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  • Barroom bud?
    Working with Seattle City Councilmember Nick Licata, the city attorney has drafted legislation that would create a new category of business in Seattle. Under the proposed regulation, legal marijuana lounges would be similar to bars that serve alcohol.
  • FOOD MATTERS | Getting ready for spring
    The restaurant biz is tough (long hours, physically demanding) but rewarding (happy and well-fed customers, more psychic than financial satisfaction). Which explains why, time and again, a place fails despite a good location, closes even though it looks full every night.
  • Tiny Trees takes preschool outdoors
    By the time 2-year-old Charlie enters kindergarten, she could have her parents $57,000 in debt. Her parents found that quality preschools could cost upward of $19,000 per year, more than a year of tuition at the University of Washington. Their story inspired a close friend to create Tiny Trees.
  • Traveling revue to put audiences ‘In the Mood’

    Swing dance and popular big-band tunes of the ‘40s will take audiences back in time, at Artbeat’s “In the Mood,” a revue at Benaroya Hall on March 7.

  • BEHIND THE CURTAIN | Festival brings improv from all over the world
    An improvised boxing match, burlesque, a horror movie, a camp show and some silent clowning are all part of this year’s Seattle Festival of Improv Theater.
    
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  • Tiny Trees takes preschool outdoors
    By the time 2-year-old Charlie enters kindergarten, she could have her parents $57,000 in debt. Her parents found that quality preschools could cost upward of $19,000 per year, more than a year of tuition at the University of Washington. Their story inspired a close friend to create Tiny Trees. 
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