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2 hrs ago | Magnolia News

Metro rerouting buses during viaduct closure

King County Metro Transit is warning riders to prepare for upcoming transit delays and reroutes on state Route 99 and Aurora Avenue North as the state closes sections of the roadway for construction from 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22, through 5 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 27. Seventeen routes will be directly affected by delays, reroutes or both during the ... (more)


6 hrs ago |

Bruce Lee life exhibit coming to Seattle in three-year show at Wing Luke Museum

Bruce Lee is buried next to his son Brandon Lee in Seattle's Lake View Cemetery on Capitol Hill.


6 hrs ago | Newsday

10 things to do in Seattle

It's a year-round farmers market and a visual riot of vegetable, seafood, cheese and flower stalls along with handicrafts and tourist-friendly knickknacks.


8 hrs ago | Brooklynvegan

The Wytches streaming LP, made a video, touring, playing CMJ and two other NYC shows

UK psych garage punks The Wytches are a week away from releasing their debut album, Annabel Dream Reader , on Partisan Records .


12 hrs ago | Fox News

Awesome skyscrapers across US

Masterpieces of modern architecture that appeal to the superhero in all of us, skyscrapers are also major magnets for fast, upward-moving "ground-to-cloud" lightning.


16 hrs ago | Seattle Press


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.


Tue Aug 19, 2014

Seattle Weekly

Seattle's Long Road to Socialism

The city was quiet and the traffic light as we passed Boeing Field, Rainier Brewery, and old red-brick houses perched atop Beacon Hill, where windows sparkled with Christmas color.


Ballard News-Tribune

The King of all herbs can be found in Ballard

The Ballard farmers market has a dose of new mushroom exploration for mycophiles to enjoy.


Magnolia News

QA author Daheim brings mysteries closer to home

Mary Daheim's new mystery "Clam Wake" will release this month. The series is based on a former Queen Anne bed and breakfast.


a Chorus Line Set for First Spotlight Night of 5th Avenue Theatre's 2014-15 Season Tonight

The 5th Avenue Theatre welcomes audiences to the first Spotlight Night of the 2014/15 season with a free exclusive preview of the show where hopes and dreams take center stage, A Chorus Line.


The Stranger

The Morning News: Drive-By Shooting in West Seattle Nearly Hits a Girl

In West Seattle last night, 15 to 20 shots were fired from a red car near 23rd Avenue SW and SW Juneau Street.


Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

Math deems Capitol Hill the best place to live in the country

According to D.C. urban planner Dave Munson , who appears to know plenty more about math than we do, Capitol Hill is the best place to live in the United States.



Protesters denounce sheriff's eviction of disabled war veteran

Dozens of protesters gathered Monday outside the office of King County Sheriff John Urquhart to show their outrage over the eviction of a disabled Vietnam War veteran from the West Seattle home where he grew up and later lost in foreclosure.


Mon Aug 18, 2014

Seattle Times

Man guilty in fatal Garfield High gang shooting in 2008

A South Seattle gang member who fatally shot a teenager at Garfield High School in 2008 has been found guilty of first-degree murder.


Fall 2014 Cornish Presents Series to Include Jazz Concerts, Piano Soloists, and More

The Fall 2014 Cornish Presents series features the return of several fan favorites as well as many opportunities to hear jazz, chamber music, world music, and rarely performed works.


Ballard News-Tribune

Long time Ballard physician, Martin Burkland, passed away August 10

Long time Ballard Physician Martin Burkland, passed away peacefully on August 10th surrounded his family, after a long, fulfilling and rich life.


Ballard News-Tribune

History Leads: Bike tax?

At the recent open house for the 17th Avenue Greenway, an elderly citizen put forth the proposition of cyclists paying "their share" for projects like Greenways.


Ballard News-Tribune

SDOT is painting while the sun shines in North Seattle and Downtown

Seattle drivers will soon have the benefit of repainted lines on major arterial streets throughout the city.


Viewing Feed

Closures coming to the Alaskan Way Viaduct beginning Friday

Ballard drivers that make use of State Route 99 and the Alaskan Way Viaduct are being urged to start planning an alternate route to their destinations, in preparation of upcoming closures to the stretch starting later this week.


Capitol Hill Blog

1956 Capitol Hill anti-aPodment The Sterling considered as Seattle landmark

A two-story, 6-unit Bellevue Ave apartment building designed in the spirit of a single family home during a brief Capitol Hill development boom in the 1950s will be considered as an official Seattle landmark this week.



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