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  • Jayapal on first 100 days
    Washington 7th Congressional District Rep. Pramila Jayapal shares the challenges she's facing in Washington, D.C., what gives her hope and where she's been focusing her energy over the first 100 days.
  • Pride fight marches on
    The fate of several Seattle event requests that could have negative impacts for the city and Capitol Hill businesses during Pride Month remains in limbo following a Friday Special Events Committee meeting.
  • Central leaves the station
    Members of Central Co-op gathered at Washington Hall on Sunday afternoon for the annual owner meeting to discuss and make crucial decisions for the co-op’s future, learning there that expanding to complement Capitol Hill light rail wasn’t in the cards.
  • Seventh Art Stand series spotlights countries affected by travel ban
    The Seventh Art Stand is a new film series launching across the nation in May that features films from and about the countries being affected by the Trump administration’s travel ban. Northwest Film Forum is one of the three lead organizers and is hosting the Seattle series with the Seattle International Film Festival.
  • Seattle First Presbyterian Church finds new purpose
    Seattle First Presbyterian Church has seen a decline in its congregation as the property remains primed for redevelopment. In the interim, the church has found a new purpose through a partnership with Compass Housing Alliance to create a 24/7 homelessness shelter for people wanting to transition to permanent housing.
    
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  • Jayapal on first 100 days
    Washington 7th Congressional District Rep. Pramila Jayapal shares the challenges she's facing in Washington, D.C., what gives her hope and where she's been focusing her energy over the first 100 days.
  • What is Love?

    Capitol Hill businesses SugarPill and Substantial teamed up earlier this year to create the Love is Action campaign, offering open-source designs for civic action.
    Now the neighborhood community council, chamber of commerce and First Covenant Church Seattle have co-opted the Love is Action message to build awareness and support in the community.

  • Assessor: Why property taxes are going up
    It’s that time of year again: property tax statements have recently come out from King County. Taxes are going up, and it’s important to understand why, and it’s also important that we begin discussing some of the problems that are emerging with our property tax system.
  • Burglar hits Phoenix Comics in overnight smash-and-grab

    Phoenix Comics on Broadway was the victim of an overnight burglary on Friday, but plans to remain open today.
    The comics and games shop shared a photo of the smashed front door glass on Twitter around 5:30 a.m. Friday, later sharing the burglar had targeted its Magic the Gathering products in the front case.


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