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Robert McGinley combines cyberpunk, myth and rock in 'Danger Diva'
“Danger Diva” premieres Thursday, April 13, in a special multimedia show at the Egyptian Theatre, sponsored by SIFF. The film will be followed by a live show from the band Thunderpussy.
Local artist Season Yoshida to be featured at Japanese Garden
Bellevue artist Season Yoshida will see her exhibit “Ichi-go Ichi-e” featured at the Seattle Japanese Garden.
2017 tax tips for homeowners
Homeownership used to be thought of as “the American Dream.” But 2016 saw the lowest rate of homeownership since 1965.
Understanding the lace bug invasion
Have the glossy green leaves of your azalea acquired green or white speckles? Living in the Pacific Northwest, this unasked-for leaf variegation may likely be due to the azalea lace bug.
Just a bite of food news
Sunday nights at Luc, 2800 E. Madison, the menu offers a special dish, coq au vin, chicken braised in red wine. And the complimentary carafe of wine that accompanies it, one assumes, is the Côte du Rhône.
Back pain defined
Back pain is troubling and often mysterious, showing up without any traumatic incident. Fortunately, most back pain is not serious and can heal without injections or surgery.
Madison BRT — now RapidRide G — opens up next phase of public comment
The second open house for the Madison BRT project will be held 5:30-7:30 p.m. tonight at First African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1522 14th Avenue on Capitol Hill.
Seattle's Rental Regulations: A guide for landlords
The Seattle City Council likely would have enacted rent control long ago, if it weren’t for the state prohibition. But that doesn’t mean they’ve resigned themselves to sitting on the sidelines while lower-income renters get pummeled.
Flat feet to the rescue
We pre-20-year-olds were just getting into enjoying the summer scene in Madison Park in 1957 — the singles haven of Seattle. However, the knowledge that the draft was imminent severely dampened our joy.
The Northwest's deciduous giant
The native Bigleaf Maple is everywhere in our parks and forests, along old roads where it holds its own with Alders, Douglas Firs, Cedar and Hemlocks. It is a staple to the eco system of the Pacific Northwest forests.
CARTOON: Launching a career
Milt Priggee is an award-winning syndicated cartoonist. His work can be found at
Ethical concerns over single family residential development in Madison Valley
Seattle’s robust economy and strong demand for housing are changing our neighborhoods.
A new culture for the Trump age
So with the national (and global) mood taking such a swift, sudden turn, what will be "on the rise" or "approaching demise?"
An Unholy Alliance?: Speak Out Seattle yells
In order to broaden their appeal, leaders of the Neighborhood Safety Alliance recently formed
Speak Out Seattle (SOS), a new coalition of Seattle “residents, business owners and community groups,” to fight legalizing homeless camping, oppose legalized drug-consumption and treatment sites, and demand as many as 300 new police officers by the end of the year.
Vitality is a participation sport
Possessing vitality and feeling well are participation sports.
Airport Lawyer connects travelers with legal help
A new web application started in Seattle that connects attorneys with immigrants and refugees coming into the United States remains a highly used resource.
McGilvra community inspired to take action
Seattle and our own McGilvra community are experiencing a resurgence of local action and advocacy for positive change.
The safety of enemies
Mayor Murray's dramatic declaration that he will sue the federal government for any information they don't hand over about President Trump's immigration orders sounds good -- but it's the legal equivalent of promising to check out a library book.
Madison Valley Community Council seeks writers for new blog
To accompany its new website, the Madison Valley Community Council is looking for writers to blog about Madison Valley.
As Madison BRT hits next design milestone, residents beg and bargain over bus stop locations
Residents of the Madison Parkview Condominium building have collected more than 120 signatures on a petition urging the Transportation Department to relocate a proposed rapid transit bus stop outside their building.
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