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  1. Your week in Seattle music: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Seattle Times

    With Flamingosis Los Angeles producer Dallas Cotton makes pleasantly danceable house music that's equally nostalgic and forward looking in that it's also informed by contemporary Soundcloud production trends. He used to make music under the name 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22, at the Neptune Theatre, 1303 N.E. 45th St., Seattle; $25 .

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  2. 'Miami Beach on Elliott Bay'? Opponents decry proposed 12-story Pioneer Square towerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Seattle Times

    In a small, windowless room on the 40th floor of the Seattle Municipal Tower, two of the city's most prominent lawyers are wrestling over the future of Pioneer Square. David Bricklin, who co-founded the Harvard Environmental Law Review and who's argued before the U.S. Supreme Court, sits on one side of a hearing table, retained by a group of people who live, work and own property in Seattle's most historic neighborhood.

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  3. Shake your moneymaker with the gospel rock of Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night SweatsRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 21 | Seattle Times

    If you haven't seen Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats live yet, do yourself a favor and look up their live mash-up video of "S.O.B." and "The Shape I'm In." In this 12-minute live performance, they meld frontman Rateliff's best song, a gospel-influenced rant, with the Band's classic ballad.

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  4. The death of the lunch hour: How we choose to save money, time eating at our bacteria-infested desksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Seattle Times

    FROM THE 15TH FLOOR of a Third Avenue high-rise in downtown Seattle, the choreography of the modern working lunch unfolds with predictable precision: Tiny figures emerge from buildings, migrate a few blocks and disappear under awnings. They reappear a few minutes later with brown paper bags, origami boxes and clamshell containers stuffed with offerings from dozens of nearby eateries.

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  5. The mellifluous violin of Baiba SkrideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Seattle Times

    "It's always a challenge to bring forward, in the best way possible, the simple beauty of Mozart and make it work," says violinist Baiba Skride. "His music is something people usually know quite well, but it is that simplicity that makes it difficult to perform beautifully."

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  6. Canceled wedding reception a gift to homelessRead the original story

    Monday Jan 18 | Seattle Times

    The three long vehicles that pulled up to the chic Sodo Park event venue were not limousines that had glided over from some wealthy neighborhood, but battered yellow school buses that had labored through the rain and darkness for 10 miles down unlovely Aurora Avenue. The people who spilled out from the buses, half of them little kids, were from the homeless shelter called Mary's Place.

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  7. First Hill medical building fetches $199 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | Seattle Times

    The First Hill Medical Pavilion was sold Thursday for $199 million, setting a new local record for a commercial office building sale at $884 per square foot, said officials at commercial-real estate brokerage CBRE. An unnamed institutional investor advised by Chicago-based Heitman and Denver-based NexCore Group bought the 225,000-square-foot medical office building at 1124 Columbia Street on First Hill, CBRE said in a press release.

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  8. Slaying of popular Seattle art teacher was unprovoked, charges sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | Seattle Times

    King County prosecutors allege that a 55-year-old Seattle man with a lengthy criminal history fatally shot a beloved art teacher in Belltown last month for no apparent reason. Richard Whitaker, who also goes by the names Richard Roundtree and Snipe, has been charged with second-degree murder and first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm in connection with the death of Brandon McDonald about 3 a.m. Dec. 13, charging documents say.

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  9. The Winterlings look within for wilderness beautyRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 14 | Seattle Times

    Contained within each of us is an untold wilderness as vast as any of the forests that drew Wolff Bowden and Amanda Birdsall to the Pacific Northwest eight years ago. That's the concept Bowden and Birdsall, performing as The Winterlings, explore on their sophomore album, "You Are Acres."

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  10. Who is No. 2? Ranking the head coaches in Seahawks historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | Seattle Times

    "There isn't any time to do that right now,'' Carroll said recently when asked if he'd stopped to consider the meaning of the latest of his many accomplishments with the Seahawks - winning a playoff game in four consecutive seasons. And if you put that postseason achievement on top of four consecutive 10-win seasons, two Super Bowl appearances in a row and one Super Bowl title, the case becomes clearer that Carroll is the best coach in Seahawks history.

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  11. No bail for man police shot in Queen Anne parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | Seattle Times

    A 31-year-old man who was shot by a Seattle police officer Saturday was unable to show up for his first court appearance Wednesday, when a judge found probable cause to hold him on investigation of second-degree assault, second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission and hit and run, according to King County prosecutors. James Linwood Slade, whose last known address is in Everett, was ordered held without bail while he recovers at Harborview Medical Center, according to a prosecutor's spokesman and the probable-cause statement outlining the police case against him.

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  12. Dick Spady leaves a lasting legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | Seattle Times

    Over six decades, generations of diners have relied on Dick's Drive-In's tasty burgers, hand-cut fries and creamy shakes to satisfy their hunger without breaking the bank. The 92-year-old icon passed away this week, and he will be remembered as a passionate supporter of quality fast food, civic engagement and common-sense business practices.

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  13. Kudos for Seattle police, but work remainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | Seattle Times

    SEATTLE Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole's seat next to first lady Michelle Obama at the State of the Union represents a remarkable achievement. While other urban police departments are blindly groping for credibility, Seattle police is well on its way to shaking free of federal monitoring.

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  14. Amazon makes deal with city for alley; public plaza addresses First Amendment issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 11 | Seattle Times

    The Seattle City Council approved a plan Monday to give Amazon an alley that runs through a Denny Triangle block where the company is building two office towers. Under the plan, Amazon will pay the city the value of the alley and provide various benefits , including the construction of a plaza open to the public.

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  15. City Council OKs rules to allow more pot shopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 11 | Seattle Times

    Mayor Ed Murray proposed relaxing state-imposed buffers between pot shops and some sensitive areas, such as parks and arcades. As required by state law, the buffers would remain at 1,000 feet between pot businesses and schools and playgrounds.

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  16. Using wheelchairs, two Seattle tenants cope with broken elevatorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 11 | Seattle Times

    She uses a wheelchair and has been stuck on the fourth floor of her Capitol Hill housing complex since the building's elevator broke on New Year's Eve, she said, three days before her big plans to see a musical downtown. "Am I going to give up $300 [tickets] and the only chance to do this in my life?" she recalled of the show.

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  17. David Bowie, cultural pioneer, struck chord in Seattle musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 11 | Seattle Times

    David Bowie, who passed away two days after releasing his final album, had a deep influence on Seattle's bands and gay-rights culture. David Bowie, one of rock's most legendary icons, died of cancer on Sunday.

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  18. Seattle man sues Chipotle; fell ill months before big outbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 11 | Seattle Times

    A 27-year-old Seattle man is suing Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., claiming he was sickened in July during an undisclosed E. coli outbreak, months before dozens of the fast-food restaurants were shuttered because of illness in the Northwest. Timothy Kniffin, a cafe and bakery worker, said he fell ill starting July 25 after eating pork carnitas, white rice, salsa, peppers, guacamole and chips at a Chipotle restaurant at 1415 Broadway in Seattle.

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  19. The Week Ahead: model railroads, Shemekia Copeland, and 'The Revenant'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 10 | Seattle Times

    Leonardo DiCaprio throws himself into the role of a 19th-century mountain man who is mauled by a grizzly bear and left for dead by his companions. The film is based on a novel by Michael Punke about an actual 19th-century incident in the days of the Western fur trade and directed with formidable skill by Oscar winner Alejandro G. IA A rritu .

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  20. Tax-break bill aimed at keeping rents lowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 8 | Seattle Times

    New legislation proposed for Washington state that would allow cities to grant tax breaks to landlords who keep rental housing affordable has garnered support from Democrats and Republicans, tenants and landlords and Seattle and its suburbs. The mayors of Seattle, Auburn and Tukwila stood shoulder to shoulder with state Sen. Joe Fain, R-Auburn, outside a modest apartment building in Tukwila on Friday to tout the legislation sponsored by Fain and state Sen. David Frockt, D-Seattle.

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