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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 -- 2:10 pm
Weaving Works: Lost and Found In the Roosevelt Neighborhood
U District Daily - Since 1974, Weaving Works has been a resource for Seattle fiber artists, crafters and the yarn-curious. Residing for years in the University District, Weaving Works has now relocated to the Roosevelt business district. In their second month at the new location 6514 Roosevelt Way NE, they still get the occasional frantic caller standing in their old [...] Read more...
Tuesday, September 16, 2014 -- 11:33 am
Startup Hall Provides a New Address for Innovation
Market Wire - Startup Hall, the cornerstone of Seattle's University District startup community, has opened its doors to provide a place where emerging private sector companies intersect with established academic and commercial innovators. Startup Hall is part of a unique public-private partnership to develop a revitalized UDistrict where independent technology startup companies will benefit from the proximity to University of Washington faculty and students, research and advances in technology, medicine and engineering. Read more...
Monday, September 15, 2014 -- 12:45 am
Everett church tries to weather Mars Hill's internal issues
HeraldNet - ... years. Plans have surfaced for Mars Hill to close or consolidate some churches. The downtown Seattle and University District Mars Hill churches are slated for closure, and members have been asked to attend the Ballard area church next month. Some ... Read more...
Saturday, September 13, 2014 -- 12:07 pm
Aquarium Zen: a Meditation on Natural Aquatic Spaces for Your Home
U District Daily - Two Years in the Making, Steve Waldron has been growing plants, maintaining environments, designing space and dreaming for this day. With the intention of introducing people to a more natural experience of fish aquarium care-taking, Aquarium Zen is more about stewardship of an ecosystem than just about fish. Opening today, Saturday September 13, Waldron's vision has come [...] Read more...
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 -- 10:53 am
The Hill loses On 15th Video, its last video rental store
Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter - ... weird or have something recommended to you that you would have otherwise never had a chance to see." The University District still maintains Scarecrow Video, the largest independent video store in the country, and Al's Music Video & Games, while ... Read more...
Monday, September 8, 2014 -- 7:26 pm
Daily Troll: Mars Hill at a crossroads. 2nd Ave.'s bike lane makeover. UW prof wins Lasker Award.
Crosscut.com - ... has plummeted from about 13,000 to 9,000 - prompting church officials to consolidate the downtown and University District churches with the Ballard congregation - and media coverage has been harsh. "We're imperfect people," said church spokesperson ... Read more...
Monday, September 8, 2014 -- 1:32 pm
Mugshot Monday #6 - Tea Republik: Where Tea Holds Supreme Power Over the Bean
U District Daily - Welcome to #MugShot Monday: a caffeine inspired journey to uncover University Ave's Cafés I rolled down the Ave. on my bike past dense pockets of cannabis air, past Starbucks, past the Vape Store and found myself in front of Tea Republik. Still on my coffee cleanse, I was thankful that my next MugShot Monday adventure would not [...] Read more...
Monday, September 8, 2014 -- 11:29 am
Pastor Mark Driscoll Wrote Women Were Created to Be a 'Home' for the Male Penis
The Stranger - ... mentioned in the Morning News , MHC announced that three branches are closing (downtown Seattle, the University District, one in Phoenix) and a fourth is on the brink, all due to steep declines in attendance and giving over the past few months - ... Read more...
Monday, September 8, 2014 -- 7:19 am
WA: Revised 2nd Avenue Bike Lane Signals Change for Drivers, Riders
Mass Transit - ... Cycle Share, a new bike-rental network providing 500 bikes at 50 stations around the city center and University District. The Second Avenue bike lane has always been unusual. It is positioned on the left side of the southbound-only street, to keep ... Read more...
Sunday, September 7, 2014 -- 12:00 am
Front and Center: Jim Sheehan - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 PST
The Spokesman-Review - ... several streets and make them more pedestrian-friendly. I would certainly close Main from Monroe to the university district, although Stevens, Browne, Division and Washington would still be through streets. And I'd probably close Riverside. Sheehan: ... Read more...
Friday, September 5, 2014 -- 6:17 pm
Taste of India Unveils U-Districts Newest Cocktail Lounge Sept 7
U District Daily - Nestled adjacent to the much loved Taste of India Restaurant, Owner Mohammed Bhatti wanted to offer a place for the 21+ crowd to comfortably hang out for a pre-dinner drink. The grand opening will take place Sat September 7. You can order from the Taste of India menu or partake in Indian twists on classic American bar [...] Read more...
Thursday, September 4, 2014 -- 9:55 pm
Man armed with knives leads police on chase in U District
Seattle Times - ... booked into jail. A man armed with two large kitchen knives led Seattle police on a lengthy chase in the University District on Thursday afternoon before surrendering. He was uninjured after being shot at, stunned with a Taser and targeted by SWAT ... Read more...
Thursday, September 4, 2014 -- 2:25 pm
Playing by the Book's: Live Music Takes Over the U-District Library
U District Daily - Presented by the Seattle Public Library and the Chamber Music America Residency Endowment Fund, the Steve Griggs Ensemble is playing a free concert at SPL branches. On Sunday Sep 7, at 2pm at the U-District branch Griggs' Ensemble will be performing 'A Cup of Joe Brazil,' a program of original music and narration about jazz saxophonist [...] Read more...
Wednesday, September 3, 2014 -- 2:37 pm
Mischief, Dreams and the Unknowable Forces of Jim Woodring: Author Event This Thursday PM
U District Daily - 'There are a lot of elements in the stories that mean something to me that shouldn't mean anything to anybody else, though of course I hope they do.' Jim Woodring, 2002 (from an interview with Gary Groth in the Comics Journal) Jim Woodring will discuss and sign his new book "Jim: Jim Woodring's Notorious Autojournal" at the University Book Store in the U [...] Read more...
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 -- 9:24 am
WA: Seattle Catching Up to Portland in Light Rail Department With Line to Northgate
Mass Transit - ... be underground stations on Capitol Hill, at the University of Washington (near Husky Stadium) and in the University District. The tunnel boring machine building the northbound light rail tunnel has already traveled more than 1,600 feet from the ... Read more...
Monday, September 1, 2014 -- 12:44 pm
Mugshot Monday #5 - Remembering Long Lost Cafés of the Ave.
U District Daily - Welcome to MugShot Monday: a caffeine inspired journey to uncover University Ave's Cafés For Labor Day I felt it would be nice to take a break from visiting up-and-running cafés and look back at some Cafés of Old in the University District. It was a time before the internet and laptop computers. Before people were glued to [...] Read more...
Monday, September 1, 2014 -- 8:07 am
Seattle catching up to Portland in light rail department with line to Northgate
OregonLive.com - ... be underground stations on Capitol Hill, at the University of Washington (near Husky Stadium) and in the University District. The tunnel boring machine building the northbound light rail tunnel has already traveled more than 1,600 feet from the ... Read more...
Thursday, August 28, 2014 -- 9:18 pm
Many in Seattle are taking a stand against rise of micro-apartments
Seattle Times - ... for nearly 1,000 new homes. Another 25 projects await permits. Capitol Hill/First Hill and the University District have seen the most activity, with 20 and 17 projects permitted, respectively. New micro-apartments in low-rise zones across the city ... Read more...
Thursday, August 28, 2014 -- 11:15 am
The Faces Behind the Fight for $15 an Hour
Yes! Magazine - ... and the rest to groceries, commuting for work, phone, and laundry." He rents a room in a home in the University District, a 15-minute bus ride from work that costs him $5 per day. "Growing up, you think that once you have a job, things are going to ... Read more...
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 -- 6:19 pm
Seattle real estate profile, Aug. 26, 2014
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - ... in the north end of Wallingford are often listed as being in the Green Lake neighborhood. Fremont, the University District, Aurora and Interstate 5 are all adjacent. So it's no wonder that the typical Wallingford home is worth $610,700, well above ... Read more...




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