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To Keep a Tenant

Apr 27, 2017
Moving sucks. It’s usually worth it, but I won’t sugarcoat the hassle of packing everything you own into boxes, loa [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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NASA-approved Houseplants for Fresher Air: P...

Apr 18, 2017
  Part Two of our Houseplants for Fresher Air guide, based on NASA’s studies and recommendations. The best hou [more]
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NASA-approved Houseplants for Fresher Air: P...

Apr 10, 2017
Part One of our Houseplants for Fresher Air guide, based on NASA’s studies and recommendations. The best houseplant [more]
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Stump Sweet Stump

Mar 30, 2017
We grow ’em big out here—trees, that is. We’ve all seen the Pacific Northwest’s giant evergreens [more]
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Are You Overpaying for Electricity This Year...

Mar 23, 2017
Higher-than-normal electric bill? Seattle City Light may have overcharged you. Yes, it’s been cold, and true, [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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Rents: Seattle v. Greater Seattle

Feb 27, 2017
We’ve been hearing a lot lately about how high Seattle’s rents are. Fifth-highest among the U.S.’ [more]
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Seattle and Our Presidents

Feb 20, 2017
Seattle is making national headlines almost daily as “the epicenter of resistance to Trump’s Agenda.” O [more]
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5 Tax Deductions of Home-Ownership

Feb 14, 2017
We’ve entered tax season. I, for one, would rather have Round Two of the Holidays. But around this time each year, [more]
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