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  1. 3 Water-Activated Murals Installed Depicting Seattle HomelessRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Seattle's Union Gospel Mission unveils Lost and Found, a series of three 8' x 8' water-activated murals based on acclaimed photographer Lee Jeffries' stunning portraits of the homeless. The limited-engagement art installations bring attention to the city's homeless in the moment of their greatest need.


  2. Happening Now: West Seattle Art Walk and Shop Late ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | West Seattle Blog

    Some of the shopping and art-admiring you can do is in the breezeway on the west side of the 4700 block of California: Artist Stacey Sterling is there - she worked with community members to create a mural during last July's West Seattle Summer Fest , and a short ceremony just officially commemmorated its placement in the breezeway. 6:46 PM: Photographer Karen Mason Blair is at Easy Street Records until about 8 pm, signing her book "Loud Love": 7:33 PM: Art Walk stretches beyond The Junction you can stop for art and wine at Viscon Cellars - Megan Simmons is showing her work tonight: 7:58 PM : Back in The Junction, Click! Design That Fits is open until 9 tonight.


  3. Xtreme Theatresports To Host New Year's Eve Party! 12/31Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Laugh your way into the new year with Unexpected Productions. We proudly present Seattle's only fast-paced comedy improv battle.


  4. Starbucks Opens 23,000-Square-Foot Starbucks Reserve Roastery New York a 'Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Restaurant News Resource

    Starbucks Reserve Roastery New York opens in meatpacking district where the company's rarest and freshest coffees will be roasted and served Starbucks announced today the opening of Starbucks Reserve Roastery New York, which opens its doors to the public on Friday, December 14. Located in the meatpacking district at 61 9th Avenue , the New York location marks Starbucks fourth Roastery and second location in the U.S. The immersive coffee experience across nearly 23,000 square feet of retail space celebrates the heritage of roasting and the craft of coffee. The sights and sounds of coffee's journey from bean to cup are reflected at every turn in the thoughtfully designed environment.


  5. Bomb threats emailed to multiple locations across Virginia, the USRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | WTVR Richmond

    Dozens of institutions across the country, including multiple jurisdictions in Virginia, received email threats Thursday afternoon, causing evacuations and sweeps of buildings. At this time it unclear if the threats are connected.


  6. The 'Seattle Squeeze' Can Only Be Avoided by Radical Responses, Such as Making Transit FreeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Stranger

    The bad news is there are no solutions to the "Seattle Squeeze" that are car-friendly. The closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct, which is now a month away, presents us with a limit, not an obstacle.


  7. 11 Winter Solstice 2018 Events in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Stranger

    Take a Solstice Stroll through the Kruckeberg Botanic Garden, which will be aglow with lights until the winter solstice passes. Northern Hemisphere dwellers will experience the shortest day of the year on Friday Dec 21. If that makes you sad, there are many ways for you to keep your days warm and bright with winter solstice events in Seattle.


  8. Traffic/Transit Today: Thursday watchRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    No snow in the forecast, but it's a reminder that winter is just days away - the solstice moment is 2:23 pm our time on Friday, December 21st. We also have another sign of impending winter - this announcement from Seattle Parks: Routine wint... Another big story today: More new info about getting between here and downtown during the Highway 99 closure ... and beyond.


  9. West Seattle Crime Watch: From false alarms to porch piratesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    FALSE ALARMS FYI: SPD has been busy this past hour. Two possible in-progress burglaries that drew full-code responses were subsequently to be false alarms, and we're mentioning them in case you wondered: 9000 block 14th SW and 3900 block SW Ida.


  10. Three one-of-a-kind Santa stops this weekend in West SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    SANTA AT THE MENASHE FAMILY LIGHTS : It's the most Christmasy setting possible for Santa photos - at the Menashe Family Lights , 6-10 pm Saturday . Bring nonperishable food for the West Seattle Food Bank .


  11. 8-month detour for Burke-Gilman Trail in FremontRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Viewing Feed

    Starting next week, a section of the Burke-Gilman will be rerouted to allow for the replacement of a 100-year-old water main next to the Ship Canal. The eight-month closure will start on Monday, Dec. 17, with a detour beginning on the west end of the Fremont Canal Park.


  12. Man struck, killed by SUV last night in InterbayRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Viewing Feed

    Just after 11pm Wednesday night, police were called to the 2200 block of 15th Ave W by the 23-year-old driver of the SUV. The victim had reportedly stepped into the roadway and was struck by the SUV.


  13. Slog AM: New SR Tunnel is Designed to Withstand All Most...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Stranger

    The kids are all tired: In 2017, the high-school start times in Seattle were pushed back to let the teenagers get an extra hour of sleep. A new study shows what any common sense person would assume -the kids got more sleep.


  14. Could tiny houses help solve Philly's big homelessness problem?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    Some of the tiny homes to house people who are homeless at Othello Village in Seattle. A proposal in Philadelphia would involve a village of tiny homes almost twice the size, in Frankford.


  15. What to expect if there's a partial government shutdownRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | KAPP-TV Yakima

    With Time's 2018 Person of the Year set to be unveiled Tuesday morning, take a look back at the last 26 years of honorees. With Friday marking the 77th anniversary of the Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, take a look back at the attack that drew the U.S. into World War II through archival photographs.


  16. Region's Center for New Year's Eve Offers Spectrum of Ways to Greet 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Times

    While Seattleites across the city will look toward Seattle Center for the spectacular 30-minute musically choreographed light show originating from the Space Needle, thousands will gather on the campus for all kind of New Year's Eve revelry. From the fun, free Seattle Center Winterfest offerings to Straight No Chase in Marion Oliver McCaw Hall at Seattle Center and the many NYE events at venues on the grounds, Seattle Center is NYE-central for the region.


  17. King County talks new Queen Anne enhanced modular shelter plansRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

    Renderings courtesy of King County: The enhanced modular shelter to be constructed in Queen Anne will serve 72 people experiencing homelessness, and includes two dorm buildings, a common building, laundry facilities, an area for dogs and staff on site 24/7. Photos by Brandon Macz: Dan Wise, director of homeless services at Catholic Community Services, right, answers questions from angry residents following a presentation of the shelter plans on Tuesday, Dec. 11. Mark Ellerbrook, regional housing and community development manager for King County's Department of Community and Human Services is at center.


  18. 'Neighborhood activist' Murakami, pot entrepreneur Bowers join race for District 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Capitol Hill Blog

    Pat Murakami , defeated in her 2017 run against Lorena GonzA lez for the council's Position 9 citywide seat, and pot entrepreneur Logan Bowers have joined nonprofit director and entrepreneur Beto Yarce in the race to lead District 3 representing neighborhoods including Capitol Hill, the Central District, First Hill, and, yes, Beacon Hill. UPDATE: YAY! We're back above 700 subscribers! Join the club! Consider becoming a subscriber at $1/$5/$10 a month to help CHS provide community news.


  19. Reuben's Brews is search of the next great home brewerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Reuben's Brews just announced its 3rd annual Hop Idol Homebrew Contest . Entries are now being accepted.


  20. vendor Ron Woolms:Read the original story

    Wednesday | Real Change

    Ron Woolms knows how to look on the bright side. Since 2012, Woolms has suffered from a debilitating trucking injury, both of his parents passed within six weeks of each other, he lost his career and shortly after he lost his housing.


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