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39 min ago | West Seattle Blog

First chapter in West Seattle's newest literary series: WordsWest debuts tomorrow

The WordsWest curators - West Seattle writers Katy E. Ellis , Susan Rich , and Harold Taw - describe the series as "a monthly invitation to hear world-class writers from near and far, and to join and nurture the West Seattle literary community." They plan to present events every third Wednesday "that range from readings by published local and national authors, to craft discussions and guided writing explorations for every experience level."

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39 min ago | Examiner.com

Sat. Sept 20th *Palatine Ave CD Release at High Dive

Big news coming from Palatine Ave headquarters, the six piece Alt-Country/Americana band out of Seattle is so excited to announce the release of their Self-titled album. This compilation of Americana/Alt-country/Honky Tonk tunes is a reflection of music that they have recorded over the last two years.

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1 hr ago | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

New life for NW Center building on QA

The former Northwest Center Kids building is now empty. Northwest Center has moved out, and Cascade Parent Partnership will move in next February after some remodeling.

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3 hrs ago | Ballard News-Tribune

Sea Scout Fall Rendezvous at The Fall Fishermen's Festival in Seattle

The Sea Scout ships in the fleet run by the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts of America are joining the fishing boats coming home from Alaska to celebrate Fall Fishermen's Festival in Ballard on Saturday October 4th from 11 to 5pm. In addition to enjoying the activities of the fishing festival, the Sea Scout ships will participate in their Fall Rendezvous activities on the docks for all the visitors to see.

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3 hrs ago | Seattle

Gap's #Dressnormal Pop Up Comes to Seattle

Sometimes a fashion phenomenon comes along that unexpectedly catches fire and this year, it's Normcore . In case you're out of the loop, Normcore is all about dressing, wait for it, normally.

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4 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

West Seattle Tuesday: 'Fauntleroy Boulevard' briefing at...

With the clouds returning, we might not see much of a sunset tonight - so we're sharing photos received after last night's show! They're interspersed with today/tonight highlights ahead from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar : TODDLER STORY TIME: 10:30 am at West Seattle Branch Library , bring the 2- and 3-year-olds for stories, songs, and rhymes. Free.

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4 hrs ago | Ballard News-Tribune

Port of Seattle hosts Ship Canal 101

The Port of Seattle was courteous enough to invite the Ballard News-Tribune out on the water of the Lake Washington Ship Canal for their annual Ship Canal 101 tour. Over one hundred guests boarded the Argosy Lady Mary on a sunny afternoon September 10th.

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4 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

You can help! Here's where West Seattle firefighters will ask...

This year's edition of the International Association of Fire Fighters "Fill the Boot" fundraising drive for the Muscular Dystrophy Association is coming up this Thursday and Friday, 9 am-6 pm September 18-19, and we asked organizers where in West Seattle you'll see firefighters joining in. Here's the list compiled for us by Sandy Elfers of the MDA: Station #11 - Westwood Village Station #29 - California and Admiral Station #32 - California and Alaska Station #36 - Alki Beach and/or Avalon/Spokane Station #37 - By the station, 35th/Holden The IAFF and MDA have partnered for 60 years.

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7 hrs ago | The Stranger

The Morning News: Coyote Sightings in Ballard, and What Amazon Gets for Building a Data Center

"Upon further examination I realized it was a coyote" : According to MyBallard , there have been several sightings of a creature that is not a dog and looks "well fed and not afraid." Real Housewives of Kirkland? A casting call for "20-40 year olds who made their money in Washington's booming tech center," "live in Seattle or Eastside area," and "make more money than you know how to spend."

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8 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Mayor Murray on Tim Eyman's initiative against minimum wage boost: Bring it on

Mayor Ed Murray is ready to do battle against Tim Eyman and an Eyman-proposed statewide intiative that would roll back Seattle's phased-in $15-an-hour minimum wage and prohibit any city or town in Washington from enacting a wage ordinance. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is ready to take on Tim Eyman if the initiative promoter gets on the ballot with a measure to roll back Seattle's $15-an-hour minimum wage.

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12 hrs ago | Seattle Times

Full speed ahead for high-speed Internet in Seattle

A plan that would allow CenturyLink and potentially other providers to compete for high-speed Internet service in Seattle deserves support from the full city council. IN a tech town like Seattle, slow Internet service should be as unthinkable as weak, tepid coffee.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Business Journal

Miami builder turns up the heat with Seattle acquisition in white-hot SLU

A company called Crescent Heights is the latest to stake a claim to a development site in the Denny Triangle area of downtown Seattle. On Friday, Miami-based Crescent Heights paid Cassieford Co.

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Ballard filmmaker to make documentary about Dutch Holocaust survivor

Documentary filmmaker and Ballard resident Elke Hautala is in the process of producing a short film about the unique story of a Dutch holocaust survivor. The film is being produced by Heartstone Studios, a production company that Hautala recently started with Michael Kleven.

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West Seattle Blog

West Seattle development: Beach Drive house to make way for 9 apartments

We noticed that new land-use sign while walking just south of Weather Watch Park over the weekend. It announces that the century-old house behind it, at 4134 Beach Drive, is to be demolished, making way for a 3-story, 9-unit, 9-underground-parking-space apartment building .

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Examiner.com

The Seattle Shorts Film Festival is a big deal--here's why

The 4th annual Seattle Shorts Film Festival will bring another round of outstanding short films and filmmakers to Seattle this November. Three screenings on November 15th at the SIFF Film Center will showcase the best new work of local, US, and international filmmakers.

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Seattle Press

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The Best Beer Gardens in Seattle

Populuxe Brewing This brewery calls itself "the biggest little brewery in Ballard," and lives up to the claim by offering a tiny tasting room and an expansive beer garden. Don't expect anything too fancy, just a gravel lot with picnic tables and some large, wooden cable spools surrounded by a mishmash of chairs.

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The Best Beer Gardens in Seattle

Populuxe Brewing This brewery calls itself "the biggest little brewery in Ballard," and lives up to the claim by offering a tiny tasting room and an expansive beer garden. Don't expect anything too fancy, just a gravel lot with picnic tables and some large, wooden cable spools surrounded by a mishmash of chairs.

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Examiner.com

The Seattle Shorts Film Festival is a big deal--here's why

The 4th annual Seattle Shorts Film Festival will bring another round of outstanding short films and filmmakers to Seattle this November. Three screenings on November 15th at the SIFF Film Center will showcase the best new work of local, US, and international filmmakers.

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HeraldNet

Initiative forces action on class size

I always think of September as the actual beginning of the year. School starts, summer vacation is over, and we are all back to work.

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