The University of Washington’s Living Voters Guide, presented in partnership with Seattle’s CityClub, is adding fact-checking by Seattle Public Library staff in its third year.
Just because citywide budget cuts have forced the Seattle Public Library to close its doors for a week starting Monday, doesn’t mean kids will be left without good books or fun things to do during that time. A group is organizing a “People’s Library” in the Central District—and it needs children and YA titles.
The Seattle Public Library (SPL) has partnered with the University of Washington‚Äôs acclaimed KEXP radio (90.3 FM) to offer access to KEXP‚Äôs collection of approximately 3,200 live, in-studio performances recorded at the station. The recordings‚Äîincluding performances from up-and coming local groups, as well as nationally popular acts such as Arcade Fire, Wilco, Death Cab for Cutie, Norah Jones, and the Black Keys‚Äîcan now be discovered and streamed via SPL’s online public access catalog.
This article has been updated to include the results of the council vote. On April 9 the Seattle City Council unanimously approved placing a property-tax levy on the August primary ballot on behalf of the Seattle Public Library, according to the Seattle Times. The Council held a hearing on April 3 to hear testimony on the [...]