Tokyo House Collective is a house music movement started by DJ MIXTURE, DJ SILVERFOX, HYBRID VIBES & DJ VA who all live and DJ on a regular basis in Tokyo Clubland. The aim of Tokyo House Collective is to bring the house feeling back to tokyo for 2015 with high end House Music events at various venues in Tokyo. We are all House Music luvers and want to bring Disco Funky, Soulful, Deep, Uk Garage and Broken Beats back to the Tokyo Dance Floor in a positve way. With the rise of Electonic Dance ...
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Daley shared on Instagram that he knitted a cozy for his medal to keep it from getting scratched — a Union Jack on one side and a Japanese flag on the other. He says knitting helps keep him grounded.By KUOW Staff
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The U.S. is once again the Olympic champion in women's individual all-around gymnastics. Despite the absence of the superstar Simone Biles, Sunisa Lee kept the American streak alive.By Tom Goldman
Simone Biles withdrew from the event as she continues to work through what she calls mental health challenges. Biles acknowledges suffering from a phenomenon called: the twisties.By Tom Goldman
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks to Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware — one of the senators who helped to negotiate the infrastructure deal. The measure covers everything from bridges to broadband.By KUOW Staff
A bipartisan group of Senators worked out the details on how to pay for a massive infrastructure plan. But it faces a host of hurdles in Congress, including from members of both parties.By Sarah McCammon
Generations of viewers know Ron Popeil for pushing the Veg-O-Matic and the Pocket Fisherman — to name a few. He popularized phrases like, "But wait - there's more," and "Now how much would you pay?"By KUOW Staff
A lot of people believe, when switching to electric vehicles, they would miss the smell of gasoline. The carmaker claims gasoline ranks more popular than the smell of wine and cheese.By KUOW Staff
A bipartisan infrastructure deal clears its first hurdle. Biden is expected to announce that civilian federal employees must be vaccinated against COVID-19. Global warming drives extreme weather.By KUOW Staff
The U.S. Capitol has more than 200 sculptures honoring notable figures in history. But only 14 feature women. A bipartisan group of Senators is joining forces to change that.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman about her discussions with Chinese officials. She is the highest-ranking Biden administration official to visit China so far.By KUOW Staff
Weather-wise, it's been a disastrous summer. Scientists say climate change is driving deadly weather disasters around the world, as hotter temperatures produce deeper droughts and heavier rains.By Noel King
On July 4, President Biden celebrated independence from COVID-19. But he's again asking Americans to put on masks, and is talking about requiring vaccinations. What does that mean for him politically?By Sarah McCammon