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  1. In sculptor's art, a glimpse of the divineRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    The Josephinum Building in downtown Seattle at Second Avenue and Stewart Street started its journey as the grand New Washington Hotel in the early 1900s. It is now gaining some divine figures from the hands of Mimi Miller Miles, a West Seattle sculptor and ceramic artist.

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  2. Hey, newcomers: Get your local names rightRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    A notice to newcomers : It is not "the" Puget Sound. If you don't believe me, just look at any map.

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  3. Your voices: Readers talk about how light rail will affect themRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Service on Sound Transit's 3-mile, $1.8 billion University Link light-rail extension opens March 19. We asked readers if the new route will change the way they get around Seattle, and whether it will influence their attitudes toward future light-rail lines. "Unreliable and sardine are two words that describe today's current state of affairs.

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  4. Seattle wet weather: It's fit only for rubber ducksRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    At least a week of rain is in the forecast for the Seattle area, which calls for a little levity. The quackers were set afloat early Friday in a puddle in a parking lot on Denny Way.

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  5. Six for Valentine's Day: Record reviews of new Seattle releasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Six Seattle-based bands are releasing albums on Feb. 19, close enough to Valentine's Day that we decided to review them all today. This debut from local four-piece Gazebos features singer Shannon Perry, who Capitol Hill scenesters might recognize from her previous band, Butts .

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  6. Master drummer Ches Smith and his trio perform 'The Bell'Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Ches Smith, right, with his trio, in New York. The trio performs at Cornish College Tuesday, Feb. 16. Drummer Ches Smith, with Craig Taborn on piano and Mat Maneri on viola, will play at 8 p.m. Feb. 16 at Poncho Concert Hall, Cornish College.

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  7. Matt Ruff's 'Lovecraft Country': horrors in 1950s AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Howard Philip Lovecraft's early 20th-century short stories left an indelible stamp on the horror genre. To say something is "Lovecraftian" is to evoke gibbering madness inflicted on mere human minds exposed to the fundamentally hideous nature of the universe.

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  8. Your week in Seattle music: Brad Paisley, Kevin Gates and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Long a regional star in his native Louisiana, Kevin Gates has ascended to a new level of success-debut album "Islah" debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard charts.

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  9. Microsoft workers gave $125 million to nonprofits in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2016 | Seattle Times

    A couple of years ago, Mari Horita asked her friend David Jones, a longtime Microsoft employee, if he could answer a few questions about Excel. She had asked the right guy: Jones, who spent almost seven years earlier in his career working on the spreadsheet program, was happy to help.

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  10. Seattle schools levies easily passing in Tuesday electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Seattle voters were showing strong support for two school levies totaling more than $1 billion, according to partial returns from Tuesday's special election. The operations levy covers roughly a quarter of Seattle Public Schools' yearly budget, including teacher salaries, student activities and bus transportation.

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  11. Profits, problems to greet Delta's next CEORead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Ed Bastian will move into the top job at Delta Air Lines amid favorable tailwinds. Fuel is cheap, operations are generally smooth and employees are sharing in record profits.

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  12. Dancing with Siri: 'Her Name is Isaac' by dance company The Three YellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2016 | Seattle Times

    "Her Name is Isaac," a multimedia-dance performance by Seattle company The Three Yells, begins before the audience even sits down. As described by Three Yells artistic director Veronica Lee-Baik, a single dancer stands alone onstage with tentacles peeking out from beneath a flowing skirt while a revolving series of abstract images are projected onto the walls around her.

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  13. Grocer is green but unions see redRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2016 | Seattle Times

    New Seasons, the Portland-based small-format grocer that emphasizes regional, organic food, hasn't even opened its first store in the Seattle area and already there's opposition. In a recent letter to the Sound Transit board, several labor and advocacy groups opposed the possible selection of New Seasons as anchor tenant for a development at the Capitol Hill light-rail station on Broadway.

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  14. Your week in Seattle music: Black Sabbath, Logic and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Seattle Times

    With The Hand, Iceberg Ferg Things never change too much for Built to Spill, one of the Pacific Northwest's most important indie rock bands. Last year, they released their eighth album "Untethered Moon," another entry in a canon of spacious guitar music.

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  15. Working for love: Online dating is starting to feel like a second jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Seattle Times

    ON MOST DAYS during his commute from Green Lake to his Georgetown office, Alejandro PeA a is looking at his phone. Like any 24-year-old, he's texting and emailing friends and colleagues, but he's also messaging potential dates.

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  16. Seattle burglar climbs onto roof, strips off shirt and makes it rainRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2016 | Seattle Times

    A suspected burglar climbed onto the roof of an Eastlake home, stripped off some of his clothes and tossed money down to the street, Seattle police said. Police responded to the 2800 block of Boylston Avenue East around 11 a.m. Sunday after a woman called 911 and said someone had broken into her home, police said.

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  17. Seattle has the highest concentration of college students in poverty | FYI GuyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2016 | Seattle Times

    A lot of folks might guess an area along the city's southern border - Rainier Beach or South Beacon Hill, perhaps. But surprisingly, the neighborhood with the highest poverty rate - and it's by a wide margin - is the University District.

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  18. Biting into Berio's 'Sinfonia' with Roomful of TeethRead the original story

    Jan 31, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Berio's rarely heard "Sinfonia," which was dedicated to Leonard Bernstein and borrows quotes from Beethoven to Schoenberg to Samuel Beckett, comes to the Seattle Symphony with vocal group Roomful of Teeth. Close to a half-century after Luciano Berio's "Sinfonia" for eight voices and orchestra altered the classical-music landscape, the masterpiece is finally reaching Seattle.

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  19. 'Constellations' is a voyage into love, space and infinityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 28, 2016 | Seattle Times

    From there, what can happen to this attractive British pair in Nick Payne's lauded two-hander "Constellations"? In a "multiverse" where chance and will and relativity allow for infinite permutations of behavior, will they have a passing acquaintance? A grand romance? Or something between and beyond? Now in its local debut at Seattle Repertory Theatre, "Constellations" spins out some of the innumerable possibilities. Payne's ingenious if overly schematic maze of a play has its own variations of wit, poignancy and tedium.

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  20. University Link light-rail service starts March 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Sound Transit's three-mile, $1.8 billion tunnel will connect Husky Stadium to Capitol Hill and Westlake Station and, equally important, to the existing 16 miles of track stretching south to SeaTac. Transit-board Chairman Dow Constantine made the schedule announcement Tuesday at Capitol Hill Station, where workers are finishing the final sign installations; electronic-systems testing continues along the trackway.

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