• Local officials preach progress at NSA meeting
    The boiled-over frustrations and jeers from the crowd that marked a pair of community meetings in January were noticeably absent on Wednesday night at the Seattle Children’s Theatre.  
  • Mayor kicks off HALA implementation

    Mayor Ed Murray hosted Livability Night Out last week at the Museum of History & Industry, starting a conversation concerning the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) for the city. 

     
  • In full swing
    From those who make up the community to the dancing itself, the music and the fashion and aesthetic of it all, Seattle’s vibrant swing-dancing community draws people for a variety of reasons.
  • STARLA SPEAKS | R. Hamilton Wright brings ‘managed confusion” to the stage
    R. Hamilton Wright never planned to be in theater. Little did he know he would not only act in plays and direct plays, but he would actually write them.
  • Chamber honors local businesses at annual awards
    Several neighborhood businesses were recognized for their community involvement last week, during the 10th-annual Greater Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce awards luncheon. 
    
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  • In typical May Day fashion, anti-capitalist/anti-law enforcement protesters waited until the end of a peaceful march earlier on Sunday before grabbing their spray paint and projectiles and hitting Westlake Center.

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