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  1. Seattle historic water failuresRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    This 1899 photo shows the Landsburg intake under construction. The intake is about 35 miles from Seattle, up high enough to provide a reliable gravity fed water system.


  2. West Seattle Junction scenes: Climate-action encouragement rally;...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    With the United Nations climate-change conference about to start in Paris, West Seattleites rallied in "encouragement" of climate action: Also on the southwest corner of the Walk-All-Ways intersection today: Wreath sellers from Pathfinder K-8 . The school community makes and sells wreaths every year to raise money for environmental education and will be in The Junction every Sunday during the holiday season: Just across the intersection, at the south end of the official Farmers' Market zone, the Kiwanis Club of West Seattle was bubbling with enthusiasm about its annual Pancake Breakfas t next Saturday.


  3. This week in CHS history | Harvard Exit closure, Starbucks Roastery debut, Volunteer Park coyoteRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog

    Expect street closures and delays along the route most of the day Sunday - first racers leave the line at 7:15 AM. Full schedule and more information here.


  4. getpaid.authorizedotnet 0.6.8Read the original story

    Yesterday | Python

    This package provides authorizedotnet payment processor functionality for the getpaid framework. ======= CHANGES ======= 0.6.8 ------------------ - Update transaction URLs to connect through Akamai.


  5. Shoppers support local stores on 'Small Business Saturday'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Local retailers are getting creative in hopes of persuading consumers to forgo the mall and big-box stores this holiday season. Along California Avenue in the West Seattle Junction, the spirit of giving was proved by the generosity of those spending.


  6. Supporters rally for Syrian refugees in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KOMO News

    Dozens of people made a visual case for welcoming refugees into the United States in Seattle on Saturday afternoon. The group - Americans for Refugees and Immigrants - gathered at Victor Steinbrueck Park near Pike Place Market to show their support for Governor Inslee's stance on accepting Syrian refugees.


  7. West Seattle Saturday: Big day to 'Shop Small,' and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | West Seattle Blog

    'SHOP SMALL': Today's the day many of your favorite independent local West Seattle businesses are offering special reasons for you to come get some holiday shopping done, as are their counterparts coast to coast. Some shared advance info with us and you'll find it atop our West Seattle Holiday Guide .


  8. Big push to shop small and support localRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KREM-TV Spokane

    ... the executive decision to avoid traditional Black Friday sales. "Whenever we get the chance to support a local West Seattle business, we always do that. You know, why would we want our dollars to go anywhere else?" said Jamison. However, she admits ...


  9. A new use for Capitol Hill parks: preschoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Capitol Hill Blog

    Outdoor preschool? In muddy public parks across rainy Seattle? It seems like that's going to be a preschool option for local parents in 2016. Tiny Trees , a budding local start-up outdoor preschool, received a letter this fall from the Seattle Parks and Recreation Superintendent JesAos Aguirre confirming that the department would permit the nonprofit to run six outdoor preschool programs in city parks as a pilot project by September 2016.


  10. Happening Now: Native Holiday Gift Fair @ Duwamish LonghouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | West Seattle Blog

    Potential gifts you won't find anywhere else await you right now at the Duwamish Tribe Longhouse in West Seattle; it's Day 1 of the three-day Native Holiday Gift Fair . Above, Vashon Island-based Shotridge Studios ' offerings include laptop sleeves and phone cases by Tlingit master carver/artist Israel Shotridge ; below, artist Margie Morris is at work during the fair, adding designs to drums: While you're there, get your copy of the West Seattle Wildlife Calendar , with photos by Mark Wangerin .


  11. Community Corner | December 2015Read the original story

    Friday Nov 27 | Madison Park Times

    Join the Leschi Community Council for its second-annual Holiday Concert on Wednesday, Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Central Area Senior Center . This time of year is the season for giving thanks.


  12. Come From Away will make you want to kiss a cod! Go SEE itRead the original story

    Friday Nov 27 | Seattle Gay News

    The Seattle Repertory Theatre is already reporting that tickets for Come From Away, the feel-good musical phenomenon about a small Canadian town taking care of dozens of strangers forced to land on 9/11, are flying out the door! Part of the reason is that it's a short run from opening night. That is very 'normal' when a musical is new and in development.


  13. Looking for jolly, but no holly? Teatro ZinZanni's 'Hollywood Nights' fits the billRead the original story

    Friday Nov 27 | Seattle Times

    But maybe you'd like to attend something festive and jolly - say, a circus/vaudeville spectacle in an antique Belgian cabaret tent - that's running through the holidays and a bit beyond, and doesn't have an elf or a Santa in the picture? One alternative is Teatro ZinZanni"s "Hollywood Nights," a zany Hollywood-goes-cirque incarnation that sparkles aplenty and continues through Jan. 31, 2016. Through Jan. 31 at Teatro ZinZanni, 222 Mercer St, Seattle; $99-$173, including dinner.


  14. Teardown town: 1,500 small houses replaced by giants since 2012Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | Seattle Times

    There's been a lot of concern over the lack of affordable housing in Seattle recently. Turns out, we suffer from a shortage of unaffordable housing, too.


  15. Seattle to pay $100G for student's rough 2012 arrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | New York Daily News

    ... June to repair his damaged sinuses, his lawyer said. The police responded to a noise complaint at Pontecorvo's West Seattle home early on Sept. 22, 2012, and the partiers turned down the music. But as officers were leaving, someone turned it back ...


  16. Seattle to pay $100K for student's rough arrestRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 26 | The Las Vegas Sun

    ... June to repair his damaged sinuses, his lawyer said. The police responded to a noise complaint at Pontecorvo's West Seattle home early on Sept. 22, 2012, and the partyers turned down the music. But as officers were leaving, someone turned it back ...


  17. Stills of injuries a UW student says he received after a confrontation with SPDRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | KIRO-TV Seattle

    Seattle attorney Daniel Fjelstad says his client is pleased with the settlement, but even it won't make images of his beating fade away. In September 2012, officers responded to Pontecorvo's home in West Seattle for a loud music complaint.


  18. Indies First! Celebrate independent authors at Queen Anne Book Company this SaturdayRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 26 | Queen Anne View

    In 2013, Queen Anne Book Company teamed up with author Sherman Alexie for the inaurgural Indies First , an event that celebrates independent bookstores that is now in its 3rd year. This Saturday, stop by Queen Anne Book Company between 10am and 4pm to support our local bookstore and meet the local authors that will be guest booksellers for the day.


  19. School board approves 2016-17 bell time changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Capitol Hill Times

    Earlier mornings are in store for most Seattle elementary-schoolers starting next year, while teenagers can enjoy a few more minutes in bed, after the Seattle School Board approved sweeping bell time changes last week. The changes come as part of an effort to give middle and high school students a later start each day, in line with recent research that indicates such an overhaul would mean better health, higher grades and improved attendance.


  20. There's nothing bland about Studio Suppers at On the BoardsRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 26 | Seattle Times

    The communal-dining fad of a few years back was a short-lived one, and few were sorry to see it die. After all, what are the chances of having any real kinship with the random strangers seated next to you, based on the basic shared interest in eating at restaurants? Things could, and did, go awry.


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