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CityStream3/29/2012 Biking in Seattle could get safer as the City looks at ways to get off the beaten path with a proposed Urban Greenway grid. Then, it`s an innovative way to generate art, revenue and activity to vacant storefronts. How Storefronts Seattle is breathing new life into buildings and neighborhoods. Plus, find out how the police department is a national leader when it comes to bike patrols. Join host Cameron Wong from Lake Union Park for these stories and more.
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CityStream: Urban Greenways Biking in Seattle could get safer as the City looks at ways to get off the beaten path with a proposed Urban Greenway grid. Producer Jeff Gentes shows us how the idea is gaining popularity from bikers and pedestrians.
CityStream Splashback: Storefronts Seattle With the economy down, many businesses are forced to close leaving vacant stores in their wake. But an innovative program is bringing life back to some neighborhoods and these would-be-empty buildings. Storefronts Seattle is taking those empty spaces and turning them into eye catching works of art while stimulating the economy and conversation of the neighborhood.
Pet of the Week: Toby -- ADOPTED Toby is calm, friendly, and very affectionate. His foster home said he`s was one of the nicest cats they had ever cared for. A true lap cat that loves human attention and purrs the instant he`s touched. His foster family had a calm, friendly male cat that he enjoyed hanging out with. He likes using his scratching post, or cardboard scratching box, as well as a covered litter box.