seattletimes.com year in review | Best videos you may have missed
Posted by Tiffany Campbell
In 2010, seattletimes.com's talented videographers told visual stories about homelessness, a wrestler without forearms, a very special touchdown and a lot more. Here are some of the stories you may have missed:
Seniors for Sale | Series trailer: Seattle Times presents an investigative series Seniors for Sale: Exploiting the aged and frail in Washington's adult family homes. Find out more at seattletimes.com/seniorsforsale.
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A child's perspective on homelessness: Kim Ahern and son Jack, 9, lived at Nickelsville, only tent city in King County that allows children on a long-term basis, as she searched for housing after moving to Seattle in April 2010. More on this project at seattletimes.com/invisiblefamilies.
Electron Boy: The Make-A-Wish Foundation made 13-year old Erik Martin's dream of becoming a superhero come true. Read the story here.
Preschool in the Forest: Cedarsong Nature School on Vashon Island offers a program set completely in the woods, no matter the weather. Read the story.
Eyewitnesses describe Harris-Moore capture in the Bahamas: Kenny Strachan, security director at the Romora Bay Resort & Marina, and Ronald Billiot, a yacht boat captain, describe the events that led to Colton Harris-Moore's capture and arrest in the Bahamas on July 11, 2010. Read the story.
No excuses: A.J. Leitch wrestles without forearms | Born without forearms, Sammamish High School's A.J. Leitch overcomes the effects of TAR syndrome on the wrestling mat. Read the story.
Dying after handling lifesaving drugs: After spending 23 years mixing treatments for chemotherapy patients, Sue Crump was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer. She is one of several health care workers who believe that their workplace exposure to the chemicals led to later illness. Read the story.
Vectorial Elevation: Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's interactive art installation "Vectorial Elevation" allows online users to "light sculpt" over English Bay during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver BC.
Mark Rahner | Fatal distraction: Seattle Times reporter Mark Rahner cruises around a driving course while talking on his phone and texting. Read the story.
Images of Fall: Seattle Times photographer Steve Ringman captures scenes of autumn with his iPhone in the Seattle area.
Ike Ditzenberger's touchdown: With the cooperation of the Lake Stevens football team, Ike Ditzenberger, who has Down syndrome and plays for the Snohomish High School football team, scored a 51-yard touchdown during a September 24 game at Snohomish. Read the story.