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  1. Semele: Singing Trumps Spectacle at Seattle OperaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly

    In the title role of a mortal woman whose crush on Jupiter leads to pride, ambition, and a fiery end, Brenda Rae sounds glorious in both her dreamy slow arias and her acrobatic showpieces. In "Oh, sleep, why dost thou leave me?" and "My racking thoughts," the orchestra, led by Gary Thor Wedow, is pared down to just a few instruments; with Rae's sweetness of tone, the result is an enrapturing chamber-music intimacy I wouldn't have thought possible in a hall McCaw's size.

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  2. One seat to rule them allRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Madison Park Times

    Residence: Central Area/Leschi Top 3 issues: The crisis in affordable housing The rise in LGBTQ hate crimes The district's infrastructure needs One thing the district needs right now: Rent control and an expansion of tenants' rights Residence: Portage Bay Top 3 issues: Achieving gender equity throughout the city Livable neighborhoods Having a collaborative government One thing the district needs right now: More affordable housing Residence: Central Area Top 3 issues: Public safety Transportation and transportation linkages Managing growth and affordability One thing the district needs right now: An effort to make the district safer for children and young families Starting now, if you live anywhere between Montlake and Interstate 90, you're about to hear from three people who want to make your business their business in a big way.

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  3. The High List: Recommended Events for StonersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Stranger

    The windowless womb that is Barboza is best experienced when it's filled with a wall of sound and good vibes. Tendai Maraire of Shabazz Palaces is behind Chimurenga Renaissance, a deep, glittering galaxy of experimental Zimbabwean hiphop highlighted with the golden tingly chimes of the mbira.

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  4. What Happened to Bike Activism in Seattle?Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Stranger

    The Cascade Bicycle Club - one of the largest municipal bike advocacy groups in the country - is considering whether to curb its political work in significant ways. This must mean we've reached cycling nirvana in Seattle, right? That we're on some Amsterdam-level bike-friendliness shit? That the Emerald City is a gleaming biketopia, where we can trust in our esteemed city officials to respect and protect the city's estimated 158,000 cyclists? This is the fucking USA, people.

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  5. Mandel is new PPC reporterRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Madison Park Times

    Eric Mandel is the new staff reporter for Pacific Publishing Co.' s Capitol Hill Times, Queen Anne & Magnolia News, City Living Seattle and Madison Park Times.

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  6. QA author makes leap from short stories to novelRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Magnolia News

    Longtime Queen Anne resident and author Anne Leigh Parrish, with her first novel, "What is Found, What is Lost," a story about four generations of women exploring love, faith and self-discovery. Photo by Emily Muirhead Author Anne Leigh Parrish, a 30-year Queen Anne resident, is determined to make her writing career flourish, despite years of difficulty getting published.

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  7. State Senate passes $15 billion transportation packageRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Kent Reporter

    Just 18 days after its initial unveiling, Senate lawmakers on a 27-22 vote passed a $15 billion transportation package that includes an 11.7-cent increase to the state gas tax over the next three years. That package now moves to the Democrat-controlled House where Majority Leader Pat Sullivan, D-Covington, said that the package won't be considered until lawmakers address education funding, which they are under order from the state Supreme Court to substantially increase.

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  8. Union Stables reborn as officesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Views of the exterior of the newly renovated Union Stables Tuesday, March 3, 2015, in Seattle, Washington. Listed on the National Historic Register, Union Stables was completed in 1910 and housed 300 horses used to pull SeattleA*s street cars and fire engines.

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  9. From hooch hideaway to high-end office, historic Seattle building is rebornRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Business Journal

    A 6-year-old tech company called Tune and longtime general contractor Lease Crutcher Lewis soon will have some the coolest office space in town. They, along with architecture firm Weinstein A+U , this month will move into the newly renovated Union Stables, a 106-year-old building north of Pike Place Market.

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  10. Capitol Hill food+drink | Li'l Woody's says happy Seattle Burger MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The Golden Beetle Burger - "harissa aioli, lettuce, pickled serranos & onion, gruyere swiss, baharat seasoned 1/3 pound northwest grass fed beef, and mayonnaise with Sumac dusted fries" Li'l Woody's owner Marcus Lalario is a connected man. A Pike/Pine entrepreneur who has survived the neighborhood's transition to the the entertainment district big time and investor in food, drink, and retail ventures on the Hill and beyond, Lalario's Pine burger shop is making some fun connections of its own this month with a one-of-a-kind promotion featuring special creations from some great Seattle chefs: Throughout March 2015, Li'l Woody's will be featuring a new burger each week.

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  11. Sawant forum to tackle Capitol Hill's anti-LGBTQ crime spikeRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Crosscut.com

    Capitol Hill has long been seen as Seattle's most LGBTQ-friendly neighborhood. However, a spike in bias-driven crime toward members of the LGBTQ community has many wondering if the popular neighborhood is shifting away from its reputation as a safe-haven for Seattle's queer community.

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  12. Senate passes $15 billion transportation package, 11.7-cent gas tax increase in Monday's sessionRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Bainbridge Island Review

    Just 18 days after its initial unveiling, Senate lawmakers have passed a $15 billion transportation package that includes an 11.7-cent increase to the state gas tax over the next three years. That package now moves to the Democrat-controlled House where Majority Leader Pat Sullivan, D-Covington, said during a media session on Feb. 19 that the package won't be considered until lawmakers address education funding, which they are under order from the state Supreme Court to substantially increase.

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  13. What William Gibson's 'New Rose Hotel' Got Wrong About the FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Stranger

    What did the William Gibson get wrong in his otherwise superb short story " New Rose Hotel ," which was published in 1984 and made into an equally superb but grossly unappreciated film in 1998 ? That in the future, corporations would not only dominate the world in the near absence of state power but have a monopoly on hi-tech innovations. In Gibson's story, the scale of the investments that corporations have made in R&D and human capital is such that new products flow from their labs at a dizzying pace.

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  14. DNA Tool Helping Biologists Find Elusive Or Invasive SpeciesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | CBS Local

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  15. Blotter | Heroin overdose concerns, 11/Pike beating, Broadway/Pike phone robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Capitol Hill Blog

    See something others should know about? Email CHS or call/txt 399-5959. You can view recent CHS Crime coverage here .

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  16. Homeless Families Wait Six Months Or More For Housing In King CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | KUOW-FM Seattle

    If you need emergency shelter or housing, you can call 211 - but be prepared to wait six months or more. But in King County, where homelessness is surging, the wait is made worse by a government bottleneck that keeps families homeless even when shelter is available.

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  17. State Senate approves 11.7 cent gas tax hike in $15 billion transportation packageRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Peninsula Daily News

    The Senate on Monday approved a $15 billion transportation revenue package that includes an incremental gas tax increase of 11.7 cents over the next three years. The chamber passed the revenue bill on a 27-22 bipartisan vote and negotiations with the House will begin.

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  18. DirectoryRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Seattle Press

    A leading music school in Washington State, The Academy of Music Northwest provides different levels of rigorous college-prep music classes and extensive performance opportunities for talented young musicians between the ages of 4 -18. Day and night our luxury service connects all of Bellevue, Seattle, and Tacoma.

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  19. City Seeks Emergency Suspension of Fusion Ultra Lounge's Liquor LicenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Stranger

    The Fusion Ultra Lounge sat closed Saturday night after Seattle city attorney Pete Holmes asked the Washington State Liquor Control Board on Friday to issue an emergency suspension of the troubled University District nightclub's liquor license. The club has seen more than its share of violence over the last few months, including a shooting in early January and another one more recently that involved three victims, two of whom were reportedly 15 and 16 years old .

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  20. Brief But Bitter: Sounders' Strike of '79Read the original story

    Yesterday | Sounder at Heart

    American pro soccer's first work stoppage was hit-and-miss across the NASL, and Seattle was among the few clubs to feel its full force. It lasted just four days and only one round of matches.

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