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Posts for 'Seattle Center'

Introducing a piece of the Lake-to-Bay Loop

October 17th, 2012

Last Friday I heard from SDOT that people would be able to walk across the West Thomas Street overpass by the end of the day. I haven’t had the experience of making that walk yet, but that doesn’t dampen my enthusiasm about the project’s completion. I’m so glad it’s open. The West Thomas Street Overpass […]


On today’s arena vote

September 24th, 2012

I am pleased that after months of discussion, we are seriously considering a new arena for our SuperSonics and potentially an NHL team. I have moved from “Really? Spend public money on yet another sports arena?” to a qualified, “Yes.”  The proposed plan can work for the people and entities that concern me deeply: the City […]


Seattle Science Festival: A Chance to Inspire Girls and Women into STEM Classes and Careers

May 23rd, 2012

(Skip to the chase: download the Seattle Science Festival program, which incudes a detailed map of the Seattle Center grounds with the location of each exhibitor and performance stages as well as a schedule.) Having had the wonderful experience of becoming a pilot and certified flight instructor at age 50, I am an enthusiast for encouraging girls […]


KEXP – Powering Up at Seattle Center

September 16th, 2011

I am proud to say that “I power KEXP.” KEXP taught me that Fleet Foxes are not indigenous to Discovery Park and Built to Spill is not a code violation. Great music truly does build great community. That’s why it’s so exciting that this listener-powered radio station, which started out in UW’s MacMahon Hall almost […]


Seattle Center to serve again as our gathering place on September 11 anniversary

September 9th, 2011

Seattle Center measures its success by how well it fulfills its mission of engaging a rich and varied community, and even the most casual of visitor crossing the campus understands the accuracy of that statement. As a visitor onto the campus, you might marvel at the acrobatic moves of a teen skater in the skate […]


Applicants sought for Seattle Center’s People*Passion*Purpose Project

August 17th, 2011

One of the more ambitious projects leading up to The Next Fifty at Seattle Center is the P3 project: People*Passion*Purpose: A Learning Odyssey. Out of a pool of applicants, twenty-five people from Washington State will be chosen. Each will be paired up with a mentor, and over the nine months leading up to the start […]


New jobs & an economic boost via proposed Seattle Tourism Improvement Area initiative

August 15th, 2011

One week ago, I asked the “Question of the Week” via my Facebook page. We are at the peak of Seattle’s summer and I inquired, “Where do you take your out of town guests?” Answers varied on what constituted the hidden gems – perhaps the places or things an average Seattle visitor wouldn’t know to […]


The Next Fifty 10k race coming up August 27

August 3rd, 2011

Seattle Center continues to build on their efforts to share the impending arrival of the 50th anniversary of the 1962 World’s Fair. Known as the The Next Fifty, the celebration will run April 21, 2012, to October 21, 2012, and Seattle Center will host a grand celebration of exhibits, conferences, art installations, events and concerts, […]


Concerts at the Mural VIP contest starts today

July 22nd, 2011

As the Capitol Hill Block Party kicks in today, I’ll stick with the rock and roll theme and pass along information on Seattle Center’s newest contest en route to the 50th anniversary of the 1962 World’s Fair.  KEXP and Seattle Center present the annual Concerts at the Mural series at Seattle Center, and social media […]


Seattle Center debuts Flavor of the Fair

June 23rd, 2011

Today’s drizzly conditions don’t exactly reaffirm the arrival of summer and the trappings that come with it. At least Seattle Center has news on some new “tastes of summer” that honor the legacy of the 1962 World’s Fair. It’s part of the effort leading into next year’s 50th anniversary of the event, called The Next […]


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