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District 36 legislators cap busy week with town hall

Rep. Liz Berry, Rep. Julia Reed and Sen. Noel Frame shared their priorities for the session, which ends April 23.

Advocacy Day: Discovering her voice

Local woman travels to Olympia to help families in need.

‘Ain’t Too Proud — The Life and Times of the Temptations’ comes to Paramount Theatre

The Broadway show is scheduled to run from Jan. 24 to Feb. 5.

Tree Talk: From tiny acorns grow …

Pin oak is, according to the American Nursery Association, the most widely planted shade and street tree in the U.S.

Closure of Mercer Street ramp to northbound I-5 planned for Jan. 20-23

WSDOT plans to close the Mercer Street on-ramp to northbound I-5 from 9 p.m. Friday through 4 a.m. Monday.

Seattle Opera announces 60th anniversary season

The group will offer a range of titles spanning nearly all of opera’s history, from the eighteenth century to the 1980s.

Recipe: Slow cooking creates free time

Slow cookers enable home chefs to set their ingredients to simmer early in the day and then head to work, school, or whatever else.

Reconnecting to Native heritage

UIATF hosts blessing ceremony for new canoe-carving center.

Taking over the reins

New exec director has big shoes to fill

Gabriel-Bello Lawrence-Diaz is the new executive director of Coyote Central, a non-profit art program for youth in Seattle. He was hired this summer after co-founder and former program director Marybeth Satterlee and executive director Claudia Stelle retired.

Seattle Shakespeare Company presents 'Becoming Othello: A Black Girl’s Journey'

The one-woman show explores race, gender and opportunity through iconic Shakespeare character Othello.

Pacific Northwest Ballet to perform ghost story 'Giselle'

PNB will stage eight performances, from Feb. 3-12 at Seattle Center’s Marion Oliver McCaw Hall.

Final 2022 quarterly estimated tax due Jan. 17

The IRS urges those who paid too little tax in 2022 to make a fourth quarter payment on or before Jan. 17 to avoid an unexpected bill or penalty.

Just keep growing, just keep growing: Indoor winter growing

A few ways to extend the growing experience indoors during the winter.

Coyote Central has inspired youth artists for almost 40 years

Since it began in 1986, Coyote has grown from a small group of teachers to a two-campus organization serving more than 1,000 students each year.

Tết Festival kicks off 2023 Seattle Center Festál

Tết in Seattle provides a glimpse into Vietnamese culture through art, food and music, as well as older and contemporary cultural traditions.