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Pike Place Market's summer Farmers Market on Pike Place opens June 21
Although the Pike Place Market is called a farmers market , during the summer growing season the market also operates a designated farmers market on the street of Pike Place.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Le Marche French bistro is open in Ballard
Local Chef Jerry Brahm is on the local culinary map once again, after opening french bistro Le MarchA© in May. The quaint and charming bistro is the third local venture for Brahm after opening Bistro on 24th on Crown Hill and Carnegie's in the Old Carnegie Library on Market St. Brahm's vision for Le MarchA© is a relaxed style French ... (more)
The Daily Troll: More money for state budget. Coal port plan escapes...
The I-5 bridge over the Skagit River is reopening with temporary fixes. Seattle kindie rock stars set to tour.
Deputies return to Lake Stevens home for death investigation
Snohomish County sheriff's detectives returned this morning to a West Lake Stevens home where a young woman was found dead on Monday.
Payback: Team Nickels Lines Up Behind Ed Murray
Among the small army of campaign operatives, consultants and policy advocates that has attached itself to the fate of leading mayoral candidate Ed Murray, nearly all of them share a trait that Mayor Mike McGinn's campaign considers more than a coincidence: They once worked for the man McGinn vanquished four years ago, Greg Nickels.
Thief apparently entered home through dog door
A Seattle man said a thief apparently squeezed through his home's 15-inch-by-10-inch doggie door to steal a haul of electronics.
West Seattle Herald
Police Blotter Week of 6-17-13
Hideaway bed and guns at little arms' length A man living in an apartment on the 8600 block of Delridge Way S.W. was arrested for domestic violence on June 15 after the mother of his children called police to report he assaulted her.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Seattle council leaders spurn mayor on Ship Canal light rail
Seattle City Council leaders Monday dealt Mayor Mike McGinn an election-year rebuff, saying they would not recommend funding for one of his signature issues - studies of a light-rail crossing of the Ship Canal.
Charges filed in fatal hit-and-run of man dribbling soccer ball to Brazil
Oregon police have filed charges against the driver who allegedly struck and killed a Seattle man who was dribbling a soccer ball to Brazil.
Capitol Hill Blog
Nails Across America makes well-manicured Capitol Hill stop
Getting your nails done can land you in the manicure archives on Tuesday when New York artist Breanne Trammell stops through Capitol Hill's Creature ad agency on a tour called Nails Across America.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Great Falls Tribune
Spray of the Falls: Lifelong friends meet in Seattle
Many of my closest friends from high school and college have scattered to places like Alaska, Washington state, Idaho and New York, and we may or may not send each other Christmas cards.
McGinn: 'We believe we can support the NHL in KeyArena'
Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn has acknowledged recent discussions with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
New Sam Carner-Derek Gregor Musical About Star-Crossed Lovers Is...
Jennifer Blood, Jillian Gottlieb, Sydney James Harcourt and A.J. Shively lead the cast of the Prospect Theater Company's Off-Broadway premiere of Unlock'd , the Richard Rodgers Award-winning musical by rising theatrical composers Sam Carner and Derek Gregor.
A look at Seattle by map
The first mainstage concert of the Boston Early Music Festival was also the North American debut of Mozart's own violin and viola.
West Seattle Blog
West Seattle Saturday: What's up as your weekend begins
Thanks to Greg Snyder for sharing that view of the moon from last night! Under the bright sunshine today, here's what you'll find around West Seattle: WESTWOOD VILLAGE STREET FAIR: Bouncy rides, food trucks, live music , 10 am-6 pm in the heart of Westwood Village.
EDITORIAL | Mary Clare 'Molly' Conley
"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your wild & precious life." Those words by poet Mary Oliver graced the program cover for Saturday's Mass of Christian Burial for 15-year-old Molly Conley of Magnolia.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Neighbors, city celebrate Smith Cove swap
Government officials and citizens behind the effort to obtain the new Smith Cove Park gather together to celebrate the 20-year struggle to the reality on Friday, May 31. Photo by Don Wilson/Port of Seattle By Monica Wooton There was high praise, handshakes and history-making as city, county and Port of Seattle officials met with the community last ... (more)
Weekend preview: Rockers, '30 Rock'-ers and beer
Whether you're into historic rock 'n' roll, crude humor, fine art or just a frosty-topped mug of beer, your weekend is here.
Capitol Hill Blog
On the List | Blitz Arts Walk Anniversary, One-act plays, Pride picnic, Bloomsday readings
Blitz Capitol Hill Arts Walk celebrates its four-year anniversary on Thursday. The ever popular annual walking tours return, lead by a Capitol Hill cast of characters: Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Purple Mark, comedian/performer Emmett Montgomery, cartoonist Ellen Forney, artist Joey Veltkamp, Mylinda Sneed, and art critic Jen Graves.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Cleveland's new Convention Center and Global Center for Health...
Most observers would agree that the words "iconic" and "architectural masterpiece" don't belong in the same breath with Cleveland's new convention center and Global Center for Health Innovation.