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  1. Beer Hunting: New Seattle Beers for the New YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    With 2015 thankfully in the rear-view mirror, we have all of 2016 to look forward to. And of course here at Beer Hunting we have one thing on our minds: What new local beers are on the horizon? To find out, we checked in with a few of our favorite breweries in Seattle to see what we can expect to come out in the next month or three.

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  2. Starting a Radio Station Is Harder Than It Sounds. But It's Just as FunRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    Hollow Earth studio is located in the Central District, and is "on the air" online now. Photo by Sara Bernard at Hollow Earth's headquarters, a funky, cluttered, two-room studio space at 20th Avenue and East Union Street, home base for 150 of the raddest radio nerds in town.

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  3. Bertha Who? Seattle Transit Tunneling Is Going Great, and The People Want MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    As president of the North Seattle Industrial Association, representing the heavy industry that continues to play a significant if increasingly retro role in new-money Ballard, he's been personally blamed on bike blogs for the "missing link" on the Burke-Gilman Trail, which his group has opposed completing in Ballard for fear it would impede truck traffic. Last year he joined Faye Garneau to fight the $930 million Move Seattle transportation ballot measure, saying the price tag was too big and the benefits too uncertain.

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  4. Council Grills Executive Branch Over Homeless Encampment OutreachRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    The Seattle City Council is not happy with Mayor Ed Murray's efforts to clear unpermitted homeless encampments, if this morning was any indication. At the request of councilmember Lisa Herbold, representatives of the executive branch briefed the council this morning on its ongoing efforts to clear unpermitted encampments and connect encampers with shelter and services.

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  5. Making the Case for Free Community College in WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    She currently has a 3.77 grade-point average and wants to eventually transfer to the University of Washington to major in social work. Berrysmith is attending her first year at the school free thanks to a program in place at the college since 2008 that waives tuition for freshmen who graduated from Rainier Beach, Chief Sealth, or Cleveland high schools .

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  6. Disgraced' Invites Its Audience to One Uncomfortable Dinner PartyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    He is a mergers and acquisitions attorney and she is an artist. Of course, for the purposes of , those roles are somewhat secondary to the fact he is an American-born Muslim and she is white.

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  7. The Pick List: The Week's Recommended EventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    We remember the 2011 Twitter, er, Egyptian Revolution because social-media activism carved it into our collective conscious. Ultimately, history will determine the effectiveness of the "Arab Spring"; meanwhile, this experimental work chronicles the individual transformations experienced by four dissimilar characters, integrating video, poetry, painting, dance, and music in portraying the stories of Ali , Maha , Gabriella , and Henry as they experience personal revolutions against the backdrop of a particularly public uprising.

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  8. Construction Boom Is a Bust for City's DisabledRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    He knows the Roosevelt neighborhood intimately-he can find by touch every signpost and tree box and faux-rustic sidewalk bench between Northeast 60th and 66th Streets around Roosevelt Way Northeast. He can act like he owns the place, picking up sandwich boards put out by businesses and placing them elsewhere, where they are not obstructing pedestrians.

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  9. Bringing Black Back With the New Central Area Arts and Cultural DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    "Eat my shorts, gentrification!" Black Bart reps the Central District on 25th and Jackson, one of the many public neighborhood reminders of the neighborhood's cultural heritage. One summer during his college days in the late '70s, Steve Sneed waited in a line that wound around the block to attend a show called So when he returned to his lifelong Central Area neighborhood after graduating from the University of Washington in the early '80s, he was surprised to find Langston Hughes mostly empty.

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  10. Yes, Developers Really Do Run SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    Now, after 18 years sitting on a council responsible for governing one of the country's fastest-changing cities, he's returned to citizen ranks, ready to dish on how progressives can move the heavy cogs of government with his new book "I think the best thing that I can do, and that I try to do in the book, is fight cynicism," says Licata on his first official day of retirement-Jan. 1, 2016. "One of the great advantages that I believe Ronald Reagan had in promoting a reactionary agenda was he was optimistic.

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  11. For Seattle's Disabled, the Construction Boom Can Bust a TripRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    He knows the Roosevelt neighborhood intimately-he can find by touch every signpost and tree box and faux-rustic sidewalk bench between Northeast 60th and 66th Streets around Roosevelt Way Northeast. He can act like he owns the place, picking up sandwich boards put out by businesses and placing them elsewhere, where they are not obstructing pedestrians.

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  12. The Pick List: The Week's Recommended EventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    American-born, Muslim-raised, lawyer Amir Kapoor and his Caucasian wife Emily host a party where the conversation verges into controversial territory detonating their dinner and threatening their lifestyle. Exploring themes of identity, religion, and American prejudices, this play proves increasingly pertinent in 2016 as we observe both ISIS intensifying and increasing Islamophobia.

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  13. Like Obama, Inslee Wants to Take On Guns With Executive ActionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    If an announcement comes Tuesday, it would coincide with President Barack Obama's move to strengthen federal gun control efforts through executive action. Obama on Monday moved to ensure anyone who is "engaged in the business" of selling firearms is licensed and conducts background checks on their customers including for sales make online and at private shows.

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  14. Why a Homeless Mother Swore In Mike O'Brien YesterdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2016 | Seattle Weekly

    Each of Seattle's nine councilmembers took their ceremonial oaths of office yesterday in a council chamber jammed to the gills with supporters, other elected's, journalists, and a couple of oft-seen public comment trolls. As expected, the council unanimously voted Bruce Harrell to replace Tim Burgess as council president.

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  15. 2016 Is Going to Be the Best Year Ever in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Seattle Weekly

    We're in the news business, so believe us, we know. But a lot of what happened in Seattle this year bodes well for the next-really! Here we raise a glass to this year's wins and next year's prospects.

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  16. The Lost Cause of Donnie ChinRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Seattle Weekly

    The date is August 3, 2015. The Seattle activist and former White House staffer is standing in the press conference room on the seventh floor of City Hall, surrounded by the mutual-appreciation society that is Seattle's political elite: Mayor Ed Murray, more than half of the City Council, the city attorney, and the chief of police, plus a row of leaders of immigrant communities so long it crosses the room.

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  17. After Many Strange Twists and Turns, the Donnie Chin Case Is Exactly Where It StartedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Seattle Weekly

    The date is August 3, 2015. The Seattle activist and former White House staffer is standing in the press conference room on the seventh floor of City Hall, surrounded by the mutual-appreciation society that is Seattle's political elite: Mayor Ed Murray, more than half of the City Council, the city attorney, and the chief of police, plus a row of leaders of immigrant communities so long it crosses the room.

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  18. It Was a Banner Year for Gunfire in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Seattle Weekly

    Seattle's 15 gun homicides this year pale in comparison to the 300-plus suffered in Baltimore, though the cities are of similar population. In a country that suffers, on average, one mass shooting every day, Seattle saw no deaths this year in that bleak category.

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  19. From Marijuana to Asteroids, Updates on What We Covered in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Seattle Weekly

    But more often than not, after writing 5,000 well-chosen words on everything from sentencing reform to heroin addiction, events conspire to ensure those won't be the Below you will find updates on a few of our 50 cover topics of 2015, along with the fantastic cover art that accompanied them. Capitol Hill punks and weirdos were getting ready to elicit an enormous simul-sigh at the beginning of 2015.

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  20. 2016: The Dish on DiningRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Seattle Weekly

    Zagat's just-published list of the top 17 food cities includes us at #13 and Manolin squeezed into the #9 spot on 's top-10 list. Likewise, Zoi Antonitsas was lauded as one of 2015's Best New Chefs by And in addition to celebrating what's come before, there were plenty of new spots to explore over the year, including several strong first efforts from former sous chefs and a growing collection of projects from renowned restaurateurs like Erickson , Jerry Traunfeld , Tom Douglas , Ethan Stowell , and Josh Henderson .

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