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Category Archives: Gals in the Neighborhood

Building New AND Saving History

Dec 08, 2017
As Seattle keeps growing, it faces the question of how to keep growing. Sprawl outward, with more suburbs and dista [more]
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Seattle’s 6 Best Holiday Light Displays

Nov 27, 2017
West Seattle Lights Each year after Thanksgiving, a simple house in West Seattle becomes anything but simple. Jim W [more]
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Seattle’s Haunted Hotel

Oct 24, 2017
In the season of pumpkins, candy, and costumes, we looked into the creepier side of real estate, and we found the s [more]
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Ballard Farmer’s Market: Photo Essay!

Oct 01, 2017
Welcome to the Market The Ballard Farmers Market runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Sunday. The market goes year-rou [more]
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Pinball Wizard

Sep 27, 2017
Tucked away in the International District/Chinatown lies Seattle’s most interactive museum: The Seattle Pinba [more]
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Intersection or Hieroglyph?

Sep 01, 2017
Seattle’s streets—more specifically, Seattle’s intersections—are a little chaotic. Okay, very chaotic.  [more]
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Small-Town Outdoor Movie: This Friday!

Aug 07, 2017
One of my favorite parts about Seattle is that no matter how big or how fast it grows, this city still feels like a [more]
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How Will the Fast Ferry Affect Real Estate?

Jul 10, 2017
The new Bremerton fast ferry started today, and it could change the game for Seattle real estate. The trip across t [more]
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Seattle Breaks 122-Year-Old Rain Record

Apr 24, 2017
Sure, our city—which is already known for rain and grayness and Seasonal Affective Disorder—just broke a 122-year-o [more]
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Antique at 55

Mar 23, 2017
The Seattle Monorail turns 55 today, to much hoopla and reminiscing. It’s an iconic part of our city, even if [more]
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Why doesn’t “Capitol” Hill...

Mar 16, 2017
As I’m sure you all noticed, Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood doesn’t have a capitol. It’ [more]
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b’End Tunnel Walk

Mar 06, 2017
On Sunday, pedestrians replaced cars in a soon-to-disappear part of Seattle. The Battery Street Tunnel, located jus [more]
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