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10 movies for Valentine's Day
Grab a bowl of popcorn and cuddle up to your mate for a night of romantic movies.

Better Homes and Gardens Magazine's top 10 romantic movies:
1. "When Harry Met Sally," 1989
2. "Pride & Prejudice," 2005
3. "Pretty Woman," 1990
4. "While You Were Sleeping," 1995
5. "Sleepless in Seattle," 1993
6. "An Officer and a Gentleman," 1982
7. "The Notebook," 2004
8. "Bridget Jones's Diary,"
9. "Bull Durham," 1988
10. "Casablanca," 1942

The New Landing In Renton!

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What's Coming toThe Landing?
Wide, vibrant sidewalks—lined with lively cafes, dynamic retail shops and cozy residential buildings—will encourage pedestrians to stroll throughout the varied streets. A collection of restaurants surrounding a strong retail core will create a venue vibrant enough to be a year-round destination.
At the heart of The Landing is The District at The Landing, a pedestrian friendly area that will offer the urban ambiance of a lively city street. Winding through the pedestrian village, visitors will find a 14-screen, stadium-seat Regal Cinema, as well as numerous specialty retailers and unique restaurants to enjoy before or after a movie. The District at The Landing will feature The Landing Place, an entertainment gathering spot with outdoor seating and playful amenities, and 10th Street, a fashionable "Main Street" to stroll and explore.

"Hometown Heros" offer discounts to Police, Firefighters & Boeing employees!

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1212 100th St. S.E., Everett
Prices
From $294,000.
Builder; The Companies of Bonterra Homes, Inc.
Information; 206-313-6563 or Jill@Windermere.com

Fresh starts don't come along every day. But at Greenfield Park -- near the heart of Everett's quickest conveniences and simplest commutes -- a gated community of three- and four-bedroom homes is ready with a sense of comfort for homebuyers seeking confidence in the future.
It's a commitment Greenfield Park developer Bonterra Homes takes seriously. That's why this veteran Snohomish County homebuilder wants to give responsible buyers a boost with its "zero stress" series of financing packages, including its "Hometown Heroes" feature. This offer invites teachers, police officers and firefighters to enjoy an extra $1,500 bonus, while Boeing employees receive a $3,000 bonus, on top of its latest "zero down/zero closing" offers.
When enhanced by the high level of finishes found throughout these three-level …