Posts for July, 2017

The Next Big Move to Get Off the Streets: Seattle’s Navigation Center

July 25th, 2017

“Everything is double-hard out here, including being clean.” This bit of wisdom came from Sidney who spoke in May with the Seattle Times.   He was living in a tent on South Dearborn at the time.   He’d been homeless for two years and was struggling to survive.  He was trying to figure out on a daily […]


Expanding the Jewel of Seattle: Pike Place MarketFront opens its doors!

July 12th, 2017

Pike Place Market has long been the jewel of Seattle—110 years next month to be exact. I live just five blocks away from the Market, and I relish my time selecting fresh fruit and flowers from market vendors every week.  Seattle is fortunate, indeed, to have such a vibrant, historic piece of our legacy for […]


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