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10 dog-friendly hikes in and around Seattle

Take your best friends on some beautiful walks, from Discovery Park to Mount Si.

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14 gorgeous waterfront campgrounds near Seattle

Take your tent on a beach vacation.

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Seattle starts the electric scooter process

The city has long resisted an electric scooter share—but is about to start catching up.

Vashon Island cottage comes with storybook cabin for $675K

Located on more than an acre, the home comes with trails, a stable, and plenty of space to garden.

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Where to buy houseplants in Seattle

Time to turn your home into a jungle

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8 hikes for swimming and wading in the Cascade Mountains

There’s nothing like finishing a sweaty hike with a dip in the cold, alpine water.

Rainier Square skyscraper, set to be second-tallest in Seattle, reaches its full height

At 850 feet tall, it’s set to be the second-highest tower in all of Seattle—and as of last week, it already kind of is.

Sounder train will make weekend trips for Seahawks games

Driving to the game is unpleasant—so why not share a train from the ‘burbs with a bunch of other fans?

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Stoned in Seattle: 20 fun places to go when you’re high

Explore Seattle’s chillest or weirdest destinations—depending on your experience.

What $4,000 rents in Seattle right now

Let’s get fancy... or let’s get roommates

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Seattle’s 10 best recreational cannabis stores, mapped

The Seattle recreational cannabis market has exploded, and it’s a lot to navigate. Here’s where to stop first.

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Is a recession coming? Here’s what that means for housing

Experts agree that the housing market is on much firmer footing than it was in 2008.

Seattle homelessness pilot hopes to finally reach those living in cars

How Seattle is trying to get safe lots—programs that provide space and services for those sleeping in their vehicles—right

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11 Seattle farmers markets worth visiting

Seattle is full of farmers markets with tons of unique offerings just waiting to be discovered.

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The TV issue

The homes we see on TV are mirrors of—and inspirations for—our own

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Center City Connector streetcar project keeps inching forward

The fraught streetcar project just got a loan from the city to figure out exactly what it needs to keep going.

Adaptive reuse of former funeral home breaks ground in Fremont

Bleitz Funeral Home is getting a new life as new office space springs up around it

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The Seattle filming locations of '10 Things I Hate About You,' mapped

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What $1,900 rents in Seattle right now

If you had a budget of $1,900, would you rent a Ballard mother-in-law apartment or a house near Skyway?

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The Curbed Seattle moving guide

Everything you need to know to make the city your home

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Fares on Washington State Ferries are going up this October

The increase comes as the ferry system goes for a greener fleet. A low-income fare pilot is likely on the way.

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12 essential Seattle-area hiking trails

Classic day hikes in and near Seattle

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11 transit-accessible camping trips near Seattle

Does your idea of an outdoor adventure involve transit?

Voters poised to approve six-year parks and open space funding in King County

Early ballot returns show a landslide of approval

Alexis Hotel remodel includes Sub Pop collaboration

All the guestrooms got a warm, modern look, but the suites have some extra touches

What we know about the smoke covering Seattle

We’re getting another end-of-summer smoky weather situation.

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Will trade tensions scare away foreign real estate buyers?

Foreign property sales were down $43 billion from last year. Is it a possible sign of the "Trump effect"?

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Seattle’s 15 coolest playgrounds

From fire trucks to gardens

A quick guide to Seattle’s SR 99 tunnel

When did it open? How does it work?

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America has a housing segregation problem. Seattle may just have the solution.

Economist Raj Chetty found the program has "the largest effect I’ve ever seen in a social science intervention."

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9 secret spots on the University of Washington Campus

Seek out these little pockets of the UW campus for picnics, views, or some extracurricular education—from a mini-beach to lesser-known public art.

What $2,900 rents in Seattle right now

For $2,900 a month, would you rent a one-bedroom, new-construction apartment—or one of a selection of vintage houses?

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Americans spend too much money on housing. Why aren’t the candidates talking about it?

The topic has barely come up in the presidential debates, but it’s one of the biggest issues we face as a country

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15 Seattle parks with outdoor exercise equipment

Seattle parks can basically replace a gym—for free.

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11 transit-accessible hikes in and around Seattle

For those who hate driving, and more importantly, those without a car who still want to access the region’s amazing natural areas, it’s possible to go hiking by transit both within the city and nearby.

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27 houseboats and floating homes for sale in Seattle right now

Live the floating life—literally—on Lake Union with these on-the-water homes in Westlake, Eastlake, and Wallingford.

Historic Capitol Hill cottage offers period opulence for $1M

Built as an offshoot of the Skinner Mansion, this home is a smaller slice of Millionaire’s Row.

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15 parks near Seattle with cabin rentals

Get outdoors, but not too outdoors, on the cheap, with cabins along the beach, in the woods—or even on a small island.