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A leading music school in Washington State, The Academy of Music Northwest provides different levels of rigorous college-prep music classes and extensive performance opportunities for talented young musicians between the ages of 4 -18.
It's been nearly seven years since Little Rock native Christopher Denny released his debut album, Age Old Hunger .
When Barack Obama visits the liberal ATM machine again today in Seattle , it is not likely he will be answering questions about federal support for eastern Washington wildfire operations, nor about yesterday's decision by Texas Gov. Rick Perry to take decisive action against the tidal wave of illegal immigration along the state's border with ... (more)
Raw, vegan, gluten-free, paleo. In Seattle, where elimination diets abound, I'm a convinced and happy omnivore.
The Daily Troll: I-90 traffic: Could've been worse. Wildfires ease a bit. New home for City Attorney offices.
In the midst of a 24-hour fundraising swing through Los Angeles, President Barack Obama will speak Thursday at Los Angeles Trade- Technical College, and a limited number of free tickets will be available to the public beginning tomorrow.
Selling juice. That's Adam Bligh's backup plan if the city tells him to shut down his medical marijuana dispensary.
The bishops of America's Episcopal Church will elect a new Presiding Bishop next July.
Seattle-based artist, Kristen Ramirez, was inspired by the community of Bothell and the architecture of the Wayne Tunnel on the Burke-Gilman Trail as she designed the artwork now gracing the inside of the tunnel.
Cheese Wizards The Seattle tech community welcomed with open arms Bo and his little brother Tom Saxbe's playful double-decker safety-yellow grilled-cheese truck two years ago.
The trial for the man accused of gunning down a Broadway Market QFC wine steward in 2012 is slated to begin next month, according to court documents.
The 73-foot La Rata Bastarda, still showing damage from the 2013 April Fools' Day fire, sits moored near the site of the former Peninsula Plywood mill to be towed to Canada.
In his poem "Bubbs Creek Haircut," Beat poet Gary Snyder drew on impressions from a trip through Seattle in the mid-1950s: Seattle has the best for logger gear once found a pair of good tricouni boots at the under-the-public-market store, Mark Tobey's scene, torn down I hear-a Not so fast, Snyder.
The 2014 West Seattle Garden tour features ten locations that combine beautiful garden design and outdoor living with community service.
Advice to business owners: Running a business has to be your life, said co-owner Sultan Ocak.
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