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Top Seattle news: Couple clueless as to when they will get off ship; Seahawks promote coaches; more

Top Seattle news: Couple clueless as to when they will get off ship; Seahawks promote coaches; more
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By Hoodline - Published on March 11, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Seattle.

Hugely popular Korean dessert shop Milkie Milkie opens its first Seattle location

Korean dessert specialist Milkie Milkie Dessert Cafe — which has already established a hugely popular restaurant in Edmonds — opened up its first Seattle location right in the heart of the Chinatown International-District.

Read the full story on Eater Seattle.

Despite docking, Seattle couple still doesn't know when they’ll get off Grand Princess cruise ship

While Greg and Cathy Rafanelli are playing the waiting game, they're still in good spirits and plan to do more cruises.

Read the full story on KGW.

Seattle Seahawks awarded three compensatory picks for 2020 NFL draft

The Seahawks receive a third-round pick for losing safety Earl Thomas to the Baltimore Ravens during last year's free agency. The fourth rounder is for cornerback Justin Coleman (Detroit Lions) and the sixth is for defensive tackle Shamar Stephen (Minnesota Vikings).

Read the full story on SeattlePI .

Report: Seahawks promote assistant coaches Dave Canales, Austin Davis

The Seattle Seahawks are promoting quarterbacks coach Dave Canales to pass-game coordinator, and making assistant Austin Davis the new QB coach, according to a report Tuesday from Sports Illustrated.

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

How to help local theatre companies bracing for potentially ‘catastrophic’ impacts from COVID-19

Co-Executive Director of Nordo, Erin Brindley, loves to find ways to breathe life into the performances on stage. But now she is trying to breathe life into her theatre company in Pioneer Square as COVID-19 threatens to shut down the arts industry. 

Read the full story on Q13FOX.


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