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December 16th, 2015 - 2:27 pm § in The Ave Scene

THE-Ave Scene: Capitol Hill

Vulcan in evaluation agreement, eyeing Central District’s Promenade 23 Seattle real estate giant Vulcan has entered into an agreement to evaluate for purchase the property around 23rd and Jackson, home of the Promenade 23 and… CAPITOLHILLSEATTLE.COM[...]

November 3rd, 2014 - 7:10 pm § in Environment, The Ave Scene

Finally ,,, Bringing Rapid Transit to the PNW

Sound Transit floats $15B plan to expand mostly rail service As expected the Seattle Times kvetches about taxes.  Of course they have no problem when developers want to use public resources to build and build and build,  This time, however, everyone benefits.   King County gets to be green  by [...]

July 26th, 2012 - 9:43 am § in America, Jefferson

Detroit

Last year I visited this same place.  I was in Ann Arbor to celebrate a bat mitzvah but spent as much free time as  coud “seeing Detroit.” In the past, the death of an American city  have beem translated into iconic works by Capa, Smith, Frank, or their modern equivalents working for [...]

August 17th, 2011 - 5:53 pm § in America, The Ave Scene

Totem House: an obituary

Totem House was one of Seattle’s Few non-Thai but inexpensive places to eat fish.  It is now being replaced by a branch of the Red Mill … one more burger joint?  The sign now says they re-open this month. Albert Fikes stumbled into the offices of The Seattle Salmon, severely dehydrated[...]

February 20th, 2011 - 2:03 pm § in Environment, Misc.

History Cafe Invades Cap Hill

More and more Seattleites identify themselves as "Locovores". At the most recent History Cafe, we were regaled by tales of urban agriculture past and present in the comfortable, living-room atmosphere of Capitol Hill's Roy St. Coffee. [...]

February 20th, 2011 - 7:00 am § in The Ave Scene, UW

Seattle’s Unique Opportunity: The Waterfront

This is the city founded centuries  ago by people from the Salish Sea.  The longboats of our Samish and Duwamish predecessors were part of a network of native navigation reaching from Tacoma to Alaska.  The white men came and replaced Chief Seattle’s home but the waterfront remained the cor[...]