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  1. A world of food, drink awaits at weekend's Bite of SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Seattle Times

    Yum! It's a world of food and beverages at the Bite of Seattle this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 21-23, at Seattle Center. Taste returning favorites like Classic Catering Salmon Bake, Bai Tong Thai, New Orleans Cookery alligator-on-a-stick or Ziegler's Bratwurst Haus, and new restaurant selections including Hawaii's BBQ huli chicken and poke, King's Chicken and sushi burritos from Topos.


  2. Old-school appeal in Wallingford's new Union SaloonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Seattle Times

    At the corner pub Union Saloon, The Doobie Brothers exhort you to listen to the music, the bar man entices with $6 cocktails, and this shorts-and-sandals evening comes with the promise that the sun won't set till 9. It's only 5. The No. 31 articulated bus had screeched to a stop right out front.


  3. Rent hikes slow around the country, but surge again in Seattle. What's going on?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 27 | Seattle Times

    Finally, after several years of punishing rent hikes, the pain is finally coming to an end for renters across the country. New reports show that rents throughout the Seattle area continue to surge at among the highest rates in the country.


  4. Seattle's Ayron Jones: We need rock 'n' roll more than everRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Seattle Times

    Seattle's Ayron Jones and the Way is on a mission to reintroduce classic, American rock 'n' roll to a new generation. "There's nothing more American than rock 'n' roll," says Jones, who will celebrate the release of his new guitar-centric album "Audio Paint Job" on Saturday, June 24, at the Neptune Theatre.


  5. Is Seattle's proposed soda tax also a tax on sugary lattes?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2017 | Seattle Times

    With a sweetened-beverage tax proposed for Seattle, most of the buzz has been about whether the tax would cover diet soda in addition to regular pop. But the Emerald City isn't known for soda pop - it's known for coffee, including the sugar-charged lattes that have helped make Starbucks a worldwide superbrand.


  6. Family sues Seattle and Sound Transit, claims streetcar tracks caused bicyclist's deadly crashRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2017 | Seattle Times

    The family of a bicyclist killed a year ago have filed claims against the city of Seattle and Sound Transit, saying the First Hill Streetcar trolley tracks were to blame for the crash. The family, which is seeking damages in excess of $2 million for each claim, announced the action during a news conference Wednesday morning on the anniversary of Desiree McCloud's death.


  7. Rant & Rave: Thanks for tax helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2017 | Seattle Times

    RAVE For AARP volunteers who do our taxes free of charge. Year after year I see the same people giving up a sunny day to pour over and make sense of our numbers.


  8. The results are in: Here's where the new Dick's Drive-In will beRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2017 | Seattle Times

    The southend is finally getting a Dick's Drive-In. But you'll have to wait until fall of 2018, maybe even winter for those beloved burgers and shakes.


  9. Vital Port of Seattle deserves strong leadership nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2017 | Seattle Times

    FOR more than 100 years, the Port of Seattle has been a vital part of our region's economic development and cultural growth. People and goods from around the world enter - and exit - our region through airport and seaport facilities, creating jobs and business opportunities for everyone from new immigrants to CEOs, and generating millions of dollars in local and state taxes.


  10. Facing rental crisis, Seattle creates a renters' commission to explore new lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2017 | Seattle Times

    The Seattle City Council on Monday afternoon voted unanimously to create what is believed to be the nation's first renters' commission, which will push laws to help a growing group that makes up 54 percent of all households yet has a weak voice in City Hall. As rents have skyrocketed across Seattle and long-time tenants have been priced out, advocates for renters have said it was a constituency that hasn't been heard as a unified group.


  11. How to find inspiration from simple ingredientsRead the original story

    Mar 13, 2017 | Seattle Times

    Several years ago, I traveled with my cousin for the first time. It was illuminating, as we had never spent so much time together - a week - outside of family gatherings.


  12. The squeeze is on: Tax bills soar at Seattle's old apartment buildingsRead the original story

    Mar 1, 2017 | Seattle Times

    This 1909 apartment building at 411 E. Thomas Street, owned by longtime Capitol Hill landlord Bob Weisenbach, has seen its property tax bill rise by 42 percent in two years. Older buildings, many of them below the market in rent, are getting especially hard-hit by soaring tax bills.


  13. Damage to West Point treatment plant could top $25 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2017 | Seattle Times

    King County is still investigating, but it appears that a power surge might have knocked out two pumps and led to the massive damage. Damage to the crippled West Point wastewater treatment plant in Seattle could cost more than $25 million to repair and might have happened after a power surge knocked out two pumps and led to major flooding, according to new details from King County.


  14. Seattle home too toxic to enter sparked a bidding frenzy - now we know whyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2017 | Seattle Times

    A crumbling, toxic home that was too dangerous to enter quickly became a symbol of Seattle's scorching housing market when it sold last year for $427,000 after what the listing agent called an "insane" bidding war. With five feet of standing water, air too hazardous to breathe, piles of rusty old appliances blocking doorways, and ceilings that could fall down at any moment, it was such a derelict that prospective buyers weren't allowed inside - only licensed contractors who signed a legal waiver could step foot in the home.


  15. Art, crime and survival: 'Awaiting Oblivion' seeks hope in hopelessnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2017 | Seattle Times

    That "instruction" was mailed in a cigar box last October by "AO," an anonymous Seattle street artist and activist - who might be an individual art-vandal or might be a group. The box was sent to theater-maker and homeless-youth outreach worker Tim Smith-Stewart .


  16. Dude York's personality shines through on new recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2017 | Seattle Times

    Like many rock bands with DIY roots, Dude York's career has been a journey toward clarity - better recordings, more focused songwriting. It's fitting, then, that the band, which plays a record-release show at Chop Suey on Thursday, Feb. 23, has paired its most direct writing with its biggest-sounding songs to date.


  17. Seattle mayor to deliver state-of-the-city address at mosqueRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2017 | Seattle Times

    Mayor Ed Murray will deliver his annual State of the City address next week at a North Seattle mosque, he announced Monday. The city's mayors usually give their State of the City speeches in the City Council's chambers at City Hall. 6 comments

  18. What's the rush with KeyArena plan?Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2017 | Seattle Times

    KeyArena, foreground, is at the center of a heated debate about how best to bring the NBA back to Seattle. Seattle is right to explore options to bring the NBA back to KeyArena.


  19. Slurp away at Ballard's Sen Noodle BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2017 | Seattle Times

    Our town was made for soup. The sooty dusks of November. The deep, shivery dampness of January.


  20. Seattle to decide KeyArena viability before possible vote on Sodo street vacationRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Seattle Times

    Wed., December 7, 2016. Seattle's lower Queen Anne neighborhood with the Seattle Center and Key Arena.


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