Georgetown Live

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Friday, Dec. 13, 2013: The Record broadcasted live from Button Makers shop in Georgetown (6012 12th Ave S)

Everyone loves to visit Georgetown: A lively arts scene, homegrown restaurants and historic architecture keep this gritty Seattle borough unique. But what’s it like to actually live there amid the planes, trains and automobiles?

The Record heads down to Georgetown to talk  with  residents about the present joys and future challenges facing their community.

Tell/show us your favorite thing about Georgetown. Post it to Twitter or snap a pic on Instagram and tag it with #georgetownlive.

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The Record continues its live broadcast from the Georgetown neighborhood with thoughts on raising a family and the challenges the Seattle Police faces in the district.

Flickr Photo/The Kozy Shack

The Record kicks off Georgetown Live with the district's unofficial historian, metro issues, an artistic uprising and a unique dining experience.

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Steve Scher talks with Fantagraphics store curator Larry Reid about the language of comics and with Nancy Pearl about her picks for great graphic novels.

Photos From A Live Broadcast In Georgetown

Dec 12, 2013
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The Record on KUOW broadcasted live from Button Makers in Georgetown (6012 12th Ave S) on December 13, 2013.  Listen to those stories here

If you live or work in Georgetown, tell us about your neighborhood. Share your stories and pictures on Twitter or Instagram using #georgetownlive.