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Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 10:31 am
Grape Stomping, Hot Cakes Coming to the Hill, Oktoberfest
Seattle Weekly - ... pig slaughter methods from husband and wife Owners Brandon and Lauren Sheard and their capable team. Fall in Seattle arrives with a bang and burp at Fremont Oktoberfest running from September 19th through the 21st. Guests 21 and over are welcome on ... Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 9:52 am
The Mayor of Miller Park walks against brain cancer
Capitol Hill Blog - Serving as both a fundraiser and a public show of support, the 7th annual Brain Cancer Walk and fundraiser will take place this Saturday September 20th at 1:00 PM starting outside of the Fisher Pavilion in Seattle Center. Joining the event again in 2014 is Andrew Taylor , a community organizer in the Miller Park neighborhood, former Chair of the East District Council , and researcher of human cell damage at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center whose wife recently passed away due to brain cancer. Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 9:52 am
On the List | PARK(ing) Day 2014, Hugo House lit series, Fringe Fest, Volunteer Park work party
Capitol Hill Blog - ... the Lambda Literary's Emerging Writer Award. " Info about future authors and dates for the new Lit Series is here . Seattle Fringe Festival runs through Sunday at multiple venues on Capitol Hill. Each performance is just $10. From our earlier post : ... Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 9:37 am
Seattle Tunnel Tops 'Highway Boondoggles' List
The Stranger - Seattle is a leader . Whatever we do, heck, we do it better than other cities. Football Super-bowlin'? Yup. Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 9:25 am
WA: Metro Belt-Tightening to Save 150,000 Hours of Bus Service
Mass Transit - Sept. 18--King County Metro Transit has found enough savings to limit its cuts to 400,000 bus service hours per year instead of the 550,000 hours proposed this spring, says General Manager Kevin Desmond. That news will change the game for Seattle voters in November, when they consider whether to approve a car-tab and sales-tax increase for bus service. Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 7:27 am
Metro Defers Some Service Cuts
Seattle Transit Blog - Yesterday Metro announced a series of new savings that will reduce the overall service cut from 550,000 annual service hours to 400,000, or about 11%. Here is the bottom line for riders: This month's service cut (151,000 hours) moves forward as planned. The February 2015 cuts (169,000 hours) will also occur as planned*, unless Seattle's Prop 1 […] Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 6:04 am
New cycle track connects regional trail system
Sammamish Review - King County recently installed a 0.7-mile cycle track along High Point Way, just east of the High Point to Preston regional trail that runs parallel to Interstate 90. "Filling this gap between Issaquah and Preston allows a cyclist to travel from the Burke-Gilman Trail in Seattle to an overlook at Snoqualmie Falls, a scenic 50-mile journey," Cynthia Welti, executive director of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, said in a news release. The Washington State Department of Transportation built a 1.25-mile section of the regional trail in 2010, beginning the connection from the Issaquah to High Point Trail, but ended just short of the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail trailhead. Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 3:23 am
Followup: New court action in West Seattle foreclosure fight
West Seattle Blog - Today marks one month since the last public event related to the foreclosure/eviction fight involving Jean and Byron Barton and the Morgan Junction home his family owned for decades. August 18th was the day Jean Barton joined in a protest against King County Sheriff John Urquhart , days after its detectives removed her and her family from the house , saying they were being arrested for trespassing. Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 1:11 am
5th Avenue hits all the right notes in 'A Chorus Line'
HeraldNet - ... are billed as the stars. They were great. However it was the energetic and talented actors from Everett, Bellevue, Seattle, Tacoma and Portland, Oregon who made the show brilliant. Everett native and Cascade High School alumni Paul Flanagan, who ... Read more...
Thursday, September 18, 2014 -- 12:03 am
Connect Seattle moves bicycle infrastructure forward - Connect Seattle , the advocacy network founded by Cascade Bicycle Club and concerned neighbors to improve street safety in Seattle, is truly expanding at an impressive rate. That expansion, appears to be producing results. Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 11:33 pm
Construction should start this spring
Magnolia Voice - ... and underground parking. The architectural firm of Roger H. Newell is handling the approval process with the City of Seattle for property owner, Terry Yoshikawa. A staff member at Newell spoke with Magnolia Voice to explain the process and some of ... Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 10:01 pm
Theatre Off Jackson Presents the Bunner Sisters, Now thru 10/5 - Athena Theatre Project and Theatre Off Jackson present THE BUNNER SISTERS from the novella by Edith Wharton adapted and directed by Julie Beckman, today, September 18-October 5. Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 Performances are at varying times with matinees and evening shows. Set in New York in 1896, The Bunner Sisters tells the story of two working class sisters, Ann Eliza and Evelina Bunner , who have made a simple life for themselves by running a small basement shop. Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 9:06 pm
The latest quirky treasures from Second Use, Sept. 17, 2014
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - "' I 169 Commuters ' ... Public Art piece commisioned by City of Seattle for display on Civic Square fence at 3rd & Cherry. On display from 2009-2014. Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 8:58 pm
Metro belt-tightening to save 150,000 hours of bus service
Seattle Times - ... of the 550,000 hours proposed this spring, says General Manager Kevin Desmond. That news will change the game for Seattle voters in November, when they consider whether to approve a car-tab and sales-tax increase for bus service. Until now, ... Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 8:04 pm
West Seattle development: September 2014, month of the backhoe
West Seattle Blog - Signs of upcoming demolition at another future West Seattle construction site: Thanks to Eddie for the tip that the telltale fence is up around 4400 SW Alaska, an 8-unit apartment building scheduled to make way for a building with 5 stories, 36 apartments, 2 live/work-units, and 5 offstreet-parking spaces. It received key city approvals back in July, after passing Design Review in February . Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 5:46 pm
Affordable housing: Add requirement to add parking spots
Seattle Times - I am not opposed to the development of high-density housing in Seattle [" Seattle weighing new tax on builders for affordable housing ," Local News, Sept. 16]. My concern is about parking. Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 4:57 pm
Driver arrested after 75 mile pursuit that started in Spokane Valley
KTMF - ... as well, so we went looking for the answers. We found a list of the 39 most dangerous cities in Washington. SEATTLE (AP) - A 4.0 magnitude earthquake rattled the Puget Sound early Wednesday. The shaking was centered near the town of Seabeck in ... Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 4:29 pm
What you can see and do this Friday/Saturday at WestFest 2014
West Seattle Blog - West Seattle's next festival is two days away - Holy Rosary School 's WestFest , 6-10 pm Friday and 10 am-10 pm Saturday. Along with information you can browse on the festival website , organizers have announced the highlights and entertainment schedule: Bring your preschoolers to Toddler Time at WestFest! Holy Rosary is bringing the Carnival of Community to our younger West Seattle residents this year! From 10 am-12 pm on Saturday, they can enjoy a discount on 3 rides exclusively for them! We are also featuring a clown who will twist up creative balloon animals, PLUS we have an interactive dance session from the fabulous instructors of Sundancers! After all that fun, they can take in a magic show at noon. Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 3:28 pm
Happy Hour reader questions: free jazz and pre-ferry cocktails
Seattle Times - ... 5-7 p.m. There's an excellent craft-beer list and its charred, juicy burger is one of the most popular in North Seattle. Check out the estimable pianist Eric Verlinde every Monday at Capitol Cider from 9:15 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. or on Tuesdays at Owl ... Read more...
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 -- 3:08 pm
Updated: Vulcan's plan for controversial Lakefront Blocks project
Business Journal - ... Group on this project will show off updated designs for two other residential towers to the west. A city of Seattle board will review the renderings for all towers starting at 6:30 p.m. at Queen Anne Community Center, 1901 First Ave. W. Together the ... Read more...

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