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A designer reveals his latest update for a massive waterfront park that would stretch 26 blocks along Elliott Bay once the Alaskan Way Viaduct is demolished.
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WEST SEATTLE LIONS: The weekly meeting will feature King County Assessor Lloyd Hara with an update on local property values.
Trap: The Great Wheel Is it cruel to pick on the new kid? It's great in a lot of ways and adds some whimsy to the waterfront, but it is also the ultimate tourist trap.
In the last six months Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, together, have apparently purchased over $5 million dollars in Seattle real estate.
Draze, also known as Dumisani Maraire Jr., has an unequalled lineage in the Pacific Northwest: Born in Seattle, he is the son of Dumisani Maraire , the marimba superstar from Zimbabwe who became a University of Washington ethnomusicologist while igniting a musical movement throughout Oregon, Washington and beyond.
By the end of the 1920s, Seattle's waterfront was crowded with docks and its skyline was getting taller.
Across from the Seattle Center on Mercer Street, there's a white, pre-fabricated, nondescript building with a couple of flags outside.
Heavy rain caused traffic backups and dozens of accidents Wednesday morning as the National Weather Service issued a flood watch and warned of more copious rainfall to come Wednesday night and Thursday.
An artist's rendering shows a seasonal pool barge tied up at Piers 62 and 63. It is one of the concepts developed for the coming Waterfront Park.
Suzanne Griffin was traveling by horseback on her way to a remote clinic in the Bamyian Province of Afghanistan.
Rain today, rain tomorrow: National Weather Service says the rain may let up a bit later today, but it's not going away.
King County prosecutors this morning charged Byron White, 17, with first-degree murder in connection with the fatal shooting of David L. Peterson on Feb.23 in Seattle's Greenwood neighborhood.
The world is rife with rock biographies these days, and the wise reader chooses carefully.
Fifteenth-century Arabs were the first to cultivate coffee and a Frenchman was behind the 1843 debut of the world's first commercial espresso machine.
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The 86th annual Blessing of the Fleet will take place at Fishermen's Memorial site at Fishermen's Terminal March 9 at 2 p.m. Pastor Laurie Jones of Ballard First Lutheran Church will lead the ceremony and will offer words of hope for the fishing fleet to bring a good fishing harvest, safe travels, and that the fleet be good stewards of "the ... (more)