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By Beth Berube “The longer the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder.” Ralph W. Sockman. Being an avid DIY kind of person, I was delighted to discover a few establishments in our neighborhood that offer classes. I thought the only type of course I...

by Courtney Crockett Pioneer Square's Express Farmers Market is Open! In addition to Seattle's original farmers market, Pike Place Market operates weekly Express farmers markets at City Hall, First Hill, Pioneer Square and South Lake Union. The Express market brings fresh and local produce, flowers and food...

By Beth Berube Drones, workers, guards and queens. These words evoke images from a Dungeon and Dragons game. They are, in fact, names given to classify a being of the Apoidea family - having a hairy body, feeding on sweets; whoa…so far, Wikipedia is describing my...

              by RaNae Vodder There are approximately 400 National Parks (inclusive of parks, monuments, forests, sites, etc) in the United States according to the website howmanyarethere.  Did you know that one of those parks is in our own neighborhood!?  I have to admit, that I did...

by Courtney Crockett  [caption id="attachment_5726" align="alignright" width="224"] Images Courtesy of Art of the City Fest[/caption] The Tashiro Kaplan Building (TK Artist Lofts) is busy programming its second annual Art of the City Street Fest slated for Saturday 1 August. The event is an entire day of indoor...