ReMax broker Sonia Grunberg gives a tour of the second large home built by Ruston founder and smelting magnate William Ross Rust. It is now for sale by the Williams family, Tacoma's vintage apartment kings.
VIDEO: Tacoma's (second) Rust Mansion
Inside a historic Tacoma home
Gig Harbor home marries historic with modern
How to make a house for mason bees
Tiny houses are big because they're so small
Romancing the home: Ruston property returns to the '40s
WATCH: Basement transformed into amazing vintage movie theater
VIDEO: Spring blooms at Olympia's Bark & Garden
VIDEO: The new Tacoma Tool Library
Watch: Fife’s Mark, Cooper Schelbert hoping to lead No. 6 Fife back to state playoffs
2018 March for Life draws over 5000 to the Capitol
"Mason bees are the most prolific pollinators," says Robert Girvin, a Tacoma doctor who's been keeping mason bees for four years. "They're child-friendly, don't sting and are easy to manage. It's something easy you can do to improve the local environment." Girvin shows how you can make your own house for mason bees.
Olympia homeowner David Williams along with former MGM and Paramount studios' set designer Thomas Polidori offer their thoughts during a July 10th tour of the basement area which was turn it into a replica London street from the 1930s, including an Art Deco theater, faux storefronts, cobblestones, manholes, neon signs etc. Scaled down from an actual period commercial movie house a state-of-the-art theater featuring digital access to most any film caps-off the experience.
Fife coach Mark Schelbert and his son Cooper Schelbert have the Trojans off to a 14-3 start. But life isn't always the easiest thing when you're playing for your father. They and Eli Graham talk about their team chemistry.
March for Life organization president Noreen McEntee Hobson welcomes an estimated crowd of over 5,000 pro-life supporters who gathered on the steps of the Legislative Building in Olympia for the 40th Annual Washington State March for Life rally on Jan. 22.