This was the location puzzle for Seattle in the August 2013 Puzzled Pint.
Back then, each city had its own puzzle, the answer to which indicated
where people in that city should go to attend the event.
In each set of five words, the words have something in common.
For each commonality on the left, one commonality on the right is similar. The similar commonalities will be somewhat opposite of each other.
Four of the ten commonalities on each side involve what the words are in: titles, sentences, two-word compounds, or longer words. Two involve modifying the word: changing or removing one letter. Two involve parts of the words: substrings or phonetic sub-sounds. The remaining two involve the letters of the words.
For each pair of similar commonalities, draw a line connecting their dots. Read the uncrossed-out letters from top to bottom to get a message telling you in what order to read the crossed-out letters.