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Jimi's house to become guitars

By JOURNAL STAFF

JOI Guitars, a custom luthier shop on Vancouver Island, is building 10 acoustic guitars with a unique twist: they use salvaged wood from the first home bought by Jimi Hendrix's family in 1953 in Seattle's Central District.


WWU to start $20M Multicultural Center

By JOURNAL STAFF

Western Washington University is creating a Multicultural Center on top of the bookstore on its Bellingham campus.

Kent seeks developer for a downtown area hotel

By LYNN PORTER

The city of Kent wants a developer to build a hotel at Highway 167 and Willis Street — a key gateway to its growing downtown.


Quadrant planning 63 homes on landmarked 18-acre Laurelhurst site

By BRIAN MILLER

Quadrant Homes has the landmarked 17.8-acre former Battelle Memorial Institute campus near Laurelhurst under contract to buy, and plans houses there.


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A new art installation is lighting up the in the windows of downtown Tacoma’s famed Woolworth Building.  

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