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  • Tree Talk: Strong as an oak
    Mighty oaks from tiny acorns grow, as the saying goes. And if you want proof of that, take a look at the three mature oaks that wrap around the southwest corner of the intersection of Madison Street and McGilvra Boulevard.
  • City Council takes feedback on proposed progressive income tax
    Once again, supporters of an income tax on Seattle’s wealthiest residents gathered in City Council chambers, calling for more revenue to combat homelessness and support other public amenities.
  • The Fremont Solstice Parade's floats are in danger
    The day before the parade, City Council members Lisa Herbold and Mike O’Brien made it public that the Fremont Arts Council would lose the Seattle Department of Transportation-owned storage space it currently uses to store the floats, due to area construction and its effect on the department’s need for parking.
  • Bjorn Wiinblad exhibit set to open at Nordic Heritage Museum
    The Nordic Heritage Museum in Ballard has announced it will open an exhibit celebrating the work of Bjorn Wiinblad, the Danish artist who introduced colorful flair into a designer culture that was, at the time, saturated in a functionalist aesthetic. 
  • Food Matters: Michael McGloin of Judkins Street Cafe takes over St. Clouds
    By training, McGloin is a Russian historian and former international journalist for Turner Broadcasting who first visited Seattle to cover the International Goodwill Games. He ended up working for Microsoft in program management and business development, then (like so many) he jumped off the corporate ship headfirst and into frontline community relations. He took over the Judkins Street Cafe in the heart of Seattle's Central District. 
    
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  • Bjorn Wiinblad exhibit set to open at Nordic Heritage Museum
    The Nordic Heritage Museum in Ballard has announced it will open an exhibit celebrating the work of Bjorn Wiinblad, the Danish artist who introduced colorful flair into a designer culture that was, at the time, saturated in a functionalist aesthetic. 
  • In April, Bertha, the world’s largest boring machine, finally broke through just west of Aurora, completing a 1.7-mile underground journey. However, the tunnel itself won’t be finished until 2019 -- four years from its original 2015 completion date.  



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