• Buskeresque Trio visits Bayview
    Three performers showed residents at Bayview Retirement Community how etchings are printed. They are not a musical threesome, but their show was entertaining to the dozen residents who attended.
  • Neighbors concerned about trespassing at former Children’s Home site
    Neighbors of the former Seattle Children’s Home didn’t love the design plans for the redevelopment of the historic site. But now they are more concerned about what’s happening within the boarded-up walls.
  • In search of a new home

    The unprecedented demand for office and retail space throughout Seattle has forced many nonprofit and government agencies to reassess their need for a desirable downtown address and centralized locations.

     
  • FOOD MATTERS | Popping up; going under
    You can’t blame the folks at Dyne.com for being a bit paranoid: They think (no, they know) they’re onto the Next Big Thing, and they’re only a couple of weeks away from launching a new version of their app so we can all sign up.
  • Charter schools about choice in education, parents say

    Maria Mirabueno knew that if she sent her eighth-grade daughter, Truth Taylor, to a public school next fall, Taylor might drop out of high school. So Mirabueno was overjoyed when she learned that public schools weren’t the only option.

    
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  • Charter schools about choice in education, parents say

    Maria Mirabueno knew that if she sent her eighth-grade daughter, Truth Taylor, to a public school next fall, Taylor might drop out of high school. So Mirabueno was overjoyed when she learned that public schools weren’t the only option.

     
  • It isn’t really my intent to write here only about beloved pieces of the cityscape that are going away. But darn it, there are so many of them, and they’re disappearing at such a rapid pace. 

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