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  1. 'The Winter Fortress': a daring mission in the snows of NorwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Seattle Times

    Seattle author Neal Bascomb's "The Winter Fortress" tells the true story of a daring World War II raid with a fearfully high-stakes goal - to block Germany from building an atomic bomb. A launch party for Bascomb's book will be held Thursday, May 5, at Seattle's Hugo House.

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  2. Fly Moon Royalty promises to stir up 'Delicious Trouble'Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 20 | Seattle Times

    In 2013, everything seemed to be on track for the electro-soul duo Fly Moon Royalty. Vocalist Adra Boo and MC/DJ Mike Illvester had released a popular LP and followed it up with two acclaimed EPs.

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  3. Tahoma girls win Pasco track & field InvitationalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 16 | Seattle Times

    The Tahoma girls team, boosted by a top state time in the 4 100 relay in 47.13 seconds, took the team title at the Pasco Invitational on Saturday. The Bears finished with 55 points, Rocky Mountain was second with 42.5 and Curtis third with 36 points at the 60-team meet.

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  4. Don't let the U District become the next South Lake UnionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 16 | Seattle Times

    DENSITY is Seattle's newest buzzword. With tens of thousands coming to Seattle, the city is seeing red-hot demand for more housing, increased workforce housing and added commercial space.

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  5. The path to the mayor's education summit is full of challengesRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 16 | Seattle Times

    SEATTLE Mayor Ed Murray's dogged push to force a civic conversation about the city's schools is necessary and timely. A series of education-focused community meetings are being held now - four are planned in the next two weeks - and will culminate in an education summit April 30. The city of Seattle's role in improving Seattle Schools is mostly limited to supplemental funding via the $235 million, seven-year Families and Education Levy approved in 2011.

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  6. Anne Gould Hauberg, 98, dies; arts philanthropist, co-founder of Pilchuck Glass SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 15 | Seattle Times

    Anne Gould Hauberg, daughter of prominent Seattle architect Carl Gould, was known for her arts philanthropy and advocacy for the learning disabled. She died April 11 at 98. Anne Gould Hauberg played a role in the creation of many local institutions: Pilchuck Glass School, the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, the Experimental Education Unit at the University of Washington, and more.

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  7. Police officer rescues toddler from West Seattle pondRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 9 | Seattle Times

    A Seattle police officer rescued and revived a 2-year-old girl who wandered out of her West Seattle yard Saturday and fell into a pond. The girl's parents called 911 just before noon to report her missing.

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  8. BMW wants to share in Seattle's car-sharing boomRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 8 | Seattle Times

    BMW is jumping into the sharing economy in Seattle, with a plan to get you behind the wheel of a Mini Cooper anytime you want one. BMW announced Friday it is launching a car-sharing program, ReachNow, in Seattle, and setting up the division's North American headquarters at a Belltown office.

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  9. The Week Ahead: Seattle Restaurant Week, Spring Fair, Sharon JonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 8 | Seattle Times

    This film, set in 1980 just before the start of fall classes at a Texas college and featuring a cast of talented unknowns, is sunnier and funnier than its predecessor, Richard Linklater's 1993 cult fave "Dazed and Confused." Now playing at several theaters.

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  10. Meet the photographer who loved the rain forest, so he bought some of itRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 7 | Seattle Times

    Charlie Hamilton James was closely observing a bald eagle's nest when the vicious comments started rolling in. Episode One of "I Bought A Rainforest" had just aired on BBC, and Twitter users were quick to point out its privileged overtones.

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  11. Sinkhole led to big worries over Bertha's tunnel-digging workRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 6 | Seattle Times

    Soon after the new year's restart of tunnel-machine Bertha, geotechnical expert Gregg Korbin became alarmed when he read a daily performance report. The numbers told him the giant drill was eating dirt too fast.

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  12. Seattle neighbors bonded for life, to city's benefitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 6 | Seattle Times

    A neighborhood reunion of friends now in their 80s recalls the roots of connection across ethnic lines in a segregated neighborhood. Saturday afternoon, a group of people, mostly in their 80s, got together to renew their ties, catch up on news and reminisce about growing up in and around Seattle's Central Area in a very different time.

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  13. Seattle Central College interim president in running for president's jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 5 | Seattle Times

    Sheila Edwards Lange, interim president of Seattle Central College, has been selected as one of three finalists for the job of president of the Capitol Hill community college. Edwards Lange has been interim president since late last year.

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  14. Starbucks picks New York as site for next high-end roasteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 5 | Seattle Times

    Starbucks has picked New York City's Meatpacking District as the site of its second high-end coffee temple and roastery, a concept the retail giant pioneered in Seattle's Capitol Hill as a way to reforge its credibility as purveyor of coffee that appeals to the most discerning customer. The new Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room is expected to open in 2018.

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  15. Expanding rail, bus transit is tantalizing, but questions must be clearly answered firstRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2016 | Seattle Times

    The implication is that voters in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties have no choice but to approve the $50 billion , 25-year program of transit construction on November's ballot. That may rally transit supporters, but it doesn't help the rest of us trying to get our heads around the staggering investment the third phase of Sound Transit could require.

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  16. Companies rediscover the allure of citiesRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2016 | Seattle Times

    More than 500 companies relocated, opened new offices or expanded in downtowns nationally from 2010 to 2015, according to a study by Smart Growth America and Cushman & Wakefield. If Bill Gates and Paul Allen were moving their new Microsoft here today, it's doubtful they would locate in far suburban Redmond.

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  17. Feminist punk scene thrives in Seattle, 'laughing at the patriarchy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2016 | Seattle Times

    In the Central District house where three of the four members of local pop-punk band Tacocat live, bassist Bree McKenna, guitarist Lelah Maupin and vocalist Emily Nokes hang out on the couch, while roommate and bandmate Eric Randall makes coffee. A feisty chihuahua named Benito Dogriquez wanders around the living room.

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  18. It's all downhill from Queen AnneRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Location: Queen Anne is bordered by Elliott Ave West, then 15th Avenue West to the west; the Fremont Canal to the north; Lake Union, then Aurora Avenue North to the east; and Broad Street, then Denny Way to the south, if including Lower Queen Anne and the Seattle Center as part of the larger neighborhood. Why people move to this neighborhood: Queen Anne sits on a 456-foot hill in Seattle and offers some of the most impressive views of the Space Needle, city skyline, Mount Rainier and Elliott Bay anywhere in the city, particularly from its small hilltop parks like Bhy Kracke , Marshall and Kerry parks.

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  19. CenturyLink Field PSA asks city to lean on Chris Hansen to reach scheduling agreementRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Occidental Avenue, between Holgate and Massachusetts is a proposed site for a new sports arena south of Safeco Field, visible in the background. The Washington State Public Stadium Authority sent a letter Monday that requests that Chris Hansen reach an event scheduling agreement before vacating the street for a proposed sports arena in Sodo District.

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  20. Seattle mayor drops plan for second 'safe lot' for those living in cars, RVsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has canceled plans to open a second permanent "safe lot" for people living in cars and recreational vehicles because he says the first is costing more than expected. Responding to concerns about a growing number of vehicles parked for weeks and months in Fremont, Ballard, Magnolia and other neighborhoods, Murray in January issued and the City Council approved an emergency order to quickly open a pair of safe lots for the homeless - one in Ballard and one in Delridge.

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