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  • Two bike-share companies ride into Seattle

    Seattle’s new pilot program runs through December, and is open to private companies to fill the bike share gap Pronto’s exodus left behind.
    San Francisco-based bike-share company Spin launched on Monday, July 19, and is being followed by LimeBike out of San Mateo, California.

  • Review board clears Harvard hotel project
    Plans for a hotel on Harvard Avenue passed through the East Design Review Board on Wednesday, but people visiting Capitol Hill will have to wait some time before making a reservation.
  • Purr moving to Montlake
    After more than a decade on the Hill, Purr Cocktail Lounge said goodbye to its longtime patrons, and welcomed them to a new Montlake location — slated to open soon.
  • New Miller Community Center coordinator reaching out
    Growing up in Mexico, Delia Flores didn’t see community centers. She didn’t know what a city parks and recreation department did until she moved to Texas more than 30 years ago.
  • Pianos in the Parks back in play
    Pianos in the Parks is back for a fourth year, showcasing 11 pianos this summer for another three weeks of community and arts celebration.
    
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  • Two bike-share companies ride into Seattle

    Seattle’s new pilot program runs through December, and is open to private companies to fill the bike share gap Pronto’s exodus left behind.
    San Francisco-based bike-share company Spin launched on Monday, July 19, and is being followed by LimeBike out of San Mateo, California.

  • Summer means it’s time for free performances in our parks by Seattle Shakespeare, GreenStage and other companies. Shakespeare when I was growing up back East meant difficult literature enlivened by sword fights; but here it’s like living in a vast Elizabethan stage.
  • Review board clears Harvard hotel project
    Plans for a hotel on Harvard Avenue passed through the East Design Review Board on Wednesday, but people visiting Capitol Hill will have to wait some time before making a reservation.

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