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Lifestyle Seattle is one of 20 cities on the rise in the U.S. Seattle is one of 20 cities on the rise in the U.S.

Women’s Health and Yelp compiled the first annual Social Cities Awards based on a six-month, research-based partnership to determine 20 social metropolises on the rise in the United States. There were four categories winners placed in: Fitness Cities, Nightlife Cities, Cities for Foodies and Cities for Art and Culture. Can you guess which category we won in?

Lifestyle Photos: City Dwellers at SAM Photos: City Dwellers at SAM (Photo Gallery)

The new Seattle Art Museum exhibit City Dwellers: Contemporary Art from India is just that. The eye-catching installations (is that Ghandi with an iPod??) call out the duality of modern day India: a city where ancient history and rituals and global consumer culture are equally present.

Lifestyle From a '97 Buick to a 2015 Honda Fit From a '97 Buick to a 2015 Honda Fit (Photo Gallery)

Linda Jacobs of Port Angeles just won the Western Washington Honda Dealers One Tank Trips sweepstake. While the prize (a brand new 2015 Honda Fit) is a big deal to most people, it's especially so for Jacobs, who had been previously driving a 1997 Buick.

One Tank Trips winners also received Seattle Mariners tickets and multi-day stays at local vacation spots. Of 1,855 total entries, 22 winners were selected.

Lifestyle If you've never been to the Symphony - this is the year to go If you've never been to the Symphony - this is the year to go (Video)

Symphonies across the country all suffer the same PR problem: the misconception that anyone who likes or goes to the symphony is old, and that sitting through hours of classical music is boring. Anyone who has been to the Seattle Symphony in the last four years will tell you that conductor Ludovic Morlot is actively trying to change that misconception.

Lifestyle 5 new things to look for at this year’s Washington State Fair 5 new things to look for at this year’s Washington State Fair (Photo Gallery)

Today is the day! The Washington State Fair (formerly the Puyallup Fair) attracts more than one million people each year for fried-butter-eating, roller-coaster-riding, rodeo-watching fun. Here are five new things to watch out for while you’re strolling through the dirt lanes of rides, games, and food stands today through Sept. 21.