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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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Of Gals and Homes: Bungalows

Aug 24, 2017
Bungalows had their heyday in the early 20th century, but they recently experienced a surge in popularity. Bungalow [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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$2,000,000 for Our Neighborhoods

Feb 10, 2017
In March, project development teams in each district will evaluate ideas received based on need/impact/feasibility [more]
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How Racist Real Estate Shaped Seattle

Nov 08, 2016
We all know the “bad” neighborhoods. We all know the “rich” neighborhoods. So, too, did 193 [more]
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Esker: A Greener Seattle, One Building at a ...

Aug 04, 2016
Amid all of Seattle’s new development, I’m particularly excited about Esker, an seven-story, mixed-use building tha [more]
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West Seattle’s FREE Outdoor Movies

Jul 11, 2016
I love summer. The parks fill up with families, people look for excuses to spend lunchbreaks outside, brave kids sw [more]
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How Far Do Your Real Estate Dollars Go?

Jul 11, 2016
Home prices keeps rising. In fact, Washington State home prices are rising faster than in any other state in the Un [more]
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A log cabin on the Seattle frontier

Jun 30, 2016
Seattle’s frontier has a log cabin built of stout Ponderosa pine logs, surrounded by a warm cedar deck. It [more]
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Fremont Solstice Parade

Jun 16, 2016
One of our city’s most eclectic traditions happens this Saturday: the Fremont Solstice Parade and its naked b [more]
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Seattle’s Floating Stadium

May 31, 2016
People know Seattle for the Space Needle. That, and all the water. Puget Sound, Lake Union, Lake Washington. Rain. [more]
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