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I Love You Just the Way You Almost Are

Alexander from Bothell has asked us for help with his girlfriend Stephanie and her obsession with filters on social media. He was at first concerned but is now actually annoyed that she can’t seem to post a normal regular picture of herself because he feels like it’s dishonest. He says even when he posts something…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #320 Monday 08/03/20

Drew and Claire are in perpetual pain from moving all weekend but Fitz cheers us up with an unexpected Dad Joke about Christopher Columbus! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a wedding video goes viral when the Bride and the Groom’s Mom get into a shouting match, a man who lost his “unit”…

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Cameron McKay of the US Navy

Who among us can say they are excited every day they go to work? Well most of the men and women who serve aboard our nation's naval vessels, can make that claim proudly. While we commute, they launch planes, missiles, or Helicopters and it’s an adventure every day. Today we salute Chief Boatswain's Mate Cameron…

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Watershed Rewind: 2019 [PHOTOS]

While recounting the past Watershed Weekends has made us a little sad to have not had one this year, it has made us realize those moments beyond just the great music and venue that have made Watershed the amazing weekend it is. We can’t wait until 2021, but until then, let’s rewind on a photo recap of last year!

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Watershed Rewind: 2018 [PHOTOS]

It feels like we are at that Watershed Weekend moment where you realize that it is the afternoon on the third day and the whole amazing weekend is going to end as we make this post, a look back at the Watershed 2018.

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Watershed Rewind: 2017 [PHOTOS]

Watershed 2017 was the “earliest” Watershed ever, starting July 28th and being one of the few Watershed’s that didn’t have at least one day taking place in August. That didn’t have an change to the amount of fun and sunburns received. Take a look back for Watershed Weekend in our Photo Gallery from 2017.

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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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