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  1. Renewed Fort Lawton hearings take a turn toward affordable housing supportRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Magnolia News

    Nearly seven pages worth of people testified during a Jan. 9 hearing at Magnolia United Church of Christ, where people filled chairs, lined walls, and crowded the entryway outside. Many testimonies used their time to voice frustrations about previous Queen Anne and Magnolia hearings that typically turned sour.


  2. Musings from the Laundromat | Soupful protestRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Magnolia News

    January came in with a bang. Before the month was halfway through, one person I love had been diagnosed with cancer, two had been hospitalized with heart problems, and one had died.


  3. Broadway-born Tacos Chukis set to join the community at 23rd and UnionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 22 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A taco joint with one of the humblest starts on Capitol Hill is ready for yet another Seattle expansion. The good news for fans of Tacos Chukis : This one is within walking distance.


  4. Now the owner of Mojito, former dishwasher Luam Wersom cooks, and gives back, from the heartRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    IF YOU'VE DRIVEN north on Lake City Way from Interstate 5, you've probably seen the top of the Latin American and Cuban restaurant Mojito behind a blackberry-cane-covered chain-link fence. It's painted such a bright sunshine-yellow that it practically glows.


  5. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    The sign at Costco explaining the jacked up price of a case of Gatorade has gone viral. On January 1, Seattle had several new progressive laws go into effect.


  6. Passing of Keith Jackson, historic voice of UW rowingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | They Husky Haul

    JANUARY 25: Sportscaster Keith Jackson speaks onstage at the 66th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on January 25, 2014 in Century City, California. Keith Jackson passing silenced the voice for virtually every sport in the US.


  7. Committee hears support, concerns for Seattle Asian Art Museum expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Seattle City Councilmember Debora Juarez led a public hearing on Friday where most comments were supportive of amending the land use code to allow for an expansion project at the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Juarez started the meeting by expressing her appreciation that city staff and the Seattle Art Museum had come back with an improved list of public benefits to be provided under a development agreement.


  8. Bertha Tunnel May Open Sooner: VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | Construction Equipment

    The new opening is sooner than originally estimated by STP, but the project as a whole is about three years behind due to cost overruns, Bertha the Tunnel Boring Machine's breakdowns, giant sinkholes, lawsuits, and political wrangling. The tunnel that Bertha built is scheduled to open to Seattle drivers this fall, possibly on October 25, based on an updated schedule from contractor STP.


  9. Seattle and Alberta offer lessons for Ontario on 'Fight for $15' min wage hikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 14 | Penticton Herald

    A worker talks on a radio as he stands at the end of a high-rise construction crane with the iconic Space Needle in the background, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017, in downtown Seattle, as viewed from the 66th floor of the Columbia Center. Protests, labour unrest and a public feud between Tim Hortons and the premier of Ontario have erupted in the wake of the province's recent minimum wage hike, raising questions about the wisdom of raising the standard by 30 per cent in just two years.


  10. Salt and Straw giving away free ice cream, to open in Ballard soonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | Viewing Feed

    The Portland artisan ice cream company, Salt and Straw, is planning to open its first Seattle stores next month: one in Capitol Hill and another here in Ballard. To drum up some excitement, they're going to be giving away free ice cream cups this Sunday in front of their upcoming store at 5420 Ballard Ave. NW .


  11. BASKETBALL: West Seattle HS girls, boys victorious over visiting LakesideRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 13 | West Seattle Blog

    Home games tonight vs. Lakeside for both West Seattle High School varsity teams. First, the girls continued their Metro-leading ways, beating the Lions 57-35: Final: West Seattle girls 57, Lakeside 35 at WSHS.


  12. Music of Remembrance commemorates International Holocaust Remembrance ...Read the original story

    Friday Jan 12 | Seattle Gay News

    MUSIC OF REMEMBRANCE 'ART FROM ASHES' CONCERT BENAROYA HALL ILLSLEY BALL NORDSTROM RECITAL HALL January 29 @ 5pm On Monday, January 29 at 5pm, Music of Remembrance presents its annual 'Art from Ashes' concert, a free community-wide event marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Established by a United Nations General Assembly resolution in November 2005, International Holocaust Remembrance Day honors the victims and survivors of the genocide that resulted in the death of an estimated 6 million Jews, 250,000 Roma, 250,000 mentally and physically disabled people, and 9,000 homosexuals.


  13. Baking for both sides of Capitol Hill's Gluten Divide: Q&A with Toby MatasarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 22 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A second-generation pastry chef trained in New York and Paris who moved here in 2000, Matasar gained a loyal following running Eats Market CafA in West Seattle for a decade. Following the cafe's 2015 closure, Matasar started a new venture, the Niche Gluten Free CafA and Bakery on 12th Ave across from Seattle U , which coincided with her own transition to a paleo diet.


  14. One-wheel wonders on Seattle sidewalks: Meet one of the 'e-riders'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | Seattle Times

    You may have seen people whizzing through downtown sidewalks on all sorts of "e-rideables," those electric-powered scooters, hoverboards and unicycles also known as "personal transportation devices." It's been hard tracking one of these e-riders down - they go so fast! But I recently caught up with one at a traffic light and he was happy to meet me later with his $1,000 SoloWheel Classic in front of his office building.


  15. Edmonds Restaurant News: A sweet answer to midnight cravings, plus a recap of 2017 food newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | My Edmonds

    Who's new ~ Who's closed ~ Who's in limbo? Here is a recap of restaurant events, starting with the newest spot in our locale Midnight Cookie Company is all about satisfying your craving for sweets in the middle of the night, literally. The Edmonds area facility launched Wednesday.


  16. Seattle Police, Homeland agents bust First Hill meth dealerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Seattle Police and Homeland Security agents served a search warrant at a First Hill apartment tower last Friday, seizing methamphetamine, liquid ecstasy, Viagra, Xanax and suspected ecstasy from an alleged drug dealer. A Seattle detective and task force member with Homeland Security Investigations was tipped off about a meth and gamma hydroxbutyrate dealer living in Tower Two of the Mill at First Hill Apartments, 801 Spring St. by a confidential informant, according to a search warrant affidavit.


  17. Beer Hall: Breakside Tea Time Pale Ale Release, Culmination Peche, and Ben's Second Anniversary BashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | Willamette Week

    As the new year of beer continues, the best breweries in Cascadia launch their first innovative batches of 2018. Whether tasting a variety of excellent beers from Seattle, a fresh-made pale ale from Breakside, or a special peach sour from Culmination, it's hard to make a poor choice at and of this week's best beer events.


  18. A good time to visit Capitol Hill's 'most strange & unique book bunker' Horizon BooksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 22 | Capitol Hill Blog

    What if we told you Horizon Books was still alive? We reported the 15th Ave E bookshop's closure in 2009 . Eventually, another book shop would take its place .


  19. West Seattle Art Walk, RapidRide H Line, and more for your ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | West Seattle Blog

    From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar , tonight's spotlight event is the January edition of the West Seattle Art Walk , "5 pm until late." Here's the map/venue list for winter quarter: It's not just art - it's also food/beverage venues with specials, as you'll see on the list.


  20. Seattle's Polson Building survives, despite 2 firesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | Seattle Times

    THE ALASKAN WAY VIADUCT was shut down on the afternoon of June 14, 1974, after the six-floor Polson Building was ignited by an arsonist . The Seattle Fire Department keeps good records.


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