The Woodland Park Zoo (WPZ) has spent a century
justifying its existence as an educational institution for our
community, but the evidence of that purpose has never been so barren.
There’s a feeling, at the intersection of North 85th Street and
Greenwood Avenue North, of being in a village far, far way.
Ed Murray told area business leaders and residents that City Hall hasn’t
forgotten about Queen Anne.
Christmas came early this year for Magnolia residents, who were asked to develop a wish list for the future of Smith Cove Park.
How can we in Magnolia, Interbay and Queen Anne prepare to
respond to a natural/man-made disaster when all normal forms of
communication are down and we need to rely on ourselves for many days,
as in Nepal and New Orleans?
Hundreds of veterans, their families and the public will gather for Evergreen-Washelli’s 89th-annual Memorial
Day service on Monday, May 25.
It will be all fun and games when McClure Middle
School hosts its sixth-grade Family Game Night on
Wednesday, May 27.
Five Corners Hardware is surely one of few Seattle
businesses still operated by the same family after 75 years.