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big book sale benefits seattle public library


about 100,000 items are for sale at the annual friends of the seattle public library book sale, which continues sunday in the seattle center exhibition hall from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.share storyby seattle times staffthe seattle timesseattle times staffcustom-curated news highlights, delivered weekday mornings.thanks for signing up!






seattle weather download


download download find out weather seattle for today and the next 5 days. find out hourly (morning, afternoon, night) - temperature- wind speed- humidity- pressureyou can change units of measurement in the settings. weather seattle, a simple and convenient app showing weather forecast for the city of seattle.






‘the red shoes’ leaps onto big screen at seattle art museum


“the red shoes” screens march 6 at seattle art museum.share storyby seattle times staffthe seattle times“why do you want to dance?” “why do you want to live?” michael powell’s glorious technicolor masterpiece “the red shoes” comes to the big screen, in 35mm, at seattle art museum for one night only on monday, march 6 — with powell’s widow, the oscar-winning film editor thelma schoonmaker, on hand for a q&a. schoonmaker will also present “the king of comedy,” one of the many martin scorsese films she has edited, on tuesday, march 7. both events are at 7:30 p.m. at sam’s plestcheeff auditorium, 1300 first ave.; tickets are $18 for both films or $10 for one. information: 206-654-3210 or seattleartmuseum.org.seattle times staffcustom-curated news highlights, delivered weekday mornings.thanks f






up to 3 feet of snow could slam cascades; seattle sees coldest 3 months in decad


in the coldest dec-feb in seattle since 1985 there were 56 days with below normal temps. number of days below normal apr-nov 2016, 58.#wawx— nws seattle (@nwsseattle) march 2, 2017






yo-yo competition at seattle center


the pacific northwest regional yo-yo championship, held at the seattle center since 2005, attracts top talent from the region and around the country.share storyby alan berner seattle times staff photographeralan berner custom-curated news highlights, delivered weekday mornings.thanks for signing up!






affordability: seattle’s weakness | the seattle times


i share jon talton’s hope that seattle’s downtown continues to thrive [“seattle’s downtown is thriving; let’s hope that continues,” feb. 19, business]. our density allows for vibrant cultural experiences that enrich us. we pride ourselves on our smaller carbon footprint, and look with judgment toward sprawling cities. but his comparison to phoenix shows a weakness that we urbanists need to confront.he concedes, “to be fair, single-family detached houses are affordable in metro phoenix. the catch: it’s a low-wage, back-office economy with few advanced industries and low levels of college-educated adults.”affordability is phoenix’s greatest asset and seattle’s greatest weakness. their jobs may not be sexy, but homeownership is realistic.say the word “suburbia” in a seattle bar and there’s no






go for a walk, and look past the cranes for glimpses of seattle history


local author david b. williams invites readers to put on their walking shoes and visit some seattle treasures in “seattle walks: discovering history and nature in the city.”lit life it’s easy for seattleites to forget, in our landscape of looming cranes and instant skyscrapers, that our town has a history. you whiz through the streets on a bus or a bicycle or in a car. the buildings become a blur and their very existence seems tentative — you can’t even remember the building that was there last week, the one that was demolished over the weekend.david b. williams’ mission is to help you find that history. it’s still there, in the nooks and crannies and corners of the city (though you might have to look up to find it).williams, a native seattleite, has made a career of writing about seattle,






1 boat sinks, 2 others damaged in seattle marina fire


the cause of the fire at shilshole marina is under investigation.one boat sank and two others were damaged after a fire broke out early saturday at seattle’s shilshole bay marina.seattle fire department responded to the marina’s m dock just after midnight and found a fire that had started on one boat, spread to a second, and endangering a third.the boats were not occupied. a firefighter suffered a minor back injury while using a hose and was taken to harborview medical center.port of seattle police are investigating the cause of the fire.






1 boat sinks, 2 others damaged in seattle marina fire


the cause of the fire at shilshole marina is under investigation.one boat sank and two others were damaged after a fire broke out early saturday at seattle’s shilshole bay marina.seattle fire department responded to the marina’s m dock just after midnight and found a fire that had started on one boat, spread to a second, and endangering a third.the boats were not occupied. a firefighter suffered a minor back injury while using a hose and was taken to harborview medical center.port of seattle police are investigating the cause of the fire.






seattle unicyclist, runner find perfect balance together


longtime friends, who both live in seattle, exercise along lake washington boulevard east.share storyby ken lambertseattle times staff photographerken lambert ken lambert is a staff photographer for the seattle times.custom-curated news highlights, delivered weekday mornings.thanks for signing up!






where is the best pho in seattle? a cookbook author comes to find out


pho connoisseur andrea nguyen comes to seattle to talk that beloved vietnamese soup and also to check out our pho game.goodness knows we have enough pho places these days. we can’t seem to get enough of them. (two of the most-read food stories in the seattle times last year were about pho: five best places for pho and our guide to pho.)recently, we caught up with andrea nguyen, author of “the pho cookbook,” ($22, ten speed press), the definitive account of  the vietnamese comfort food that has become as common in seattle as teriyaki joints. nguyen, an authority on vietnamese cooking, will be at the book larder in fremont “on 4/11 to give the 411 on pho,” she emailed.the author also wants to sample all the pho shops while trotting around seattle next week. where should she go? she wants you






seattle pooches of perfection | the seattle times


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clean up seattle: homeless-tent garbage


isn’t it absurd that in the same issue of the seattle times we have an editorial on the need for quicker action for affordable housing to aid in the homeless crisis  and an op-ed on a new arena?i brought a colleague up from the airport to drop him at his downtown seattle el. he asked what is happening here with all the tents and disgusting garbage. my answer was simple: you are viewing a city in major crisis mode with the homeless situation. this should be our priority to fix, not a new arena.john hargarten, seattle






taco truck serves highway lunch for stranded seattle drivers


seattle — a taco truck that became stranded in a massive seattle traffic jam came to the rescue of hungry drivers by opening up and serving lunch on the interstate.a tanker truck carrying propane rolled over on seattle's interstate 5 on monday morning, shutting area roads for about eight hours amid concerns about a hazardous materials spill.while waiting in the jam, rachel mcquade tells the seattle times (http://bit.ly/2ljsqug ) she spotted someone walking back to her car with a to-go box of food. she says she then headed over to the tacos el tajin truck herself and ordered two steak and two chicken tacos for her husband.el tajin owner thomas lopez tells the newspaper that he and his employees "are ready to serve food, everywhere."






4 don’t-miss classical events, march 24-31


events include seattle fringe festival, seattle symphony, the met: live in hd and seattle choral company.a selection of classical-music events:seattle fringe festival: the drunken tenortenor robert mcpherson, a seattle native, has sung with the metropolitan opera, lyric opera of chicago and english national opera. he’s back home in a slightly less serious role, as “the world’s most irresponsible tenor,” for a four-day stand. 9 p.m. friday, 9:15 p.m. saturday (march 24-25), 6 p.m. march 31 and 2:15 p.m. april 1. march 25 is opera on tap night, and that means mcpherson and the oot gang invite fans to mingle at solo bar, 200 roy st. shows are at seattle center armory, 305 harrison st., seattle; $13, all ages (www.eventbrite.com).seattle symphony: beethoven’s fifthmost read storiesunlimited di






spring 2017 seattle restaurant week: 10 best overall values


where can you get the most for your seattle restaurant week money? here's our take on the best deals — downtown, on capitol hill, in kirkland and elsewhere.the spring 2017 edition of seattle restaurant week is nigh — from april 2-6 and 9-13, tons of local places will serve up $32 three-course dinners, with many making $18 three-course lunches as well (up from two courses last time around). (the seattle times company is a sponsor.) but with 165-plus restaurants taking part, how do you choose?our lists of best overall values, best ambience, and newcomers can help. pro tips: preview your menu options at srw.seattletimes.com, be sure to make reservations (many of these restaurants get mobbed for srw), and remember to tip well (srw can be hellish for servers).choosing a place that’s pricey mean






property-tax levy: unaffordable | the seattle times


share storyby letters editormayor ed murray, during the state of the city address, “said he wants to double the city’s spending on homelessness with a five-year, $275 million property-tax levy.”just yesterday i received my 2017 property-tax bill with its whopping increase, even bigger than last year’s huge increase.but let’s face it … mayor murray asks, and seattle always checks the “yes” box.that “yes” box is forcing retirees and the middle class out of seattle.does seattle care that this is happening?peggy scales, seattleletters editor: [email protected] news highlights, delivered weekday mornings.thanks for signing up!






offensive lineman t.j. lang visiting seahawks friday — will seattle let him leav


a visit by free agent offensive lineman t.j. lang will test seattle's commitment to beefing up its offensive line.the tour schedule for free agent offensive lineman t.j. lang became clearer on friday as it was reported he will visit with the seahawks on friday and denver on saturday.those trips come on the heels of a visit to detroit on thursday and with the eight-year green bay veteran also said to have not ruled out a return to the packers.seattle’s hope, though, may be to get lang signed and sealed in seattle before he could be delivered anywhere else.a key part of the visit figures to be the physical when seattle can determine where lang is in recovery from a january arthroscopic hip surgery as well as a foot injury that he suffered last season.most read storiesunlimited digital access






innovative training program places more minority teachers in seattle’s public sc


with 74 graduates teaching in 31 schools, the seattle teacher residency is helping improve teacher retention and diversity rates in seattle public schools.as it recruits a fifth class of educators-in-training, an innovative but costly teacher-apprenticeship program in seattle seems to be fulfilling its mission to help develop a more diverse teacher workforce in the city’s public schools.a total of 74 teachers have graduated from the seattle teacher residency since its debut four years ago. the graduates now work in 31 schools, with another 23 candidates in the pipeline.forty-one percent of them are teachers of color — double the 20 percent diversity rate for all teachers who work in seattle public schools, and four times the state rate of 10 percent.and nearly all the residency graduates w






spring 2017 seattle restaurant week: 15 newcomers to choose from


with 165-plus restaurants taking part in this april's seattle restaurant week, how do you choose? one strategy is to hit a new place that you've been meaning to try anyway.the spring 2017 edition of seattle restaurant week is nigh — from april 2-6 and 9-13, tons of local places will serve up $32 three-course dinners, with many making $18 three-course lunches as well (up from two courses last time around). (the seattle times company is a sponsor.) but with 165-plus restaurants taking part, how do you choose?our lists of newcomers, best overall values, and best ambience can help. pro tips: preview your menu options at srw.seattletimes.com, be sure to make reservations (many of these restaurants get mobbed for srw), and remember to tip well (srw can be hellish for servers).here are the brand-






we won’t ever be like that other city by the bay


seattle might resemble san francisco in high real-estate prices, but even there the resemblance is flawed. san francisco has so much history, wealth and panache that seattle will likely always be the smaller sibling.when “seattle is becoming san francisco” comes up, it’s often in connection with the rising costs of the seattle real-estate market.my colleague mike rosenberg expertly addressed that concern in a story last year. owning or renting here is roughly half the price of san francisco and we have more affordable suburbs. also, seattle is building many more new residences than san francisco.but behind the real-estate angst is something else, felt with pride by some and dread by many others. maybe seattle’s trajectory really is to become, even overtake, san francisco. it’s something th






seattle soda tax: i’ll shop elsewhere


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yo-yo competition at seattle center


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could temps hit 60 this week in seattle? forecasters say it’s possible


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a guide to renters’ rights in seattle


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5 don’t-miss classical-music events around seattle, march 17-24


seattle symphony, northwest boychoir, seattle metropolitan chamber orchestra, ballard civic orchestra and seattle baroque orchestra all have concerts in the coming week.a list of select classical-music concerts and events coming up this week: seattle symphonysso ushers in the newness of spring with the premiere of aaron jay kernis’ violin concertro, written for james ehnes; beethoven’s “pastoral” symphony; and debussy’s “l’enfant prodigue.” noon friday and 8 p.m. saturday (march 17-18) at benaroya hall, seattle; tickets from $22 (206-215-4747 or seattlesymphony.com). most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.northwest boychoirthe annual “choral tradition” program will feature stravinsky’s symphony of psalms and vivaldi’s gloria, 7:30 p.m. friday, march 17, plymouth church,






seahawks tight end luke willson: ‘it would have been stupid’ not to come back to


seahawks tight end luke willson said he ultimately decided "it would have been stupid'' for him to not come back to seattle as a free agent.during an interview on the danny, dave and moore show tuesday on espn 710 seattle, once-and-now-again seahawks tight end luke willson said he had a few offers from other teams for more years and more money during the period when he was a free agent, his future an open book.but around 2 a.m. one night, he said, it became clear to him that there was really no reason yet to leave seattle, the only nfl home he had known.“it would have been stupid for me not to come back and just go to some other team and just take something just because the figures were higher,’’ willson said. “. … and i said ‘you know what? i think the play is to head back to seattle. i l






tacoma man arrested for threatening seattle mayor


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seattle u women fall in wac title game


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seattle u women stay in 2nd place


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coalition wants to ‘trump-proof’ seattle with income tax


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4 don’t-miss classical events around seattle and bellevue


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no quickie split for seattle and wells fargo


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seattle’s muir elementary closes due to norovirus


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no charges against seattle cops who shot che taylor


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for $5.5m, you can rent an entire seattle el — for a month


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man dies after being s in downtown seattle; no arrest


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readers ask: what’s with seattle’s ‘constant’ drawbridge openings?


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hopes of kodachrome relaunch put on ice: digital p og hy review


hold your horses, all you would-be egglestons: kodachrome probably isn't about to make a comeback. in all the excitement about the re-launch of ektachrome, the chief marketing officer of eastman kodak said that the company was going to look into bringing back the iconic filmstock.the problem was, it was the wrong kodak. now, in an interview with time.com, a senior representative from kodak alaris, the uk-based company that owns the kodak stills film division, says it's unlikely, given the need for specialist processing.dennis olbrich, president of the imaging, paper, p o chemicals and film division at kodak alaris is quoted as saying 'i would love for it to be kodachrome, obviously. but it’s a very difficult proposition to get that whole infrastructure back in place.'he did stress that the