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43 min ago | FremontUniverse

Simple and Sunny: The Yellow Dot Cafe

One morning this week I was desperately in need of three things: coffee, breakfast, and wifi.

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4 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

West Seattle Wednesday: DPD at DNDC; Morgan Community Association; more

Before sharing his Tuesday orca photo, Gary Jones sent another awesome round of eagle photos from Alki Point - all three of which we're featuring throughout today's calendar preview.

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4 hrs ago | Ballard News-Tribune

At Large in Ballard: Fido

"You're just not a happy person are you?" said the young man who had jumped out of a large Recreational Vehicle with a generator beside it.

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5 hrs ago | The Stranger

Best New Places to Eat for Cheap in Seattle

THE RHINO ROOM Ma'ono's Mark Fuller brings his unstoppably awesome fried chicken to Capitol Hill .

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5 hrs ago | The Stranger

A Guide to Eating Out Stoned in Seattle

If booze makes you cocky, braggy, and self-assured, pot makes you curious, silent, and strangely in touch with the cosmos.

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14 hrs ago | Seattle Times

Under the microscope: Metro’s big transit vote

Interstate 5 traffic is congested much of the time, seen here as commuters head north and south under Yesler Way in downtown Seattle.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

KOMO News

Capitol Hill pizzeria closing after owners sell to developer

A longtime Seattle restaurant will serve its final meal this week, after the owners sold their property to one of the largest apartment ownership groups in the country.

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Alabama Live

Pizitz will have indoor public market on ground floor, beta office space on mezzanine

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - The renovated Pizitz building 's public market will look less like a grocery store and more like Seattle's Pike Place Market where up to two-dozen local vendors will have space to sell their goods.

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Capitol Hill Blog

Capitol Hill Block Party readies for 18th annual neighborhood...

The hopefully sun-drenched days of the Capitol Hill Block Party are just three short months away and the festival's producers have been busily making new plans for the three-day Capitol Hill celebration of Pike/Pine's nightlife culture.

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Capitol Hill Blog

Capitol Hill says goodbye to Piecora's, hello to familiar national apartment developer

A thick chapter of Capitol Hill history will close Tuesday night when the final slice of Piecora's pizza is polished off, and a new story will open when the nation's largest, publicly traded , owner of apartments gets to work on its fourth Capitol Hill property.

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Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

14 firms vying for Capitol Hill light rail station TOD parcels

Fourteen developers and partnerships responded to Sound Transit's request for qualifications to build on parcels near the future light rail station on Capitol Hill.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Capitol Hill Blog

Why Capitol Hill's big mixed-use developments look, um, the way they do

Boxy. Monolith. Bland. Generic. The adjectives that get hurled at many of the new mixed-used developments on Capitol Hill can be quite unforgiving.

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Seattle Times

Crowd screams for Odesza at Neumos | Concert review

Ironically, it was the cheers from the crowd at the end of the night, not the bass, that blew out my ears Saturday night.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Lawmakers look to combat seafood fraud

Shrimp boats sit at dock in Mount Pleasant, S.C., in this August 18, 2013 photograph.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

The Macon Telegraph

Catholics reflect on first year of people’s pope

In November, the priest at Assumption Catholic Church in North Seattle mailed a letter of welcome to parishioners, including members long dormant -- those divorced and remarried, gay, tired or simply disillusioned.

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Seattle Post-Intelligencer

New Seattle police chief will be chosen in mid-May

The city is on track to see appointment of a new Seattle police chief in mid-May, according to a timetable released Friday by Mayor Ed Murray, who has been much criticized for his selection of interim leadership at the SPD.

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Seattle Times

Traffic snarls coming to Snoqualmie Pass

Construction-related bottlenecks in the big city will be relatively minor this weekend, but motorists crossing the state Sunday can expect delays as long as two hours, as workers east of Snoqualmie Pass build detour routes for the summer work season.

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OregonLive.com

Seattle pub celebrates Earth Day by selling beer delivered without motors

They won't be drinking Bud Lite at the Latona Pub on Earth Day. This one is going down the gullet of a unicorn as Kellan Smalley from Bremerton Wash., gets ready for the Super Bowl in New York on Feb. 2.And did you hear the news? Seattle won! How cool is this, Beervana! Seattle goes sudsy on Earth Day when all the beer consumed on Sunday, April 20, ... (more)

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Boating Industry

Seattle welcomes new Redden Marine Supply location

When Redden Marine Supply started out in Alaska, Dwight D. Eisenhower was President of the United States.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

The Highline Times

Duwamish Alive will work to clean up and fix up river banks and more

If you care about the Duwamish River April 19 is your chance to prove it. Duwamish Alive , an annual river bank clean up and upgrade effort.

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