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An Imported Disease Is Threatening Seattle’s Local Bat Population

Researchers are racing to learn more about our only flying mammals before they disappear

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How Backyard Cottages Could Help Seattle’s Homeless Problem

Through the Block Project, one Seattle Family is opening its heart -- and its backyard- to a homeless man

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Seattle Artists and Tacoma’s Homegrown Creatives are Growing a Buzzworthy South Sound Arts Scene

The DIY spirit of Seattle’s scrappy little sister—along with its affordability—is creating a notable art scene populated, in part, by displaced Seattle artists

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Meet the New Wave of Female Farmers

Women have been hidden players on the nation’s farms, but local storyteller Audra Mulkern is out to change that

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Inside the New Nordic Museum: Behind the Scenes for One of Seattle’s Most Anticipated Cultural Openings of the Year

The Nordic Museum’s new home is a stunning architectural showpiece where everyone can be Nordic for a day

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Inye Wokoma’s Last Stand: One Man’s Fight To Save Seattle’s Central District

His family once owned almost a dozen homes in the rapidly gentrifying Central District. Now, Inye Wokoma is trying to hang on to just one as his family scatters throughout the region and he sees the neighborhood he knew disappearing

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Winemaker Charles Smith’s Leschi Home Is One For the Ages

Scandinavian influence makes its way through this home on Lake Washington

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Best of the Burbs: The Next Generation of Seattle Suburbs

Living outside the city has always been an attractive option for many, but with housing prices in Seattle going up, up and up, the suburbs around us are more magnetic than ever.