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Beautiful Green Lake in October

There is rarely a bad time to walk around Green Lake, but I must admit a partiality to the fall season.  With the trees turning colors and the dogs prancing in delight at the crisp air and numerous pooch friendly opportunities, the joggers, bikes, baby strollers, walk and talkers, and even some rollerbladers, the Lake […]

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PCC Natural Market in Green Lake

PCC is a natural, organic Seattle food co-op.  I think of it as a lot like Whole Foods and a lot different.  Being local, it is, you could say, “very Seattle.”  By that I mean community values, green values, a laid back humorous vibe and delicious ripe fresh flavor.  There are nine locations around the […]

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Moonjar, Where Seattle Kids Spend, Save, and Give

Capitol Hill is known as a happening Seattle hang out neighborhood, whether you want to stroll, shop or sip.  There are more eateries, upscale, casual or edgy, than you can count on all your fingers and toes, and the fingers and toes of all your friends too, and I never get farther than half a […]

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Teen Tix Pass gives Teens Access to Seattle Arts

13 to 19?  Experience All Kinds of Art Events for $5 with the Seattle Arts Teen Tix program! For some Seattle teens, this program is the door to Art. Not only does it provide great access to city Arts Events, but it puts the selection and the scheduling into the hands of the teens, making […]

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Sweet Capitol Hill Saffari

Molly Moon’s Handmade Ice Cream – Artisan ice cream with flavors like “Apple Pie Ice Cream” and “Strawberry Rhubarb Sorbet,” said by aficionados to be “Seattle’s finest ice cream.”  Be warned, some claim many of the flavors taste pretty much alike!  You’ll have to try it and see for yourself (and let me know what […]

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Edmonds Excitement in January

Welcome to my favorite part of the Pacific Northwest: Edmonds, Washington.  I admit to being partial, and maybe it’s because I am a longtime Edmonds resident and real estate broker, but I prefer to think that I live and work here because it holds a special meaning for me.  After all, I have lived elsewhere […]

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Seattle’s Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park

Originally an offshoot of SAM, the Seattle Art Museum, SAAM is located Volunteer Park in the old Art Deco Building (which was the original home of SAM before the current new museum was built near Harbor Steps Park downtown).  There is always a part of the permanent collection on display as well as changing exhibitions, […]

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Today Seattle Center, Tomorrow Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival

by Edy Kizaki, Seattle Realtor and Branch Manager of our eXp Lake Union Office, 206-249-2914, edy@seattlecentric.com… never too busy for your questions and concerns!  We’re here for you. Not only is there a huge Celebration of the Next 50 down at Seattle Center today, the Lighthouse Festival in Mukilteo through tomorrow, but the salmon are […]

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America’s Car Museum by LeMay – New Major Greater Seattle Tourist Attraction

Tacoma Car Museum LeMay America’s Car Museum in Tacoma, Washington I am not at all a car enthusiast.  I drive my cars until they fall apart around me.  I could only get my wife to accompany me with the promise of good food and shopping at Tacoma’s Koreatown on South Tacoma Way.  But we were […]

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