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  • REVIEW
    “Return of the Hero” is both pleasant, but also wryly funny: the movie takes place in Burgundy in the early 1800s, but, more accurately, it takes place at the intersection of Austinean drama, Shakespearean foils, and the barbed banter of “Arms and the Man.”
  • District providing Lincoln High School update next month

    Lincoln High School should be ready to usher in new students in fall 2019, after a $93.3 million modernization project is completed.
    Queen Anne students are expected to move from Ballard High School to Lincoln in Wallingford, which will serve 1,600 students.

  • Uptown Alliance weighs in on future Seattle Center station
    Sound Transit checked its Ballard Link extension alternatives with the Uptown Alliance on Thursday, receiving positive feedback about siting a new underground station on Republican Street near KeyArena.
  • Seattle/King County Clinic fills gap in health care system
    Medical professionals returning to help run the four-day Seattle/King County Clinic were happy to help, but disheartened that the state of health care has made the clinic a necessary annual service.
    “It says a lot about our society and our healthcare system that this clinic is even necessary,” said Dr. Rick Arnold, a Seattle/King County Clinic primary care director. “It is a problem. We need to fix our health care system.”
  • Champs!
    Thousands turn out as Seattle celebrates Storm's third title with victory parade, rally
    
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  • Oak View Group deal comes with community benefits

    The $700 million KeyArena renovation will cause displacements and take some getting used to over the next two years. Morgan Littlefield, new community liaison for private developer Oak View Group, shared what the community benefits will be over the next 39 years during last Thursday’s Uptown Alliance meeting.

     
  • Three films to look for at French Cinema Now at SIFF Uptown
    “Return of the Hero” is both pleasant, but also wryly funny: the movie takes place in Burgundy in the early 1800s, but, more accurately, it takes place at the intersection of Austinean drama, Shakespearean foils, and the barbed banter of “Arms and the Man.”

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