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Plate of Nations 2017 Urges Diners to Stand Up and Eat!

Plate of Nations 2017 Urges Diners to Stand Up and Eat!

From the MLK Business Association: In a time of uncertainty for our ethnic and immigrant neighbors, 7th Annual Plate of Nations urges vote of support with forks, fingers, and chopsticks March 24 – April 9th, 2017. Recent events in our country have shone a light on our ethnic and immigrant neighbors, […]

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2/10: Oliver Mtukudzi & the Black Spirits in Columbia City

2/10: Oliver Mtukudzi & the Black Spirits in Columbia City

From Columbia City Theater: Dr. Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi and the Black Spirits February 10, 2017 7pm doors – 8pm show $40 general seating – $70 VIP Buy tickets now! Dr. Oliver Mtukudzi is a Zimbabwean musician, songwriter, philanthropist, human rights activist and a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for the Southern African […]

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Cathy Moore for KC Superior Court: “Exceptionally Well-Qualified”

Cathy Moore for KC Superior Court: “Exceptionally Well-Qualified”

From Cathy Moore for Judge: For too many, the promise of “justice for all” is out of reach. I am running for King County Superior Court to change that. With 20 years of experience working to remove barriers to justice in the legal system and community, I know how important […]

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Sub-Bids Requested for New Rainier Avenue Building

Sub-Bids Requested for New Rainier Avenue Building

From Walsh Construction Co.: SUB-BIDS REQUESTED: (All Trades Except MEP) ESTELLE HOUSING: 3501 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98144 Owner: Downtown Emergency Service Center CONSTRUCTION START: Winter 2016 Bid Date: September 23rd, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. WMBE / SECTION 3: WCC strongly encourages participation of Women and Minority Business Enterprises […]

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Othello North Seeks Retail/Eatery for New South Seattle Development

Othello North Seeks Retail/Eatery for New South Seattle Development

From Ewing & Clark, Inc.: An exciting restaurant/retail opportunity is coming available in the new Othello Station North (4200 S. Othello St.) project currently underway directly adjacent to the Othello light rail station. The building will have 359 residential units when completed.  The Landlord is seeking restaurant & retail users […]

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SUN: South Seattle Celebrates Othello Park Music & Arts Festival

SUN: South Seattle Celebrates Othello Park Music & Arts Festival

From the Othello Park International Music and Arts Festival: The neighborhood of Othello, located on southeast Seattle’s LINK light rail line, invites the community to its annual Othello Park International Music and Arts Festival on August 14 from noon to 6 pm. Admission is free. Southeast Seattle’s diverse cultural communities, including East […]

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Seattle’s Affordability Crisis Worsened By Fees, Regulations

Seattle’s Affordability Crisis Worsened By Fees, Regulations

By Ray Akers, Realtor Seattle is now the 18th largest city in the U.S., and growing. Demand is driving the cost of housing higher, resulting in record-high rents and soaring home prices. Since World War II, the median home price has been approximately three times the median household income. In […]

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SAT: Rainier Beach Arts & Music (BAAM) Fest

SAT: Rainier Beach Arts & Music (BAAM) Fest

From Rainier Beach Merchants Association: Rainier Beach Arts & Music (BAAM) Fest “Our Story” Tells It Like It Is Saturday, July 23rd Culturally Inclusive Spoken Word, Storytelling, Visual Art, Dance, & Music Take Center Stage Our story in Rainier Valley is one of deep cultural and social complexity, of powerful youth, […]

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South Seattle: Do You Know Where Your Water Comes From?

South Seattle: Do You Know Where Your Water Comes From?

From Seattle Public Utilities & Cedar River Watershed Education Center: When you turn on your faucet, do you know where your water comes from? For the greater Seattle area, clean, clear mountain rivers flow into two reservoirs, providing 1.3 million people with their drinking water. These reservoirs are contained within […]

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South Seattle Home Prices Vary Greatly by Neighborhood

By Ray Akers, licensed Realtor with Akers & Cargill: In a dramatic turn-around since the Great Recession ended in 2009, more than 91 percent of homes in the United States now have positive equity with one million homeowners regaining equity in their homes in 2015, according to CoreLogic’s latest Equity […]

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