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Washingtonians Encouraged to Send Messages to the Future

Washingtonians Encouraged to Send Messages to the Future

Messages will be microfilmed and sealed in the Time Capsule until its 2389 opening, 500 years after Washington reached statehood in 1889.

Don’t Get Duped Buying Show Tickets This Holiday Season!

It’s that most wonderful time of the year when people are making plans and choosing what to do and see when family comes to town for the holidays.

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Pixelkin: Re-Interpreting Family Dynamics Through Gaming

The original idea for Pixelkin, which started a little over a year ago, was to be a place for parents of teenagers to visit and get information and advice.

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The Burlesque Nutcracker is Back for Its Ninth Season

A spectacle of ecdysiast pageantry, Land Of The Sweets has delighted holiday revelers since 2006 by giving the Nutcracker ballet a bawdy makeover.

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Anton Chekhov’s ‘The Three Sisters’ at ACT Theatre

Chekhov’s The Three Sisters is a timeless play speaking passionately to a contemporary American audience who find themselves asking great moral questions.

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Amanda Knox Gives Journalism Another Shot Post-Murder Trial

West Seattle native Amanda Knox has taken up the task of freelancing for the West Seattle Herald.

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City Celebrates Transit Passage, New Bus Service Agreement

Murray, Dow Constantine and Tom Rasmussen announced the framework of an agreement on transit funding and service delivery between Seattle and King County.

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Online Verification Decreases Realtor Face-to-Face Risk

Seattle’s Lynn Robertson has designed SecureShow to help keep real estate industry professionals safe when they go on blind, face-to-face meetings.

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Seattle Men’s Chorus Welcomes Linda Eder Opening Weekend

For the third consecutive year, Seattle Men’s Chorus will partner with Lifelong for a Holiday Food Drive during the Seattle concerts at Benaroya Hall.

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More than 18,000 K-12 Students Cast Votes in Mock Election

More than 18,000 K-12 students have indicated via this week’s Student Mock Election what they think of the three initiatives on the statewide ballot.

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