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From the PSBJ: Restaurateur Carmine Smeraldo passed away peacefully Wednesday night (Jan. 11) at his home. Blessings and prayers poured out to the Smeraldo family as they dealt with the illness of their beloved patriarch and iconic owner and operator of Il Terrazzo Carmine, a classic Italian...

Phone hand-off results in New Year’s Day robbery, assault (KOMO News) Woman robbed after meeting a man in PSq to retrieve a lost iPhone. Biggest mistake to withdraw $400 right before meeting a stranger in the wee hours of the morning. The rough road to a...

Afraid that I wouldn't be able to leave my warm apartment if I stopped there, I headed out to the art walk right after getting off the bus. As a reminder, Art in the Park doesn't happen January through March (something I had forgotten and...

A recent email from the DSA: Dear Downtown Residents and Families, The Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) is developing a grant application to the City of Seattle to construct a children’s playground in Downtown, and we need your help. Today, there are more than 3,000 children living in Downtown...

Pop Artist Troy Gua pokes fun at the ‘Seattle Freeze’ at SOIL Art Gallery (Culture Mob) Is Seattle really that cold? Is it really so distant? Is the ‘Seattle Freeze’ a real phenomenon? At least one local artist thinks so. Local pop artist Troy Gua‘ s...

Celebrate the last hours of 2011 and welcome in a new year by joining us for our special New Year’s Eve Underworld Tour & Celebration! The Underworld Tour is an adult-oriented guided tour of Seattle’s underground replete with the tales of graft, opium, sex, debauchery...