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  1. Best-selling West Seattle author Lyanda Lynn Haupt reads Wednesday at next WordsWestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | West Seattle Blog

    The monthly WordsWest Literary Series has already highlighted many talented local writers - but this month's edition really has something they can crow about: A rare West Seattle appearance by best-selling author Lyanda Lynn Haupt . She and poet Allen Braden are reading this Wednesday at C & P Coffee Company in the next WordsWest event, as announced: From backyard bestiaries to the farms of White Swan, nature slays us.


  2. Developer shows off plans for Capitol Hill Station housing and The Market HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Capitol Hill Blog

    For the first time since they were selected to develop the housing and retail sites that will one day surround the Capitol Hill light rail station, developers Gerding Edlen met with the Capitol Hill community Saturday to show off its early designs for the project. The Portland-based developer set up posters inside E Pine's Century Ballroom for a public viewing of the company's winning proposal, which Sound Transit selected and made available last month .


  3. Grand Rapids babysitter pay is cheapest in U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 |

    When Justin and April Knapp lived in Beijing for a decade, they paid their housekeeper $3 an hour to do babysitting on the side.


  4. City Council Challengers Get a Lift as Local Democratic Groups Roll Out EndorsementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | The Stranger

    Citywide candidates met at a forum last week hosted by district Democratic groups - including the 37th District Democrats, who will vote on their endorsements tonight. Now that the Seattle City Council will be elected using districts - and, by the way, here's everyone who's running and what to expect in each race - it's time for a new spin on an old exercise: Democratic Party groups around the city endorsing in council races that overlap with their legislative district! Over the weekend, those Democratic groups started lining up behind candidates, and that'll continue throughout this week.


  5. The Morning News: McGinn Endorses Sawant, Mayor Murray Takes Some...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | The Stranger

    Protesters, cops, and cameras on the Spokane Street Bridge earlier this morning. That's Shell's oil rig the Polar Pioneer in the distance.


  6. A poet and a soldier collaborate on novel about Seattle millennialsRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Seattle Times

    ... their lives diverge after graduating from the University of Washington and drinking their way around Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Corderoy moves to Boston to study literature in graduate school. In 2004, Montauk heads to Baghdad as part of ...


  7. Lake Washington softball defeats Juanita for KingCo tournament title, both advance to districtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Kirkland Reporter

    The Lake Washington High School softball team has taken the first steps to defending its 2014 state title. The team finished the regular season with just one loss and defeated Juanita, 7-5, on Saturday to take the 2A/3A KingCo title at Lake Washington High School.


  8. Eyman initiative sets up choice: tax cut or constitutional changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | The Columbian

    Initiative promoter Tim Eyman, right, and his partner, Jack Fagan, arrive at the state Elections Division office in 2012 to turn in signatures for an initiative in Olympia. ( Last year, Tim Eyman's failure to qualify an anti-tax measure for the ballot had some wondering whether the controversial initiative sponsor was finished.


  9. Beery good news: Central District's Standard Brewing announces plans to expand on JacksonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Capitol Hill Blog

    It's been 24 months since quietly opening the door at 25th and Jackson St with 8 taps and about 80 square feet of service area. Since then, we've expanded to 13 taps, doubled the space for folks to sit and drink, won a few awards, brewed over 60 different recipes, and shared a lot of good times with the neighborhood.


  10. Anti-Arctic drilling kayaktivists hold 'Shell No' protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | WBTV

    Hundreds of activists decked out in neoprene wetsuits and life jackets took to the waters of Elliott Bay on Saturday in kayaks, canoes, paddleboards and other vessels to send the message that Royal Dutch Shell should cancel its plan to drill in the Arctic Ocean. The "Paddle in Seattle" - a daylong, family friendly festival in a West Seattle park and an on-the-water protest by "Shell No" kayaktivists - was held only blocks from where Shell's Polar Pioneer drilling rig is docked at the Port of Seattle's Terminal 5. The brightly colored boats lined the grass as paddlers loaded gear while lights on the towering rig twinkled in the background.


  11. City elections: A whole new eraRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 |

    Election season 2015 officially launched last Friday at midnight, the candidate filing deadline. The final slate of City Council hopefuls will be finalized after the withdrawal deadline on Monday.


  12. DiscoverOrg at home in downtown VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | The Columbian

    Henry Schuck is the co-founder and CEO of DiscoverOrg , a Vancouver-based technology and research company providing sales and marketing intelligence solutions and other services to 1,500 clients. It has profiles of 20,000 companies in the U.S., Canada, and the European Union.


  13. Two weeks from today: 'Flipper Fest' at Alki BathhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | West Seattle Blog

    Just last night, a humpback whale surprised some lucky onlookers along the West Seattle shore. No photos, but we did get one when orcas made a similarly unexpected pass-by in the Wednesday mist.


  14. Norwegians take to Ballard streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The annual parade is part of Norwegian Constitution Day and is heralded as one of the largest celebrations outside of Oslo. The Ballard High School marching band performs during the annual Syttende Mai parade Sunday, May 17, 2015, in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.


  15. Kayaktivists paddle out in Seattle to protest Arctic oil drillingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | SFGate

    MAY 16: Tlingit tribal member Nahaan plays music along with members of other tribes during demonstrations against Royal Dutch Shell on May 16, 2015 in Seattle, Washington.Demonstrators began three days of protests both on land and on Puget Sound over the oil rig's presence in the Port of Seattle. A Shell No protest flag flies near a canoe during demonstrations against Royal Dutch Shell in Seattle over drilling in the Arctic.


  16. 'Shell no!' Seattle kayaktivist fleet protests Arctic drillingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Russia Taday

    ShellNo flotilla protesters demonstrate in the Puget Sound against the arrival of the Shell Oil Company's drilling rig Polar Pioneer in Seattle, Washington Hundreds of environmental activists have launched a fleet of kayaks, canoes and other small boats in Seattle's Elliott Bay, where the Royal Dutch Shell recently docked its massive oil rig set to resume exploration and drilling of Alaska this summer. The "Shell No" kayaktivist rally was part of a peaceful "Paddle in Seattle" family protest festival organized in West Seattle park.


  17. The paddle in Seattle live blogRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 |

    What all the fuss is about: Shell Oil's Polar Pioneer Arctic drilling rig arrived in West Seattle this weekend. Credit: Flickr user Chas Redmond Shell Oil's drilling rig, the Polar Pioneer, drifted into Terminal 5 at the Port of Seattle last Thursday.


  18. How to play tourist in beautiful EverettRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | HeraldNet

    On a sunny day earlier in May, artist Linda Beaumont works on her mosaic wall in the Wetmore Theater Plaza. The mosaic wall helps form a small amphitheater for outdoor concerts and events.


  19. Cost-sharing ministries offer alternative to ObamacareRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | The Columbian

    When Melissa Mira suffered sudden heart failure at the end of her second pregnancy last year, she worried first about her health and her baby - then about the more than $200,000 in medical bills that began rolling in. "Your world is just crashing down around you and you wonder: 'How is this going to be covered?'?" recalled Mira, 30, who spent more than a month away from her Tacoma home, hospitalized at the University of Washington Medical Center.


  20. Anti-Arctic drilling 'kayaktivists' stage 'Shell No' protest in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Peninsula Daily News

    Activists in kayaks and other vessels who oppose Royal Dutch Shell's plans to drill for oil in the Arctic Ocean mass near Shell's Polar Pioneer drilling rig in Seattle's Elliott Bay on Saturday. Activists in kayaks and other vessels mass near Shell's Polar Pioneer drilling rig docked in Seattle's Elliott Bay.


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