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Seattle police are looking for the driver who killed a beloved family dog in a hit-and-run at Green Lake. The accident happened around 1 p.m. Sunday afternoon, investigators said.
What with the burgeoning number of roadways afflicted with broken, rutted, and cracked pavement or plagued with potholes the size of tiny ponds, it's likely you'll get scalded. A new Seattle Department of Transportation report has found that about 36 percent of the city's 1,574 lane miles of arterial streets were in some stage of poor condition last year-and 10.2 percent of those heavily trafficked streets were in "seriously poor or failed condition," almost triple the percentage in 2010.
We don't yet know exactly when the first First Hill Streetcar will travel Broadway. But we're getting there.
I've always hated grunge music. So why would I torture myself by visiting Seattle? Washington State's largest city was the epicentre of the musical earthquake that trashed my beloved hair bands .
Gerding Edlen has hired CBRE to market a 788-unit apartment portfolio amassed through its Green Cities series of funds, led by Molly Bordonaro. Real Estate Alert projects the portfolio could command $500 million or more than $600,000 per unit.
The Pretty Reckless recently made history by being the first female-fronted rock band since Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders to have two consecutive number one songs at rock radio as measured by the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart. "Messed Up World" is the current song from the Pretty Reckless, following up the success of the band's first single, "Heaven Knows."
The closing of Broad Street, from Fifth to Ninth avenues, has been one of the biggest impacts of the Mercer Corridor project on Seattle Center, said director Robert Nellams. Photo by Sarah Radmer In a box on his desk, Seattle Center director Robert Nellams keeps a map of the completed Mercer Corridor construction routes.
Remember, back in July, when there was a rumor that East Coast investors were looking at Seattle for an Eataly-style food court? No further word on that particular project but, in the meantime, there's confirmation that the old Cotton Caboodle in Lower Queen Anne is going to become a beer hall. If you ever shopped for children's clothes at Cotton Caboodle, you know it's big - 7,000 square feet, in fact.
The former Northwest Center Kids building is now empty. Northwest Center has moved out, and Cascade Parent Partnership will move in next February after some remodeling.
SDOT's Jonathan Williams and Margo Polley addressed parking and recent studies. SDOT has been doing parking studies in Ballard for the last five years, and completed one last May that determined who is parking in Ballard and where.
With the clouds returning, we might not see much of a sunset tonight - so we're sharing photos received after last night's show! They're interspersed with today/tonight highlights ahead from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar : TODDLER STORY TIME: 10:30 am at West Seattle Branch Library , bring the 2- and 3-year-olds for stories, songs, and rhymes. Free.
The Sea Scout ships in the fleet run by the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts of America are joining the fishing boats coming home from Alaska to celebrate Fall Fishermen's Festival in Ballard on Saturday October 4th from 11 to 5pm. In addition to enjoying the activities of the fishing festival, the Sea Scout ships will participate in their Fall Rendezvous activities on the docks for all the visitors to see.
PARK Day happens once a year, on the third Friday in September, and is an opportunity for any Seattleite to temporarily turn parking spaces into public places. The event raises awareness about the importance of a walkable, livable, healthy city and helps people re-think how our streets can be used.
CR8 is a pop-up dining installation concept by brought to Seattle by recent L.A. transplant Roberto Cortez. Cortez takes diners on a creative journey of the senses through an immersive experience that combines the factors of location, ambiance, food and taste alterations along with new tools from the design world.
"Upon further examination I realized it was a coyote" : According to MyBallard , there have been several sightings of a creature that is not a dog and looks "well fed and not afraid." Real Housewives of Kirkland? A casting call for "20-40 year olds who made their money in Washington's booming tech center," "live in Seattle or Eastside area," and "make more money than you know how to spend."
Many cities have turned the sites of World's Fairs into public places that have endured through the decades. Chicago's Jackson Park and the Midway were greatly upgraded after their use in the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition.
The International Centre for Women Playwrights reported the extraordinary level of international support that is represented by the recipients for this year's 50/50 Applause Awards, which sets out to recognize theatres that produced 50% or more women playwrights in their season of shows. In the spring, for the first time in the history of the awards, ICWP invited the public to nominate theatres that had produced the work of women playwrights throughout the world.
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