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A Taste of Seattle, Washington

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DID YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT SEATTLE?

  1. Seattle is the northernmost major city in the contiguous United States, and the largest city in the Pacific Northwest and in the state of Washington. The 2010 census found that Seattle is home to 630,320 residents within a metropolitan area of some 3.4 million inhabitants.

  2. Seattle's current official nickname is the "Emerald City", the result of a contest held in 1981; the reference is to the lush evergreen forests of the area. Seattle is also referred to informally as the "Gateway to Alaska", "Rain City", and "Jet City", the last from the local influence of Boeing. Seattle residents are known as Seattleites.

  3. Seattle is ranked as one of the most car-congested cities in the United States, and efforts to promote compact development and transportation choices are perennial policy issues.

  4. The Henry Art Gallery opened in 1927, the first public art museum in Washington. The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) opened in 1933; SAM opened a museum downtown in 1991 (expanded and reopened 2007); since 1991, the 1933 building has been SAM's Seattle Asian Art Museum (SAAM). Regional ethnic collections include the Nordic Heritage Museum, the Wing Luke Asian Museum and the Northwest African American Museum.

  5. Seattle is the birthplace of rock legend Jimi Hendrix and the rock music style known as "grunge," which was made famous by local groups Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, and Pearl Jam. In more recent years, Seattle has been known for indie rock and hip hop music.

  6. The city is also home to such varied musicians as avant-garde jazz musicians Bill Frisell and Wayne Horvitz, rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot, smooth jazz saxophonist Kenny G, Heart, heavy metal bands Queensr˙che, Nevermore and Sunn O))), as well as such poppier rock bands as Harvey Danger, Goodness, and The Presidents of the United States of America. Such musicians as Jimi Hendrix, Duff McKagan, Nikki Sixx, and Quincy Jones spent their formative years in Seattle.

  7. Seattle's climate is usually described as Oceanic or Marine west coast, with fairly mild, wet winters and mild, relatively dry summers. Like much of the Pacific Northwest it falls within a cool, dry-summer subtropical zone, with cool-summer Mediterranean characteristics such as its usually dry summers.

Radio Stations
KMIH 88.9 FM Urban Contemporary
KSER 90.7 FM Everett, WA Variety
KBCS 91.3 FM Bellevue, WA Variety
KQMV 92.5 FM Bellevue, WA Urban Contemporary
K225AX (CP) 92.9 FM Variety
K225AX 92.9 FM White Center, WA Variety
KUBE 93.3 FM Seattle, WA Hip Hop
K233BU (KMIH) 94.5 FM Urban Contemporary
KCMS 105.3 FM Edmonds, WA Christian Contemporary
KBKS 106.1 FM Tacoma, WA Top-40
KIRO 710 AM Seattle, WA Sports
KHHO 850 AM Tacoma, WA Sports
KOMO 1000 AM Seattle, WA News
KKNW 1150 AM Seattle, WA News
KITZ 1400 AM Silverdale, WA Talk
KXPA 1540 AM Bellevue, WA Ethnic
KZIZ 1560 AM Pacific, WA Gospel Music
KYIZ 1620 AM Renton, WA Urban Contemporary

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Demographics of Seattle, Washington

By Race

White

Black

Native American

Asian

Hispanic

Total Population

71.3%

8.0%

0.9%

13.2%

5.6%

Because Hispanics could be counted in other races, the totals above could possibly be more than 100%. If you would like a detailed listing of all ethnic groups in the U.S., please Click Here.

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Famous Blacks from Seattle, Washington

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Businesses in Seattle, Washington


A small percentage of the businesses listed on BlackCityInfo.com may not necessarily be black owned and operated but have received favorable reviews from users who have visited the establishment, or from the owners themselves who warmly seek out African American patronage.


BEAUTY CARE - HAIR SALONS - MULTICULTURAL

  1. B.J. Beauty Supply -  Category: Beauty Supply -   2504 S. Jackson St Seattle, WA 98144 (206) 325-4544

  2. Carol's Essentials -  Category: Natural Woman/Hair Products -   1106 23rd Ave., Seattle, WA (206) 322-9390

  3. Danyale Lashaun Salon & Daye Spa -  Category: Barbers -   308 22nd Avenue S Apt 208 Seattle, WA 98144 (206) 322-3344  - (reviews)

  4. Good Hair Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  1918 Yesler Studio C - Seattle, WA (206) 709-7699 - (reviews)

  5. Golden Shears -  Category: Barbers -  9099 Seward Park Avenue S Seattle, WA 98118 (206) 722-5680  - (reviews)

  6. Gorgeous Braids -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  2301 South Jackson - Seattle, WA (206) 720-0349

  7. Hair Stylist to the Stars -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  6901 S 123rd St - Seattle, WA (206) 730-5548

  8. I AM Natural Beauty Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons - Locs, loc maintenance, loc styles, dread locks, loc extensions, interlocking, color retouch, highlights, dye, braids, braiding, braider, children, micros, designs, singles, tree braids, crochets, twist, sets, curls, roller sets, single strand twist, 2 strand twist, haircuts, cuts, extensions, weaves, and more! -   9462 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, Washington (206) 501-5054  - (visit website)

  9. Kinnetic Kinks -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  6326 Rainier Avenue South - Seattle, WA (206) 723-1600

  10. Living Color Beauty Salon -  Category: Black Beauty Salon -  Living Color Salon is a braiding and weaving salon, specializing in taking care of your natural hair and providing our clients with the education and the products to maintain their hair at home between salon visits. I have a passion for hair sculpting and making my clients fell better about there apperance, and while their in my company there is a since of family communication and connection with all my clients i have a calm loving personalty. Jamilia H. -   9416 Rainier Ave S. Seattle, Washington (206) 225-5794

  11. Mane Blow Dry Bar -  Category: Hair Salons -   717 Pine St Seattle, WA 98101 (206) 352-6263  - (reviews)

  12. Mary Collins Spa Salon -  Category: African American Spa -  3513 S. Genesee Street - Seattle, WA 981s26 (206) 722-1819

  13. Michaela's Salon and Spa -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  822 12th Ave - Seattle, WA (206) 931-8443

  14. Nai Millér Beauty Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons - Classic and modern hairstyling for men, women, and children -  4270 South Mead Street - Seattle, WA (206) 721-1768

  15. Ola Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons - Ola Salon is low on hype, but high on style. On simple principles of giving customers great hair, impeccable service and a creative environment to relax in -   2942 Avalon Way SW, Seattle, Washington (206) 933-6702  - (visit website)

  16. Roses & Siga African Hair Braiding -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  6301 Rainier Avenue S - Seattle, WA (206) 725-0077

  17. Salon Modello -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  1420 5th Ave.#213 - Seattle, WA (206) 909-3440

  18. Soul the Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons - Specialties: Natural Hair, Full Spa -  2508 Fifth Avenue - Seattle, WA (206) 441-3308  - (reviews)

  19. Source Salon & Spa -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   5400 NW Leary Ave, Seattle, Washington (206) 789-4500  - (reviews)

  20. Stylus Salon & Spa -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  2321 2nd Avenue - Seattle, WA (206) 789-5871

  21. The Kolmara Studio -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  2308 East Madison St - Seattle, WA (206) 940-2158

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BLACK BUSINESSES - SERVICES - VENDORS ETC.

  1. African American Business & Employment Journal -  Category: African American Newspaper -   PO Box 22258, Seattle WA 98122 (206) 322-6117 aabej@seanet.com (Charlie James.)

  2. Alltreatment.com -  Category: Drug Rehab Center -   Finding a drug rehab center is a complex and emotional process. Beginning one's recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction to a place of sobriety, a place of physical well-being, and a place of emotional freedom from drugs is a true challenge. Our aim at AllTreatment is to educate, inform, and guide our users through their own recovery or the recovery of a loved one. We suggest you begin your search for a drug rehab center by selecting the state you live in below. Browse through our comprehensive directory of drug treatment centers.   - 999 Third Ave, Seattle WA  - (visit website)

  3. Black Genealogy Research Group of Seattle -  Category: Black/African American Genealogy -   PO Box 22848 Seattle, WA 98122 (206) 784-0337

  4. Black Heritage Society of Washington State -  Category: Black/African American Genealogy -   PO Box 22961 Seattle, WA 98122-096 (206) 551-3278 - (visit website)

  5. Brother's Books -  Category: Black Book Stores -   11443 Rainier Ave. S. Seattle, WA 98178-3954 (206) 772-0330

  6. Carol's Essentials Ethnic Gifts and Books -  Category: Black Book Stores -   1106 23rd Avenue Seattle, Washington 98122 (206) 322-9390 carolsessentials@email.msn.com

  7. Communications Energy Technology Solutions Inc -  Category: Contractor -   A general and electrical contractor specializing in industrial and marine, electrical and electronics. We are headquarted in Seattle , WA with satilite offices in Alaska and Michigan.   - 1441 N Nothlake Way, Seattle WA (206) 420-3261  - (visit website)

  8. Fish On Bait and Tackle Shop / Cafe -  Category: Fishing -   One of most best kept secrets in Seattle, were in Seattle can you go fishing for some of the best salmon runs, ling cod giants, and always great squid fishing. Along with all of these fishing adventures you can enjoy one of the best sunsets and views in the city, hmmmm let's see I almost forgot the best home cooked meals within the inter bay area. All the equipment you'll need to purchase or rent to go catch that trophy, so check us out on Facebook and come on down and enjoy.   - 955 Alaskan Way W. Pier 86, Seattle WA (206) 284-2235  - (visit website)

  9. George Stewart -  Category: Accountants -   Seattle, Washington (206) 328-8554

  10. Jennifer Watson, Ph. D. -  Category: Children, Adolescents, Adults -   1314 NE 43rd St. - University District Seattle 98105 drjenniferwatson@yahoo.com (206) 331-2453

  11. Julia Boyd, M.Ed. -  Category: African American Therapists -   Group Health Coop. Seattle, Washington (206) 287-2500

  12. Micheal Kane, MSW, Psy.D. -  Category: African American Therapists -   South Seattle, Washington (206) 723-8448 mkaneassoc@comcast.net

  13. Sandra Walker, MD -  Category: African American Therapists -   Harborview, Central Seattle, Washington (206) 624-0296

  14. Seattle Medium -  Category: African American Newspaper -   2600 South Jackson, Post Office 22047, Seattle, WA, 98122 (206) 323-3070

  15. The Facts -  Category: African American Newspaper -   Post Office Box 22015, Seattle, WA, 98122 (206) 324-0552

  16. 100 Black Men of Greater Seattle -  Category: Community Service -   President: Mr. Danny Pearson 1700 7th Avenue Suite 116 #334 Seattle, WA 98101

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RECREATION

  1. Eastside Golf Club -  Category: Golf Clubs -   Seattle, WA Home Course: Jefferson Park GC

  2. Fir State Golf Club -  Category: Golf Clubs -   3418 Martin Luther King Way S. Seattle, WA 98178 (206) 725-0688

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DINING - CATERING - BBQ - SOUL FOOD

  1. Alexandria's -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   2020 2nd Ave. (206) 374-3700 Seattle, Washington 98121

  2. Casuelieta's Island Soul -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   4869 Brainer Avenue South - Seattle, WA (206) 329-1202

  3. Dallas BBQ Soul Food And Catering -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants - Soul Food in a quiet atmosphere. -   2519 S Jackson St - Seattle, WA (206) 329-5814

  4. Ezell's Famous Chicken -  Category: Southern, Soul Food, Fast Food -   11805 Renton Ave S Seattle, WA 98178 (206) 772-1925  - (reviews)

  5. Island Soul Restaurant -  Category: Island Soul Caribbean Cuisine -   4869 Rainier Ave S., South Seattle, WA 98118 (206) 329-1202  - (visit website)

  6. Joanna's Soul Cafe & Jazz -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   501 23rd Avenue South - Seattle, WA (206) 568-6300

  7. Rose Petals Restaurant -  Category: Southern, Soul Food -   6901 Martin Luther King Jr Way S Seattle, WA 98118 (206) 725-7746  - (reviews)

  8. Seattle's Kickn Chicken -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -  7250 Rainier Ave S. Seattle, WA 98127  - (reviews)

  9. The Right Taste -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   6901Mlk Way S Seattle, WA 98118 (206) 354-8646  - (reviews)

  10. Willie's Taste of Soul BBQ -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   6305 Beacon Avenue South - Seattle, WA (206) 722-3229

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CITY VIDEO CONNECTION


A MOMENT IN TIME from Seattle Washington. Pikes Place Market Seattle Gosspel Singers with Soul Afro American african american singer trio quad.

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black/african american special events

Aki Con 2015

Aki Con is an Anime Manga convention it is also a Halloween event. With indoor all ages trick or treating and of course the anime themed Haunted house

Events to highlight: Hello Kitty Birthday party on Sunday including cake decorating contest!

$2000 in cash prizes!

20 different contests: Fashion show, Pokemon drawing, pumpkin craving, pocky stacking, cosplay showdown and more

Jennifer C. concert
Haunted house
Aki con Drag show
Trick or Treating
Final Fantasy Tournament
Special guests! Josh Grelle and J. Michael Tatum
Ramen Eating contest
Concerts and dances every night!
plus your personal favorites

www.akicon.org

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black/african american opinion

BUNDLES OF TALENT

I got bundles of talent in me from reading, writting, and creating media both audio and visual projects of my art about the environment and how I see current events by speaking out. I am all of unemployed, I been denied to attend classes under college level, and I haven't payed a personal bill of my own in like eight months; I was once in prison eight years ago and I think they are (the employment system) still discriminating against me, as a rehabilitated ex-felon word to God.

I have no known association with any friends in great places, who maybe can throw me a chance for employmentopportunity, I have many talents to give in effort to ensure that my bosses are rrecieving satisfactory results. What should I do, I am to stress about employment to focus on school and homework. Is it really a problem.

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CHURCHES



  1. First Ame Church -  1522 14th Avenue, Seattle, WA (206) 324-3664  - (visit website)

  2. Mt Zion Baptist Church -  1634 19th Avenue, Seattle, WA (206) 322-6500

  3. New Hope Baptist Church -  116 21st Avenue, Seattle, WA (206) 323-4212

  4. Primm A M E Church -  4455 South Brandon Street, Seattle, WA (206) 723-1532

  5. Walker Chapel AME Church -  800 28th Avenue South, Seattle, WA (206) 325-8468  - (visit website)

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ENTERTAINMENT



  1. Alibi Room -  Category: Nightclub -  85 Pike St. Ste 410, Seattle WA (206) 623-3180  - (visit website)

  2. Island Soul Restaurant -  Category: Reggae Music - Soul Food   Live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights -   4869 Rainier Ave S., South Seattle, WA 98118 (206) 329-1202  - (visit website)

  3. Seattle's Trinity Nightclub -  Category: Nightclub -  111 Yesler Way, Seattle WA (206) 447-4140  - (visit website)

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ANNUAL EVENTS



  1. Bumbershoot Festival
    September - Seattle Center - Downtown Seattle Washington

    Bumbershoot Seattle is a huge 3-Day Party that celebrates the end of Summer.


  2. Earshot Jazz Festival
    October - Various Locations throughout Seattle Washington

    This annual Jazz Festival lasting Two Weeks from October - November... brings in notable Jazz Players from all around the world.


  3. Festival Sundiata
    June  - (visit website)

    African-American Celebration. The festival celebrates the arts and educates the community about people of African descent who form a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities.


  4. Seattle International Comedy Competition
    Call (206) 628-0303 for more information.

    Held at the Comedy Underground, SICC is an elimination contest / touring festival for professionals with 23 shows in 26 days in 17 venues.


  5. World Rhythm Festival
    April - Seattle Center - Downtown Seattle Washington

    Three days of an amazing range of world musical traditions including African, Middle-Eastern, Latin, Indian, North American and more.


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