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56 min ago | The Olympian
Feet will be flying: Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day a little early with the dancers of SCOIL RINCE SLIEVELOUGHANE, the largest Irish dance troupe in the Pacific Northwest.
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4 hrs ago | The Stranger
For years, Seattle City Hall has allowed developers to shut down the sidewalk in front of construction sites - sometimes for weeks or months at a stretch.
7 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog
Thanks to Alki photographer David Hutchinson for yet another wonderful West Seattle view - the colorful sunrise, through the recently installed Luna Girls on Alki .
7 hrs ago | Seattle Times
The Ballard Jazz Festival, Seattle's most convivial and inviting jazz event, has announced that the great saxophonist Sonny Fortune will headline this year.
7 hrs ago | KUOW-FM Seattle
The push to raise the minimum wage in Seattle was just a campaign slogan last fall.
9 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog
Good spring weather - sunny and high near 60F- on Thursday is a perfect reason to walk around the 'hood and check out the art shows opening for the monthly Capitol Hill Arts Walk , aka your hyper-local affordable art fair.
11 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog
On Wednesday night, around 20 people gathered inside Dr. Jen's House of Beauty on E Pike for the first meeting to resurrect the once prominent citizen safety brigade aimed at preventing gay-bashings and violence in Seattle's gay neighborhoods.
12 hrs ago | The Stranger
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.
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.