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Mirror Stage to Present DETROIT '67, 4/5-6
Mirror Stage will close its Feed Your Mind season with the Northwest premiere of Detroit '67 by Dominique Morisseau on April 5 & 6, 2014 at the Ethnic Cultural Theatre in Seattle's University District.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Capitol Hill Blog
Seattle Mural Project seeks four artists to create new works on Capitol Hill
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.
David Sarasohn: Short session ends with megaproject's demise
Some legislative sessions end with the thwack of a gavel. The just-completed Oregon session ended with the splash of a bridge.
Capitol Hill Blog
Buy a share in your favorite Capitol Hill startup bar under state crowdfunding bill
A pair of Georgia brothers started a company making oil-can guitars. In Kansas, a brew-pub startup is off and making beers.
Local Breweries Featured on "Brewery Deck" Playing Cards
If you're going to play cards, why not use a deck of cards that feature local breweries? Now you can do that, thanks to Portland-based artist Aaron Trotter.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Monterey County Herald
Never a dull moment for Dave Barry
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.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
West Seattle Blog
West Seattle Sunday: Daylight Saving Time, Day 1, edition
Good morning - are your timekeeping devices all caught up? Here are the time-pegged highlights from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar : WEST SEATTLE FARMERS' MARKET : 10 am-2 pm in The Junction.
Q&A: WSDOT secretary talks about Bertha, megaprojects — and more
When Lynn Peterson started as state transportation secretary a year ago she inherited two of the biggest megaprojects in Seattle history.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Washington Catholics reflect on first year of ‘people’s pope’
Stephen Dofelmier, left, returned to Assumption Catholic Church after receiving a letter from Father Oliver Duggan, right, who was inspired by Pope Francis' conciliatory tone and invited dormant parishioners back.
Seattle’s makeover plans are oddly Disney-like
I was out sick a few days last week, and at one point I slept for about 48 hours straight.
Personal treasures of World War One uncovered
The World War One centenary means personal war diaries, letters and photos are emerging from dusty attics and drawers across the UK and beyond to offer a different perspective of the conflict.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
SEASCAPE, SNOGLOWGLOBED and More Set for Theater Schmeater's...
Theater Schmeater is delighted to announce the opening of The Schmee, our new performance venue and home, located at 2125 Third Avenue in the bustling Belltown area of downtown Seattle.
WNYC-AM New York
What To See This Weekend
From New York City to Ganei Tikva, Israel - No matter where you are, you can be sure there will be great music.
The Washington Post
Dave Barry isna t tired yet
Spend a day running around with Dave Barry on a book tour, and two numbers jump out at you.
West Seattle Blog
Design Review doubleheader, report #1: California/Seattle project...
In the front end of tonight's Southwest Design Review Board doubleheader, board members agreed that a residential project proposed for 1606 California SW in North Admiral, first mentioned here last October , deserved Early Design Guidance approval on its first try.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Seattle tourist traps and better alternatives
Trap: The Great Wheel Is it cruel to pick on the new kid? It's great in a lot of ways and adds some whimsy to the waterfront, but it is also the ultimate tourist trap.
Here's the $65 million plan for Pike Place Market
The proposed Pike Place Market expansion is shown after removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct in this artist's depiction.
To Reshape Seattle's Waterfront, Planners Look To Past
By the end of the 1920s, Seattle's waterfront was crowded with docks and its skyline was getting taller.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Avalanche closes Stevens Pass
The avalanche went across all four lanes of the road. The closure extends from milepost 54 to milepost 64.5, according to the state Department of Transportation Twitter feed.