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  1. Earth Day: Congratulations to local students in this year's Environmental SlamRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    On this Earth Day, congratulations go out to the local students who competed in this year's Environmental Slam , presented by the Washington Foundation for the Environment this past Thursday night at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center . Each team gave a five-minute presentation about a local/regional environmental issue and what people can do about it.


  2. Iconic restaurant destroyed in fireRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Update: Spokane firefighters say the iconic Shogun restaurant on E. 3rd Ave. appears to be a total loss after an early morning fire destroyed the building. First arriving companies found heavy fire coming through the roof of the Shogun Restaurant and immediately began to attack the fire.


  3. SUNDAY: Ride for Major Taylor will bring hundreds of bicycle riders through Fauntleroy ferry dockRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | West Seattle Blog

    Those are some of the riders who took part in the Cascade Bicycle Club 's Ride for Major Taylor two years ago, when it started at Chief Sealth International High School . This year's ride is tomorrow, with its start and finish line at the bike playground in White Center's Dick Thurnau Park .


  4. Police search after crash between West Seattle and South ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | West Seattle Blog

    If you notice police activity just southwest of the 1st Avenue South Bridge, in the area between West Seattle and South Park, here's what it's about, according to scanner traffic: Police are looking for a suspect who is reported to have run away after crashing a vehicle near Highland Park Way SW/2nd SW.


  5. Bellingham Beer Week, April 20th thru 28thRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    In recent years Bellingham, Washington has earned a reputation as a great beer town, with over a dozen breweries in and around the city. Along with that, a handful of great beer-focused bars and a beer-loving populace that has turned Bellingham into the best place in America to not find bad beer.


  6. Talking about homelessness with a kid? Here's how our reporter did itRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    Eleven-year-old Nina Parry noticed a man sitting outside her neighborhood QFC. She and her mom brought him food.


  7. Tortoise dubbed 'Humpty Dumpty' undergoes surgery after fall causes shell to crackRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | KHQ-TV Spokane

    San Diego County Animal Services Director Dan DeSousa says the 90-pound male African spurred tortoise probably was a pet that got loose from a yard. He says it was found Sunday after falling a the wall while escaping a dog.


  8. The Goodman to Examine the Ferguson Unrest and Aftermath in Two PlaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 |

    A collective of perspectives. A public outcry. The establishment of a movement. This month, two new plays- Until the Flood by Dael Orlandersmith , directed by Neel Keller and florissant & canfield by Kristiana Rae Colon, directed by Derrick Sanders -bring a national dialogue to the stage.


  9. Why organizers say no to a new youth detention center in King CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    Bill Radke talks to Nikkita Oliver, Seattle attorney and organizer with No New Youth Jail Coalition about why community organizers and activists want the county to re-think the building of a new multi-million dollar youth detention center and instead redistribute the money to more community services. The Seattle region has been growing so fast, there are now 400,000 more people here than in 2009, when we agreed to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct with a tunnel.


  10. 5 new Seattle happy hours for your spring vibesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | Seattle Times

    Just the other day, I jogged by Jimi Hendrix Park and heard a dad who was pushing a stroller, crooning "easy like Sunday morning." It was wet and windy but sunny in his mind.


  11. Opponents to the employee hours tax argue that employees hours tax will have unintended consequencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | Real Change

    They're markedly smaller than the buildings around them, and the glass shapes that form them - what Wikipedia assures are "pentagonal hexecontahedrons" - allow passersby a glimpse into a lush, verdant jungle at odds with the rest of the scenery downtown. Just outside, a small, concrete dog park is filled with employees' designer pups.


  12. Taxi drivers protest ultimatum at Sea-Tac AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    That's partly why cabbies picketed at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Tuesday, fighting back against a new ultimatum from one cab company. Eastside for Hire, a Tukwila-based taxi business with a three-year exclusive contract for airport service, wants to eliminate 85 taxis from its 405-vehicle airport-taxi fleet - and make remaining drivers pay $9,000 to stay in the fleet.


  13. Would you rather be hit by a taxi or an Uber?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 17 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    That brings us to today's KUOW listener question. Who has more insurance coverage to handle your medical bills in case of a crash: an Uber driver or a taxi driver? KUOW listener Jennifer Weitman said she came up with the question while stuck in traffic with her partner on I-5.


  14. Charge: Suspect at large after Renton bar shootingRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 17 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Authorities still seek a 29-year-old man charged Friday with shooting a man five times in February outside a Renton bar. Authorities still seek a 29-year-old man charged Friday with shooting a man five times in February outside a Renton bar.


  15. Highlights for your West Seattle TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 17 | West Seattle Blog

    ROTARY CLUB OF WEST SEATTLE: Guests always welcome at the noon lunch meeting at the Masonic Center - check here for speaker/presentation info. LIGHT RAIL STAKEHOLDER ADVISORY GROUP: 5-8 pm, it's the next meeting of the Sound Transit -convened Stakeholder Advisory Group , part of the process to plan the West Seattle and Ballard light-rail lines.


  16. Janet (Surridge) Oa Brien 1940-2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 17 | Daily World

    Janet O'Brien was greeted by the angels and saints on April 10, 2018, and was once again embraced by her beloved husband, Victor O'Brien. We will deeply miss her selfless heart, her sage advice, and her love and devotion to family and friends.


  17. CHS Pics | Seattle March for Science champions 'underrepresented voices'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The March for Science returned to the streets of Capitol Hill this weekend with a focus on the underrepresented voices in its call for evidence-based policies in Washington D.C. "We also can't understate the importance of diverse perspectives and experiences in science," Rep. Pramila Jayapal said before calling out a roster of those voices. "How many know about Mamie Phillips Clark , the first black woman to earn a doctoral degree from Columbia, whose research on racism was vital to the Brown v.


  18. Celebrate National Poetry Month with Aimee Nezhukumatathil and Susan RichRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | West Seattle Blog

    The two featured writers at this month's WordsWest Literary Series event, 7 pm Wednesday at C & P Coffee Company , include one of the series's co-curators. Here's the preview of who you'll see and hear: celebrate National Poetry Month with poems that revel in the world's mysteries, from the vast to the minute, from nature to art, from curiosities to companionship.


  19. Seattle will be too expensive for you when you retire, longtime resident is toldRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 14 | Seattle Times

    Longtime Seattle resident Michelle Kelly is a disciplined saver with a stable work history in art and teaching, professions that she loves. But as Kelly, 56, looks ahead to retirement, the mathematics of her personal finances lead to a sobering conclusion: She can't afford to live in Seattle when she stops working.


  20. end: Timbers, All You Can Eat Pancakes and 12 Other...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 13 | Willamette Week

    Bright Moments & Camas High School Choir, the Shivas Portland composer Kelly Pratt has become the arranger of choice when big names like his old band Beirut, David Byrne, Arcade Fire and others want to use bigger musical forces than the standard keyboards and guitars. Ethan Chessin was best known as a trombonist in MarchFourth Marching Band before taking over as director of Camas High School Choir.


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