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3 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog
Thursday night was the last of this year's six Summer Concerts at Hiawatha , presented for the sixth consecutive year by the Admiral Neighborhood Association , whose president David Whiting shares this wrap-up: The Admiral Neighborhood Association would like to thank all of our sponsors that contributed to make the Hiawatha Summer Concerts ... (more)
7 hrs ago | Canon City Daily Record Newspaper
Alex Mitchell, left, and Jim Tipke stand in front of Jim's Barber Shop at 628 1/2 Main St. According to the archives at the Royal Gorge Regional Museum and History Center, the first barber shop to operate at 628 1 2 Main St. was owned by Thomas Robinson in 1905.
10 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Bumbershoot 2014 is upon us! The annual mash-up of arts, comedy and music starts today at Seattle Center.
14 hrs ago | Windsor Beacon
At one of the oldest gay taverns in the city's Boystown neighborhood, the regulars were sharing a laugh over what they had seen the night before at their watering hole: a gaggle of straight women.
The 13th Annual Fremont County Senior Fair is from 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 12 at Evangelical-Free Church located at 3000 E. Main.
A rooftop terrace is planned for the area between the project's 11-story office and 36-story residential buildings.
You know what they say: When God closes a door, he opens a window. Unfortunately, burglars often climb through those open windows.
A bicyclist was killed Friday morning after she was struck by large box truck in downtown Seattle, police officials said.
A cyclist was killed in this morning's commute after being struck by a vehicle on the notoriously-dangerous-for-cyclists 2nd Avenue, confirms Seattle Police Department spokesman Sergeant Sean Whitcomb.
On Saturday, August 30 the brand new Toronado Seattle celebrates its grand opening.
"I've never seen my neighborhood so upset and unified" as it is against the building of micro-apartments, says Jules James, a resident and triplex owner in the changing Eastlake neighborhood of Seattle.
Before that, however, he designed many notable homes and apartment buildings on his own, including this house, 2271 Westmont Way W. Born in New Westminister, British Columbia, on March 27, 1896, Bain apprenticed with several Seattle architects at age 19, earned an architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania and then returned to Seattle, ... (more)
There are plenty of happy pooches in Seattle during the summer! They get to run, swim, and explore with their owners often with plenty of panting involved.
There is palpable excitement in Michael Seiwerath's voice as he's standing in the foyer of the near-finished 12th Ave Arts building .
Sometimes the employees at Cody are shooting fitness videos on a beach in Miami, and then other times they're working out on yoga mats in a beautiful loft on Capitol Hill.
The latest outage was reported just before 4:30 a.m. Thursday and is affecting 3151 customers in the Capitol Hill, First Hill, Central District, Wedgwood and Laurelhurst neighborhoods.
There he attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. He auditioned for Broadway shows and made a living by walking dogs, catering and other odd jobs.
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