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Category Archives: Seattle Life and Culture

The Wedgwood Rock

Oct 18, 2021
The Wedgwood Rock isn’t exactly a neighborhood gem; the 700-ton rock is too literal for that, too impossibly placed [more]
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Pianos in the Parks: 2021

Aug 30, 2021
We’ve written about Pianos in the Parks almost annually since the event debuted back in 2014. COVID-19 derail [more]
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10 Free Spray Parks for a Hot Seattle Summer

Aug 15, 2021
This summer’s heat waves have been making life difficult for everyone. Fortunately, there are spray parks to [more]
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Interesting Grocery Stores in Seattle

Jul 29, 2021
  One question that inevitably comes with a move is “where am I going to shop?” Specifically, “where am I goin [more]
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9 Ways to Keep Your House Cool Without Air C...

Jun 29, 2021
As cool evening air flows into your house on the ground floor, the warm air that's been trapped inside all day will [more]
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The Human Library

Jun 22, 2021
Each human "book" represents a type of person who might be unfamiliar to many, or is marginalized in some way. By “ [more]
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Seattle’s 1960s Fallout Shelter

Apr 26, 2021
If you’ve driven I-5 through North Seattle, you’ve passed above our city’s Cold War fallout shelter. The city [more]
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Unclaimed Property, or Free Money People For...

Mar 01, 2021
Most claims are between $25 and $100, and most of them belong to people who have moved, changed phone numbers, or o [more]
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Schitt’s Creek, Seattle

Jan 25, 2021
Seattle has its own Rosebud Motel—a small-scale homage to the beloved show Schitt’s Creek. In the Queen Anne [more]
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Seattle’s littlest art gallery is OPEN

Jan 17, 2021
There’s one art gallery the pandemic hasn’t shut down. In the Queen Anne neighborhood, at the corner of [more]
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Support small business this Holiday season: ...

Dec 08, 2020
Your wallet isn’t the only tool you have for supporting small businesses. Use your words! Authentic reviews from re [more]
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Where to Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

Dec 03, 2020
What better way to fight pandemic blues than with the smell of a real evergreen in your living room? These are five [more]
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