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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)
Bumbershoot 2014 is upon us! The annual mash-up of arts, comedy and music starts today at Seattle Center.
There's much heartache in the Seattle bicycling community today after the death on Friday of Sher Kung, a young mother who was killed at a dowtown intersection on Second Avenue at University Street.
The following is a list and slideshow of photos of the largest college football stadiums in the Pac-12 in 2014.
The Rotary Club of West Seattle is now selling tickets for its first-ever Oktoberfest .
Iconic Central District restaurant Catfish Corner has shuttered . The soul food restaurant started serving fried catfish with homemade tartar sauce and hush puppies in the mid-80s.
A rooftop terrace is planned for the area between the project's 11-story office and 36-story residential buildings.
Those in the Pacific Northwest still looking for a place to play over Labor Day Weekend, might want to check out BumbershootA .
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.
Portage Bay Cafe will occupy the street-level space on the left, shown in this rendering of The Rooster, a 197-unit apartment building being developed by Lake Union Partners in Seattle's Roosevelt neighborhood.
Everything is for sale. Just ask Broadway's Charlie's . The restaurant's owner Ken Bauer has listed the Capitol Hill classic for years .
A flurry of earthwork is going on at the site of Touchstone Corp.'s long-delayed hotel at First & Stewart near Pike Place Market.
"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.
For all the busy weekend foot traffic in Capitol Hill bars and restaurants, business owners say one set of feet seems to be missing: those in uniform.
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 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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