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Woodland Park Zoo now part of Seattle Public Library’s Museum Pass Program

Posted on April 11th, 2018 by Sara Willy

From Doree at our sister site phinneywood Woodland Park Zoo recently joined The Seattle Public Library’s Museum Pass program, which gives Library cardholders free admission to 16 Seattle museum and cultural organizations. Each day 50 zoo passes will be available. Each pass allows up to four people ages 3 and up to access the zoo for Read the full article…


IS YOUR TEACHER A SUPER HERO?

Posted on April 3rd, 2018 by Sara Willy

It’s that time of year again! Time to honor Washington state’s best and brightest heroes (educators) in the classroom! Ivar’s and Kidd Valley Restaurants are calling on all kindergarten through eighth grade students to nominate their favorite, deserving teacher for a chance to take home the 2018 Teacher of the Year honors. Two well-deserving educators Read the full article…


Seattle Animal Shelter conducting emphasis patrols on saltwater beaches

Posted on March 26th, 2018 by Sara Willy

It’s spring in Seattle, which means blossoming and hatching all around us. This is a particularly important time to ensure that immature wildlife have their best opportunity to flourish in the Northwest. To help protect the young wildlife, the Seattle Animal Shelter will be conducting emphasis patrols on all saltwater beaches in the city. Dogs Read the full article…


Library construction means limited parking, ADA and other services

Posted on March 19th, 2018 by Sara Willy

Several construction projects this spring and summer at the Queen Anne Branch, 400 W. Garfield St., 206-386-4227, will temporarily affect parking, some Library services, limit ADA access, and reduce weekday open hours for about a month. Work includes rebuilding the worn chimney near the ADA book drop and side entrance, replacing a leaking skylight above the public computer area Read the full article…


SPU Theatre Presents Love’s Labour’s Lost

Posted on March 16th, 2018 by Sara Willy

Seattle Pacific University’s Theatre Department will present Love’s Labour’s Lost April 19-21 and April 26-28 in the McKinley Hall Theatre. Performances will be held at 7:30 p.m., with the exception of one matinee performance Saturday, April 28 at 2 p.m. Under the direction of local guest director Carol Roscoe, Love’s Labour’s Lost is one of William Shakespeare’s earliest comedies, following Read the full article…


Queen Anne LURC Meeting March 19

Posted on March 16th, 2018 by Sara Willy

All are invited to the Queen Anne LURC Meeting Monday, March 19 at 7pm. This month they will be reviewing two city-wide rezone initiatives that will impact and change our neighborhoods this year.  In addition, they will update the Safeway and Garfield projects and discuss committee organization and business: HALA – MHA up-zones of single and Read the full article…


BARTELL DRUGS CELEBRATES LOCAL COMPANIES THAT PRODUCE GREAT THINGS

Posted on February 9th, 2018 by Sara Willy

Sponsored post written by Bartell Drugs Can you feel the energy around the Puget Sound these days? There’s a spirit of innovation in the air, enthusiasm for the great outdoors, and an excitement for local companies and local pride. Being a company born, raised and operating in Seattle, Bartells believes in showcasing countless local favorites Read the full article…


LOST CAT: Orange & white cat lost near 5th Ave W & W Howe St

Posted on January 21st, 2018 by Laura Fonda

If you live near 5th Ave W and W Howe St, keep an eye out for Leo. He has been missing since earlier this week, so please check your garages, under decks, etc. Here’s the info on Leo and how to contact his owners: MISSING CAT: missing since Monday, January 15th from 5th Ave W Read the full article…


Space Needle Panocam time-lapse video captures Seattle’s growth

Posted on January 6th, 2018 by Laura Fonda

The Space Needle PanoCam went live in January 2015 to snap images of Seattle from the spire of the Needle every 10 minutes. Now, a new time-lapse video uses the PanoCam images to illustrate Seattle’s growth in the past 3 years – and it’s pretty impressive. According to GeekWire, Ricardo Martin Brualla, a Google engineer, made Read the full article…


Lloyd Martin bids farewell tonight

Posted on December 31st, 2017 by Laura Fonda

A big announcement slipped by during the holiday break – Lloyd Martin’s New Year’s Eve service tonight is its last. According to a December 28th post on Lloyd Martin’s Facebook page, the restaurant is closing for good after ringing in the New Year: “Unfortunately not all runs last forever. This NYE dinner is LloydMartin’s last Read the full article…


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