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2 hrs ago | KFBB

Storm damages RVs near Silverwood

The storm that ripped through the Inland Northwest on Wednesday not only interrupted the fun at Silverwood Theme Park for a while, it also did some major damage to Silverwood's RV park across Highway 95. Several RVs and cars were damaged due to falling branches and trees.

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6 hrs ago | The Waterland Blog

FREE Solar Workshop is tonight - Thursday, July 24 - in West Seattle

If you missed the first one in Burien, fear not - there will be another free Solar Workshop tonight - Thursday, July 24 - at Dakota Place Park, 4304 SW Dakota Street in West Seattle.

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7 hrs ago | Seattle Times

What to see at Capitol Hill Block Party 2014

The Capitol Hill Block Party - Seattle's favorite one-day actual block party-turned three-day corporate-sponsored music festival - is returning to a fenced-in Pike Street for the 17th year this weekend.

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9 hrs ago | Seattle Times

Arts fests on the Eastside, cultural fests in Seattle | Weekend Preview

Activities for the weekend of July 25-27, 2014, include arts and street fests in Bellevue, Hispanic Seafair Festival and Pista sa Nayon.

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18 hrs ago | Space Ref

Most Precise Measurement Yet of an Extrasolar Planet's Size

Thanks to NASA's Kepler and Spitzer Space Telescopes, scientists have made the most precise measurement ever of the radius of a planet outside our solar system.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

The Onion exposes Seattle, peeling away the layers to our self-absorbed heart

Is Cano the next Junior? Well, he's expected to be that and much much more for our beleaguered Mariners.

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Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

Pronto! Cycle Share set to launch in Capitol Hill this fall

Launching in Autumn of this year, "Pronto! Emerald City Cycle Share" is coming to Capitol Hill, with as many as 10 share stations planned around the neighborhood.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Examiner.com

League of Women Voters 'targeted?' CCRKBA says 'put up reward'

Gun control proponents are making something of a "big deal" out of the alleged discovery of a perforated paper target at the League of Women Voters office in Seattle, intimating in today's Seattle Times that this may be an effort to intimidate the group for its stance on Initiative 594, the 18-page gun control measure being pushed by the Washington ... (more)

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Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Seattle prelate is early prospect for Episcopal Presiding Bishop

The bishops of America's Episcopal Church will elect a new Presiding Bishop next July.

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Bothell Reporter

Mural artist brings color to Bothell's Wayne Tunnel

Seattle-based artist, Kristen Ramirez, was inspired by the community of Bothell and the architecture of the Wayne Tunnel on the Burke-Gilman Trail as she designed the artwork now gracing the inside of the tunnel.

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Seattle

The Best Food Trucks in Seattle

Cheese Wizards The Seattle tech community welcomed with open arms Bo and his little brother Tom Saxbe's playful double-decker safety-yellow grilled-cheese truck two years ago.

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The Big Picture

Neighborhood Gentrification during the Boom and After

During the housing boom, a number of large cities in the United States experienced redevelopment in their lower-income neighborhoods as higher-income residents moved in, a process known as gentrification.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

Seattle

How Our 107-Year-Old Pike Place Market Survived

In his poem "Bubbs Creek Haircut," Beat poet Gary Snyder drew on impressions from a trip through Seattle in the mid-1950s: Seattle has the best for logger gear once found a pair of good tricouni boots at the under-the-public-market store, Mark Tobey's scene, torn down I hear-a Not so fast, Snyder.

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The Olympian

From Turkey to Seattle to Lacey with Turkish Kababs

Advice to business owners: Running a business has to be your life, said co-owner Sultan Ocak.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

The Highline Times

SLIDESHOW: Jam packed Saturday of parades, and summer fun in West Seattle and White Center

If you could pack more events into one day it would be a challenge. July 19 had a lot going on in West Seattle and White Center with parades, festivals, and fairs all part of the day.

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West Seattle Blog

West Seattle Saturday: Float Dodger 5K, Grand Parade, Alki Art Fair,...

A cloudy start to the day, and a bit of drizzle as of just before 8, but don't let that keep you home - the overall rain chance is low, and the big events today/tonight are rain or shine! First, remember that California will be closed by 9 am from Admiral Way south to SW Edmunds for the first two big events , continuing until 1 pm or so: FLOAT ... (more)

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The Stranger

A Quick Refresher on Who's Running, and Where, in the 2015 City Council Elections

Click this to see the city's full, zoom-able district map. Kshama Sawant and potentially Alison Holcomb will run for a seat in District 3. With news of a potential showdown between two progressive rock stars in a 2015 city council race - Kshama Sawant and Alison Holcomb - people are asking who, exactly, is running where in our newly district-based ... (more)

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KIRO-TV Seattle

Protesters lie under ambulance to stop eviction of war vet

After a brief reprieve from an eviction, the King County Sheriff's Office is trying to remove a disabled Vietnam veteran and his family from their West Seattle home, but this time, activists staged what they called an "eviction blockade" and news conference outside the home.

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Viewing Feed

What's on this weekend

It's shaping up to be another busy weekend in Ballard. Here's a look at what the neighborhood has to offer this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

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The Globe and Mail

Seattle's creative class and the ''hood that could'

An army of black clouds amasses above the steel cranes and glassy new office towers of Seattle's South Lake Union neighbourhood.

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