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A slew of affordable (for Seattle) cocktails light up the eclectic drinks menu at the brand-new Stampede Cocktail Club. The Gin Old Fashioned (pictured) is a bitter, citrusy delight.
Photos by Ryan Murray A slew of affordable (for Seattle) cocktails light up the eclectic drinks menu at the brand-new Stampede Cocktail Club. The Gin Old Fashioned (pictured) is a bitter, citrusy delight.
Monday, June 4, 2018 1:11 PM
Out in Fremont for a late night? Not sure where you can get some dumplings, an inventive cocktail and an Instagram photo of a dinosaur head?
  • Tips for Creating the Perfect Home Office
    (StatePoint) With more people nationwide opting to create their own businesses or work for their employer remotely, the home office has become one of the most used spaces of the house, with many people spending more than eight hours a day in this room. If you’re one of these people, the kitchen table just won’t cut it if you’re looking to get serious and organized.
  • Officials blast Trump’s Title X gag rule
    State, Planned Parenthood exit federal family planning program
  • St. Demetrios delivers food, dance, culture through longtime festival
    St. Demetrios delivers food, dance, culture through longtime festival
  • Sawant proposes expanding tiny house villages citywide
    A push by Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant to significantly expand the number of tiny house villages in the city through a series of land-use code amendments could be taken up by the full council this fall.
  • Arboretum Foundation receiving grant for composting toilet
    New restroom facility to be located near Pacific Connections Garden
  • City selects buyer for Mercer Mega Block
    Alexandria plans life science campus, mixed-incomeapartment tower, South Lake Union community center
  • What to Know Before Any Home Project Involving Digging
    (StatePoint) When you look down at the ground you may not realize the millions of miles of buried utility infrastructure that keeps society clothed, fed, powered, connected, and a whole lot more. Unfortunately, many of us are on an out-of-sight, out-of-mind basis with the pipes, wires, and cables situated right under our feet, and this can have disastrous consequences when we try to dig without doing our homework first.
  • Put more gold in your foliage
    It is not uncommon to hear people say that once they become aware of something, examples of that, or similar things, start popping up all over. Last month I wrote about discovering gold in the fruit of a loquat tree in Madison Park. Suddenly, I was seeing gold everywhere — in fruit, flower and foliage. I felt like the leprechaun at rainbow’s end.
  • Group advocating restoration of Arboretum Creek watershed
    FOAC wants to reconnect Alder, Alley Creek to support watershed, improve sewer system capacity

    The Friends of Arboretum Creek group is seeking support for a grant request to fund preliminary designs for revitalizing Arboretum Creek, strengthening natural areas around Lake Washington and easing demand on the local sewer system.
  • Top Tips for Moving With a Pet
    (StatePoint) Your furball is part of the family, so if you’re like most, you don’t make major life decisions without thinking of your pet’s needs — including where you live and how you move into a new home.
  • How to Nail the Farmhouse Style in Your Interior Decorating
    (StatePoint) Farmhouse style is cozy, rustic, charming and eclectic. While creating the vibe in your own home is easy, according to home decorating experts, it requires some attention to detail.
  • Fort Lawton land-use petition a federal case
    Affordable housing redevelopment plan challenge moves to U.S. District Court for decision

    The City of Seattle has been granted approval to move a land-use petition filed by prolific Fort Lawton redevelopment opponent Elizabeth Campbell challenging affordable housing plans to U.S. District Court.
  • Committee keeps affordable housing in focus for Interbay armory redevelopment
    Future still dependent on National Guard relocation, recovering costs

    The Interbay Public Development Advisory Committee has provided private consultants with more guidance about what redevelopment strategy they want to see on the Washington National Guard’s Seattle armory site, and is now exploring whether light manufacturing and affordable housing can coexist on the 25-acre property.
  • Why you need to use a local Broker
    Buying a new home can be both exciting and stressful! There are so many decisions to make. How much home can you afford? What neighborhoods do you want to live in? Should you buy an existing home or new construction? With all the decisions to make, trying to find the perfect house to call home is getting more difficult especially with the increasing prices and low inventory. This is why you need to hire an experienced Realtor to help you achieve your real estate goals.
  • Your home can be both luxurious and eco-friendly. Here’s how…
    I’m a firm believer that your home can be both luxurious, comfortable and people, pet and environmentally friendly. If you’re thinking about remodeling or redecorating your home and are passionate about your family’s health, animals and the planet, it’s easy to take steps toward creating an environment within your home that aligns with your philosophy and lifestyle.
  • District looking at downtown site for new K-8 school

    Seattle Public Schools exploring potential with city to use surplus property to create new campus, public park

  • Seattle City Council eases accessory dwelling unit regulations
    Legislation expected to increase ADU construction, provide more affordable rental options in city
  • Classic Partnership

    KING FM CEO Brenda Barnes and outgoing Seattle Opera general director Aidan Lang worked together to reach a deal for the classical music station to lease space inside the new Seattle Opera Center.

  • Easy Guild Plantings for your Backyard
    The inspiration of summer gardening is upon us. Walk into just about any store and you’ll find an abundant array of plants to inspire your weekend activities. But if you’re like me, you may find that what you plant one summer doesn’t live long enough to make it to the next summer. We may forget to water (or forget to water enough). Once the novelty of summer wears off, we forget about the plants - they get covered up, stepped on or lawn-mowed over. Or maybe pests chomp them up before they have a chance to establish themselves
  • Sheltering Seattle’s Homeless Critters
    City animal shelter working with available space to provide rescue

    The Seattle Animal Shelter has been operating in the same Interbay facility since 1982. It has managed to operate there for nearly 40 years by being creative with its existing space, reducing its intake through education and spaying and neutering programs, loyal volunteers and a boost in private funding through the Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation.
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