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Is Pike-Pine becoming Belltown? Are artists getting priced-out? Where is the center of gay culture in Seattle? The Hill wrestles with the complexities of change.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
A major makeover transforms Bainbridge Island's town center - in a really cool way.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
Book City: Miller has been an institution in the Seattle book business for 35 years. His picks for the best of the best in design, architecture and good reading.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
At a Town Hall gathering, Seattle's mayoral candidates all spoke about their love of the arts. What's new?READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
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Contemporary urban planning pros often ignore the naturally-occurring spontaneity of city life.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
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A Phinney Ridge restaurant serves the kind of food you'd find in Thailand. With too few immigrants to provide the clientele, the most obvious target market may be hipsters. And anyone willing to live a little.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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