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Brunch"Pops Up" in Columbia City Courtesy of Revered Chef

by Reagan Jackson

What’s for breakfast in Columbia City?  If you were at Chef Tarik Abdullah’s pop up brunch last Sunday you might have had the lamb hash cooked with dates, chickpeas, kale and served over polenta, or the cauliflower salad with spiced cashew crème. 788 more words

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Opinion: Let Them Eat Gravlax

by Lola E Peters

The most difficult part of writing this OpEd is deciding where to focus my anger: the tone-deaf billionaires, and their minions, who are thoughtlessly tearing the fabric of our community, the “news” media that pass off press releases as reporting, or our public officials, who say the right things and then do the exact opposite. 976 more words

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Billionaire Paul Allen Donates $1M to Build Housing for Homeless in Columbia City

by Daniel Beekman

(This article was originally published in the Seattle Times and has been reprinted with permission)

A Seattle nonprofit will build 13 units of housing for the homeless in the Columbia City neighborhood using a new construction model: steel modules. 722 more words

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Columbia City Butcher Shop Thrives Across Generations

by Mohammed Kloub

The Ackley family has been in the meat business for four generations, ever since Joe Ackley began selling meat off his wagon in Yakima in the early 1900s. 121 more words

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Friday, May 27th REGGAE ON RAINIER ft Becca & Soul (France)- The Highlife Band & Mista Chatman!

Reggae On Rainier returns Friday nite with our first international guest: BECCA & SOUL outta Bayonne, FRANCE!! Their music is a sweet blend of Soul, Jazz & Reggae. 55 more words

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Fried Dough & Vino=Happy Saturday

Malasada French Toast..dripping with bacon infused salted toffee syrup.  Holy. Moly.  Brunch at Super Six in Columbia City was just the ticket for a rainy Seattle day sugar high.  454 more words

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South Seattle Receives Makeover As More Than A Thousand Participate in Community Cleanups

by Marcus Harrison Green

South Seattle received a makeover Saturday morning worthy of a feature in Cosmopolitan.

From litter pick up around Franklin High School, to side walk sweeps in Hillman City, to weed removal in Skyway, more than a thousand residents volunteered for community led beautification projects across the South End in celebration of Earth Day. 1,061 more words

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