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South Seattle Neighbors Sound Off: Fireworks in the ‘Hood

South Seattle Neighbors Sound Off: Fireworks in the ‘Hood

What do you think? Are the homegrown fireworks displays fun and patriotic, just an annoyance or worse? DIANE CHARMLEY: I live on Rainier Avenue in the 8200 block and we are still hearing fireworks going off, especially on weekends. Sometimes it’s hard to know if it’s gun shots or fireworks. […]

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South Seattle History: Memories of Chubby & Tubby

South Seattle History: Memories of Chubby & Tubby

Founded in 1946, Chubby & Tubby grew into a Seattle institution, with three locations offering bargains in hardware, housewares, and garden supplies. Their famous Christmas trees sold for 97 cents in the early years and were still a bargain at the time the business closed in 2003. We asked readers […]

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South-End Seafair: Love It or Hate It?

South-End Seafair: Love It or Hate It?

“He Said/She Said” highlights some of the most vigorous civil debates that have ever taken place in the Go: South Seattle comment section. GO: South Seattle does not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed. For one three-day weekend each August, thousands of revelers descend on the Rainier Valley to celebrate Seafair […]

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South Seattle Neighbors Sound Off: Fireworks in the ‘Hood

South Seattle Neighbors Sound Off: Fireworks in the ‘Hood

What do you think? Are the homegrown fireworks displays fun and patriotic, just an annoyance or worse? Tiffany: HATE the illegal fireworks. I’m a bit of a pyrophobe when it comes to uncontrolled explosives in the hands of halfwits. I’m the person watering down the lawn and hoping the house […]

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Does SE Seattle Need More Off-Leash Dog Parks?

Does SE Seattle Need More Off-Leash Dog Parks?

“He Said/She Said” highlights some of the most vigorous civil debates that take place in the Go: South Seattle Comment section. The dialogue that occurs here between friends, neighbors and engaged citizens is one of the features that makes Go: South Seattle such a valuable community resource. Go: South Seattle […]

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He Said/She Said: Rainier Ave Road Diet

He Said/She Said: Rainier Ave Road Diet

“He Said/She Said” highlights some of the most vigorous civil debates that take place in the Go: South Seattle Comment section. The dialogue that occurs here between friends, neighbors and engaged citizens is one of the features that makes Go: South Seattle such a valuable community resource. Go: South Seattle […]

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Neighbors Tired of South-End Speedways, Want Safer Streets

Neighbors Tired of South-End Speedways, Want Safer Streets

“He Said/She Said” highlights some of the most vigorous civil debates that take place in the Go: South Seattle Comment section. The dialogue that occurs here between friends, neighbors and engaged citizens is one of the features that makes GSS such a valuable community resource. GSS does not necessarily endorse […]

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He Said/She Said: Do We Need a New Agency to Maintain Local Parks?

He Said/She Said: Do We Need a New Agency to Maintain Local Parks?

“He Said/She Said” highlights some of the most vigorous civil debates that take place in Go: South Seattle’s Comment section. The dialogue that occurs here between friends, neighbors and engaged citizens is one of the features that makes GSS such a valuable community resource. GSS does not necessarily endorse the […]

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He Said/She Said: New Mountain Bike Park at Cheasty Greenspace

He Said/She Said: New Mountain Bike Park at Cheasty Greenspace

“He Said/She Said” highlights some of the most vigorous civil debates that take place in the RVP’s Comment section. The dialogue that occurs here between friends, neighbors and engaged citizens is one of the features that makes your RVP such a valuable community resource. Your RVP does not necessarily endorse […]

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He Said/She Said: Rezoning North Rainier/Mt. Baker

He Said/She Said: Rezoning North Rainier/Mt. Baker

“He Said/She Said” highlights some of the most vigorous civil debates that take place in Go: South Seattle’s Comment section. The dialogue that occurs here between friends, neighbors and engaged citizens is one of the features that makes GSS such a valuable community resource. GSS does not necessarily endorse the […]

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