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Seattle Happenings + New Listings

Driving down Rainier Avenue, you may have seen this quaint, little area known as Columbia City. Columbia City is a beautiful neighborhood, that rests between Beacon Hill and Seward park. 486 more words

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Seattle Community Park + New Listing

Seward Park is a beautiful 300-acre park, built around natural forest land, old growth forests, and is home to many resident eagle’s nests. Through its humble beginnings, this park has become a staple to its neighborhood, and hosts many events throughout the year. 348 more words

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Utility Changes Still Don't Answer Key Question: What If You Just Can't Pay?

This story originally ran at the South Seattle Emerald.

Earlier this year, the West Seattle Helpline, which provides financial assistance to people who need help paying their utility bills, learned about a troubling change the city’s two utilities, Seattle City Light (City Light) and Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), were making as part of their transition to a new joint billing and customer contact system. 1,806 more words

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WordPress Survival Guide

This is the survival guide for navigating my WordPress website for PTE 401 @ South Seattle Community College.

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Featured Community: South Seattle

Neighborhoods in the Southeast District of Seattle include Brighton, Columbia City, Dunlap, Genesee, Hillman City, Lakewood, Mount Baker, New Holly, North Rainier, Othello, Pritchard Beach, Rainier Valley, Rainier Vista and  151 more words

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Good company

Food is always made greater by good company. There isn’t a single dish that benefits from being eaten alone. Since starting this blog, regular meals have become occasions, and I’ve experienced the great fortune of having friends get excited about this little thing I’m doing here. 1,079 more words

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Another of Seattle's hidden gems: Kubota Garden

Fujitaro Kubota was a talented landscaper who was born in Japan but made his home in Seattle, where he created an amazing display garden that fuses Japanese gardening techniques with plants that are native to the Pacific Northwest. 70 more words

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