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  • City council approves Seattle Asian Art Museum lease, development agreement
    Councilmembers voted unanimously on Monday to approve a new lease with SAM to continue occupying the museum, which the city owns, as well as a development agreement that includes a list of negotiated public benefits. The council also approved a land use code amendment to allow the project to move forward.
  • Westman's Bagel a first-day sell out

    During its first run in Capitol Hill on Friday, Westman’s Bagel & Coffee sold out of product in just four hours.
    “We weren't totally caught off guard by the turn out,” Monica Dimas writes CHT, “but we can only make so many bagels in a closet sized space.”

  • Second wave of resistance at Seattle Women's March
    Women’s marches took place all across the United States following the inauguration of Donald Trump, with a call to not only secure and protect women’s rights, but also defend human rights wherever they were threatened.
  • Capital budget approval frees up funds for Capitol Hill projects

    The Washington Legislature on Thursday night passed a long-awaited capital budget, freeing up funds for a number of projects in Capitol Hill and the greater 43rd District.
    “I’m really excited about all the projects we’ve got,” said House Speaker Frank Chopp.

  • Convicted sex offender receives 34-month prison sentence
    What Matthew Hickey did to at least four women between 2013 and 2014 was defined by the court as indecent liberties, second-degree assault and assault in the fourth degree. For the victims who spoke at his sentencing on Friday, that wasn’t their experience.
    
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  • Second wave of resistance at Seattle Women's March
    Women’s marches took place all across the United States following the inauguration of Donald Trump, with a call to not only secure and protect women’s rights, but also defend human rights wherever they were threatened.
  • Students advancing conversations about consent
    Washington Congresswoman Suzan DelBene says the United States is at a point in time where conversations about sexual harassment and consent are critically important, and on Friday she thanked two members of Planned Parenthood’s Teen Council for doing that work with their peers in schools around the region.
  • Giving black youth Our Best
    National CARES Mentoring Movement founder Susan Taylor says Seattle’s commitment to improving the futures of black youths is an opportunity to be a model for cities around the country, and she looked to the black men in the audience to do their part.
    “What black boys really need is what black men must give."

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