These aren’t your typical loos. One uses microwave energy to transform human waste into electricity. Another captures urine and uses it for flushing. And still another turns excrement into charcoal. They are part of a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation competition to reinvent the toilet for the 2.6 billion people around the world who don’t have access to modern sanitation.
Just south of Seattle, there’s an open-air marketplace that is bursting with new eateries, a new salon, and outdoor seating around a gas burning fireplace. Look what’s new at Kent Station!
Washington state will begin requiring municipalities to use “rain gardens” and pervious pavement in new urban developments to combat rainwater pollution to the state’s rivers and lakes and to the Puget Sound, officials announced Wednesday.
The SLU Goodwill is preparing for its Grand Opening on July 26! Plus there are some other spots in Seattle’s newest neighborhood for you to check out!
Children’s clothing, furniture and home decor and tea, all new stores opening (and now open) in Seattle’s University Village open air shopping center!
At the annual swearing-in ceremony on the Fourth of July at the Seattle Center, 520 people from 79 nations will become U.S. citizens.
Nordstrom has announced its sixth area Nordstrom Rack store will open this fall at Northgate Mall in Seattle.
Chris Hansen has plenty of things he could be doing instead of standing before politicians to explain his plan for a half-billion dollar arena that could someday see the NBA return to Seattle.
The new 144-car ferries on order for the Washington state ferry service will be known as the Olympic class of vessels, named for the Olympic mountains.
Arena investor Chris Hansen has been questioned by the Seattle City Council about his proposal for a new arena that could lead to the return of the NBA.