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  • Dorothy's Piano Bar and Cabaret looking for permanent home on Hill
    Dorothy's Piano Bar and Cabaret has been popping up in Capitol Hill for more than a year now, and owner John Lehrack is looking for a permanent location where he can tune into the neighborhood.
  • Design Commission passes WSCC Addition benefits package

    The $1.6 billion Washington State Convention Center Addition’s public benefits package narrowly passed the Seattle Design Commission on Thursday.
    All totaled the public benefit value of the $92 million in proposed WSCC contributions was $58.25 million, with $36.5 million coming from several projects secured by the Community Package Coalition

  • Charleena Lyles' family, I-940 advocates respond to Force Review Board report
    De-Escalate Washington advocates and family members of Charleena Lyles on Friday said reports that a Seattle Police Department’s Force Review Board found the shooting death of the mother of four in June was within policy is another example for why those policies need to change.
  • Q&A
    While tales of local business closures abound, not every story has a sad ending.
  • Making juvenile justice a matter of public health
    Thanks to a new executive order signed Thursday, King County will begin looking at juvenile justice through a public health lens.
    
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  • Design Commission passes WSCC Addition benefits package

    The $1.6 billion Washington State Convention Center Addition’s public benefits package narrowly passed the Seattle Design Commission on Thursday.
    All totaled the public benefit value of the $92 million in proposed WSCC contributions was $58.25 million, with $36.5 million coming from several projects secured by the Community Package Coalition


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