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  • Creating community through cinema
    Every Friday night, the basement at Keystone Congregational Church in Wallingford is full of people. They’re not there for any sort of worship; they’re there for activism and education.
  • BEHIND THE CURTAIN | New artist studios open at Building 30
    Colorful oil paintings, photographs, prints, mixed media, sculptures and other artwork now take residence in a space that sat vacant for 20 years at Building 30 in Magnuson Park.
  • Wheedle finds its groove again in second volume
    The ongoing “Wheedle’s Groove” project celebrates the release of its second volume, “Wheedle’s Groove: Seattle Funk, Modern Soul & Boogie: Volume II 1972-1987,” with a presentation on Wednesday, July 23, at The Project Room starting at 7 p.m.
  • FOOD MATTERS | Something new for all tastes
    In the heart of Ballard is a new sandwich shop called Porkchop & Co. (5451 Leary Way N.W.). The owner is Paul Osher, whose specialty is, literally, a porkchop sandwich.
    
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  • July has been a month of traffic news and blues in Seattle. Officials have made progress on some decisions, while traffic still seems to grind to a halt whenever an accident, event or a little summer rain happens. 
  • Boaters planning to pass through the Fremont Bridge should note the weekday restrictions in place starting Wednesday, July 30, and continuing until further notice while the Seattle Department of Transportation paints the historic structure. 
  • HEALTHY TODAY | Take care of your feet this summer
    Whether you stay local and take a hike to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Pacific Northwest, visit a theme park or take a vacation out of town, there’s a good chance that there will be a lot of walking involved. 


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