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  1. Moving to Fairhaven working out for two unique family storesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Bellingham Herald

    Joe Miles talks to customer Jeremy Wiltse in the new location of Miles Woodworking and Joe's Sports Memorabilia at 1201 11th St., Fairhaven, on Friday, Feb. 17, 2017. Two family-run businesses have moved into a bigger space in Fairhaven this month and it's already paying dividends.


  2. Members of West Seattle church, mosque meet for dinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | West Seattle Blog

    JUST IN from SDOT - Highland Park Way will NOT be open before the PM commute; cleanup's not done yet.


  3. EDITORIAL | Come on, knock on my doorRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Magnolia News

    It's always a good idea for the city to gather more feedback before going through with a major zoning change, especially in the case of major Mandatory Housing Affordability zoning changes across Seattle. We're happy the Office of Planning and Community Development has extended its schedule for the draft Environmental Impact Statement - which details the impacts of the proposed zoning changes - and people will have two more months to provide input, as reported by Councilmember Lisa Herbold.


  4. Sawant leads protest against U.S. Immigration and Customs EnforcementRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Kshama Sawant has turned her power to raise a crowd and bring activists into the streets of Seattle onto a new target: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement - I.C.E. "The movement's demands are clear: Free Daniel! No Ban! No Wall! No Raids! Not One More Deportation! Free those in detention! Shut down the private prisons used by ICE, including the Northwest Detention Center! Full Civil Rights and Legalization for All!," Sawant said in a statement released before a Friday protest and march organized by the City Council member and District 3 representative for Capitol Hill and the Central District.


  5. DirectoryRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | Seattle Press

    A leading music school in Washington State, The Academy of Music Northwest provides different levels of rigorous college-prep music classes and extensive performance opportunities for talented young musicians between the ages of 4 -18. Day and night our luxury service connects all of Bellevue, Seattle, and Tacoma.


  6. Lawyers say ICE agents falsified documents to justify detaining a Dreamer and DACA recipientRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Daily Kos

    Donald Trump has won the presidency after narrowly carrying a few states to put him above 270 electoral votes. But... Despite promising to release his tax returns in a televised debate with Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump continues to show that... **NOTE: THE FORM LETTER IS BLANK.


  7. Talking Headways Podcast: Can All Cities Be Great?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 |

    The guest this episode is Alexander Garvin, author of the recently released book What Makes a Great City . We chat about why people are an important factor in building cities and taking pictures; Houston's Post Oak Boulevard is going to show up Chicago, San Francisco, and New York's best streets; and Alexander's heroes, from Edmund Bacon to Haussmann to Robert Moses.


  8. West Seattle development: Demolitions at 5908 Fauntleroy Way, 6921...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | West Seattle Blog

    DEMOLITION AT 5908 FAUNTLEROY WAY SW : The old commercial building on which you used to be able to read the "WASH/DRY" sign is now a pile of rubble. DEMOLITION AT 6921 CALIFORNIA SW : Eight months after the cancellation of plans to turn an old house in south Morgan Junction into a branch of Chungee's Drink and Eat , the house is coming down right now.


  9. Design Commission explores convention center addition public benefits packageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    The Seattle Design Commission agreed Thursday that the Washington State Convention Center Addition will be a better project with the inclusion of three alleyway vacations, however, members couldn't reach a consensus whether funding a Lid I-5 study is a public benefit developers should keep in their package. The $1.6 billion WSCC Addition project - contained within Pine Street, Ninth Avenue, Howell Street and Boren Avenue - includes a request for 7,666 square feet of combined alleyway vacation and another 21,744 square feet of additional setbacks and open space.


  10. Seattle homeless Navigation Team begins clean-up with sweep of I-5 camps below Capitol HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Capitol Hill Blog

    There have been clean-ups of the area beneath Interstate 5 between Capitol Hill and Eastlake before. But officials hope this week's sweeps can be part of a longer term change of what an East Precinct officer once described as a " no man's land populated by the homeless, mental cases ."


  11. A few sparks of hope for HALA proposals as Miller Park residents focus on affordability and densityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The Miller Park Neighbors community group's rallying cry encouraging residents to organize to address proposed increased building heights under the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda drew about 100 people to a Wednesday meeting. Jonathan Swift , a member of Miller Park Neighbors, said the goals of the group include preserving the neighborhood, keeping it diverse and making it affordable.


  12. 'You're giving back at every moment that you have your uniform on'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

    He loved Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp, and the latter's infamous dunk over Alton Lister is a highlight he says he'll never forget. Blakes has carved out a professional basketball career of his own, and for the last 15 years, he's entertained audiences around the world as a member of the Harlem Globetrotters.


  13. Day Without Immigrants: White Center, South Delridge closuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | West Seattle Blog

    Thanks to Jen Calleja for the tip - multiple White Center businesses are closed today for the Day Without Immigrants protest against the federal crackdown on immigrants. We stopped by some of the businesses she mentioned - above, the sign at Greenbridge CafA ; below, the signs at Salvadorean Bakery and Best Roasted Corn : We haven't seen/heard of any other West Seattle closures - if you have, please let us know - or 206-293-6302 .


  14. VIDEO: West Seattle duo SISTERS launches debut album @ Easy Street RecordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | West Seattle Blog

    If you love local music - Easy Street Records was the place to be this Valentine's night, as the West Seattle duo SISTERS rocked the shop with an in-store show to celebrate their debut album " Drink Champagne ," which their website says "depicts a teeming musical landscape, vast and alluring, occupied by restless creatures longing for connection and humble protagonists searching for salvation. Songs play out like glistening vistas whizzing by a car window, all kinetic motion and mystery, contiguous but discrete.


  15. Another mid-century landmark?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

    Could the Century Building at 10 Harrison be Queen Anne's next city landmark? The Queen Anne Historical Society believes it has both architectural and historical significance. Designed by Arne Bystrom and James Greco, the building is one of several distinctive Uptown mid-century modern buildings.


  16. Seattle's teeny response to tiny houses for the homelessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Seattle Times

    Instead of 1,000 tiny houses - a scale that could have made a serious dent in Seattle's street homelessness - we have added, since last February, just 28. Remember that idea to build a thousand tiny houses to temporarily get the homeless off the streets? Well, a year has passed. We only built 28. One year ago, Seattle was three months into its declared homelessness emergency, but it was already obvious the city wasn't going to treat it as an actual emergency.


  17. Capitol Hill food+drink | Mystery 'Rory's Restaurant and Rooftop...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Capitol Hill Blog

    We've had an early taste of Seattle spring in the days leading up to Valentine's 2017, how about some chatter about a new restaurant and rooftop bar project being lined up for a classic Pike/Pine building with plans to be open this summer. Developer Hunters Capital tells CHS it is underway on a seismic overhaul and full rehab of the Colman Automotive building on E Pine at Bellevue that it acquired for $3.85 million in 2012.


  18. Just in time for Valentine's Day: Chocolate gets cheaper as cocoa prices drop 33 percentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Seattle Times

    Buying your sweetheart a box of Valentine's Day chocolates could be cheaper this year thanks to booming cocoa supplies. Growers are collecting bigger harvests in Latin America and in West Africa, which accounts for about 70 percent of global production.


  19. JOB: Bishops Barbershop looking to hire upbeat, talented stylistsRead the original story

    Monday Feb 13 | The White Center Blog

    Our shops are loud, fun, fast-paced and provide our customers with top-notch cutting and coloring services and professionalism. If you have bad ass style, a desire to move up with a growing company, fantastic customer service, superior cutting and coloring skills, and love people send your resume our way! Stylists are paid service and retail commission with an opportunity for sales bonuses and we have a high volume of client traffic.


  20. Russ and Mollie Ford - Surviving together and sharing storiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | West Seattle Herald

    West Seattle resident Russ Ford has been married to his wife Mollie for 40 years - but he doesn't take their relationship for granted. He still likes to surprise her from time to time.


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