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1 hr ago | Seattle Times
Celeste Miles, 18, works for minimum wage at Husky Deli in West Seattle. A new report has found that job prospects for teenagers fell nationwide over 12 years, but more so locally, adding fodder to the debate over a $15 minimum wage for Seattle.
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4 hrs ago | Seattle Times
If we want a "waterfront for all" we need to commit to all of our waterfront - including the southern reach of the waterfront along the Duwamish River [" Waterfront wish: Architect has big plans for post-viaduct era ," Local News, March 5].
5 hrs ago | Seattle Times
The Ballard Jazz Festival, Seattle's most convivial and inviting jazz event, has announced that the great saxophonist Sonny Fortune will headline this year.
9 hrs ago | Ballard News-Tribune
In lieu of the Skagit River Bridge collapse last May, the Ballard News-Tribune decided to investigate the condition of the Ballard Bridge.
10 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog
Thanks to Alki photographer David Hutchinson for yet another wonderful West Seattle view - the colorful sunrise, through the recently installed Luna Girls on Alki .
10 hrs ago | KUOW-FM Seattle
The push to raise the minimum wage in Seattle was just a campaign slogan last fall.
12 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog
Good spring weather - sunny and high near 60F- on Thursday is a perfect reason to walk around the 'hood and check out the art shows opening for the monthly Capitol Hill Arts Walk , aka your hyper-local affordable art fair.
14 hrs ago | Crosscut.com
A designer reveals his latest update for a massive waterfront park that would stretch 26 blocks along Elliott Bay once the Alaskan Way Viaduct is demolished.
18 hrs ago | North Seattle Herald Outlook
I would have sworn when I was younger that I'd never be capable of saying, "I don't want to travel again for a long, long time."
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Positive, peaceful and respectful - that's the direction Garfield High School students want to go with Issaquah High after racist tweets by some Issaquah students.
But bands of today provide an all-consuming product well beyond anything Spector did with the Ronettes or anyone else.
Are these the people who will deliver affordable apartments on Capitol Hill? Mike O'Brien, far right says yes As the minimum wage debate rolls on in Seattle, it's worth remembering the underlying premise at play: working people ought to be able to afford some basic standard of living on their hard-earned wages in an increasingly expensive city.
Another City Council committee has a West Seattle issue on its agenda tomorrow: As first mentioned here last week , the council's Energy Committee meets at 9:30 am tomorrow at City Hall with an agenda including a briefing on City Light 's surplus West Seattle substations .
T is hard to imagine any disagreement with the need for treatment and housing facilities for individuals who are pursued by demons, who feel invincible, and who are instructed by voices to commit violent acts.
Another sign of impending spring - Tony's Market is open under the red/green/white tent at 35th/Barton.