Have a 'Man Cave" or a 'She Shed' that you'd like to show off to everyone in the Yakima Valley and Central Washington? Here's your chance (without having to let hundreds of people traipse through your house!)
Earlier tonight (April 26) on KIMA-TV's Action News, Sports Director Alan Sillence pulled back the curtain to his own office to reveal his collection of memorabilia that he has held on to during his tenured career in television covering sports in the Yakima Valley and Central Washington.
After decades of collecting sports and music memorabilia, only to have it sit in boxes collecting dust, I FINALLY am making my dream of displaying all of my goods in my very own "Man Cave" that I have always dreamed of having!
On January 8th, 2011, seismic activity was recorded at the University of Washington around the area of, then, Qwest Field, when Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch exploded for a spectacular 67-yard touchdown run which has come to be known as the "Beast Quake".
Congrats, Seahawks fans! Your superstitions and rituals really worked on Sunday (January 3)!
While the Seahawks (again!) played to exactly the level of their opponent for three quarters, the Seahawks finally broke loose in the fourth for a comeback 26-23 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in a ga…