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Seattle is the northernmost major city on the West Coast of the U.S., and its current official nickname is the "Emerald City," referencing the lush evergreen forests of the area. Seattle is the birthplace of the music style known as "grunge," made famous by local groups Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden; it is the birthplace of rock legend Jimi Hendrix, and Bruce Lee and his son Brandon are both buried there.
Local Newspapers: The Seattle Times
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Seahawks (NFL) Seattle Mariners (MLB)
Local Colleges: University of Washington Seattle University Seattle Pacific University
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Icebreaker Polar Star due home tomorrow
The Seattle-homeported U.S. Coast Guard heavy icebreaker Polar Star is one of a kind, and it's coming home tomorrow after more than three months at sea. You'll see it off north West Seattle before its scheduled arrival on the downtown waterfront at 4 pm.If You Go See Hir, Don't Make the Mistake I Did
It's about 30 seconds long, it involves a baseball bat and a very strong swing, and it's noisy as fuck. It is, as they say, theater magic.50+ West Seattle businesses sign letter to City Council expressing...
On the same day City Councilmembers were scheduled to have their first official discussion about the newest move toward a "head tax" , more than 300 businesses around the city - including 50+ from West Seattle - have signed a letter expressing concern. Here's the letter and those who signed it : The letter is similar to one circulated to West Seattle Chamber of Commerce members yesterday, in the name of the city's Small Business Advisory Council , with an invitation for signatures.School walkouts planned over gun control
Students in dozens of Seattle schools - including in Ballard - plan a walkout tomorrow as part of a national effort "to protest Congress' inaction to do more than tweet thoughts and prayers in response to the gun violence plaguing our schools and neighborhoods." The walkout is planned for 10 a.m. and will last 17 minutes, one minute for each student killed in the shooting at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.Delta Air Lines' uniforms were in need of an update. So they called designer Zac Posen.
"You know when you go up in a plane and you just bloat in the air?" Ekrem Dimbiloglu asked me the other morning. "Your neck and your feet?" As Delta Air Lines' director of uniforms, Dimbiloglu has seen what 30,000 feet can do to a person.Several alternative routes suggested in Ballard light rail feedback
Now that the "early scoping" public comment period is over, Sound Transit is going through the Ballard and West Seattle light rail feedback, looking for consistent themes. They've boiled down their early findings in a deck for a presentation this Wednesday to the stakeholder advisory group.BIZNOTE: West Seattle Pilates and Fitness now open
West Seattle Pilates and Fitness is a new woman-owned business offering private lessons and group Mat/Props classes. WSP works with people who have varying injuries and pathologies as well as those who want to strengthen their body and minds.Dirty Couch Brewing plans Magnolia taproom
Jon Cargille , Rob Nelson and Frank Swiderski visited their first account, Ballard's Royal Drummer Cafe, to talk about expansion plans for the brewery. Photo by Ryan Murray When Frank Swiderski, Rob Nelson and Jon Cargille started discussing opening their own brewery, two major things came to mind.Top 20 new District 3 businesses: Rideshare driver tops the list by a milea again
Even with growing evidence that driving for companies like Uber and Lyft can be a real grind, the greatest bulk of entrepreneurial energy around Capitol Hill and the Central District continues to be professional drivers. According to tax information from the City of Seattle, the "transit and ground transportation" category was, again, the single largest category of new businesses started in District 3 ZIP codes last year, topping its nearest rival with nearly six times more companies started in the area in 2017.What's up for your post-time-change West Seattle Sunday
The unusually angled birds were photographed by Katy Coffey . And you might be forgiven for feeling a little sideways yourself, now that Daylight Saving Time has arrived.West Seattle weekend scenes: Sun and ships
James Bratsanos 's panorama shows the perfect end to this beautiful day. Looks like a car carrier in his photo.FOLLOWUP: Another West Seattle signal-box portrait
Artist Desmond Hansen was just finishing that portrait on the signal box at the northwest corner of 35th SW and SW Morgan when we saw him and pulled over for a photo. It's been three days since we first showed you his other creations , painted on signal boxes in Morgan Junction.Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan pledges to stand against gun violence with students
On Thursday, March 8, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan hosted "Town Hall: Students Stopping Gun Violence," giving students, families, and community members a chance to share their thoughts and ask questions to the Mayor and a panel that included a local high school student, a community organizer who works with at-risk youth, a doctor, and a high school principal who lost her brother to gun violence. The panel fielded questions about a variety of topics relating to gun violence, including school safety, gun regulation, and community outreach.CHS Pics | Spring forward, Capitol Hill - don't let anything hold you back edition
Join us for a Family Nature Class and make connections with the natural world that will last a lifetime! Through science-based exploration and outdoor play, preschoolers and their caregivers will experience the UW Botanic Gardens using their senses. Each class Continue reading Come garden with us in Volunteer Park! Rain or shine, come meet your neighbors and friends, and enjoy gardening in Volunteer Park at our monthly 2nd Saturdays Stewardship event, 10 AM to Noon.Parking changes and needle cleanup @ Southwest District Council
Hours later, the Southwest District Council heard from, and talked with, the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections staffers who wrote the proposal. We've covered the proposal previously, dating back to its introduction in November by then-Mayor Tim Burgess .Owner of Tacos Guaymas restaurants charged with theft, accused of not ...
The state Attorney General's office announced this afternoon that the owner of West Seattle's Tacos Guaymas restaurant and others is charged with theft for allegedly not paying $5.6 million in sales tax. 57-year-old Salvador Sahagun of Bothell is accused of doing this by illegally using "sales-suppression software" for cash transactions.Right-Wing Blogosphere Hypes False Story About Seattle 'Nazi Style Gun Confiscation'
One week ago, Seattle police's crisis team took away a 31-year-old Belltown man's handgun under the state's relatively new Extreme Risk Protection Order law. ERPOs, or "gun violence restraining orders" as they're also known, were voted into state law in 2016.
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