September 2015

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West Seattle Home Grows Upward, Gets a Modern Makeover

A West Seattle couple starts a second story and a new chapter

It was the wrong house. Or at least Emily Trittschuh wrote down the wrong address to check out on her weekly, Sunday-afternoon house hunt. The 1953 pea-soup green, 2,520-square-foot, ranch-style residence in West Seattle’s Admiral District was over her budget, but, since she had already driven out, she saw no harm in a quick walkthrough.

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Seattle Photog’s Solo Show Reveals Portraits of Local Musicians

Nancy Guppy focuses on photographer Ernie Sapiro

Seattle photographer Ernie Sapiro has a remarkable ability to capture the essence of local dancers, athletes and musicians—the last of which have been his special focus over the past two years. In his new solo show, Musician: A Portrait Project (coproduced by Nancy Guppy), Sapiro exhibits revealing portraits of a diverse range of local musicians,…

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Road Trip: Port Townsend Boat Show and Film Festival

Why a trip to Port Townsend for September's Boat Show and Film festival is a must

WHERE:Port Townsend, a picturesque maritime city on the Olympic Peninsula. WHY: Because Port Townsend is great anytime, but even better when there’s a boat show or film fest. WHAT, PART 1: Since 1979, the Wooden Boat Festival (9/11–9/13; Point Hudson; nwmaritime.org) has celebrated Port Townsend’s historic past as a thriving seaport. This year, the party…

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