I've taken a long sabbatical from the site because of an overdose of dealing with websites and people suffering from Dunning-Kruger Syndrome. Seriously, 20 years of looking at badly designed websites takes its toll, but like John Wick, I'm back. Bad websites: Prepare to get shot in the face a la John Wick. Click picture for my feelings on the matter. This year there's less emphasis on using Over-The-Top websites—mostly because I've separated them into their own document The 12 Worst Over-The-Top Websites of —and started discussing mobile mistakes along with more serious design flaws. This shouldn't be a surprise as the world is seeing a quantifiable move from the desktop to mobile.
WMEA - Washington Music Educators Association
Tirelessly working behind the scenes on the behalf of his community, Mr. Hayden is credited with spending a dozen years as voluntary legal counsel to promote creating a new link between Tacoma and the Key Peninsula. Hayden's support for building a Tacoma Narrows Bridge was far-reaching. Providing legal support to county commissioners, authoring legal documents, appearing before the state's Supreme Court, serving on committees and on the Chamber of Commerce's Board of Trustees, Mr. Hayden used every venue available to him to promote and support the bridge concept. Hayden was one of the original subscribers to the Narrows bridge working fund created in He was a member of the Narrows bridge committee since it was organized," according to a story printed in the Tacoma News Tribune after his death in
12 Washington Bands You Should Listen To Now
Our rules for choosing an iconic bar were simple: it has to have been around since at least , it has to be famous, and people need to still love going there. Sometimes this bar is a dive. Sometimes it's in a fancy hotel where former presidents have had a drink or two. But for whatever reason, these 51 bars have stood the test of time, broken bottles, and health inspections, and they keep bringing the crowds back in. So here are the most iconic bars in every state and DC!
Because you love drinking, you love history, and, of course, you love the history of drinking, we've tracked down the oldest bar, tavern, or pub in each of the 50 states Now obviously, tracing bars through time is an admittedly inaccurate science, especially in a country that once banned booze. Some bars opened, closed, and reopened again years later; some burned down and were rebuilt; others moved buildings, changed names, turned into post offices, or stopped serving alcohol all together. And still others, amazingly, remain the longest, continuous-running, liquor-pouring establishments in their great states, having weathered Prohibition by peddling turkey sandwiches and O'Doul's.