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  1. Iler, RickRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Telegraph-Forum

    Rickie E. Iler LAKE STEVENS, WA: Rick Iler, of Lake Stevens, Washington, following a brief battle with cancer, succumbed at the University of Washington Medical Center, in Seattle, Washington on November 6, 2015. Rick was born on July 5th, 1954, in Lima, Ohio.


  2. to Beautiful to Live's 2,000th Episode with Luke Burbank Set for The Neptune TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago |

    STG announces a celebration of TBTL's 2,000th episode, featuring host Luke Burbank. This popular daily weekday podcast from Luke Burbank and co-host/producer Andrew Walsh focuses on everything from current events to the hosts' own inane lives.


  3. Sawant wins second term in expensive District 3 raceRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Madison Park Times

    It was the most expensive City Council election in Seattle history, and the winner believes her victory signals that voters are fed-up with corporate politics. Nearly $1 million was spent as Kshama Sawant and Pamela Banks faced off in a race that saw the Socialist Alternative incumbent win a second term in November, garnering 55 percent of the vote to represent the newly formed District 3 that includes Capitol Hill, Madison Park, Montlake and the Central Area.


  4. 2015 election certified: City Council District 1 goes to recountRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Seattle Gay News

    As of November 24, Lisa Herbold was 39 votes ahead of her rival, Shannon Braddock, for the City Council seat representing District 1 . Braddock led on election night, but as new ballots were counted, the lead seesawed back and forth, with Herbold ending up ahead.


  5. Disney's Beauty and the Beast Returning to Seattle, 12/11-13Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    Disney's Beauty and the Beast, the award-winning worldwide smash hit Broadway musical, is returning to Seattle as part of the KeyBank Broadway at The Paramount series. Produced by NETworks Presentations , this elaborate theatrical production will come to life on stage at The Paramount Theatre from December 11 - 13. For information on the production, visit .


  6. CHS Re:Take | Electric cars to Capitol Hill, 1901 - waiting just a...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog

    ... I threw down the gauntlet : a new chapter in the history of neighborhood streetcar service each month until the First Hill streetcar opens. This is month number two. Will we make it to three? This month, we're looking at a legit Capitol Hill ...


  7. 'War is Beautiful': Do New York Times photos glamorize war?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    Seattle author David Shields raises urgent questions about photojournalistic coverage of war in "War is Beautiful: The New York Times Pictorial Guide to the Glamour of Armed Conflict" . But in making The New York Times the sole target of his objections, Shields omits some much-needed newspaper-industry background and context.


  8. Morning News: New City Council Member Lorena Gonzalez Says...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | The Stranger

    "We will stand up for the poor, we will stand up for the underrepresented, and we will change the face of the table that represents power." Today is Lorena Gonzalez' First Day at City Council: "We can agree that growth and prosperity are good, but the market alone will not create prosperity for everyone.


  9. The 50 oldest businesses in District 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Capitol Hill Blog

    While the neighborhoods of Capitol Hill and Central Seattle continue to change and grow, not everything is glossy and new. CHS found that 45% of area business permits within District 3 have been active for 10 years or more.


  10. First Studio Mural in Downtown Phoenix Gets Tacky Makeover Thanks to American ExpressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Phoenix New Times

    For several years now, people cruising down Central Avenue near Civic Space Park in downtown Phoenix have been greeted by a blast from the past - - a mural depicting a trio of local legends from bygone television days. First created in wheatpaste by artists Nomas, Casebeer, and Jenny Ignaszewski, it's an homeage to The Wallace and Ladmo Show , one of America's longest running TV shows for children.


  11. Zeds Dead Set for Two-Night Stand at The Neptune This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 |

    Zeds Dead will play a two-night stand on November 25 & 27, 2015 at 9:00PM at The Neptune . Price: $26.50 .


  12. Man who shot at police in 3 Washington cities gets 71 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | WBNS

    A man who shot at police in three Washington cities last year, wounding one officer, has been sentenced to 71 years in prison. The Everett Daily Herald reports that Hans Hansen did not speak in court Tuesday before Snohomish County Superior Court Judge Ellen Fair handed down the sentence.


  13. The 2015 election is certified, but it is not yet overRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The results from the 2015 election were certified on Tuesday, three weeks after a record low-turnout election in a state known in the past for its democratic diligence. But the election is not yet over.


  14. 25,000 PSE customers without power amid downed trees, power linesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | KIRO-TV Seattle

    More than 35,000 Puget Sound Energy Customers are without power after reports of downed trees and power lines, according to the PSE outage map. High north winds causing some power outages in North Kitsap and this driver escaped injury on Laura Loop Rd @ SR305 Brockton Ave NE, Suquamish is closed between NE Bell St and Middle St due to fallen power lines entangled in trees.


  15. Seattle and Bellevue will host holiday magic on FridayRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Seattle Times

    It's officially Christmas season Friday, Nov. 27, welcomed by the Macy's Holiday Parade in downtown Seattle and Bellevue Magic Season Snowflake Lane's music, lights and falling snow in downtown Bellevue. Happy crowds fill downtown Seattle streets for the Holiday Parade, a local tradition celebrating its 25th year with holiday tunes from marching bands, floats, giant balloons and hundreds of costumed characters, with Santa in his sleigh as the grand finale.


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

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Seattle Weekly

    When this smash Rodgers and Hammerstein musical made its Broadway debut in 1959, Eisenhower was still in office, the Korean War was over, and the Cold War was at its height. American culture would be far different when the Julie Andrews movie came out in 1965 .


  17. This stretch of highway in Seattle is among America's worstRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    More importantly, have you ever done it without muttering, honking your horn or giving the one-finger salute as lanes narrow and drivers discover at the last moment that they are in an exit-only lane? The American Highway Users Alliance puts the stretch of I-5 from Madison Street to Lakeview Boulevard as the nation's 17th-worst bottleneck. The report says a stretch of Intestate 90 in Chicago is the worst bottleneck.


  18. Two Ballard organizations awarded Small and Simple GrantsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Last week Mayor Ed Murray announced that 24 community groups will receive matching funds to support neighborhood-initiated projects and among them are two Ballard organizations: Friends of Ballard Avenue and Ballard Civic Orchestra. 24 Seattle groups were allotted $464,823 total from the Department of Neighborhoods Neighborhood Matching Fund, which allocates grants for improvements in cultural festivals, physical improvements and events.


  19. November 24, birthdays for Oscar Robertson, Katherine Heigl, Sarah HylandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    The article focused on the closing of a cemetery in Massachusetts, which housed a famous grave said to give cures for ailments to those who prayed at it. "Miss Lena Klein, 22, of 175 Beach 87th St., Rockaway Beach, believes faith may bring an end to 20 years of suffering and yesterday announced her purpose of kneeling in prayer at the shrine from which a number of miraculous cures have been reported," the reported.


  20. Apple Cup 2015: It's Husky joke timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Coug Center

    Every year when we do this post, I promise I'll lead off with something different. I really do.


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