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1 hr ago | West Seattle Herald
And she lives in West Seattle. "I talk a lot about observation, what it's like to be from a place so far away, and moving to Seattle as an island girl living in the city," she says.
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1 hr ago | West Seattle Blog
At the center of our photo from this past July is West Seattleite Rusty Harper , photographed as he led his fellow Seafair Pirates ashore at Alki Beach as this year's "Captain Kidd."
4 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Jamie Boudreau of Canon makes his smoky fall drink "Skull & Blackberrries" with 1776 rye, rossbacher, blackberry and blueberry smoke.
8 hrs ago | KOMO News
Arctic air began pouring into the Puget Sound region early Tuesday - the beginning shot in a period of unusually cold weather that is expected to last through the weekend and possibly longer.
This is a series to acquaint bicyclists, especially those either new to Seattle or new to bicycling to the popular bicycling routes in Seattle.
As in Portland, the buzz about Seattle's "next hip 'hood'' shifts as young entrepreneurs, chefs and artists look for that special real estate to try out a creative idea.
You get to be a fly on the studio wall as bassist Jimbo Wallace and Jim "The Rev" Heath discuss and record their new single, "Let Me Teach You How to Eat."
Fast food workers will strike for a living wage in 100 American cities on Thursday, but low-wage workers in the Seattle area have opted instead to march from SeaTac into downtown Seattle in support of a $15 an hour minimum wage.
Love it or hate it, the Pacific Northwest wouldn't be the same without the big boy on the block, Seattle.
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.
A homeless 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.
Vashon Film Society will screen a locally made documentary about the famed Fremont Troll public art sculpture on Friday, December 6 for its monthly series of First Friday Art Films at the Vashon Theatre.
Fender zones: "It's winter riding season," writes Vancouver designer Jeff Werner.
One of the three people convicted as teens in the 2008 slaying of Ed "Tuba Man" McMichael is in trouble again.
Influenced by his late father, also a musician, Frank involved himself in rock music.
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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.