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  • Fueling the debate
    Gov. Jay Inslee is calling on the federal government and rail companies to improve the safety of trains transporting a volatile crude oil through Washington state after a preliminary state report showed the need for more funding and transparency.
  • AMONG THE ANIMALS | Helping animals internationally
    In comparison to much of the world, Seattle’s safety net for companion animals is world-class. Rescue and adoption groups work tirelessly to find homes for thousands of pets every year and animal-rights groups fight for the less-protected farm animals and captive wildlife.
  • BEHIND THE CURTAIN | The Wing presents nation’s only Bruce Lee exhibit
    Personal letters, handwritten poems, photos, movie memorabilia, training equipment and more bring a rare insight to martial-arts legend Bruce Lee in the “Do You Know Bruce?” exhibit at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience.
  • NORTHWEST READS | ‘Temple Grove’ gets NW ambiance right
    For those of us born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, it can be easy to forget about the mysteries and contradictions inherent to this part of the country.
    
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  • Four Northwest Seattle community councils are sponsoring an election forum on Tuesday, Oct. 21, for residents of Greenwood, Broadview, Green Lake and Phinney Ridge. 
  • Sand Point Arts and Cultural (SPACE) invites the public to a grand-opening reception on Sunday, Oct. 26, from 4 to 6 p.m., featuring a special exhibit of artworks on loan from the City of Seattle’s Portable Works collection. 
  • While the current possibility of religious extremists striking close to home hasn’t instilled fear in people’s minds, the Ebola virus has. 
  • Seattle Parks and Recreation will shut off the lights at most outdoor, lighted tennis courts for the winter on Nov. 3. This is to save energy during the months when few people play tennis outside. 
  • More than 70 patient-care organizations will be on hand for Remote Area Medical (RAM), a free health-care clinic for people in need, taking place at KeyArena from Thursday, Oct. 23, through Sunday, Oct. 26. 
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