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Come wander aisles and aisles of collectible books, maps, manuscripTs, prints, photographs, autographs, postcards, posters, fine bindings, broadsides, and ephemera at this rare book sale. Dealers from England, Canada, the US, and more will be offering them for sale and you can meet with specialists from all corners of the world!  The 2018 Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair is in loving memory of Louis Collins, the beloved Seattle book dealer, who died of a heart attack on January 2nd, 2018.  He was the longtime proprietor of Louis Collins Books on Capitol Hill. More Info

ABOUT SEATTLE CENTER
The center of Seattle is home to everything from glassy skyscrapers to historic brick buildings, modern boutiques to flagship department stores, and some of the

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A two-day event, the Northwest Tea Festival is an educational event showcasing the multifaceted world of tea.  The goal of the festival is to provide experiences covering all aspects of tea, from the cultural to the historical and the sensory to the scientific. The festival is appropriate for people of all ages and levels of tea experience.  Dates and Times

ABOUT SEATTLE CENTER
The center of Seattle is home to everything from glassy skyscrapers to historic brick buildings, modern boutiques to flagship department stores, and some of the country’s hottest restaurants.  Near Seattle Center you will find the world famous Pike Place Market, Seattle Great Wheel, and the Nordstrom flagship store.  People of all ages

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Washington State is home to nearly 70 cheesemakers! The Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival showcases a wide variety of artisan and farmstead cheeses made in Washington. Meet the cheesemakers and sample some of the finest cheeses made here. Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival is a benefit for the Washington State Cheesemakers Association, a non-profit organization whose mission is to support Washington cheesemakers through education, promotion and collaboration. More Info

ABOUT SEATTLE CENTER
The center of Seattle is home to everything from glassy skyscrapers to historic brick buildings, modern boutiques to flagship department stores, and some of the country’s hottest restaurants.  Near Seattle Center you

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Each year on one magical summer night, thousands of spectators gather to watch as more than 100 parade units march, float and dance in celebration of Seattle. The 2018 Alaska Airlines Torchlight Parade will feature entries from clowns and pirates to drill teams and equestrian units. In it’s 69th year, the parade continues to highlight and celebrate communities from the greater Seattle’s diverse cultural landscape including Children’s Friendship Festival, Indigenouz PlaceMakerz, Sikhs of Washington and many more. The parade begins at Seattle Center and continues down 4th Avenue to South Washington Street. NEW THIS YEAR: a Beer Garden at Westlake Center for parade viewers 21+! More Info on the Torchlight Parade

About Seattle Center:

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Voted "Best Food Festival" 2016 & 2017, the Albert Lee Appliance Bite of Seattle® is Seattle's Original Food & Beverage Showcase featuring 60+ restaurants & pop-up vendors, Craft Beer & Cider Tasting, 80+ live bands, all NEW MUNCHIES @ The Mural, and free Bite Movie Night on Friday, July 20th, outdoor beer gardens, live cooking demonstrations and cook-offs on The Bite Cooks! stage, The Alley benefiting Food Lifeline, Family Fun Zone, sponsor activities & more! FREE ADMISSION! More about Bite of Seattle

About Seattle Center:

The center of Seattle is home to everything from glassy skyscrapers to historic brick buildings, modern boutiques to flagship department stores, and some of the country’s hottest restaurants.  Near Seattle Center you will

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Today's latest buzz is the head tax for large corporations in Seattle. If you've not heard the details, this Seattle Times article sums it up here:

The Seattle City Council voted unanimously Monday to approve the new tax on for-profit companies that gross at least $20 million annually, a change that will take effect Jan. 1 and continue until Dec. 31, 2023. Mayor Jenny Durkan and the council will finalize how the city spends the revenue, an estimated $47 million per year, when they put together the city’s budget this fall.

Why? Because of housing prices in Seattle and what they feel is the resulting homelessness because of unaffordability. 

Some area experts say that it's not about a lack of money but about zoning. If there were zoning changes, then

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