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Lee, Hagen, and Tao Shine in Prokofiev Fest’s First Night at Seattle Symphony

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Cover image: pianist Nathan Lee (Photo: Matt Dine) Festivals highlighting a particular composer often...


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Power Outage Affecting 12,900 Customers in Parts of Ballard, Magnolia, and Queen Anne

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Seattle City Light crews are working to restore power to about12,900 customers in parts of Ballard,...


Nothing off limits: Even Capitol Hill’s “mystery” pop machine had to raise prices to keep up with Seattle

Nothing off limits: Even Capitol Hill’s “mystery” pop machine had to raise prices to keep up with Seattle

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The vintage drink dispenser, which has been spitting out random cans with no known source of ownership...


Of Seattle tunnels and ‘ghost Jaguars’: Sense makes a little comeback

Of Seattle tunnels and ‘ghost Jaguars’: Sense makes a little comeback

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Two stories this week about Seattle bureaucratic craziness and dysfunction got unexpected responses.


Ex-treasurer charged with stealing from King County corrections officers’ union

Ex-treasurer charged with stealing from King County corrections officers’ union

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Mike Music, a veteran corrections officer, is accused of embezzling $1,300 in guild funds. But that...


Seattle’s Nordic Heritage Museum moves historic boat to new Nordic Museum

Seattle’s Nordic Heritage Museum moves historic boat to new Nordic Museum

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The 1800s-era Nordic Spirit was moved this week from the now-closed Nordic Heritage Museum in Seattle...


Two WA Democrats on Time magazine cover for being part of female-run, rebuke of Trump

Two WA Democrats on Time magazine cover for being part of female-run, rebuke of Trump

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Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and congressional candidate Kim Schrier are among about 50 women on the magazine's...


Washington’s coast battered by major waves, flooding

Washington’s coast battered by major waves, flooding

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The National Weather Service recorded waves more than 30 feet tall near Aberdeen and near the mouth...


Washington Gov. Inslee signs capital budget, water bill

Washington Gov. Inslee signs capital budget, water bill

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Gov. Jay Inslee signed the so-called Hirst water fix privately in his office, followed by public signings...


How Many Women Sit on the Board of Major Seattle Companies?

How Many Women Sit on the Board of Major Seattle Companies?

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Sigh—the numbers are kind of pathetic.


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Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks proposals for seasonal food service, recreational activities, and fitness concessions

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Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) is seeking proposals for seasonal partners to operate food service,...


Patti Payne\'s Cool Pads: Historic Whidbey Island estate listed for $6.25M

Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Historic Whidbey Island estate listed for $6.25M

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Jim and Deborah Heg fell in love with 21 acres on the west side of Whidbey Island, on Admiralty Inlet,...


After surgery in the womb, a baby kicks up hope

After surgery in the womb, a baby kicks up hope

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A baby who had experimental surgery as a fetus is born with fewer complications than expected, to the...


What eats what: a Landlubber’s guide to deep sea dining

What eats what: a Landlubber’s guide to deep sea dining

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Learning about the curious food chain in the deep sea.


This week’s passages

This week’s passages

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A roundup of notable obituaries from the week ending Jan. 19