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Viaduct for Dummies: Occupy the Viaduct

Say a tearful goodbye to the south end of this behemouth next Saturday

I was driving into Seattle mag's SoDo world HQ this morning, gazing up at the Viaduct in all its splendor, when it hit me with a jolt: A huge chunk of that hulking concrete leviathan that has framed my view of Elliot Bay since birth will cease to exist in less than two weeks.

Like many of my co-workers who work in the shadow of the thing, I've been in an agony of logistical contortions of late, getting ready for ViaPocolypse 2011. But it never occurred to me until today that the whole thing could be a big party.

To wit, this item from the DOT website: Read more »

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King 5: Occupy Seattle Protests March On

Our content partners break down the schedule of events planned for Occupy Seattle's continued demonstrations at Westlake Park today, including an appearance by Mayor McGinn. Read more »

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Fashion Friday: Operation + Stitch’s fall line, happenings at Nube Green and a handbag obsession

So, it’s officially fall now isn’t it? (My pants are still damp from my walk in this morning and it is now 2 p.m.) Rather than get bogged down by the puddles, pull out the proverbial mood umbrella and use these cheery new fall offerings to block out the doom: Read more »

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Local Company Helps Keep Occupy Seattle Protestors Dry

Occupy Seattle is the local manifestation of the Occupy Wall Street protests that are still growing in New York (watch the latter unfold via LiveStream). Read more »

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Meet Seattle Busker Finn Juhl

Seattle mag editorial assistant Patrick Hutchison and local musician Matt Badger, of Ravenna Woods, team up to explore Seattle's street music scene, recording the stories and songs that help compose our city’s soundtrack. The last in a five-part series:

*While you read, listen to this live performance of “Lena and the Lake”, by Finn Juhl.  Recording taken at the University District Farmer’s Market on October 1, 2011. Read more »

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