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He was all dressed up in his fancy uniform, and had on all the medals and everything. But the crowd took up Alki Avenue all the way from 59th down to 64th.

As we segued into the Bush era, we had no idea what was about to happen to the world, and the events of 9/11 hit us all like a ton of bricks. was a cafe [...] where the Trader Joe’s on Capitol Hill is now.

’ All those years, I had been performing at the Black & Tan and they had never knew that there was an exit through Art’s Ten-Cent Store.” -Kibibi Monié, in an interview with Ghosts of Seattle Past"It is strange to me that you can go into a room and learn so much of what may happen, and why, and then that place disappears.

Every good city needs a good metaphysical bookstore.

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