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Buy a glassybaby and help the Queen Anne Helpline

Posted on August 17th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Apparently there was a glassybaby sale yesterday at Macrina Bakery, with a portion of proceeds benefitting the Queen Anne Helpline. We didn’t get the news, but if you missed out, don’t despair! You can order glassybabies online through Wednesday, August 23rd and glassybaby will donate 10% of your purchase to Queen Anne Helpline. To purchase, Read the full article…


It’s Market Day: Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for August 17th

Posted on August 17th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7:30pm to fill your market needs. Here’s the info you need to know to plan your late Thursday afternoon and/or evening: 3pm-7pm: Community Tent Come see Picture Perfect Queen Anne at the Community Tent to learn about what grows Read the full article…


Surrell popup restaurant at Bite Box this Friday

Posted on August 15th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Bite Box is hosting a popup restaurant this Friday, August 18th. Locally-owned Surrell will move into the space for an evening to feature a tasting menu and wine pairing. And, it’s not the only instance of Surrell’s popup – they’ll also be at Bite Box (307 W McGraw St) on select dates in the future. This Read the full article…


City and Seattle Public Schools sign letter for new Memorial Stadium and new high school

Posted on August 4th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Seattle Public Schools owns two property parcels at the Seattle Center, and SPS has now signed a letter with the City of Seattle for a new Memorial Stadium and a new high school. Here’s the intro paragraph to the 6-page letter: “We the undersigned representatives of Seattle Public Schools (SPS) and he City of Seattle Read the full article…


Blue Angels flying over Seattle today through Sunday

Posted on August 3rd, 2017 by Laura Fonda

Just a reminder that the annual Blue Angels visit to Seattle is upon us. They will be practicing twice today, Thursday, and practices include fly-overs of Seattle neighborhoods. Then, the Seafair shows are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. We’ll be sure to catch a glimpse and hear them on those days as well. Here’s the schedule: Read the full article…


It’s Market (and Pet) Day: Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for August 3rd

Posted on August 3rd, 2017 by Laura Fonda

It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7:30pm to fill your market needs. Here’s the info you need to know to plan your late Thursday afternoon and/or evening: 3pm: Pet Day! Bring your four-legged friends to the market on Thursday, August 3 (also welcome: Read the full article…


Beer + Yoga at Citizen this Saturday – CANCELLED

Posted on August 2nd, 2017 by Laura Fonda

UPDATE: the organizers have cancelled this event. Get in an hour of fitness in before having your first beer of the day this Saturday at Citizen. Start at the leisurely half-hour of 11:30am for an hour-long Vinyasa yoga practice in the Citizen Beer Garden. Following the session, the class moves to the reward portion of Read the full article…


Early look at McGraw Square at Queen Anne development

Posted on August 2nd, 2017 by Laura Fonda

The construction at W McGraw St between 9th Ave W and 10th Ave W now has a name – McGraw Square at Queen Anne – and drawings of what neighbors can expect. We’ve covered the project in the past, including background on the project for a special Queen Anne Community Council meeting, the fight against the Read the full article…


Free Concerts at the Mural begin this Friday

Posted on July 30th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

First, it was movies. Now, it’s music. The Seattle Center Mural Amphitheater continues another annual summer tradition with Concerts at the Mural. Sponsored by both Seattle Center and KEXP, this year’s free concerts marks the 10th year of the series. Concerts start at 5:30pm on Fridays in August, starting this Friday, August 4th. Gates open Read the full article…


Coba now open in old Red Papaya spot

Posted on July 29th, 2017 by Laura Fonda

We’ve had a couple of readers send in tips on Coba, the new restaurant in the old Red Papaya spot at 530 1st Ave N. Coba seemed to move in pretty quickly, with little disruption to the space other than a new sign and menu. Per readers, ownership did not change, which helps explain the Read the full article…


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