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25 min ago | Bainbridge Island Review
Washington's first marijuana retail license was recently issued, but legislators are still trying to reconcile the medical and recreational-marijuana markets before stores open this summer.
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4 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Weather: Temperatures in the mid-50s are in the forecast and it will almost certainly rain.
8 hrs ago | KOMO News
Humor writer Dave Barry, in town to promote his latest book, waits for his next appointment after an appearance at the Press Club on March, 06 in Washington, DC.
Writers, it turns out, crave community. We want what we don't have. I mean writer-writers: poets, novelists, spinners of “creative nonfiction” tales, those memoirs with a little extra oomph, so often involving a childhood heroin addiction, that fill today's best-seller lists.
This is a great weekend for live theatre! "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" at Murfreesboro Center for the Arts.
A designer reveals his latest update for a massive waterfront park that would stretch 26 blocks along Elliott Bay once the Alaskan Way Viaduct is demolished.
In just over a week, a new foam-supported Highway 99 bridge near South Spokane Street will be done, allowing traffic to be restored to two lanes each direction.
We certainly value the principle of diversity here. But many people would probably answer that question "No" because - let's face it - for a big American city, Seattle is pretty white .
Draze, also known as Dumisani Maraire Jr., has an unequalled lineage in the Pacific Northwest: Born in Seattle, he is the son of Dumisani Maraire , the marimba superstar from Zimbabwe who became a University of Washington ethnomusicologist while igniting a musical movement throughout Oregon, Washington and beyond.
By the end of the 1920s, Seattle's waterfront was crowded with docks and its skyline was getting taller.
Across from the Seattle Center on Mercer Street, there's a white, pre-fabricated, nondescript building with a couple of flags outside.
Libby Matthews and Stephanie Kim in a scene shot in The Grand Illusion Cinema for the new film "Pacific Aggression."