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Celeste Miles, 18, works for minimum wage at Husky Deli in West Seattle. A new report has found that job prospects for teenagers fell nationwide over 12 years, but more so locally, adding fodder to the debate over a $15 minimum wage for Seattle.
Northwest Symphony Orchestra's third concert of the season, "Music for the Soul," is on March 15th, and will present Anton Bruckner's monumental Symphony No.
The documentary "If You Build It," about a design and build project in North Carolina, screens Friday-Sunday, March 14-16, at SIFF Cinema at the Film Center.
The push to raise the minimum wage in Seattle was just a campaign slogan last fall.
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.
Activities for the weekend of March 14-16, 2014, include the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Irish Festival, and free admission March 15 to the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific Experience.
Sandy beaches and majestic views of the Puget Sound attract crowds to Golden Gardens with every cloud break.
THE RHINO ROOM Capitol Hill: Brought to you by Patric Gabre-Kidan and friends , the Rhino Room is a bar that, refreshingly, does not have a concept besides its namesake glittery rhinoceros .
A Park Department & NOAA warning: We walked down to Magnuson Park again, and had to duck an extraordinary number of cars.
Hullooomosexuals! Our first event this week is so flipping unique and mind-boggling, it just might MELT YOUR BIG GAY FACE OFF.
After infighting stalled the initial plans for the project, an effort to create four new "large scale" murals across Capitol Hill is ready for interested artists to get involved.
Some legislative sessions end with the thwack of a gavel. The just-completed Oregon session ended with the splash of a bridge.
A pair of Georgia brothers started a company making oil-can guitars. In Kansas, a brew-pub startup is off and making beers.
Humor writer Dave Barry signs copies of his new book before an appearance at the Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C., on March 6. Send a day running around with Dave Barry on a book tour, and two numbers jump out at you.