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Seattle is the northernmost major city on the West Coast of the U.S., and its current official nickname is the "Emerald City," referencing the lush evergreen forests of the area. Seattle is the birthplace of the music style known as "grunge," made famous by local groups Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden; it is the birthplace of rock legend Jimi Hendrix, and Bruce Lee and his son Brandon are both buried there.

Population: 602000
Local Newspapers: The Seattle Times
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Seahawks (NFL) Seattle Mariners (MLB)
Local Colleges: University of Washington Seattle University Seattle Pacific University

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Medieval Women's Choir present Spring Celebration concert March 10

MEDIEVAL WOMEN'S CHOIR SPRING CELEBRATION TRINITY EPISCOPAL PARISH MARCH 10 Today, it is hard to imagine how life in ages past was governed by weather and the passing seasons. Any Seattleite who has ever braved the lingering chill at an outdoor cafe in a warm coat in order to drink in the first tentative rays of spring sunshine can understand the exuberance with which medieval Europeans looked forward to spring: the balmy afternoons, the symphony of birdsong, the budding of trees and the explosion of flowers, and especially the stirrings of young love.

'Sense of Place: Through the Lens of Al Smith' history panel at Seattle Public Library March 6

Legendary local photographer Al Smith is being celebrated in an exhibition at the Museum of History and Industry. Join us for a local history discussion and see selections from more than 4,000 images not included in the museum exhibit.

BIZNOTE: The Nook celebrates 1st anniversary by adding coffee and more, as 'Cafe by Day'

The photo montage is courtesy of The Nook in The Admiral District - where, as of today, they've added daytime hours so you can stop in for coffee and more. The announcement: And we're expanding our hours as a "Cafe By Day" where kids are welcome until 2 pm.

Be part of the solution! Sustainable West Seattle meetup Monday

Ever wonder what you can do to make a difference, even just a bit? Set aside a little time for a Monday meetup that can answer the question in some memorable ways. Here's the announcement from Sustainable West Seattle 's Stu Hennessey : Sustainable West Seattle would like to hear from our neighbors on a variety of subjects that we can have a lasting effect on.

Photos: Seattle in the 1980s

This image shows members of the Stonewall Committee for Lesbian/Gay Rights at that event, picketing in protest of a court order requiring testing of Steven Farmer, a convicted sex offender, against his will. In June 1988, about two dozen people protested forced AIDS testing outside the King County Courthouse.

FOLLOWUP: More details about Mayor Jenny Durkan's West Seattle visit Saturday

We first told you back on Tuesday that Mayor Jenny Durkan is coming to West Seattle for a public event on Saturday.

Holy Names submits land use application for underground parking garage, new gymnasium on top

Images courtesy of Broderick Architects: Holy Names Academy plans to demolish its gym, so it can construct five levels of below-grade parking, and then build a new gym back on top. Holy Names Academy principal Elizabeth Swift says the school wants to be a good neighbor, and that means taking steps to address what has been a longtime issue in the neighborhood - parking.

Junction Neighborhood Organization pitches a part-tunnel plan

The in-person open houses are over. The online open house continues. You have less than two weeks to get your opinion into the wide-open "early scoping" period for West Seattle's Sound Transit light-rail line .

West Seattle Wednesday: WordsWest goes natural; Delridge District...

TUESDAY:Can you help find this woman, missing in West Seattle? Highlights of what's ahead for the rest of your Tuesday: BABY STORY TIME: Two this morning, both at 10:30, one at West Seattle Library , one at Southwest Library .

New Play Big Rock Premieres In Seattle

With great excitement, Onward Ho! Productions today announces the World Premiere production of local playwright Sonya Schneider's new play Big Rockas well as its full ensemble casting. Big Rock will run at West of Lenin in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood March 16-31, and tickets are now on sale online at .

Who will YOU nominate for West Seattle Chamber of Commerce's 2018 Westside Awards?

Each year the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce requests the West Seattle community to nominate outstanding businesses and persons for the Westside Awards. What makes this award special is the nominations come from the West Seattle community and the nominees are judged based on specific criteria.

Spirit of Kingston on West Seattle run TFN because of Sally Fox damage

As noted this morning in our traffic/transit coverage, the smaller Spirit of Kingston is on the West Seattle Water Taxi run because the regular WS vessel Doc Maynard is filling in for Sally Fox on the Vashon run. We've confirmed with the King County Department of Transportation that Sally Fox is out TFN for repairs.

How on earth did Seattle's train tracks wind up in mudslide zones?

After a lot of rain, you might be used to hearing us say something like this on the air: "Amtrak has canceled passenger train service from Seattle to Everett for the next two days a " Landslides on railroad tracks along Puget Sound frequently delay trains. That made KUOW listener April Isenhower curious: Why were train tracks between Seattle and Everett built in areas prone to mudslides? "I keep hearing the reports about the tracks being shut down, and I'm like, "Man, what is the answer to this?" Isenhower said.

Slog AM: Cliff Mass and the Secret of the Trees, Trump Dating Site Features Ad With Sex Offender

Mysterious wind fells old growth trees : Near the end of January, more than 100 giant old-growth trees fell near Lake Quinault . There was no wind event that night.

Giannoni's Pizzeria has closed after 10+ years

Giannoni's Pizzeria in Westwood Village has closed permanently, confirms proprietor Donna Burns . Earlier this month, they had planned to close for renovation , long overdue after 10 1/2 years in business, but the plan has changed, she told WSB, and they will be reopening: Giannoni's would like to thank all of our wonderful and very loyal customers over the last 10+ years.

For Some, Seattle Does Not Just Suck Now; It Has Always Sucked

GeekWire 's piece about a grumpy Seattlelite, Charles Hadrann, who owns a bike repair business in Fremont, and a sticker that has Amazon's smile beneath words "Seattle Sucks Now" is long and almost not worth reading. It says nothing new about what a set of mostly white Seattle liberals feel about all the change that has happened over the past 6 or years: it has ruined the city, it has killed its soul.

Seattle could see record cold Monday night

Cold temperatures will prevail for the next couple days at least, with the chance of more lowland snow not out of the question. The 2012 snow wasn't Seattle's biggest storm, but it was major.

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