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Category Archives: Gals in the Neighborhood

The 11 Best Christmas Lights in Seattle ...

Dec 10, 2018
It's that wonderful time of year again! Experience the Holiday spirit with sparkling lights in and Seattle and beyo [more]
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Paine Field Is Pretty (Great)

Dec 06, 2018
Paine Field in Everett will gain a new, beautiful passenger airport on March 31, 2019. It's a tiny two-gate, public [more]
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West Seattle’s Flower Houses

Nov 10, 2018
Talk about unique curb appeal. The Flower Houses are a local gem here in West Seattle, where they bring life and ch [more]
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Day of the Dead Becomes Semi-Permanent in Se...

Oct 30, 2018
I saw this art project the other day and had to investigate. A boring stretch of road in the South Park neighborhoo [more]
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Smith Tower: How to Lose Money

Oct 25, 2018
After a fresh round of 2015 renovations, Unico Properties is selling. Three years was long enough, evidently. The n [more]
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SODO Murals for the PEOPLE (on light rail)

Sep 14, 2018
You might never notice Seattle’s newest record-setting art installation—not unless you ride light rail, that [more]
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The Doggy Food Trucks

Sep 03, 2018
Life can be hard for urban dogs. No yard, constant noise, sprawling sidewalks and asphalt. But the one-of-kind Seat [more]
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The Fight to Save The Showbox

Aug 10, 2018
Unless something changes, The Showbox will be demolished and replaced with a $100 million, 44-story apartment build [more]
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Battle of the Bonfires 2018: Alki Beach v. G...

Apr 24, 2018
Summer showed up early this year, and it’s time for the perfect beach bonfire. But where to do it? In Seattle [more]
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Japan in Seattle

Mar 28, 2018
Two Japanese Gardens are tucked away in Seattle—islands of tranquility amid the city’s bustle and development. Thei [more]
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On April 8, You Can Bike the Viaduct

Mar 27, 2018
The Cascade Bicycle Club offers everyone a chance to ride a bicycle on the Alaskan Way Viaduct in either the 3-mile [more]
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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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