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Six artists from the Northwest converge on Portland for three nights of cutting-edge performance in the sixth annual event: Josh Martin/605 Collective, Vancouver, B.C., and Shannon Stewart, Seattle; Wayne Bund, Portland, AJA, Seattle; LanceLife, Portland, The Satori Group, Seattle.
Members of Seattle's Gender Justice League, who are organizing Trans* Pride Seattle, at its headquarters at Agnes Underground in Capitol Hill.
The most lasting legacy of the next Seattle mayor won't involve police reform, or the road-maintenance backlog, or education, or anything else dominating the nine-candidate race so far.
Elections for the executive committee of the Capitol Hill Community Council are this Thursday at 6:30 in the Cal Anderson Shelter House.
Seattle residents are being asked to take part in a friendly recycling competition June 22-26 to help their neighborhood win the title of Greenest Seattle Neighborhood.
The newest trend in the Seattle Real Estate Market isn't adding another story, or buying a summer home on the Eastside; its all up in the air.
FULL TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT 47TH/ADMIRAL? As reported here yesterday , the City Council is proposing full funding for the long-requested 47th/Admiral signal in its proposed midyear budget changes.
Grant Feek, left, and John Wehr, of Tred, a startup that debuts today after local testing.
The I-5 bridge over the Skagit River is reopening with temporary fixes. Seattle kindie rock stars set to tour.
Commentary: Dick Falkenbury's Monorail memoir is as much an indictment of Seattle's planning doldrums as a look back at the failed transit project he pushed.
A man suspected of groping a woman in Occidental Park was arrested Monday after an angry crowd chased him down.
Over the weekend, Seattle PI released a slideshow of the 50 Seattle neighborhoods with the most residential burglaries reported in the past five years.
Among the small army of campaign operatives, consultants and policy advocates that has attached itself to the fate of leading mayoral candidate Ed Murray, nearly all of them share a trait that Mayor Mike McGinn's campaign considers more than a coincidence: They once worked for the man McGinn vanquished four years ago, Greg Nickels.
We've held the funeral . Now it's time for the plot twist in which the hero springs back to life.
While hundreds of people will be taking courses from South Seattle Community College this year, we can guarantee that Georgia Mitchell will be the only one taking them while riding a three-wheeled Y Fliker scooter cross-country.