Another beautiful Monday morning here in Seattle as we ring in the month of October. A few exciting things around the web today:
1. This morning, the first Boeing 787 operated by All Nippon Airways landed for commercial service at Sea-Tac Airport. The Dreamliner took passengers to a terminal gate and prepared for its departure back to Tokyo. All Nippon Airways was Boeing's first customer for the new fuel-efficient widebody twinjet and began the Seattle-Tokyo route in July. To see photos of the celebratory landing, click here.
2. Another successful weekend for Overlake Hospital's Eastside Vitality Health Fair as the main campus' doors were open for free screenings, tours, raffles, and giveaways. This was the final Saturday of October's Eastside Vitality Health Month, but there will be another open house Health Fair at the Issaquah Clinic on November 10th.
3. Seattle's Space Needle is getting a new roof design for its 50th Anniversary and we get the opportunity to vote on our favorite look! On the Space Needle's website, six awesome choices are listed and will be available for voting until October 20th. The new design will be announced the following day. Click here to cast your vote!