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Soft Swells Announce 2014 Fall U.S. Tour Dates Plus Release Remix...
Soft Swells are excited to announce they will be hitting the road this September and October for a U.S. Tour in support of their forthcoming sophomore album Floodlights, out September 30 via Modern Outsider Records.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Wage Theft Derailing $15 Minimum-Wage?
The protest was organized to pressure the restaurant owner on behalf of former employee Fernando Moreno Ruiz, who says he was owed more than $5,500 in back wages.
Eating Well with Seattle Hiphop
Of course there is Vitamin D's Hip Hop Kitchen mixtape, released three Augusts ago and slept on like a campground - if you don't know, it's seriously dope and about as unusually food-forward as the Beach Boys' "Vegetables."
Ivar's Versus Ethan Stowell
SCHOOL VERSUS NEW BALLARD Ivar's, the Seattle classic, above; Chippy's, new from Ethan Stowell, below right.
Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter
Black Coffee Co-op announces Capitol Hill closure in the fall
Black Coffee Co-op , the anarchist-owned "worker co-op, cafe and community space," located at 501 E Pine St., announced on Sunday August 17 that it is closing its Capitol Hill location in the fall in search of a new, more permanent space.
West Seattle Blog
West Seattle Tuesday: What's ahead for today and tonight
SOUTHWEST POOL CLOSURE: A week-long maintenance closure starts today for the city's only indoor pool in West Seattle.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Executive, CKO Kickboxing and ambulance company complete ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in unique fashion
Staten Island keeps the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge rolling with kickboxers, executives and an ambulance company participating over the weekend.
P-Wave Morphology and the Risk of Incident Ischemic Stroke in the...
Department of Neurology and Division of Cardiology , Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY; Epidemiological Cardiology Research Center, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC ; Departments of Epidemiology , Biostatistics , and Neurology , University of Washington, Seattle; and Division of Cardiology, Johns Hopkins ... (more)
In South Seattle, a DIY small business crime deterrent
This is the way the story would usually get told: At long last, a neighborhood eyesore and earsore is shutting down.
Solo and Rapinoe are difference in Reign win
The regular-season champion Seattle Reign FC came back from a goal down to beat the Washington Spirit, 2-1, in the NWSL semifinals on returned to Seattle, where she starred at the University of Washington, scored to put the Spirit ahead in the 66th minute after some great work by Matheson to break down the Reign backline.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Red Bull Soapbox Race in Seattle
The driver of the Single Shot Simians adjusts his glasses before bombing down the steep grade of Yesler Way - with jumps and hard turns included - at the Red Bull Soapbox Race Sunday, August 24, 2014, in downtown Seattle, Washington.
Capitol Hill Blog
Location, location, location - and proximity to transit: Developers ...
The "long-term holders" who purchased the building home to Capitol Hill's post office in 2012 are lining up plans to build a five-story apartment building on the Broadway site.
Religion News Service
Mark Driscoll to step down while Mars Hill elders review charges
Driscoll has been an influential but edgy pastor within conservative evangelical circles for several years.
Route of the Hiawatha in Idaho/Montana sends cyclists into tunnels, over trestles
With bicycle rented, most first-time Hiawatha Trail riders look at the shop clerk and ask quizzically: "Where do I start?" With the trail 600 feet below where they are standing, it would be a mighty expensive elevator to build to service the trail.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
West Seattle rabble-rouser told to remove ‘pooh’ signs
Dr. Ron Sterling of West Seattle uses his house to protest construction near Lowman Beach Park of an underground storage tank to keep sewage and polluted stormwater out of Puget Sound.
Amgen: A lesson in state's tax break policy
Guest Opinion: We should ask whether we would do better focusing on tax breaks for smaller companies, rather than international behemoths.
Megapastor's Own Ministers Accuse Him Of Creating A 'Culture Of Fear'
Twenty-one former ministers of Mars Hill Church filed charges against Mark Driscoll - the influential pastor of the church who is also known as the " Rush Limbaugh of Christianity " - on Friday, lodging their complaints with the church's top leadership and accusing him of creating a "verbally abusive" environment within the congregation.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
British Columbia coal export terminal gets the green light
A Canada-bound coal train passes through Seattle and under the Magnolia Bridge, just after the July 24 derailment on an oil train bound for northern Puget Sound refineries.
Group Health to team with Swedish, end partnership with Virginia Mason
After two decades of partnership with Virginia Mason Medical Center, Group Health says it plans to send its HMO patients to Swedish Medical Center.