5 days ago

'Protect kids, not guns': Seattle students' walk out

"We do not want to make enemies," he said. Illa reminded fellow students to be back for 5th and 6th period classes because this part of their lives is important.

    'Protect kids, not guns': Seattle students' walk out
    Young people are leading the movement to limit gun violence in America. They left classes by the thousands in Seattle and other cities on Wednesday, gathering on playing fields from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, to Ingraham High School in Seattle.

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Mar 02

Are One Center City Multimodal Improvements on the Way?

Advisory Group’s recommended transit pathway on 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue with current 4th Ave corridor. (One Center City)

    Are One Center City Multimodal Improvements on the Way? " The Urbanist
    When the One Center City Advisory Board delivered its recommendation last September, we applauded the gains for transit priority and the Downtown Basic Bike Network. Five months later, not much else has happened.

Feb 27

This historic Tudor revival was designed by a woman in 1928

...won the prize ($100 in gold). Her home design was built using local materials at 836 West Etruria Street in Queen Anne. At the time, it was a big story, with then mayor-elect...

    This historic Tudor revival was designed by a woman in 1928
    Way back in the 1920s, developer J.L. Grandey teamed up with the Seattle Daily Times-now the Seattle Times-for a home-design contest to showcase the winning building materials of the Pacific Northwest. The event had a secondary goal, though: fresh off the heels of women getting the right to vote in the United States, Grandey wanted to showcase women's ideas for home-building.

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  • Construction permit

    Interior alterations to main level of an existing single family residence, subject to field inspection (STFI).

    918 W. Emerson St. Issued February 15, 2018 Comment

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Jan 24

Hidden layers of history uncovered by demolition of Rainier Square

Ochsner says that this comprehensive approach made sense, because the Metropolitan Tract represented a huge piece of downtown, encompassing “parts of six blocks from Seneca to Union, crossing University, and from the alley between Third and Fourth to the alley between Fifth and Sixth.”

This article has 2 other Seattle locations (Show)

...Ochsner says, and only one of these – the Cobb Building, on the northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and University Street – is still standing. The first three, known as the White-Henry-Stuart Building, were controversially...

...Henry-Stuart Building is clearly visible beneath the remaining sidewalk at the southeast corner of 4th Avenue and Union Street. The portion visible is a diagonal wall made of brick, roughly 15 feet wide and...

    Hidden layers of history uncovered by demolition of Rainier Square
    When the downtown Seattle shopping center from the 1970s known as Rainier Square was recently demolished, layers of the city's history that haven't been seen for decades were suddenly revealed. A Cold War relic under I-5 But these pieces of the past will all soon disappear again.

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