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Thousands came out for the celebration.
Thousands came out for the celebration.
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 10:13 AM
On July 4, 1917, the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks opened to thousands of spectators.
  • Ballard Locks celebrate 100 years
    On July 4, 1917, the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks opened to thousands of spectators.
  • A friend of mine recently confessed that she had been driving down a familiar road and suddenly didn’t know where she was. It only lasted a second, but she was clearly unsettled by the experience.
  • Law panel addresses issues of growing older in GLBT community
    When Lisa Brodoff first started her law career at age 25 working with seniors, her clients often looked over her shoulder to see where the real attorney might be.
  • A plug for urban poultry
    If you are already growing your own fruits and vegetables and reaping the benefits, how about taking it a step (or a peck) further?
  • Stretching the 'imaginative capacity' with improv music
    The Seattle Improvised Music Festival (SIMF) runs from Wednesday, Feb. 8, through Feb. 11 at the Chapel Performance Space at the Good Shepherd Center in Wallingford, but you can get a head start on it by attending the SIMF benefit, “One Minute Solos,” on Thursday, Feb. 2.
  • History is intriguing because 10 people can tell the history of something and all of them can tell it a different way and all of them believe their version. Black history in America is even more daunting because we need to go back and add our story into a story the public already believes it knows.
  • History is intriguing because 10 people can tell the history of something and all of them can tell it a different way and all of them believe their version. Black history in America is even more daunting because we need to go back and add our story into a story the public already believes it knows.
  • Battle lines being drawn:
    Mandy McKay loves to talk about her wedding. She was married last August, in an outdoor ceremony at the Wine & Roses Country Estate in Auburn, Wash...
  • Battle lines being drawn:
    Mandy McKay loves to talk about her wedding. She was married last August, in an outdoor ceremony at the Wine & Roses Country Estate in Auburn, Wash... 
  • Seattle is fortunate: Forbes Magazine predicted we would have a strong, early recovery from the recession, and it looks like Forbes was right. The magazine also forecast the recovery would be sustained for a number of years due in part to our strong jobs market.
  • Seattle is fortunate: Forbes Magazine predicted we would have a strong, early recovery from the recession, and it looks like Forbes was right. The magazine also forecast the recovery would be sustained for a number of years due in part to our strong jobs market.
  • This month, two state senators — Jim Kastama of Puyallup and Margaret Haugen of Camano Island — committed to supporting the marriage-equality bill now in the state Legislature. That brought to 25, the minimum needed to pass, the number of senators who have publicly committed to supporting the bill.
  • This month, two state senators — Jim Kastama of Puyallup and Margaret Haugen of Camano Island — committed to supporting the marriage-equality bill now in the state Legislature. That brought to 25, the minimum needed to pass, the number of senators who have publicly committed to supporting the bill.
  • Church sale to redeem good karma for Rick's Nightclub auctioneer

    Last year, Northwest Auctions partner Paul Thomas auctioned off Rick’s Nightclub in the Lake City neighborhood. This year, he hopes to balance the scale by auctioning off a partially built church on Wednesday, Feb. 1. 

  • Church sale to redeem good karma for Rick's Nightclub auctioneer

    Last year, Northwest Auctions partner Paul Thomas auctioned off Rick’s Nightclub in the Lake City neighborhood. This year, he hopes to balance the scale by auctioning off a partially built church on Wednesday, Feb. 1. 

  • Seattle will celebrate its 18th-annual Neighbor Appreciation Day, a day to reach out to neighbors, create new friends and express thanks to those who help make your neighborhood a great place to live. 

  • Seattle will celebrate its 18th-annual Neighbor Appreciation Day.

  • Washington Public Market now open in Snohomish

    The Washington Public Market and Wine Cellars has opened in Snohomish, providing yet another good reason to visit this charming, old city on the river.

  • February is American Heart Month, and while many people will talk about heart disease and stroke, there are other heart conditions that people may not even know they have. 

  • February is American Heart Month, and while many people will talk about heart disease and stroke, there are other heart conditions that people may not even know they have. 

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