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Saturday, February 28, 2015 -- 3:32 pm
Fremont Abbey Arts Center Opens New Venue in Ballard
FremontUniverse - ... host to many small concerts including bluegrass, acoustic, folk and family events. With a beautiful new space, the Seattle community can enjoy a show in an intimate setting with a great full sound. There are many opportunities to bring the young ... Read more...
Saturday, February 28, 2015 -- 1:41 pm
The day Seattle shook
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - ... what kind of damage the earthquake did. The employees reported that they were quite scared. Photo: Meryl Schenker, Seattle Post-Intelligencer The quake caused bottles to fall off the shelves at the QFC grocery store on Broadway Avenue East at ... Read more...
Saturday, February 28, 2015 -- 1:41 pm
la Sala Presents: Latino and Filipino Poets...
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - Seattle, WA: On April 10th and 11th, 2015, La Sala and Pinoy Words Expressed Kultura Arts will present three Latino/a and three Filipino/a poets who will consider the influence of Latino and Filipino mythology on poetry. During two events titled "Latino and Filipino Poets Explore Cultural Mythologies" the six poets will read original works followed by a Q&A session with audience members. Read more...
Saturday, February 28, 2015 -- 11:31 am
LIFT Off Sunday!
Seattle Transit Blog - At long last, the ORCA LIFT program goes into effect Sunday, March 1. Those who obtained a low-income ORCA card, also known as the LIFT card, will start to enjoy $1.50 trips on King County Metro buses regardless of time of day or crossing zone lines, $1.50 trips on the South Lake Union Streetcar, and […] Read more...
Saturday, February 28, 2015 -- 7:00 am
Improving Train/Bus Transfer Timing
Seattle Transit Blog - Next year, in March, several bus routes may be restructured to serve UW Station and Capitol Hill Station, with more frequent all-day service. It is nice to know that there will be another bus for your route coming every 15 minutes. But for riders transferring from Link trains arriving every 10 minutes off-peak, 15-minute frequency […] Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 9:01 pm
47th/Admiral signal: Construction to start 'as soon as the week of March 9th'
West Seattle Blog - As mentioned here a week ago, SDOT director Scott Kubly told the City Council Transportation Committee that the 47th/Admiral signal was on the brink of construction - and now, a city alert says construction could be just days away: As soon as the week of March 9, the Seattle Department of Transportation will begin construction of the project to build a new signal, crosswalks and updated curb ramps at the intersection of 47th Avenue SW and SW Admiral Way in West Seattle. Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 7:48 pm
Seattle theft victim finds stolen bike online, confronts seller
KOMO News - Andrew Enyeart normally bikes to his barista job in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood, but a bike thief put the brakes on that. Enyeart attached his white bicycle to a street sign in front of his apartment with a U-lock. Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 5:33 pm
Garage Night Back Alley Beat Is Tonight at Lucky Liquor
The Stranger - ... a good balance of cool and casual, almost like a clubhouse ( the food rates also ). Mostly tho', it feels like old Seattle; I think the vibe can be maintained, as it's well past the reach of Cap Hill creepers AND working-class Georgetown refuges. ... Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 5:23 pm
City looks for ways to shut down troubled Seattle nightclub
KOMO News - Police have been called to Fusion Ultra Lounge in the University District more than 30 times in the past year for everything from traffic-stopping, 50-person brawls to shootings. SEATTLE -- Seattle officials say a local nightclub with a history of gun violence is a "public safety hazard" and should no longer be able to sell alcohol. Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 5:04 pm
Engine House 9 annouces brewery and barrel house expansion
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - ... of wild ales in this state. Casey McLain is the founder of North and South of Royal Brougham , a replacement-level Seattle sports blog, and can be found tweeting about beer and sports @TheCaseyMcLain . Casey also recently started a sports podcast ... Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 12:46 pm
Rainn Wilson on ‘Backstrom’: It’s...
Seattle Times - ... lives with his wife, writer Holiday Reinhorn and their 10-year-old son, Walter. There was much to talk about for the Seattle native, who still has family here, is a die-hard Seahawks fan and last year joined the board of the Mona Foundation, a ... Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 12:16 pm
See Seattle architect William Boone’s fine home in 1890
Seattle Times - THEN: Sometime around 1890, George Moore, one of Seattle's most prolific early photographers, recorded this portrait of the home of architect William E. Boone. NOW: Boone's house was probably destroyed in the late 1930s to make way for the construction of Yesler Terrace. Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 11:02 am
Thank you, Mr. Nimoy. Your portrayal of a mixed race person had a big impact on me.
Tobias S. Buckell Online - ... 2015 -March 14th: Cleveland Concoction - panelist/guest (Cleveland, OH) -July 4-11: Clarion West - Guest Instructor (Seattle, WA) -November 5-8: World Fantasy Convention - attending (Saratoga Springs, NY) I have taught writers as the Writer in ... Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 10:38 am
A "Wake" Up Call for Fremont
FremontUniverse - ... taxes to losing an eclectic neighborhood that singles of all ages, families, and retirees can afford. As with other Seattle neighborhoods Fremont has already exceed growth targets set forth in the Urban Village Strategy. Those tracking the changes ... Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 10:37 am
New support for same-sex families Feds and City expand family leave rights
Seattle Gay News - by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer Seattle's same-sex families got a double dose of good news as both the federal government and the City of Seattle announced new family leave rules. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez announced on February 24 that the ... Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 10:37 am
Mat Kearney always a Northwesterner at heart
Seattle Gay News - Seattle and Portland have both contributed greatly to the Northwest's widely acclaimed music scene, as have Vancouver, Olympia, and Eugene. The latter of these mentioned cities is the hometown of singer-songwriter Mat Kearney, who has toured extensively over the years with John Mayer, Sheryl Crow, Keane, and Train, just to name a few. Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 10:37 am
'In the Mood' is swinging to Benaroya Hall on March 7
Seattle Gay News - ... show, a musical revue. There's no story in the show, but it's as if our band, our singers and dancers are coming to Seattle from the 1940s. My goal was to give the audience different sounds and different styles of the musicians and bands that might ... Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 10:12 am
West Seattle Friday: Dance, play, watch, listen, and garden
West Seattle Blog - WEST SEATTLE GARDEN CLUB: 10 am-2 pm, it's the monthly meeting at Daystar Retirement Village , with the day's schedule described in our calendar listing , including a morning presentation on becoming a Master Gardener and an afternoon presentation on roses. GIRL SCOUT COOKIES: As previewed here earlier this week , this afternoon marks the start of the official cookie-selling season - you'll find Girl Scouts outside more than a few local businesses as early as 2 pm today . Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 8:08 am
Cyclists, Rest Your Weary Limbs on Seattle's First-Ever 'Leaning Rails'
Government Executive - Cyclists who want to relax while waiting at traffic lights - without performing a troublesome, potentially crotch-crushing dismount, that is - can grab a sign post or put a foot on the curb. Or, if they're in Seattle , they can slide up to these swanky, new "leaning rails" and take a load off: The city's first-ever rails look like industrial metal rectangles standing at 25th Avenue NE and NE Blakeley Street on the Burke-Gilman Trail. Read more...
Friday, February 27, 2015 -- 8:01 am
The Urbanologist calls South Lake Union ‘soulless’
Seattle Times - Editor's note: Max Grinnell, The Urbanologist, grew up in Seattle during 1985-1994. He lived at Franklin Avenue East and attended Madrona Elementary, Washington Middle School and Garfield High School. Read more...

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