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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.

Population: 602000
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Seattle's standout ice cream shops

Molly Moon Neitzel opened the first Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream shop in Wallingford in 2008. The ice cream served here is made in the back of the shop.

West Seattle weekend scene: C & P Coffee party pours a cup of gratitude

Pete and Cameron Moores , proprietors of C & P Coffee Company , presided over a party Sunday - to say "thank you." Signs like that one in the shop invited customers to celebrate the coffee house's future, secured back in March when the couple bought it from their longtime landlords , who had put it on the market in January , promoted as a "terrific development opportunity."

West Seattle weekend scene: Early solstice-sunset watch with Alice Enevoldsen

Though the summer solstice isn't until Thursday, Solstice Park still provided a sunset show when NASA Solar System Ambassador Alice Enevoldsen held her quarterly gathering a few days early. As Alice explained on Saturday night, the sunset time only varies a few seconds from day to day this time of year, so the special path at the top of the park still lined up with the setting sun.

West Seattle weekend scene: Westwood Village Street Fair

From the little train to the big bouncy toys, it's been a day of fun at Westwood Village . The annual street fair moved to Sunday this year.

Scenes from the Fremont Solstice Parade

Thousands of sun-starved people packed the streets for the 30th running of the Fremont Solstice Parade, and the weather couldn't have been any better. As they do every year, the naked cyclists kicked off the action, turning heads on Market St. in Ballard before heading back to Fremont to lead off the parade.

Celebrations of life for Mark 'Monk' Hubbard next Friday

Last weekend brought the shocking news of West Seattle-based skatepark legend Mark "Monk" Hubbard 's untimely death. This weekend, his family sends word of memorial plans: In celebration of Mark "Monk" Hubbard, his friends and family want everyone around the world who've been impacted by Mark's life and work to head to their local skatepark on Friday, June 22nd to skate, picnic and remember.

Nudity in Seattle: It's not just for Solstice Parades

If you're wondering why there are more nude people than usual riding bicycles through Fremont this weekend, just know two things: The Fremont Solstice Parade draws quite the crowd every year. And the nude cyclists that ride in conjunction with the festivities are often the talk of the town.

Dita Von Teese Tantalizes and Sparkles at the Moore This Sunday

If you took the structured elegance of '50s-era women's fashion, stirred in a touch of dark gothic charm, and wrapped it all up in a modern-day feminist Snow White, you'd get Dita Von Teese . This woman singlehandedly stole my heart, taught me to always, always, always accent my beauty mark when putting on my makeup, and planted the pearl of confidence in me to be sexy on my own terms, and not give a damn about what anyone else thinks-and has done the same for many other women via her unapologetic presence.

A New Place for Doughnuts and Soft Serve, and More Seattle Food News...

At the new Seattle Freeze in Georgetown, an ice cream and doughnut shop from the people who brought you Central District Ice Cream , you can choose mix-ins like Fruity Pebbles and chocolate chips to be swirled into your soft serve. Seattle's doughnut craze continues with no signs of slowing down, as the Georgetown doughnut and soft serve shop Seattle Freeze soft opens today, and news of a brand-new White Center doughnut shop called Good Day Doughnuts from the chef of Vendemmia is on the horizon.

Pride in your work(s of art) - Capitol Hill's Queer Art Walk tonight

With the celebration of Capitol Hill's "only holiday" in full swing, Thursday night brings a special "Queer" edition of the neighborhood's monthly art walk. A map of the special events, shows, and performances is below.

Seen from West Seattle: Why a spill-response vessel is off Blake Island

Carol e-mailed us after seeing the Marine Spill Response Corporation 's bright-blue-hulled W.C. Park Responder off Blake Island all day Tuesday, wondering if it was there to handle an incident. We couldn't find any indication of that but contacted MSRC to be sure; spokesperson Keely Fitzpatrick replied, "The WC Park Responder is, in fact, participating in training today.

Producer prices up 0.5 pct from April, 3.1 pct in past year

In this April 4, 2018, file photo apples grown in Washington state are displayed for sale at the Pike Place Market in Seattle. U.S. wholesale prices last month posted the biggest 12-month gain since January 2012, a sign that the strong economy is beginning to rouse inflation.

A new take on tea time

For the past five years, Queen Anne residents didn't have to travel far to get a taste of South Africa. Owners Natasha Robson-Lovato and her mother, Cecile Robson, are headed back to Johannesburg in the coming months, with their business - the city's lone South African tea house - making way for a new Japanese cafe and market, Koku, set to open later this month at 1417 Queen Anne Ave. N..

10 Things to Know for Wednesday

Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant speaks, Tuesday, June 12, 2018, at City Hall in Seattle. Sawant and other members of the Council were expected to vote Tuesday on whether or not to repeal a tax on large companies such as Amazon and Starbucks that was intended to combat a growing homelessness crisis.

Businesses get a win on head tax, but solution to Seattle homelessness crisis still elusive

Marvin Rosete, right, gets a signature last week to repeal the head tax from Stu Young, left, at the Wallingford Dicks Drive-In. "How many times can I sign?" joked Young.

BIZNOTE: Canna West Seattle moves to 'new' location across the street

Canna West Seattle is now open in its "new" location at 5440 California SW - which was intended to be its location all along. When we reported back in 2016 that proprietor Maryam Mirnateghi had obtained the first state license for a recreational-marijuana store in WS, she had bought the Craftsman house and expected a relatively quick conversion from its previous incarnation as professional offices.

In a fast about-face, Seattle may cave to Amazon, overturn landmark corporate head tax

Just a month after Seattle passed a controversial corporate head tax aimed at Amazon, the city council is poised to rescind it after facing a ferocious backlash by some of the largest businesses in town. The shift comes as many cities, not just Seattle, struggle to deal with rising levels of income inequality, gentrification, homelessness and changes wrought by an influx of large numbers of highly paid tech workers.

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