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  • Getting to the root of crime
    What happens when a neighborhood is notorious for a specific crime? Some community groups work to solve their neighborhood’s problems. And other neighborhoods have seen major improvement from neighborhood advocacy.
  • WORLD SCHOOL STORIES | Summer school
    Every weekday morning during July, 16-year old Trinh Ly took the 7 a.m. bus from south of Seattle to Capitol Hill. Leaving her Vietnamese-speaking family early in the morning, she joined her English-learning classmates at the Seattle World School.
  • HEALTHY TODAY | School nutrition
    It may seem like summer just started, but back-to-school is just a couple weeks away. Transitioning back to a school schedule — such as getting back on a regular sleep cycle and doing nightly homework — can take weeks.
  • BEHIND THE CURTAIN | Citywide festival celebrates Samuel Beckett
    In the spirit of community, a group of more than 20 arts organizations will join forces from August through November to celebrate 20th-century author Samuel Beckett on a citywide scale in the first-ever Seattle Beckett Festival.
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  • One westbound lane on Northgate Way Northeast between Fifth and First avenues Northeast will close this Sunday, Sept. 1, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., to allow Seattle Department of Transportation’s Urban Forestry crews to perform landscape work. 
  • Harvest Fair to celebrates local bounty
    After an especially hot Seattle summer, local farms and gardens are overflowing with produce. Seattle Tilth’s Harvest Fair invites residents to participate in activities to enjoy the harvest season and glean some ideas and inspiration to take advantage of the bounty. 
  • Next March, King County Metro’s low-income riders will be able to ride for a lower fare of just $1.50. Metro estimates upward of 100,000 people will qualify for the new fare card. 
  • Seattle Parks and Recreation will have a second public meeting and open house on its Gas Works Park Play Area renovation project on Sept. 9. It will take place at the play area from 5 to 7 p.m. 

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