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Candidates square off to represent Seattle’s diverse District 2

From left to right, Tammy Morales in black blazer, Brian Callanan in black blazer, Tanya Woo in blue button down shirt

Incumbent District 2 Seattle City Councilmember Tammy Morales recently debated challenger Tanya Woo on City Inside/Out. Voters in the district, which includes Mount Baker, Beacon Hill, Columbia City, Rainier Beach, the Chinatown International District and Yesler Terrace, will decide which candidate is the best fit for their community in November's general election.


Mini parks, big benefits 🌳🌷

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Remember that time Seattle moved a 30-foot-tall Sequoia tree (now 90 feet) to a downtown triangle park? 🌲 Downtown's John M. Jewett Memorial Triangle officially opened in 1973 as part of the city’s Operation Triangle Program, an effort to rejuvenate and beautify public spaces. 🌻🚏🚌


District 7 incumbent faces tough challenge from retired naval officer

From right to left, Andrew J. Lewis in dark gray blazer, Brian Callanan in light gray blazer, Bob Kettle in dark blue blazer

Incumbent Andrew J. Lewis and retired naval officer Bob Kettle debated housing, public safety, and more on City Inside/Out ahead of the November general election. Whether you're in downtown Seattle, Queen Anne, or somewhere in between, watch the show and decide for yourself.


Seattle artist dives into her own subconscious 🌊🏊‍♀️

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Born in the Czech Republic, based in Seattle, and inspired by Japanese pearl divers, or ama, artist Klara Glosova explores the waters of her inner life with the show “Diving Into the Wreck” at Koplin Del Rio Gallery through Oct. 28.


Art Zone presents four must-see theatrical events

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Looking for local live theatre this autumn? Art Zone has you covered with a curated list for every art patron's taste. 🎭🍂☕ Learn more about an upcoming conversation with Molly Shannon led by our own Nancy Guppy, a peek into Henry David Thoreau’s life, a festival of plays, and readings of very real celebrity letters


Indigenous Peoples’ Day honors elders at Seattle City Hall

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Music and dance filled city hall Monday, Oct. 9 for Indigenous Peoples' Day, 2023. The celebration's theme was "Honoring our Elders: Past and Present," and marked nine years since the holiday's official adoption by the city in 2014.