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When then-Mayor Mike McGinn left office earlier this year, union activists lost an ally in the fight against a proposed housing project anchored by a Whole Foods in West Seattle - but during a public commentary yesterday, it was clear they'd gained one in Councilmember Kshama Sawant.
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SCOUTING FOR FOOD: It's that time again, for West Seattle's Troop 282 and other Scouts to carry out a door-to-door food drive.
The Pocket Theater recently called Fremont home while performing at the West of Lenin Theater from January 31st until March 1st.
Mercer Island sophomore Josiah Townsend, center, finished second in Seattle's August Wilson Monologue Competition Feb. 25 at the Seattle Repertory Theatre.
With the First Hill streetcar permanently altering Broadway's streetscape, you should also look up and take note of changes above.
But when all of his belongings were stolen from his hostel room his first day in the city, he soon found himself homeless - his only possessions being what he had in his pockets at that time.
Last Wednesday, James Corner Field Operation s rolled out the latest thinking for Seattle's urban waterfront.
MARK Driscoll is a Christian preacher at Seattle's Mars Hill Church. He is billed on the megachurch's website as a "Preaching and Vision Pastor".
Jess Spear, in Seattle, is organizing director of 15 Now, which is campaigning to raise the minimum wage in the city to $15 in 2015.
For 68-year-old William Wingert, a man with self-described "bad legs," making his way across Rainier Avenue South in Columbia City is a challenge.
Neighborhood greenways are mostly on residential streets. They are designed to make getting around safer for bicyclists and pedestrians, according to a 2013 Seattle Department of Transportation online-information packet.
Pastors Erik R. Wilson Weiberg and Laurie A. Jones, of Ballard First Lutheran Church, presided over the 86th-annual Blessing of the Fleet at Fishermen's Terminal on Sunday, March 9. The event offers blessings for the safe return of the commercial fishing fleet as they embark for the spring to Alaskan waters and remembers those who never returned.
This shelter on the south bank of the ship canal, at the intersection of Dexter and Westlake avenues North, will get some needed restoration work from the Seattle Department of Transportation.
Big night for community meetings - and you are always welcome. From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar , since we didn't get the usual daily preview published before today's council meeting: Call to order & introductions Cultural Competency Training: China Approval of February Minutes Treasurer's report Review of new procedures, new forms for ... (more)
Frustration is growing over rapid development and lack of affordable housing around Seattle.
Phones have been ringing, mailboxes have been jumping. Few political-candidate campaigns have been as intense as the campaigning going on in West Seattle in advance of a City Council committee hearing tomorrow.
Bryan Cranston stars as Lyndon Baines Johnson in Robert Schenkkan's "All the Way," now on Broadway.