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Winter in West Seattle: ...

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We are officially in winter, and now that the holiday buzz is over, maybe those Winter Blues are setting in. There's a comfort in knowing that the days are already getting longer, but the grey will be here for a while. And you know what? We're still going to enjoy it!
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Your Offbeat Seattle Hol...

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Seattle has a lot of well-known holiday traditions, from PNB's "Nutcracker" to the queer burlesque of "Homo for the Holidays." Posters for choral events and sexy Santas will plaster the walls, and halls will be decked around town. But what if you want something a little different? There's no reason for your December to be a...
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Evergreen Everett: 10 Hi...

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Everett was intended by its founders to be THE major commercial and industrial hub of western Washington. It was once called the "City of Smokestacks" for its large industrial sector. Like many Washington state cities, it has been a boom-bust town over centuries, but it has seen a revitalization in the last twenty years. Yo...
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Thanksgiving 2018: Let&#...

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It's 2018. Thanksgiving falls earlier than ever. We just had a #BlueWave. And no one is under the illusion that politics can be avoided over dinner at this point. Whether you are hosting, visiting, or hiding out, we have some tips for you.
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Finding the Best of the ...

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Among north Seattle neighborhoods, Greenwood strikes a particularly healthy balance between proximity to amenities and quiet residences. Two major junctions along Greenwood Avenue serve as hubs of retail, services and restaurants. This week, we're spotlighting the northern one, where Holman Road, Greenwood Avenue and 105th ...
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Throw a Voting Party: Mi...

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This year, despite multiple egregious efforts to suppress and remove voting rights, we're expecting massive voter turnout. We hope that's the case. A big turnout is the only way we're going to take back congress.
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Central to Culture: Vibr...

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The Central District became Seattle's second official Arts & Culture District a few years ago, and with good reason. Despite rapid change in the neighborhood, arts and culture are alive and well there.
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See Them Off: Parties an...

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2018 is 75 percent over as of next week. Where does the time go? The leaves are falling, and things are changing over in the galleries and arts institutions. Party it up this weekend on Capitol Hill as we celebrate new chapters and great art.
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Autumn With A Twist: 6 C...

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With colder weather and longer nights comes a change in wardrobe, palettes and...palates! Technically, you can drink rose in any weather if you are committed enough. However, we like to go with the seasonal flow and switch to richer, darker libations to complement the rich seasonal food. Fortunately, there are countless gre...
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The Pied-a-Terre Checkli...

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Seattle is surrounded by gorgeous nature, and it is also more and more becoming an international hub. People are coming and going all the time, even longtime residents. A new listing in Belltown got us thinking about the pied-a-terre lifestyle in Seattle, and how to do it right.
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