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Eat books, join a ‘Shadow Council,’ and 12 more awesome things to do in Seattle this week

Seattle’s best events this week include a political satire, a festival of edible books, and a bouncy house wonderland.

Things to do / March 27, 2017

Even the Space Needle is worried about climate change: The week in Seattle in 2 minutes

Both the Space Needle and Gov. Jay Inslee are worried about climate change, Seattle is spending big and dreaming bigger about how to get around our crowded city, and a few ways to shake off that time visitors ranked us 37th out of the top 50 tourist markets in the country.

Need to know / March 24, 2017

We mapped your favorite spots in Seattle to get creative

We asked you to share where you go in the city when you want to get creative. A bunch of you got back to us with your favorite spots, and we put ’em on a map.

Drink / March 21, 2017

14 things to do in Seattle this week: Pi Day, our spelling bee, and the weird weird world of pencil fighting

Got plans this week? Let’s help you make them. We’ve got pies, pencils, an artist who built a 6-foot-long pen, and a free screening of a documentary everyone’s been talking about.

Art & Culture / March 13, 2017

Seattle’s week in 2 minutes: Our political energy is building. But toward what?

Seattle is charged up for a fight, and building like crazy. But who’s being left out? We’ve got big updates in your city this week on politics, homelessness, and this huge construction zone we call home.

Need to know / March 10, 2017

Seattleites took a 10-hour road trip to cross a political divide. Here’s what happened

Sherman County, Oregon, is the nearest county that voted exactly opposite us in the presidential election. While 74 percent of King County voters went for Clinton, 74 percent of Sherman County voters went for Donald Trump. So we paid Sherman County a visit.

People / March 7, 2017

16 things to do in Seattle this week: Boozy brunch, a music tour, and a ‘contemptible’ villain

Seattle is keeping it colorful this week with art walks, an urban hike through our modern music history, and a nationally renowned “pop-up” storytelling show. Got some time to explore your city? Here’s how we’d make the most of it.

Art & Culture / March 6, 2017

Could Trump take down some public data? These Seattle volunteers want to make sure it stays up

Volunteers with Seattle Data Rescue are getting together to copy public data they’re afraid might disappear in the age of Trump.

Technology / March 3, 2017

Take photos of the city and make friends while you’re at it

The new Street Meet WA group gets Seattle photographers seeing art in the streets.

Art & Culture / March 1, 2017

The best monthly events in Seattle

Seattle is full of fun things to do. Sometimes, they’re even done on a regular schedule. Here are the best local events that happen at the same time every month.

Things to do / February 28, 2017