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Mayor, Council Celebrate Priority Hire Ordianance

SEATTLE (Jan. 29, 2015) –  In a move seen as a boon for the South End community Mayor Ed Murray, city councilmembers, construction contractors,  and workers today celebrated the signing of Seattle’s new priority hire law that will bring more jobs to disadvantaged communities through City construction projects of $5 million or more.  Continue reading Mayor, Council Celebrate Priority Hire Ordianance

Review: The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love Suicide

by Mary Hubert

The Fourth Graders Present an Unnamed Love Suicide is a title that speaks volumes, to say the least. On the surface, it depicts a play that is funny, potentially heartwarming, and a bit edgy. The play, performed by Ghost Light Theatricals, seemed like it tried to do just that. Unfortunately, despite the awesome venue, free drinks, friendly house managers, and an ensemble that was on the whole talented, the piece ultimately failed to land. Continue reading Review: The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love Suicide

Rainier Beach Hungry for Redwing Cafe

This article was originally published on Southend Seattle and is reprinted with permission.

By Kate Clark

The story behind Redwing Cafe’s name brings to mind the “Cheers” theme song, “Where everybody knows your name.” Anthony Campbell, co-owner of Rainier Beach’s new coffee spot, said the name comes from the town, Redwing, Minnesota, where his grandparents lived. “It was always a warm and welcoming place to go, where someone was always happy to see you. That is kind of the feeling I wanted for this place,” Anthony said. Continue reading Rainier Beach Hungry for Redwing Cafe

A Call For Peace: Christians March for an End to Violence in the South End

by drea chicas

A large and moving crowd had residents in the South-end asking questions on Saturday morning. Why were folks walking, talking, and singing aloud on a rainy morning? Who were these people holding hands and linking arms along Rainier Ave. South, their children marching beside them? Continue reading A Call For Peace: Christians March for an End to Violence in the South End