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  1. Entertainment Briefly: The Brothers Grimm in Port Angeles . . . and...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Peninsula Daily News

    ... p.m., and the cover charge is $5. Sirens benefit for food bank in Port Townsend PORT TOWNSEND - When Alki Jones, the Seattle acoustic-country-progressive band, arrives tonight (Friday, Jan. 30) at Sirens Pub, its members hope patrons will come for ...


  2. Shell poised to resume drilling off North SlopeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    Shell Oil plans to resume drilling off Alaska's North Slope this summer, a decision that could turn Seattle's Port into a hub of operations for the company's efforts to find new crude reserves in the Chukchi Sea. Before the drilling proceeds, Shell would have to obtain required permits, clear legal challenges and prepare technically and logistically to go, said Ben van Beurden, the company's chief executive, Thursday in London.


  3. West Seattle will be well represented at the NW Flower and Garden show Feb. 11-15Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Highline Times

    ... show's amazing collection of 23 marquee display gardens will feature upwards of 50% more flowers in bloom. West Seattle area participants include Sponsor Sawdust Supply and Garden Creator West Seattle Nursery's "Birds Do Ita Bees Do Ita " West ...


  4. Steinbrueck gives a mixed report on city’s ‘urban villages’Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    Seattle's 20-year-old "urban village" strategy for growth is mostly working as intended, a new report by former Seattle City Councilmember Peter Steinbrueck says. Roughly 75 percent of the city's residential and employment growth has occurred in neighborhoods designated as urban villages, the Seattle Sustainable Neighborhoods Assessment Project report says.


  5. Seattle Rep invites community to - Piano Lessons' eventsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Queen Anne & Magnolia News

    Seattle Repertory Theatre is hosting community engagement events in conjunction with August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning family drama, "The Piano Lesson," running now through Feb. 8. Friends and colleagues of August Wilson join Seattle Rep artistic staff for an informal panel discussion to recall moments, stories and experiences working with Wilson. Guests include playwright and solo performer Sharon Williams, August Wilson's former longtime assistant Dena Levitin, actor and blues artist Chic Street Man and playwright Al Frank.


  6. SPD officer at center of golf club complaint reassignedRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The Seattle police officer who wrongfully arrested a man with a golf club has been placed on administrative assignment while the department investigates. Police arrested William Wingate last summer on Capitol Hill.


  7. What Was Lost This WeekRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Field Gulls

    ... something that happened once. Almost to someone else. More on that in a few. Five turnovers happened the last time Seattle took the field. Four of them were Russell Wilson interceptions. I type that sentence, and it screams LIAR! at me, because ...


  8. Obituary: Christopher Zinovitch, former ArtsWest headRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    The Seattle theater community is saddened this week by the Thursday, Jan. 29, passing of director, actor and arts administrator Christopher Zinovitch, the former artistic director of ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery in West Seattle. Mr. Zinovitch died in Bismarck, N.D., where he was artistic director of Dakota Stage Limited.


  9. Meet VHS, Seattle's Newest Punk BandRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly

    People always talk about how everything in Seattle is dying or disappearing, which is why I get excited to discover local bands that are new on the scene - bands that aren't about to break up or move to Los Angeles. C.J. Frederick, a local booker who goes by DASWASUPGIG, is great at putting together shows that spotlight all that new blood that might otherwise go unnoticed.


  10. Annex Theatre opens 28th season with 'Zapoi!'Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    Now in its 28th year, Annex Theatre just keeps on trucking along, on an eternal mission to present offbeat new works with an emphasis on scripts by Seattle playwrights. Annex's 2015 mainstage season kicks off Jan. 30-Feb. 21 at the company's lovably scruffy, two-flights-up fringe outpost on Capitol Hill with the world premiere of "Zapoi!," the story of a Russian composer fleeing persecution, authored by noted Seattle stage actor and Satori Group member Quinn Armstrong.


  11. New Fire Station 20 opens its doors to the public this SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Magnolia Voice

    The newest and greenest Fire Station in Seattle is hosting an open house this Saturday, January 31st. The construction of Fire Station 20 at 2800 15th Ave W is now complete, and the Seattle Fire Department and Seattle Fire Fighters Union, Local 27, welcome Queen Anne and Interbay neighbors to check it out.


  12. Greenwood Library celebrating 10th anniversary on Feb. 8Read the original story

    11 hrs ago | Phinneywood

    The Greenwood Library , 8016 Greenwood Ave. N., will celebrate the 10th anniversary of its new building at a community party from 1:30-3:30 on Sunday, Feb. 8. The Library will also be sealing a time capsule, which will be opened at the branch's 25th anniversary in 2030. "Library patrons are invited to write a letter to their future self, describe the community, draw pictures or take photos-whatever comes to mind!" said Karen Spiel, regional manager for libraries in northwest Seattle.


  13. Getaway: Seattle, WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Motorhome

    My husband, Jim, and I set off for Seattle, Washington, for two reasons: Jim wanted to learn how to build a kayak and I wanted to visit my niece, Dr. Caley Coulson. We arrived the day before Jim's boat-building session began at the Skin Boat School in Anacortes, Washington.


  14. West Seattle High School girls' basketball wins againRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    The West Seattle High School girls-varsity basketball continues to be one of the top teams in the state, 14-2 after winning again last night, though head varsity coach Sonya Elliott reports it was close: We beat Bishop Blanchet 51-48. It was a battle.


  15. Beatles program, Billy Dee Williams appearance, cat festRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    ... Album" and the 1964 documentary "A Hard Day's Night." Showtimes and ticket prices vary. 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle (206-324-9996 or ). Lando has landed. Actor Billy Dee Williams of "Star Wars" fame stops by Scarecrow Video from noon-2 ...


  16. News you can eat: Seahawks food FTWRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    SEAHAWKS' FAVORITE RESTAURANTS : Marshawn Lynch's favorite is HoHo in the I.D. . MORE>>> And Russell Wilson's been seen at Smith, while Pete Carroll's been spotted at Volterra, at least according to commenters on this Seattle Met post: MORE>>> SUPER BOWL FOOD FIGHT : It's Seattle versus Boston: Which city has the best food? I think we all know the answer MORE>>> BARS WITH WINGS FOR THE SUPER BOWL : Seven places to get them, including Neon Taco , the kitchen inside Nacho Borracho that will be newly under the very tasty direction of Monica Dimas, as of Super Bowl Sunday.


  17. Discovering Seattle's hidden treasures - Gems to discover without leaving the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Northwest Asian Weekly

    ... to discover something new. Here's what you can explore, without a suitcase or a high price tag. First, there is the Seattle Room, that wonderful depository of history at Seattle's Central Library. Among the finds in the Seattle Room are the photos ...


  18. How a Black, Gay Man from Nebraska Lost Confidence in the Seattle Police DepartmentRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Stranger

    Brian Davis is an administrative professional who moved to Seattle in 2001. Over the course of the last year, he's lost trust in the Seattle police department's ability to handle cases of racial bias.


  19. Live Tonight: The Spider Ferns, The Blow, Iska Dhaaf, Raz SimoneRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly

    ... , the release of which he's celebrating tonight with his first local headlining show. Starting in late November, the Seattle native released a new song each week, unveiling a little more about everything he's been through following the release of , ...


  20. Super Bowl Parties, Plus Gameday Food & Drink Specials in SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Seattle

    Let's go Seahawks, let's go! It's only days until the big day and the big game, where the Hawks will go for their second Super Bowl win. I will be pacing at home until the last seconds tick off the clock, but whether you want to go out and watch with your pals or invite them over, you're in luck - a bunch of our local swell spots are celebrating the Seahawks and the game with specially designed drinks and food .


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