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Occupy Seattle Protests Ramp Up

6 arrested and pepper spray deployed in Occupy Seattle protests

Bottles were thrown and more pepper spray was deployed Wednesday night as Seattle police and Occupy Seattle protesters clashed outside the downtown Sheraton Hotel. view full article

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Viaduct for Dummies: When Will the Rest of That Thing Come Down?

SR99 Route into Seattle

Today's VFD update: A response to the random question from the back seat this morning as we weasled our way onto the Viaduct in SoDo. "I thought the Viaduct was coming down. So why are we still getting on it?"

Listen, Billy, it ain't that simple. Rebuilding Seattle's north-south access via SR 99 is going to take years...about four more, to be exact. And until it's all built, the Viaduct's not coming down.

Now that we're all getting so good at riding the SoDo Coaster, here's a look at some of the key timeline highlights, all just estimates, courtesy of WSDOT: Read more »

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Homemade in Seattle: A Book of Wonders

If you already have tickets to SAM Remix, you can get a FREE copy (1 of 50 limited editions) of a beautiful hand-bound, two-sided book fresh "off the presses" from Folio 2011. Read more »

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More Things to Do This Halloween Weekend

Trick-or-treating? We’ve got you covered.

Want to stay in a watch a good scary movie? Double check.

Have an awesome costume and want to find something better than your typical, stand-around-until-the-punch-dries-up sorta party? Voila: Read more »

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Best Scary Movies to Watch on Halloween

Hello, old friend.

In case the weekend shut-ins among us need a little help rounding off the perfect horror movie marathon. (Watch at your own discretion – we can’t be responsible for any “accidents.”)

Listed in no particular order:

The Fly
You will never look at Jeff Goldblum the same way again.

Night of the Living Dead (1968)
The zombie movie that schooled the rest.

The Shining
Redrum.

Black Swan
Natalie Portman scares me. Read more »

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