Ghosts of Seattle Past

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'Ramps to Nowhere' to come down
'Ramps to Nowhere' to come down
the city skyline is lit up at night with lights streaking down it's sides
Alaskan Way Viaduct Seattle Waterfront
the city, however does not tell its past, but contains it like the lines of a hand
Classic Quotes #45: A Week in Words and Pictures
#Quote: The city, however, does not tell its past, but contains it like the lines of a hand ~ Italo Calvino
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Preorder the Ghosts of Seattle Past anthology right stinking now - Ghosts of Seattle Past
The book is a book! Check out the Ghosts of Seattle Past ToC and new book trailer, and preorder now!
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Come to Our Epic Two-Part Book Launch on April 11th - Ghosts of Seattle Past
Don't miss the epic Ghosts of Seattle Past anthology release afterparty at the JewelBox Theatre, April 11th, 9:30pm with musical guest Aaron Semer!
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Come to Our Epic Two-Part Book Launch on April 11th - Ghosts of Seattle Past
Don't miss the epic Ghosts of Seattle Past anthology release reading at Elliott Bay Books on April 11th, at 7pm!
One last sneak-peek excerpt from our Ghosts of Seattle Past anthology before its publication date, April 11: Elissa Washuta's essay "White City" is top of The Offing today! Outdoor, White City, City, Sneak Peek, River, White
White City - The Offing
One last sneak-peek excerpt from our Ghosts of Seattle Past anthology before its publication date, April 11: Elissa Washuta's essay "White City" is top of The Offing today!
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Ghosts Contributor News - Ghosts of Seattle Past
Peter Mountford's essay on The Canterbury, loss, and both cities and people growing up will be published in the Ghosts of Seattle Past anthology and recently appeared in Seattle Weekly.
an older woman with blonde hair and a quote on her face that says, a place belongs to forever to whoever claims it
On claiming ownership.
On claiming ownership. | The 14 Most Eye-Opening Quotes By Joan Didion
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Art Exhibit “BOOM: Changing Seattle” Demands Answers - The Urbanist
BOOM: Changing Seattle exhibit at Center for Architecture and Design features Ghosts of Seattle Past's anthology splayed across a table
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Art Exhibit “BOOM: Changing Seattle” Demands Answers - The Urbanist
BOOM: Changing Seattle wall info
a group of people standing around each other in a room with pictures on the wall
Art Exhibit “BOOM: Changing Seattle” Demands Answers - The Urbanist
BOOM: Changing Seattle Jaimee Garbacik (rt) and Josh Powell (ctr) from Ghosts of Seattle Past, at the opening of their exhibit at the Center for Architecture and Design
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Art Exhibit “BOOM: Changing Seattle” Demands Answers - The Urbanist
BOOM: Changing Seattle Curators S. Surface (rt) and Aletheia Wittman (left) in front of Eroyn Franklin's comic The Here from the Ghosts of Seattle Past anthology; BOOM: Changing Seattle exhibit at Center for Architecture and Design
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Art Exhibit “BOOM: Changing Seattle” Demands Answers - The Urbanist
BOOM: Changing Seattle exhibit at Center for Architecture and Design, feat. Ghosts of Seattle Past
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Check out Ghosts at the BOOM! exhibit - Ghosts of Seattle Past
The Center for Architecture and Design wants to bring artists, researchers, landscape-shapers and residents together to think through Seattle’s growth spurts. What places did we lose? What were we chasing after? What have we managed to preserve? The BOOM! exhibit focuses on four neighborhoods: Ballard, the Central District, South Lake Union, and SODO. Ghosts of Seattle Past will be exhibiting July 7-Aug 29!!