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Mayor Durkan Announces Citywide Free Parking to Support Residents Staying Healthy at Home and Essential Workers Who Must Drive

Seattle (April 3, 2020) – Mayor Jenny A. Durkan today announced that the City of Seattle will temporarily eliminate paid and time-limited street parking rules to…

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Seattle Choruses: Suspending the 2019-2020 Season

Public health officials remind us daily that the impact of COVID-19 has not yet peaked in Seattle. Even before Governor Inslee's mandated directives, Seattle Men's Chorus…

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Prides come together to organize "Global Pride" amid COVID-19 cancellations

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Pride organizations around the world have come together to organize a "Global Pride" event on Saturday, June 27, 2020, in response to…

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Seattle Opera announces cancellation of La bohème

Dear Seattle Opera community, We are all living through an extremely challenging period and you can probably imagine that Seattle Opera as much as the…

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Durkan Digest special edition: relief for small businesses

My fellow Seattleites, We are facing one of the most transformative and consequential events that our region and our country will experience since World War…

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City of Seattle, Greater Seattle Partners, and Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce distribute survey to measure economic impacts of COVID-19 on region's businesses and nonprofits

SEATTLE (March 17, 2020) - The City of Seattle, Greater Seattle Partners, and the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce announced today they are distributing an…

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2020 MEN IN DANCE Festival - Call for artists and early festival announcement

MEN IN DANCE announces that it is now accepting submissions for its upcoming 13th Festival playing at the Erickson Theatre (1524 Harvard Ave.) on Capitol…

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John Cameron Mitchell hit Seattle's Moore Theatre for a good cause

by MK Scott A live national tour is a rarity for John Cameron Mitchell, the writer, director, and star of Hedwig and the Angry Inch.…

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Gay teachers asked to resign from Kennedy Catholic High School in Burien!

by Tim Peter "Two teachers, Paul Danforth and Michelle Beattie, have voluntarily resigned their positions at Kennedy Catholic High School. They are highly capable, gifted…

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Three Dollar Bill Cinema at a crossroads and needs our help

An Open Letter to the Community: We are reaching out to you today to inform you of some important updates regarding Three Dollar Bill Cinema.…

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