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Mother’s Day in Quarantine: Keeping Mom Pampered in Seattle

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This Mother's Day, there's still no excuse for not doing right by mom, even in quarantine. There are plenty of ways to show her some love in Seattle.
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Take-Out Time: Supporting Small Business in Seattle

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We are already seeing a wave of restaurant closures in Seattle. The government has effectively made all venues take-out only, but beyond that, many places have had to throw in the towel permanently. Retailers are already in panic mode. What can we do?
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Hot Town: Essential Seattle Summer Experiences in Capitol Hill

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Pride is over. Capitol Hill Block Party is over. But the party on Capitol Hill never really ends, and our Seattle Summer has only just begun.
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The Portage Bay Loop: An Historical Seattle Summer Weekend Itinerary

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Portage Bay is the northeastern end of Lake Union, connected to Lake Washington by the Montlake Cut. It's a scenic space, home to yacht clubs, parklands and floating homes along its shores. And with a little planning, you can take a few hours to stroll around it, get some fresh air, eat some great food, and learn some histo...
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Chow Down in Greenwood: 5 Unique Eateries for the Old School and Newcomers

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With summer in full swing, Divaland is super active, taking day trips and weekending. After a blitz of travel in June, we're sticking to staycations in Seattle for now. For those less ambitious weekends, we might take a casual trip north to Greenwood.
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Dining on Jackson: Exploring The Central District’s Southern Drag

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Seattle's Central District has always had an active community, but it has changed significantly with the city's growth spurts. The recent demolition of the Promenade Plaza on Jackson Street and 23rd Avenue was seen as the end of an era by many longtime residents. And when the large, mixed-use complex on that site is complet...
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Eat Across Ballard: Morning, Noon and Night Delights

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Ballard has changed so much in the last decade. It's almost unrecognizable on certain streets, but its historic center is still bustling with great boutiques and eateries.
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Post-Viadoom: Live it Up in Belltown and Lower Queen Anne

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The viaduct is officially closed, and the neighborhoods adjacent to it are set for big changes in the coming years. What are some of the best attractions uptown now?
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Broadway North: A Full Day of Fun, Food, and Fashionable Finds

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Broadway on Capitol Hill is more than a thoroughfare. Back when Capitol Hill was more explicitly a bohemian, queer community, it was the center of business, from the Pike/Pine corridor all the way up to the Broadway Market, now a QFC.
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Winter in West Seattle: Five Spots to Help You Get Cozy

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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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