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Actors Theatre to Present 4000 MILES, 1/10-26
Actors Theatre will present Amy Herzog 's 4000 Miles, a 2013 Pulitzer Prize finalist which Time Magazine called "The best play of the season, hands down," from Jan. 10-26 at Black Theatre Troupe's Helen K. Mason Performing Arts Center, 1333 E. Washington St. in Phoenix.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Red Bluff Daily News
Celtic concert set for tonight, Dec 3rd
Whispering Roses has delighted audiences at festivals and concerts throughout the Pacific Northwest with their unique blend of Celtic, sacred and folk music.
Trails, greenways, and bike routes: Part V
This is a series to acquaint bicyclists, especially those either new to Seattle or new to bicycling to the popular bicycling routes in Seattle.
Christian Science Monitor
Indies First: Authors share their experiences working as booksellers
Bear Pond Books, a bookstore located in Montpelier, Vt., was one of the indie stores that participated in Indies First on Small Business Saturday this weekend.
Canada 'rogue state' on environment, ex-Harper appointee says in speech
Protesters opposed to the Keystone XL pipeline make their voices heard as the motorcade of U.S. President Barack Obama passes for a fundraiser at the Northwest Seattle home of business owner Tom Campion Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013.
Seattle features many see-it-only-here sights around the city
Love it or hate it, the Pacific Northwest wouldn't be the same without the big boy on the block, Seattle.
Search Begins For Missing Plane In Idaho
Authorities are looking for a small airplane that disappeared near the remote central Idaho town of Yellow Pine.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Suspect held for taking high-speed ferry in Seattle
A man accused of leaping a fence at the Seattle waterfront and briefly commandeering a high-speed ferry used to shuttle passengers between Washington state and Canada was in jail on Monday with bail set at $200,000.
'Tuba Man' killer jailed in Seattle drug sting
One of the three people convicted as teens in the 2008 slaying of Ed "Tuba Man" McMichael is in trouble again.
West Seattle Herald
Thunder Road Guitars is music to West Seattle
Influenced by his late father, also a musician, Frank involved himself in rock music.
A part of NW fishing science could be lost
Volunteers are hoping to save the research vessel John N. Cobb, which helped transform fisheries science -- and witnessed a startling moment in U.S.-Russian relations.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Police: Suspect tries to steal ferry for West Seattle voyage
Seattle Police, the Coast Guard, and SWAT teams were called to Elliott Bay after reports of a suspicious person aboard a drifting Victoria Clipper shortly after 7 a.m. Sunday morning.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Street closures for Sunday's Seattle Marathon
The course starts near Seattle Center at 5th and Harrison, next to the Experience Music Project.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Holiday theater in Seattle: Naughty, nice and new
Nov. 29--If you crave sugar-plum fairies in "The Nutcracker" or a date with Ebenezer Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol" or want a reminder that life can be swell, as in "It's a Wonderful Life," there's a bevy of classic holiday shows for you in the Seattle area.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Black Joe Lewis Comes to The Neptune Tonight
Black Joe Lewis will perform tonight, November 29, 2013 at 9:00 PM at The Neptune .
Girl fights off attacker in South Seattle
Police are searching for a man who attacked a girl Wednesday night in South Seattle.
South Seattle Beacon
"RAMOND M. SHULTS, deceased. SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY No. 13-4-11531-7 SEA NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of RAMOND M. SHULTS, deceased.
Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter
Bikeshare is coming to Capitol Hill
Although ride share programs have been gaining notice as an environmentally- and economically-friendly alternative to owning a car, a recently-announced endeavor by the Seattle Department of Transportation plus a coalition of local businesses and activists called the King County Bike Share Partnership will attempt to bring a likeminded program to ... (more)