• Feasibility study shows Pier 86 art could be possible in the future
    Imagine Pier 86, known by the grassy run up to grain elevators north of the Olympic Sculpture Park, providing new visual interest for those who commute, walk or bike along the Elliott Avenue corridor. 
  • AMONG THE ANIMALS | Pet-friendly Seattle
    After a long workday, it is important to me to spend time with my animals in the evenings and weekends. So I’m taking a lesson from a few Seattle residents who have found ways to include their pets in everyday activities.
  • HISTORY IN PERSPECTIVE | Queen Anne Scenic Driveway
    Although it is incorrect to include our Queen Anne Boulevard among the boulevards identified by John Charles Olmsted in his 1903 plan for Seattle parks, it is equally incorrect to suggest that he and his firm, Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects, had no role in its creation.
  • Voters to decide fate of Magnolia School

    Students and teachers haven’t roamed the halls of the Magnolia School since 2002. But the school could soon be filled again, depending on the results of next Tuesday’s Buildings, Technology and Academics/Athletics IV levy measure.

  • Neighborhood group continues push for RV moratorium
    Organizers of a recently formed neighborhood group continued their calls for a full moratorium on RV parking at a community meeting Thursday night (Jan. 28). 
    
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  • HISTORY IN PERSPECTIVE | Queen Anne Scenic Driveway
    Although it is incorrect to include our Queen Anne Boulevard among the boulevards identified by John Charles Olmsted in his 1903 plan for Seattle parks, it is equally incorrect to suggest that he and his firm, Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects, had no role in its creation.

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