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Ed Murray's Former Foster Son Files Claim for Damages Against City of Seattle

22 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

"Instead of valuing the truth, [the City of Seattle] made the decision to quickly align itself with Ed Murray, joined in the accusations about Mr. Simpson's anti-gay and political motive, and allowed Mr. Murray to quickly mount a campaign...Show More Summary

Missing element of city's boom finally arrives

Pay Perks Up Wage 2017 Increase New York $35.52 3.7% U.S. $26.57 2.4% 4Q average hourly earnings Source: NYC Comptroller One crucial element has been lacking from the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Shop Like Giada De Laurentiis at Pronto by Giada

Some of her favorite things are available for purchase Fans of celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis can pick up some of her favorite things at the new retail shop inside Pronto by Giada at Caesars Palace. Cooking gear in copper, accessories,...Show More Summary

Salt marshes will vanish in less than a century if seas keep rising and California keeps building, study finds

On one side, there’s the rising ocean. On the other, rising buildings. Squeezed between the two are California’s salt marshes — a unique ecosystem filled with pickleweed and cordgrass, shorebirds and many endangered species. Coastal wetlands such as Bolinas Lagoon in Marin County, the marshes along...

Chef Derek Bugge Wins ‘Guy’s Grocery Games’

Plus Joe Chocolates is moving to Pike Place Market, sous vide-maker Sansaire is shutting down, and more Welcome back to Eater News, a semi-regular round-up of mini news bites. Have info to share? Email intel to seattle@eater.com. Joe...Show More Summary

Cart-Driver Will Open a Second Location in the Old Z Cuisine

The LoHi restaurant is getting new life after sitting vacant for a year and a half Since the announcement that 11-year-old Z Cuisine closed in September 2016, fans of the space and restaurant have waited for news of its replacement.Show More Summary

Rape suspect drinks poison and dies during freeway chase in Ventura County, CHP says

A sexual assault suspect killed himself by drinking poison during a police chase on the 101 Freeway in Ventura County early Wednesday morning, authorities said. The suspect, who was not identified, was pronounced dead shortly before 8 a.m. after his vehicle veered into the center divider of the...

Newsweek Retracts Story Reporting That Bots Forced Al Franken's Resignation

23 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Steven Hsieh (Newsweek, the magazine, does not exist any more. It is currently Newsweek the website.) John Moore / GETTY On Monday, Newsweek published a story titled, "How An Alt-Right Bot Network Took Down Al Franken." Relying heavily...Show More Summary

Long-lost Recordings by Crucial Seattle Rock Band Bend Sinister Get Reissued

23 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The reissue of late-'90s recordings by underground-noise-rock band Bend Sinister reveals a key missing part of Seattle music history. by Dave Segal Some of the most infernal noise-rock ever out of Seattle. Homeless Records Australian label Homeless Records has just released Tape2, the hopelessly obscure late-'90s recordings by Bend Sinister. Show More Summary

The Strega Empire Grows With Another Coffee Shop, Located Downtown

Restaurateur Nick Varano has a new location of Caffe Strega brewing A restaurant group that runs several steakhouses, cafes, and a pizzeria in the Boston area will expand one of its concepts to include four locations. Caffe Strega, from...Show More Summary

Check Out the Menu For Gung Ho, Greenville Avenue’s Exciting New Chinese-American Eatery

The restaurant formerly known as Remedy got a complete overhaul Gung Ho, a new Chinese-American eatery from the parent company of HG Sply Co. and Standard Service, has officially opened its doors on Lower Greenville. Gung Ho took over Remedy’s former spot at 2010 Greenville Ave. Show More Summary

Asian population booms in San Gabriel Valley while white households decline, report shows

The San Gabriel Valley’s Asian American population grew by 22% between 2000 and 2010, while the region’s white population shrank by 17%, according to a study released Wednesday by Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles. The study, titled “A Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans, Native...

Frank’s Cocktail Lounge Is an Iconic Neighborhood Bar — Frank Perkins Was the Man Who Made Sure of That

In Fort Greene, a squat building houses an iconic bar that has resisted gentrification for more than four decades.

Flamenco dance icon Eva Yerbabuena brings acclaimed “Ay!” to the Rialto Theatre

23 hours agoUnited States / Atlanta : ArtsATL

Since her initial flamenco class at the age of 11, Eva Yerbabuena has become a trailblazer for flamenco artists worldwide, often pushing boundaries between the traditional and the contemporary. Her speed, power and dramatic footwork can take the audience by storm. This, combined with her willingness to expose her innermost emotions through movement, creates a...

Icono de la danza flamenca Eva Yerbabuena trae al aclamado “¡Ay!” Al Teatro Rialto

23 hours agoUnited States / Atlanta : ArtsATL

Desde su primera clase de flamenco a la edad de 11 años, Eva Yerbabuena se ha convertido en una pionera como bailarina de flamenco al nivel mundial, a menudo superando los límites entre lo tradicional y lo contemporáneo. Su velocidad, poder y trabajo de pies dramático pueden tomar al público por sorpresa. Esto, combinado con...

Vox Media cuts 50 employees as Facebook changes rattle industry

Vox Media Inc., the owner of news and lifestyle websites like SB Nation and Eater, is laying off about 50 employees, a sign that Facebook Inc.’s recent algorithm changes are forcing publishers... To view the full story, click the title link.

Hilarious!! Atlanta Airport Offering Non-Stop Flights to Wakanda…

NEWSFLASH!! Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport hit social media with a very special flight announcement. With the rise of ‘Black Panther’ everyone wants to head to Wakanda and the ATL Airport is the first to begin offering non-stop flights to the fictional country. Show More Summary

The Way Back Reopens Next Week With a New Look

And a Danny Meyer alum is the new head chef After six months closed for a move and remodeling, The Way Back will reopen Tuesday, February 27 on Tennyson Street. This popular but hard-to-find Berkeley bar closed in August at its original home on West 38th Avenue. Show More Summary

2017 was a good year for the Washington region's three airports

Record numbers of travelers flew through National, Dulles and BWI last year, with BWI holding the top spot.

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