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  • Traffic study to reveal Dorffel Drive’s local use
    Dorffel Drive, in the middle of the Denny-Blaine neighborhood, has seen more and more cut-through traffic over time. SDOT has finally agreed to a traffic study with hopes of permanent change.
  • FOOD MATTERS | Waiting for brunch
    When “Cider House” took itself to Los Angeles and then to Broadway, Platt teamed up with colleague Paul “Pablo” Butler, the Spanish teacher at Charles Wright, and plunged into the restaurant business.
  • SEATTLE SOUNDINGS | Schools out?
    As parents and teachers prepared for a new school year, the state Supreme Court quietly agreed in August to hear a case that may prove as influential as McCleary v. State of Washington for the state’s public schools.
  • HEALTHY TODAY | School nutrition: Food for thought and fun
    Packing healthy lunches is one area parents often don’t think through until just days before the first day of school.
    
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  • Beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, all state Route 520 lanes across Lake Washington will shut down in both directions between Interstate 405 and Montlake Boulevard for striping of the new lanes and other work. They will reopen at 5 a.m. Monday, Sept. 15. 
  • Take an old-school-style slasher and cross it with a Hitchcock thriller. Then mix in Jason Bourne and “The Terminator.” Throw in a little bit of Lifetime family drama, and you’ve got Adam Wingard’s “The Guest.” 
  • The Central Library (1000 Fourth Ave.) will host the 2014 Seattle Design Festival, featuring 20 free programs over two days that explore the theme “Design in Motion.” 
  • Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has put forth a plan for consideration in the city’s new budget: the creation of a new Department of Education and Early Learning. 
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