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  1. Why the first Admiral Way Safety Project meeting won't be the last after allRead the original story w/Photo

    57 min ago | West Seattle Blog

    That question was asked by one attendee at last night's contentious meeting about the Admiral Way Safety Project , but could have come from almost anyone who spoke. We hadn't planned to record the meeting on video but grabbed five minutes of public comment via phone; if you weren't there, this is a taste of how it went: This was the first standalone meeting about the project, and at one point during the meeting SDOT reps said it would be the only one - but before the meeting's end, Admiral Neighborhood Association president David Whiting asked them to commit to another one, and they agreed.

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  2. Even More Restaurants That Are Opening in Seattle This YearRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Stranger

    The owners of Marination Mobile will open Super Six restaurant, in a former Columbia City auto body shop, this fall. Earlier this week I posted a long list of the restaurants opening in Seattle this year.

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  3. See a Seattle grocer during the Gold Rush and the Great Seattle FireRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    THEN: Charles Louch's grocery on First Avenue, north of Union Street, opened in the mid-1880s and soon prospered. It is possible - perhaps probable - that one of the six characters posing here is Louch.

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  4. West Seattle Friday: Garden Club; softball playoffs; bingo benefitRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    The holiday weekend is about to start! If you're headed out, be safe and have a great time; we'll be here covering what's going on in West Seattle, as usual, including daily advance word of calendar highlights, like these: WEST SEATTLE GARDEN CLUB: This month's meeting starts with 10 am registration and continues until 2 pm, at Daystar Retirement Village . Bring your own lunch; beverage and dessert are included in the $5 registration fee.

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  5. KEXP & Seattle Center Concerts at the Mural Band Lineup SetRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    KEXP & Seattle Center Present Concerts at the Mural brings live music to the Mural Amphitheatre stage for four evenings of highly entertaining, end-of-the-week respite featuring some of the region's best indie music, along with some noted national artists, free-of-charge, starting at 5:30 p.m., Fridays, Aug. 7 - 28, in Mural Amphitheatre at Seattle Center. Now in its 8th year, the Friday evening concert series continues the KEXP and Seattle Center tradition of starting the summer weekends off with a blast of engaging, all-ages culture.

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  6. Juanita crushes Roosevelt to advance at district tournament | Prep softballRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Kirkland Reporter

    The Juanita High School softball recovered from a loss on Tuesday to win a loser-out contest against Roosevvelt, 11-0, on Thursday at the Southwest Athletic Complex in West Seattle. The Rebels starting pitcher Madi Hedlund threw five innings of shutout softball while racking up six strikeouts.

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  7. WA: Streetcar Tests Under Way in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Mass Transit

    May 21--Testing for Seattle's new First Hill streetcar line began this week on Broadway, as the city strives to launch passenger service this summer. There is no specific schedule for the next round of tests, according to city and maintenance staff.

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  8. Student photography chosen for state traveling exhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | North King County

    Northshore students Blake Keykarlas, Grace White, Desiree Midkiff, Mairead Brown, Edgar Rojas, Chase Graham, Bailey Fjelstul and Colin White photography entries are included in a group of 36 photographs receiving top honors in the 2015 Washington State High School Photography Competition. All 36 photographs will be on public display at the Museum Quality Framing Gallery, 428 Westlake Avenue N., in Seattle, beginning 7-9 p.m. on June 4. The traveling exhibition will go on a one-year tour of the state, including exhibits at the Tacoma Art Museum in September and the Seattle Art Museum in December.

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  9. More scrutiny for first charter school, while others applyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Education Week

    The state's first charter school continues to operate under careful scrutiny of the Washington State Charter School Commission, while the process for approving more charter schools moves along. At a meeting Thursday in Mount Vernon, the statewide commission heard updates on corrective action by First Place Scholars, Washington's first charter school, which opened in Seattle last fall.

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  10. Seattle trip an amazing experience for Chelan Prep studentsRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Lake Chelan Mirror

    The students got into Lake Chelan School District vans not knowing what to expect. They had picked Seattle as their destination themselves, but that didn't settle their nerves any.

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  11. PHOTOS: Scenes from sold-out Taste of West Seattle, helping WS HelplineRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    When you see the advance warning every spring that the Taste of West Seattle will probably sell out, so you'll want to get your tickets early - it's not just a sales pitch. Tonight's benefit for the West Seattle Helpline sold out days in advance and the line above was just for ticketholders waiting to get into The Hall at Fauntleroy ! Once inside, you had the chance to sample the tastes and sips brought by dozens of local food and beverage purveyors.

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  12. Sound & Motion Merge in New 'Artists at Play' Playground at Seattle Center, Opening TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Artists at Play , a new imaginative, artist-created playground in Next 50 Plaza at Seattle Center opens to the public at 12 p.m., today, May 22, with a Grand Opening that features a live performance by young people and a brief ceremony with City officials and the project donor. The opening festivities coincide with the first day of Northwest Folklife Festival.

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  13. Seattle's tunneling megamachine is more effed than we thoughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Grist Magazine

    Ah, Bertha. Here in Seattle, your tunneling project is one of our favorite things to talk about.

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  14. 3 cottages on market in SW SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The first home, 3522 S.W. Barton St., is listed for $329,998. The two bedroom, one bathroom home and includes a detached garage that was converted into a living space.

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  15. SPD, mayor unveil program to fight bias crimes against gay communityRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Mayor Ed Murray and Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole announced a program Thursday intended to prevent and fight anti-gay bias crimes. The program, Safe Place , provides businesses, schools and other organizations with information on how to report malicious harassment, in addition to decals that would identify the business or organization as an LGBT-friendly place.

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  16. Belltown's Mama's Mexican Kitchen to closeRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    In yet another act of Seattle gentrification, Mama's Mexican Kitchen in Belltown is moving out its Elvis room and closing to make way for apartments. The quirky and affordable Mexican restaurant has been a Belltown mainstay at Second Avenue and Bell Street for 41 years.

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  17. Elephant transport from Seattle with San Diego side trip was costlyRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    The price tag for transporting the two elephants from California to their new home at the Oklahoma City Zoo was $88,000, according to a contract released to The Seattle Times. That's in addition to the $106,000 tab for the first attempt to move the animals, which was aborted because of bad weather.

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  18. KEXP & Seattle Center Announce Concerts at the Mural LineupsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Northwest Music Scene

    KEXP & Seattle Center Present Concerts at the Mural brings live music to the Mural Amphitheatre stage for four evenings of highly entertaining, end-of-the-week respite featuring some of the region's best indie music, along with some noted national artists, free-of-charge, starting at 5:30 p.m., Fridays, Aug. 7 - 28, in Mural Amphitheatre at Seattle Center. Now in its 8th year, the Friday evening concert series continues the KEXP and Seattle Center tradition of starting the summer weekends off with a blast of engaging, all-ages culture.

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  19. Dust debate: What's the source of this South Seattle soot?Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | KOMO News

    A dust debate is brewing in one Seattle neighborhood. Residents who border East Marginal Way in Georgetown want to know the source of a dark gray soot coated on cars, sitting on windowsills, and even caked on toys for children.

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  20. Herb & Bitter Public House set to Open in Early JuneRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Seattle

    I can still remember the first time I went into Rocco 's in Belltown to have a drink. I was blown away by the dandy cocktail and spirit selection, the overall friendliness and amiability of the staff, and by the fun touches throughout the bar.

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