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  1. Mayor Murray Announces Members of a New Task Force on LGBTQ Hate CrimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2015 | The Stranger

    Ed Murray is Seattle's first out gay mayor. His response to a reported rise in anti-LGBTQ hate crimes on Capitol Hill: a new task force.

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  2. The Mayor Wants You to Fund a Huge Property Tax Levy for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2015 | The Stranger

    Here are the projects the city plans to fund with $900 in property taxes over the next nine years. Mayor Ed Murray stood in a tiny park on Capitol Hill this morning to announce a massive property tax levy that's likely to appear on your ballot this fall.

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  3. The Morning News: The Latest Gay Bashing, Our Gay Mayor's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2015 | The Stranger

    He Had to Get Six Stitches in His Upper Lip: After four guys in Georgetown started chatting him up, he says. "Hey, faggot!" Taylor heard again before something - he thinks it was a boot - hit his face, slicing his upper lip.

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  4. The High List: Recommended Events for StonersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | The Stranger

    This free and open-to-the-public yoga class happens every third Thursday at 12:30 p.m., and according to the Henry website, is "taught side by side with video art, creating an immersive visual and yogic experience that activates and engages all the senses." Nearby snack: Portage Bay Cafe has the best toppings bar in town for those who wish to get down to business with their order of pancakes or French toast.

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  5. Eater's DigestRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | The Stranger

    Shanik owner Meeru Dhalwala says that a lack of weekday customers contributed to the restaurant's closure on March 21. Jude's Old Town in Rainier Beach promises to be a solid neighborhood bar. Owner Beau Hebert has mastered a winning watering-hole formula at his other business, Lottie's Lounge in Columbia City.

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  6. The Meteoric Rise of TotchosRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | The Stranger

    If you haven't yet run across this modification of the classic nachos, using middle-school favorite tater tots in place of tortilla chips, you likely will soon. In the last six months, they've gone from slipping in at the occasional dive bar to showing up at every trendy spot in town.

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  7. In Light of New Gay Bashing, Mayor Says He'll Create a Hate Crimes Task ForceRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | The Stranger

    Rob B Taylor, 25, appears to be the latest victim of an anti-LGBTQ hate crime in Seattle. Yesterday, he told The Stranger he was walking past a group of four young, African American men on 5th Avenue South and Brandon Street in Georgetown Sunday evening when one of them said, "Hey, you look like a faggot ."

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  8. The Morning News: City to Build Park on Slumlord Land, UW...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2015 | The Stranger

    The city is trying to collect $3 million in fines owed by Hugh Sisley, who's widely known as a slumlord. City Will Seize Slumlord Properties to Build a Park: The city wants to seize properties near northeast 65th street owned by slumlord Hugh Sisley , demolish the buildings, and build a park there, reports KING 5 UW Is Investigating Allegations That Frat Members Called Black Lives Matters Protesters "Apes": According to a complaint from student protesters , this involved members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and happened during a protest in February.

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  9. SIFF Will Revive the Harvard Exit For One Last FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2015 | The Stranger

    A happy, sad press release just arrived from our friends at the Seattle International Film Festival , declaring that audiences will have one last opportunity to enjoy the sumptuosity of the late, lamented Harvard Exit at this year's festival, which begins in May. The details: SEATTLE - March 12, 2015 - The Seattle International Film Festival announced today that the recently closed Harvard Exit Theatre on Capitol Hill will open its doors again as a venue for this year's Festival . The Harvard Exit Theatre, located at 807 East Roy Street on a leafy corner off Broadway, has been a venue for SIFF's annual Festival for 26 years, beginning in 1989 at the 15th Seattle International Film Festival.

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  10. The Morning News: Is Your Dog Really a Medical Marijuana Patient?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2015 | The Stranger

    The FDA Warns Washington Businesses that are Making Marijuana Meds for Dogs: "In its letter to Seattle's Canna-Pet, the FDA noted that the company promotes its product as especially beneficial for pets with 'nausea, chronic pain, cancer, seizures, among other maladies," reports the Seattle Times . Um, wait, is there any evidence that pets benefit from medical marijuana? "Patricia Talcott, professor and veterinary diagnostic toxicologist at Washington State University, said she isn't aware of any controlled studies that have been published dealing with the use of CBD products for animals," the Times reports.

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  11. In Search of Seattle's Best CrepesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2015 | The Stranger

    Crepes have come quite a ways from their humble beginnings as buckwheat pancakes peeled off of large flat stones in the fireplaces of Brittany. Today's flavor combinations are limited only by a chef's imagination.

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  12. Transgender Action, Departed Documentarians, and the Painful Intersection of Prayer and FajitasRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2015 | The Stranger

    MONDAY, MARCH 2 This week of transgender action, departed documentarians, and the painful intersection of prayer and fajitas kicked off in Seattle, where numerous residents were waylaid today by a potent batch of heroin . "As of 4 P.M. Monday, both police and fire officials received at least six reports of overdoses in North Seattle and downtown, requiring hospitalization," reported the SPD Blotter, offering no other details beyond a reminder of Washington's "Good Samaritan Law," which "offers legal protection against drug possession charges to anyone who calls 911 to report an overdose.

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  13. A New Neighborhood Bar and Bakeshop, a Vegan Filipino Pop-Up, and a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2015 | The Stranger

    Opening This Week: This Thursday, March 12, Jude's Old Town will open in Rainier Beach. Jude's promises to be a solid neighborhood bar; it's owned by Rainier Beach resident Beau Hebert, who has mastered a winning local watering hole formula at his other business, Lottie's Lounge , in Columbia City.

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  14. The Morning News: City Hall Takes Up Shell Oil, State Legislator...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2015 | The Stranger

    City Council Members Mike O'Brien, Kshama Sawant, and Nick Licata Have Taken a Stand Against Shell's Arctic Drilling Deal: But this morning will be the first time the rest of city hall is pushed to take a position. Would You Like Even More Detail Than That? Here's why you should be pissed at John Creighton , here's why you should be pissed at Stephanie Bowman , and here's why you should be pissed at Bill Bryant .

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  15. Council Member O'Brien Will Urge His Colleagues to Take a Stand...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2015 | The Stranger

    Council member Mike O'Brien is asking his colleagues to get involved in the decision to let Shell's Arctic drilling fleet stay in Seattle. Who else on the council is going to stand up to Shell? Today, Seattle City Council member Mike O'Brien will ask his fellow council members to sign a letter urging city officials to investigate the port's decision to host Shell's Arctic drilling fleet.

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  16. It's Official: Urban League President Pamela Banks Will Take on Kshama SawantRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2015 | The Stranger

    Urban League President Pamela Banks is running against Kshama Sawant for the new city council district covering Capitol Hill and the Central District. She's been publicly toying with the idea for a few weeks now, but today she made it official.

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  17. What Happened to Bike Activism in Seattle?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2015 | The Stranger

    The Cascade Bicycle Club - one of the largest municipal bike advocacy groups in the country - is considering whether to curb its political work in significant ways. This must mean we've reached cycling nirvana in Seattle, right? That we're on some Amsterdam-level bike-friendliness shit? That the Emerald City is a gleaming biketopia, where we can trust in our esteemed city officials to respect and protect the city's estimated 158,000 cyclists? This is the fucking USA, people.

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  18. The Morning News: Bellevue's New Police Chief, Pussy Riot on TV, and the Warmest February EverRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2015 | The Stranger

    We Just Set a Record for All-Time Warmest February "Since Official Measurements Began" The average temperature in Seattle last month was 48.8 degrees. We also had our warmest winter ever "by far!" More Than 20 Cities in the West Have Set Records This Year for Warm Winters: Including San Francisco, Salt Lake City, and Las Vegas.

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  19. The Morning News: Seattle Will Maybe Get New Tent Cities, World Will Maybe Get Ebola VaccineRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2015 | The Stranger

    This I-5 ledge near a homeless encampment is where a man fell to his death last month. Would he have been safer in a tent city? Seattle Heard Public Comment on Tent Cities Last Night: As Heidi pointed out on Thursday , homelessness is a growing problem in our city, and homeless activists say that a policy of evicting encampments only pushes them to surviving on dangerous peripheries like freeways.

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  20. Seattle Reacts to the FCC's Big Internet Freedom DecisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | The Stranger

    Sabrina Roach and Inye Wokoma hold up the spiffy logo for the new "Upgrade Seattle" campaign at a recent launch event. In the immortal words of former Republican Senator Ted Stevens, "the Internet is not a big truck."

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