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  1. 'Come From Away,' 'Urinetown' enjoy great D.C. productionsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Washington Blade

    Small towns have long served as reliable settings for American musicals. Keeping in that tradition, Irene Sankoff and David Hein's "Come From Away" takes place in Gander, a remote burg in northeastern Newfoundland.

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  2. Even in Mormonism's capital, Salt Lake City's cup runneth over with coffee shopsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    Salt Lake City rates well among U.S. cities for easy access to coffee, according to a new analysis trumpeting Thursday as National Coffee Day. Although it is the worldwide headquarters to the LDS Church, which urges its members to abstain from coffee and tea, the real-estate brokerage website Redfin says Utah's capital ranks seventh among a group of 100 U.S. cities for the number of coffee shops per capita.

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  3. State of Washington, Respondent, v. Christopher Robin Hood, Appellant.Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2016 | FindLaw

    Kevin Andrew March, Nielsen, Broman & Koch, PLLC, 1908 E. Madison St., Seattle, WA, 98122-2842, for Appellant. Jennifer Paige Joseph, King County Prosecutor's Office, 516 3rd Ave., Ste.

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  4. Life-sized Scrabble game takes over busy street on Seattle's Capitol HillRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | KBCI CBS 2

    Talk about a triple word score. A life-sized game of Scrabble popped up at a busy intersection in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood on Wednesday.

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  5. First Renter Summit hits close to homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photos by Genesee Martin: The first Capitol Hill Renter Summit was held at the Miller Community Center and was hosted by Capitol Hill Housing EcoDistrict and the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods on Saturday, Sept. 24. More than 85 people turned out for the first-ever Capitol Hill Renter Summit at the Miller Community Center on Saturday, Sept.

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  6. Micro-Apartments: Living in Less Than 300 Square FeetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Zillow Blog

    ... choosing to live in less than 300 square feet - though it isn't size that's getting them in the door. Footprint Wallingford offers 40 micro-apartments, or aPodments, in one of Seattle's most coveted neighborhoods with a slew of trendy restaurants ...

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  7. Massive WA Apartment Fire Displaces DozensRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | FireHouse.com

    Sept. 28--A fire in a large apartment building in the Delridge neighborhood of Seattle pushed dozens of people out of their homes and caused significant damage. No injuries were reported in the fire at the Lam Bow Apartments, 6955 Delridge Way S.W., reported at 2:36 p.m. Tuesday.

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  8. Giving backRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Magnolia News

    Volunteers from Washington Holdings were at Sacred Heart Shelter and the Queen Anne Food Bank on Friday for the United Way's annual Day of Caring. Photo by Joe Veyera More than 13,000 volunteers fanned out across King County on Friday, helping hundreds of local nonprofits in the community for the United Way's Day of Caring.

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  9. Public input part of the process for developing a master plan for the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | West Seattle Herald

    Before a new master plan for the King County International Airport can prepare for take off, staff members are seeking public input. The first of a number of community meetings was held tonight at the airport, also known as Boeing Field, located at 7277 Perimeter Rd S. Gary Molyneaux, airport planner, said that the time is right for taking a thorough look at the facility, which is one of the busiest primary non-hub airports in the nation, averaging around 200,000 takeoffs and landings each year.

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  10. Cafe Flora turns 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 27 | Madison Park Times

    Cafe Flora, a vegetarian restaurant at 2901 E. Madison St., celebrates its 25th anniversary on Oct. 2. Executive chef Janine Doran and chefs from the restaurant's past, including founding chef Jim Watkins, will assemble a greatest hits menu that will be sold at 1991 prices on anniversary night only, and made available through Oct. 6. Current owner Nat Stratton-Clarke has been a vegetarian his entire life, knows well how few dining options are available for that lifestyle, and how fewer there are featuring fresh local produce. He still visits three farmers markets a week -- Columbia City, Broadway in Capitol Hill and the University District -- just like when he was first hired on as a the restaurant's buyer in 2005.

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  11. As city studies Capitol Hill street where man fatally struck by...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 27 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Neighbors and Seattle's City Hall have begun the process of doing something about the conditions that led to the death of Capitol Hill resident Max Richards who died last week after being hit by a driver while crossing the sloping street at Belmont Ave E and Bellevue Place E. Completing a legislative process begun long before the 79-year-old was killed, Seattle safe streets advocates celebrated the City Council's passage Monday afternoon of new rules that will drop the speed limit by five miles per hour to 25 MPH on many arterials across the central city including Broadway, Pike, Pine, and Madison. Meanwhile, the speed limit will drop to 20 mph on 2,400 miles of non-arterial streets across the city.

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  12. A torch is passed at national tour of 'The Curious Incident'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 27 | The Brownsville Herald

    The national tour of the hit play "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is being led by a young actor from Vermont with a special tie to the guy who won a Tony Award in the show. Adam Langdon is a 2015 graduate of The Juilliard School of Drama, where he was mentored by Alex Sharp, who went on to beat Bradley Cooper and Bill Nighy for a Tony when he played the hero in "Curious," a quirky, 15-year-old boy with an exceptional brain.

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  13. State of Washington, Respondent, v. Jason Shirts, Appellant.Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2016 | FindLaw

    Kevin Andrew March, Nielsen, Broman & Koch, PLLC, 1908 E. Madison St., Seattle, WA, 98122-2842, Appellant. Aaron Bartlett, Attorney at Law, P.O. Box 5000, 1013 Franklin St., Vancouver, WA, 98666-5000, for Respondent.

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  14. Work on SW Admiral Way safety project to start Wednesday, September 28Read the original story

    Monday Sep 26 | West Seattle Herald

    The Seattle Department of Transportation advises travelers that work on the SW Admiral Way Safety Project in West Seattle will start on Wednesday, September 28, and last for about one week, depending on weather.

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  15. Road-Work Alert: SW Admiral Way project starts WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 26 | West Seattle Blog

    SDOT had said that the SW Admiral Way Safety Project would start work this week; this afternoon, they sent word that it'll begin on Wednesday: The Seattle Department of Transportation advises travelers that work on the SW Admiral Way Safety Project in West Seattle will start on Wednesday, September 28, and last for about one week, depending on weather. - No parking on both sides of SW Admiral Way between California Ave SW and 63rd Ave SW to keep a travel lane in each direction open Over the past year and a half, SDOT has worked with the community on a new street design for SW Admiral Way between California Ave SW and 63rd Ave SW.

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  16. Ashland Calendar, Monday, Sept. 26Read the original story

    Monday Sep 26 | The Ashland Daily Tidings

    Free Lecture: Ken Deveney, Certified Teacher of Re-evaluation Counseling, shares that since 1952, people have been practicing “RC,” a grass-roots, underground method of peer counseling. Join Ken from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Sept.

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  17. CHS Re:Take | Born on Capitol Hill, the architect who became a pilot and a painterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 25 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Let's have a little talk about Thomas Fransioli, Jr. When a pilot is on patrol and his plane takes pictures but he parks to ply as a painter of the places he previously planned, he is called a pylon penning, pillbox pecking, painting pushing poster boy. From here to there Thomas Fransioli, Jr. was grandson of early streetcar executive M. H. Young .

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  18. 14+ things CHS heard at the Capitol Hill #rentersummitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 14 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Renting is not a stepping stone to homeownership for Sean Liming . The 49-year-old has been a renter on Capitol Hill for 22 years.

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  19. The Latest: Friends, family of victims gather at churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 21 | Northern Michigan News

    Police have identified the 89-year-old Cadillac man who was killed while crossing a downtown street on Thursday afternoon. Gus Arthur Paulos was struck and kil... LAKE CITY - A child is in the hospital in critical condition after he was struck by a truck Saturday in Missaukee County.

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  20. Celebrating, supporting and saving Lambert HouseRead the original story

    Friday Sep 23 | Seattle Gay News

    Here are the facts: It began in 1981 and now it's become one of the largest communities of lesbian, gay, transgender, and questioning teens and young adults. It's not a community center in the traditional sense.

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