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Independent Bookstore Day is Saturday, celebrate at Queen Anne Book Company

Posted on April 27th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

  The annual Independent Bookstore Day is this Saturday, April 29th. Our local independent bookseller, Queen Anne Book Company, is one of 19 participating Seattle bookstores. On Saturday, you can visit Queen Anne Book Company and the other 18 shops to get 25% off at each and every store on the list. Each bookstore has Read the full article…

Punk Rock Flea Market comes to Seattle Center this weekend

Posted on April 26th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Mark your calendars for a weekend of wares, food trucks, bands, and DJs – the Punk Rock Flea Market is coming to Seattle Center this weekend, Saturday, April 29th, and Sunday, April 30th. The market takes over the KEXP Gathering Space, the Vera Project, the SIFF Film Center, and all the courtyards and breezeways that Read the full article…

Dining Out for Life comes to LloydMartin and McMenamins this Thursday

Posted on April 25th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Two Queen Anne restaurants are participating in LifeLong’s Dining Out for Life this Thursday, April 27th, and all you have to do to support the cause is stop by for a meal. LloydMartin will donate 30% from its dinner proceeds and McMenamins will donate 50% of its dinner and late night proceeds to LifeLong. The Read the full article…

Potholes? Report them now during Pothole Palooza

Posted on April 22nd, 2017 by Laura Fonda

The cold, wet winter is taking a toll on our neighborhood streets. If there’s a particular pothole or even a slew of them that are grating on your nerves, take part in the city’s Pothole Palooza – a campaign to “aggressively repair potholes” not only in Queen Anne, but across Seattle. You can report potholes three Read the full article…


Posted on April 19th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Republishing as the original post, along with 9 other posts, was deleted during the server migration – worth reposting due to historical significance. **** As demolition crews tore down the old Mercer Arts Arena at 375 Mercer St, the past was revealed – and a tiny bit of it was saved. The 1928 building didn’t show Read the full article…

SPS seeks volunteers for Queen Anne Elementary Departures Advisory Committee

Posted on April 19th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Republishing as the original post, along with 9 other posts, was deleted during the server migration – note the deadline to apply is this Friday, April 21st. **** Seattle Public Schools (SPS) is looking for volunteers for the School Departures Advisory Committee for Queen Anne Elementary. What exactly does “departures” mean? As Queen Anne Elementary faces a redesign (see Read the full article…

New Queen Anne Farmers Market poster brightens up a rainy day

Posted on April 6th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Rainy weather got you down? Making you think of sunnier days? How about a touch of summer to pull you out of the rainy slog we’ve been in? The Queen Anne Farmers Market to the rescue! The upcoming 2017 season is a few months away (June 1st), but the poster has been unveiled. Artist Frida Read the full article…

Spring Fling tonight at Queen Anne Dispatch

Posted on April 5th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Queen Anne Dispatch is at it again, throwing a party and celebrating with a sale! This time, it’s Spring Fling, a “special evening at the store to help get you ready for spring break,” and it’s tonight, Wednesday, April 5th, from 6pm to 10pm. Stop by Queen Anne Dispatch, 2212 Queen Anne Ave N, this Read the full article…

Today’s the day: Bertha to break through

Posted on April 4th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Bertha, the tunneling machine that has been making her way underneath 99, is scheduled to break through the final 5 foot southern wall today, Tuesday, April 4, The entire route comes in at 9,270 feet. Here’s a shot of the assembly wall where she’s set to break through. A live stream is available online. Early this morning, Read the full article…

Proposed high-rise at 225 Roy St back down to 8 stories

Posted on April 3rd, 2017 by Laura Fonda

The former home of Teatro ZinZanni will transform one way or another, but it’s been a rollercoaster ride when it comes to the number of stories for the site. First it was two buildings: one 8-story and one 16-story. Then, most recently, the City of Seattle Land Use Bulletin had two buildings listed, each with a public Read the full article…

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