Georgetown

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New Georgetown Protest Mural Takes on Climate Change, South Seattle Air Pollution

The collaboration between Seattle artist Craig Cundiff and anti-gasoline organization Coltura debuted last weekend.

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After Spate of Closings, Georgetown Artists’ Hub Rises When We Need It the Most

A performing arts space in the South End offers its founders, and area artists, a place to call home in a swiftly changing city.

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This Weekend-Only Airstream Cake Shop Makes Some of Seattle’s Prettiest Desserts

The art of old-school baking meets contemporary beauty.

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These Technicolor Hawaiian Cakes are Why We Shouldn’t be Food Judgy

Starting Sunday, you can have your fabulous haupia cake and eat it, too.

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In White Center, a Restaurateur Cooks up Some Tunes

A second Drunky's Two Shoe BBQ is expected to open here soon; with it, perhaps the start of a new live music scene on the west side

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Winemaker Charles Smith on Wine, Music: “You Don’t Fly in Jerry Lee Lewis and Get Cheap on the Piano”

A chat with the celebrated rock star of Washington wine about the connection between music and the vine

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Georgetown’s Equinox Studios Gathers and Grows a South End Arts Gang

Equinox Studios is luring big names to Seattle’s latest arts hot spot with innovative deals

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Shop Talk: Le Objects Closing, Drygoods Moving

The latest in Seattle retail news

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New Lunch Spot (and Bar), the Blu Grouse, Now Open in Georgetown

Not only do south-end eaters have the just-opened Cafe con Leche (aka, the reinvented Paladar Cubano) serving up Cubano sandwiches, and the slick-looking Sodo Kitchen at Starbucks for new lunch options (not to mention my longtime standbys Maruta Shoten and Hudson Diner), now there’s one more place to check out: The Blu Grouse, which opened…