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  1. The future is ReachRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Seattle drivers now have another tool in their transportation arsenal, with the launch of a new free-floating car-share service designed to compete with the likes of Car2Go and ZipCar while offering expanded services. BMW Group officials announced Seattle would be both the first service city and North American headquarters for ReachNow during an event on Friday, April 8, at Pike Motorworks in Capitol Hill, where a BMW showroom had once been.

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  2. EDITORIAL | Nextdoor's semi-public dealingsRead the original story

    Mar 2, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Whether the city continues its partnership with online residential community site Nextdoor.com appears to be up in the air. While the site has its uses, fostering inclusiveness at public meetings is not currently one of them.

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  3. More than 15,000 pack Seattle Center for SandersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Before heading into KeyArena, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke to an overflow crowd of several thousand. Photo by Joe Veyera A Bernie Sanders supporter holds up a sign, as the senator's speech plays for the overflow crowd.

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  4. EDITORIAL | Nextdoor's semi-public dealingsRead the original story

    Mar 2, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Whether the city continues its partnership with online residential community site Nextdoor.com appears to be up in the air. While the site has its uses, fostering inclusiveness at public meetings is not currently one of them.

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  5. EDITORIAL | Nextdoor's semi-public dealingsRead the original story

    Mar 2, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Whether the city continues its partnership with online residential community site Nextdoor.com appears to be up in the air. While the site has its uses, fostering inclusiveness at public meetings is not currently one of them.

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  6. EDITORIAL | Nextdoor's semi-public dealingsRead the original story

    Mar 2, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Whether the city continues its partnership with online residential community site Nextdoor.com appears to be up in the air. While the site has its uses, fostering inclusiveness at public meetings is not currently one of them.

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  7. Food Matters | It gets betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Chef Brian Clevenger has opened East Anchor Seafood, a market with a communcal table, next door to his Vendemmia in Madrona. Photo by Ronald Holden No need to be alarmed.

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  8. Food Matters | It gets betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Chef Brian Clevenger has opened East Anchor Seafood, a market with a communcal table, next door to his Vendemmia in Madrona. Photo by Ronald Holden No need to be alarmed.

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  9. Food Matters | It gets betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Chef Brian Clevenger has opened East Anchor Seafood, a market with a communcal table, next door to his Vendemmia in Madrona. Photo by Ronald Holden No need to be alarmed.

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  10. Food Matters | It gets betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    Chef Brian Clevenger has opened East Anchor Seafood, a market with a communcal table, next door to his Vendemmia in Madrona. Photo by Ronald Holden No need to be alarmed.

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  11. Outside City Hall | Neighborhoods win with November electionRead the original story

    Jan 6, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    There was a lot of gloating in pro-density/pro-growth blogs when initial results of City Council elections came out Nov. 3. These were the first elections under our new district system, and in all but two of the nine races , developer-backed candidates were leading by wide margins. Many political observers saw this as victory for the status quo.

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  12. Aging with Care | Never too old to playRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    We are never too old to delight in play, and research is telling us this: We benefit because play stretches our brain's capacity to process information. Without activities that demand multi-tasking, imagination, visualization, spatial connections and sequencing of information, our brain functions slowly diminish as does our capacity for dealing with complex situations by responding with fast-actions.

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  13. Aging with Care | Never too old to playRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    We are never too old to delight in play, and research is telling us this: We benefit because play stretches our brain's capacity to process information. Without activities that demand multi-tasking, imagination, visualization, spatial connections and sequencing of information, our brain functions slowly diminish as does our capacity for dealing with complex situations by responding with fast-actions.

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  14. Outside City Hall | Neighborhoods win with November electionRead the original story

    Jan 6, 2016 | Madison Park Times

    There was a lot of gloating in pro-density/pro-growth blogs when initial results of City Council elections came out Nov. 3. These were the first elections under our new district system, and in all but two of the nine races , developer-backed candidates were leading by wide margins. Many political observers saw this as victory for the status quo.

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

    Nov 27, 2015 | 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.

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  16. Seattle Soundings | The curious case of the 37th DistrictRead the original story

    Oct 20, 2015 | Madison Park Times

    This year is a milestone in Seattle politics, and not just because of the new districts for City Council elections. The infusion of enormous wealth into Seattle's economy - especially the seemingly limitless corporate welfare enjoyed by real estate interests - has finally given Seattle big-city politics, in which small fortunes get spent, legally and otherwise, to keep the gravy train rolling.

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  17. County Council's TrEE Committee hears concerns about Metro changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2015 | Madison Park Times

    The Mountaineers Club was packed for the Metropolitan King County Council's Transportation Economy & Environment Committee hearing on Metro Transit on Oct. 6. Photo by Brandon Macz Seattle resident Rachel Ben-Shmuel shares her thoughts on proposed Metro Transit changes with a staff member assigned to answer questions during the Oct. 6 meeting. Photo by Brandon Macz Metropolitan King County Council members heard more than two hours of testimony on Oct. 6 from a large number of Northeast Seattle residents concerned about Metro Transit cuts and route revisions proposed to begin at the start of University Link light rail service in March.

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  18. Outside City Hall | Key city decisions on the line with November electionRead the original story

    Oct 14, 2015 | Madison Park Times

    The upcoming Seattle City Council elections will determine the future of our neighborhoods and our remaining stock of low-income housing. It's all on the line.

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  19. Pronto expands subsidized membership programRead the original story

    Oct 2, 2015 | Madison Park Times

    At $85 a year, a full-price annual membership for Pronto Cycle Share is one of the more affordable transportation methods in Seattle. That price point, however, still serves as a barrier to many to take advantage of unlimited rides of 30 minutes or less within the 500-bike, 50-station system, which includes Capitol Hill and First Hill.

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  20. Sawant, Banks shift focus to District 3 general electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2015 | Madison Park Times

    Citywide incumbent Kshama Sawant and Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle president and CEO Pamela Banks advanced from the initial five-person field in the Aug. 4 primary, as the pair battle on to represent approximately 90,000 people in Madison Park, Montlake, Capitol Hill and the Central Area. While Sawant handily won the primary tally with less than 52 percent of the vote, Banks said she was right where she wanted to be at this point in the campaign, just shy of 35 percent.

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