking a look back year-by-year at Watershed. While Year 1 was an unknown for what everyone was getting themselves into, 2013 we knew the weekend of fun that we were getting ourselves into at The Gorge. Take a look back with us at #WatershedWeekend 2013.

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #319 Friday 07/31/20

The heat is getting to us, Ryder is sitting in front of the A/C, Sprinklers, whatever he can do. 11 years ago Western Washington hit our all-time record heat numbers. Where were you?I woke up in a strange place in a strange bed, Fitz does a reading of Too many People in this Tub, Claire…

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Watershed Rewind: 2012 [PHOTOS]

While this year might has taken Watershed Year 9 from us, it won’t take away the great memories of Country music at The Gorge we have had each summer. Enjoy a look back with us over what would have been #WatershedWeekend 2020 as we take a visual rewind, starting with Watershed 2012!

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Latest Coronavirus News

Dr. Fauci expresses concerns over how protests can spark a second wave of COVID-19

David ‘Dee’ Delgado/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — With thousands of protestors across America demanding justice for George Floyd, health officials have raised concerns over how the lack of social distancing seen in the crowds will affect future cases of COVID-19.   Speaking to Good Morning America on Wednesday, the nation’s leading expert on infectious diseases Doctor Anthony Fauci is worried of how the demonstrations will affect the …

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Nanotech breakthrough means reliable COVID-19 test results in minutes

iStock/wildpixel(MARYLAND) — Nanoparticles — tiny materials that can be programmed to do various functions — were once the stuff of science fiction, but now real-life science is seeing them pressed into service in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.  Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have found a way to use plasmonic gold nanoparticles to detect the COVID-19 …

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AMC theater chain lays out plan for reopening

iStock/Nattakorn ManeeratThe AMC theater chain laid out an ambitious plan on Tuesday to have almost all of its theaters open sometime in July.  The plan includes partnering with companies like Clorox to create theatre environments as safe and clean as possible, educating theatergoers on how to keep safe, and looking into high tech sanitation techniques, including the use of electrostatic …

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‘Days of Our Lives’ star Judi Evans almost had her legs amputated due to COVID-19

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic(NEW YORK) — It’s been a rough month for Days of Our Lives star Judi Evans, who contracted COVID-19 while in the hospital recovering from a serious horseback riding accident. Howie Tiger Simon, a rep for the 55-year-old actress gave an update on her condition in a Facebook post on Monday, reporting she experienced “mild” coronavirus symptoms — like fever, …

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