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Sunday marks 15-years since the mass shooting at Columbine High School. State Representative Kevin Parker was a student mentor at the time and was at Columbine the day of the shooting to have lunch with a student.
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Travis Farber sits for a portrait in the Ballard shop he shares with business partner Michael Marian, in January.
"Smitten" is the word that comes to mind when I think of Cheyenne Jackson. With his striking baby blues, handsome face and smoldering good looks, I mean really, who wouldn't be? Top that off with a kind heart and genuine sense of humanity and you have a complete package -- Santa, I want one.
A neighborhood in North Seattle is calling on the city to put a crosswalk at a busy intersection where a teenager was hit and killed on Monday.
For local DIY showgoers, indie rockers Special Explosion have become such a staple since emerging in 2010 it's easy to forget half the members still can't legally drink.
Central Cinema - Want to eat good food during the movie? Drink a beer or cocktail too? This is your place.
EARTH MONTH BAKE SALE : Until 7 pm today , Shanti in North Admiral is raising money for Puget Soundkeeper Alliance with a bake sale .
By Mia McCullough. Through May 3 at West of Lenin, 203 N. 36th St., Seattle; $6-$16 .
Egg hunts around the neighborhood are already underway. Saturday, you'll find public invites to hunts in Cal Anderson and a hunt in Volunteer Park .
August 1987. I moved from Washington, D.C. to Seattle for a news anchor job at KOMO-TV.
Pineapple Hospitality Co. President Michelle Barnet said Thursday that she plans to develop a hotel tower at Second Avenue and Virginia Street.
TODDLER EGGSTRAVAGANZA: Still time to get to High Point Community Center for this 10 am Easter-time little-kid fave.
Don Cohen lives on the South-end. He has worked at a law firm in downtown Seattle for 30 years.
Commentary: King County Metro wants more taxes to maintain existing bus service.
One morning this week I was desperately in need of three things: coffee, breakfast, and wifi.