Because of a strong gay and lesbian presence, Broadway has been likened to San Francisco’s Castro District, but it could also be Berkeley’s Telegraph Avenue. It’s a great place to people-watch and catch up on the latest fashion statements from the youthful art crowd.
You're guaranteed to see more black leather skirts and jackets, frenzied fluorescent green hair, tattoos, nose rings, and pink triangles here than anywhere else in Seattle.
Walk down the street in either direction and you'll discover artist Jack Mackie’s amusing Dancers Series: Steps, bronze footprints of various dances embedded in the sidewalk.
© Ericka Chickowski from Moon Washington, 8th edition