• Parents outraged by proposed sobriety school next to John Hay Elementary
    Queen Anne parents are outraged by Seattle Public Schools’ (SPS) recently revealed decision to put an Interagency Recovery Program school in the former Queen Anne High School gym (215 Galer St.), across the street from John Hay Elementary School.
  • What Prop. 1’s passage means for bus commute
    In the Nov. 4 elections, Seattle’s Proposition 1 passed with 62 percent of the vote. The proposition, which will create a $60 car-tab fee and a 0.1-percent sales-tax increase, will fund King County Metro service within Seattle.
  • Interbay Eagles win championship
    The Interbay Eagles youth football team from Magnolia and Queen Anne won its first championship in its 10-year history.
  • Paranormal activity in Pioneer Square
    When I pushed open the heavy double doors that led to the underground offices of Spooked in Seattle (102 Cherry St.), I was hit with the smell of incense and mildew.
    
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  • FOOD MATTERS | Giving thanks for booze, brunch
    America’s most food-centric holiday is here, and this year, there’s much to report and recommend to readers who may want to throw up their hands at the whole notion of preparing a family feast. 
  • QA Troop 70 building leaders
    For 93 years, Boy Scout Troop 70, the oldest troop in the Seattle area, has been shaping Queen Anne citizens through service to the community and by taking part in outdoor adventures such as hiking, biking, camping and sailing. 
  • With Washington as the No. 1 state for property crime in the nation, some Seattle neighborhoods have taken matters into their own hands (and pockets) to do something about it. 
  • Julie and Rick Friar, owners of A&J Meats (2401 Queen Anne Ave N.) on upper Queen Anne, announced in early November that they are retiring. The store has been in business for 63 years, and its last day of business is Saturday, Nov. 29. 
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