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A party house in Shoreline served as a home base for a community of hippies. It was also, according to multiple alleged victims, the scene of numerous rapes.
The companies clean out their closets and the costume crowd lines up.
The flaky contractors, seismic retrofits, and tech money behind Seattle’s shoestring eateries.
The 1% For Art program has turned our light rail stations into museums.
“We come here to have fun, to be united. This is a gathering place. We just cannot afford to stay home. I’m not going to change my behavior.”
Some experts are dubious of claims that Airbnb is driving up rent in Seattle.
Shedding its Superfund stigma, the Seattle river is becoming a place of relaxation and recreation.