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Capitol Hill Housing: Now Serving a Community Center for The Arts

 By Auria Horne It goes without saying that city life isn’t cheap. Dealing with pricey parking, expensive groceries, and higher rent can take a toll on our wallets. Seattle certainly isn’t exempt from this. In fact, it’s not only the city with the highest cost of living in Washington, but according to its cost of […]

Who Are You and What Do You Do?

By Rosalie Anne Cabison “Are you a dancer?” The answer is a simple yes or no, except it isn’t that simple for me. There is a strong amount of evidence that points to yes: I enjoy dancing, I appreciate the art of dance, I’ve choreographed group dance pieces, I am currently the president of a […]