• QA neighbors speak out against Toll Bros. development
    The Department of Planning and Development (DPD) held a public meeting to hear residents’ concerns about the proposed Toll Bros. development at the former Seattle Children’s Home site (901 W. McGraw St.) in Queen Anne.
  • Future Queen Anne raises money to continue fight
    At Thursday night’s meeting, the group Future Queen Anne announced that it is fundraising to continue its fight against the Seattle Children’s Home development (901 W. McGraw St.) as it has been designed.
  • SNAPSHOT IN TIME: MAGNOLIA | How Magnolia got its library
    In the 1920s, Magnolia was making the transformation from a rural community to a suburban neighborhood. During this time, the Magnolia Community Council formed, and in 1932, the group petitioned the city for its own branch of the library.
  • Curtain calls
    Originally founded as a concert series in 1891 by 22 women, all professional musicians, Ladies Musical Club now offers free concerts presented by members, educational outreach and an annual competition and awards tour for up-and-coming artists.
    
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  • Parks Board reviews local off-leash areas
    The Parks Board recommended last week that the Lower Kinnear Park Off-Leash Area (OLA) become a permanent site. In October, the board will review Magnolia Manor Park for its recommendation.  
  • First-ever Fatima Fun Run
    The students, faculty and parents of Our Lady of Fatima School kicked off the school year with a new “Fatima Fun Run” campaign focused on encouraging children to be healthy, confident and active.  
  • Recent news reports have Seattleites wondering whether our police will be able to keep our downtown core — and, ultimately, the rest of the city — safe from increasing crime. 
  • SNAPSHOT IN TIME: MAGNOLIA | How Magnolia got its library
    In the 1920s, Magnolia was making the transformation from a rural community to a suburban neighborhood. During this time, the Magnolia Community Council formed, and in 1932, the group petitioned the city for its own branch of the library. 
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