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Savage Love Quickies by Dan Savage I'm a 29-year-old cis straight male. What are the ethics of having a minor cum/breeding kink? Thanks, Dan! No one chooses their kinks—our kinks choose us—so having a kink doesn't raise ethical issues. Acting on our kinks¦
The Stranger | 2 hours, 51 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Tacoma TOD breaks ground Cornus House, an eight-story 199-unit transit-oriented development at 2502 Pacific Ave. in Tacoma, has broken ground. Units at the affordable workforce housing development are described as “well-appointed small apartments.”
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce | 6 hours, 51 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
LIHI nabs 71 Capitol Hill units, brand-new and empty, for $21M The recently completed Harvard Lofts, at 225 Harvard Ave. E., sold last week for $21 million. The buyer, via an LLC, was the Low Income Housing Institute, which announced the planned deal over one year ago.
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce | 6 hours, 51 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Skanska to start 31-story Belltown tower next month Skanska says it will start its $296 million Kaye apartment tower next month at 2208 Fourth Ave. in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood. Skanska is both the builder and developer of the project.
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce | 6 hours, 51 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Indigenous cafe opens in Pioneer Square Today marks the grand opening of ?l?al Cafe, a new indigenous-owned cafe at 108 Second Ave. Ext. S. in Pioneer Square.
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Over 600 units planned for Lincoln Towing yard, with land yet to trade hands Offering about 5.7 acres, and surprisingly free of pollution, the Lincoln Towing yard remains the great white whale of Aurora Avenue North.
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce | 6 hours, 51 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
96 Redmond units take shape near park What the city dubs Anderson Park Apartments is headed for its next design review on Thursday. And, indeed, the site at 16912 N.E. 79th St. does face Anderson Park. It's also a few steps northeast of the future downtown light rail station, now expected to
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce | 6 hours, 51 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
LIHI acquires 71-unit apartment building on Capitol Hill Tenants will include people moving in from tiny houses and shelters and those living on the street, says LIHI's executive director.
bizjournals.com | 7 hours, 59 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Security Properties returns to Lacey for $124M purchase The deal comes less than a year after the Seattle real estate investor bought a separate Lacey property for $92 million.
bizjournals.com | 10 hours, 6 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Slog PM: Metallica's Coming but They're Taking Their Time, Broadway Gets Jinkxed, and Don't Pretend You Wouldn't Buy 44 Pounds of Cheese If Yo The Stranger's evening news roundup. by Matt Baume Mutual aid fair tomorrow. Organizers will have clothing, food, reading material, and more at Cal Anderson Park tomorrow evening. With the weather dropping below freezing, it's a good time to extend a he
The Stranger | 13 hours, 1 minute ago | comment? | recommend

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