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Author Luis Alberto Urrea Discusses New Book At The Seattle Public Library

Acclaimed Mexican-American author Luis Alberto Urrea will engage in a conversation with Moira Macdonald, the art critic of the Seattle Times, regarding his new novel.

Author Cheon Myeong-Kwan To Present Newly Translated Book At The Seattle Public Library

Originally published in 2004, “Whale” is the English-language debut of beloved and bestselling South Korean author Cheon Myeong-Kwan.

Author Abraham Verghese To Discuss New Book At The Seattle Public Library

Seattle Public Library welcomes writer Abraham Verghese as he presents his long-awaited new novel "The Covenant of Water"

SPL It’s About Time Writers’ Reading Series To Discuss The Writer’s Craft: The Tool of Theme

The Seattle Public Library in partership with the The Ballard Branch welcomes the 403rd meeting of the It's About Time Writers' Reading Series with C. Lill Ahrens.

Author Matt Baume To Discuss New Book At The Seattle Public Library

The Seattle Public Library will welcome Matt Baume as he presents his new book "Hi Honey, I’m Homo!” and reveals the behind-the-scenes struggles to put queer people on the air with humor and humanity.

Seattle Public Library Event To Feature Cascadia Field Guide: Art, Ecology, Poetry

This unique field guide blends art and science to celebrate this diverse yet interconnected region through natural and cultural histories, poetry, and illustrations.

Seattle Parks and Recreation Summer 2023 Hours At Golden Gardens And Alki Beach for Summer 2023

The shortened hours will assist in addressing dangerous and/or illegal behavior typical of summer evening uses at these two parks in response to public input and nearby community complaints.

Washington State’s Public Disclosure Commission Considers Guidance On Use Of Campaign Funds

The Public Disclosure Commission (PDC) is set to hold a special meeting to gather public comment and consider two options for agency guidance regarding the use of campaign funds received for a different office than currently sought.

Tacoma Implements Solid Waste Tax To Fund Community Cleanup Programs

Starting April 1, 2023, Tacoma residents and businesses will see a new charge of 6% on their solid waste bills to fund and expand community cleanup programs.

Get Ready To Run: King County Elections Offers Workshops For Prospective Candidates

King County Elections (KCE) will be hosting four virtual workshops for individuals interested in running for office. The workshops will provide important information on how to file for office, key deadlines, submitting local voters’ pamphlet statements, voter lists, and much more.

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