• Kohl-Welles hopes to follow Phillips’ path

    State Sen. Jean Kohl-Welles started following in her friend’s footsteps more than 23 years ago. Now, she’s at it again.

  • Time for a change: Szmania’s lovers, meet Rogo

    It’s been a year since the longtime owners of Szmania’s (3321 W. McGraw St.) left Magnolia. But that’s hasn’t stopped people from coming in and asking their whereabouts.

  • FOOD MATTERS | What’s new for spring

    There’s a new concept at the triangular building at the intersection of Ninth Avenue and Westlake Avenue, down at the far southwest corner of Queen Anne. For a while, it was a crowded billiard club called Jillian’s, then renamed World Sports Grille. It’s morphed again, this time into Art Marble 21 (731 Westlake Ave. N.).

  • Magnolia tree sitter saves ‘extraordinary’ pine — kind of
    He’d tried sending emails to Seattle City Light, the Urban Forestry department and even a City Councilmember’s office, but Jim Davis still wasn’t certain the tree sitting at 29th Avenue West and West Tilden Street would make it through the weekend.
  • SNAPSHOT IN TIME: MAGNOLIA | Smith’s (Smith) Cove: Its namesake and new future park
    Dr. Henry A. Smith was 22 when he went west. He was most likely not dreaming of bustling commerce, busy steam trains, active docks and lucrative worldwide trade that would all emanate from the place where he would eventually settle.
    
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  • Magnolia tree sitter saves ‘extraordinary’ pine — kind of
    He’d tried sending emails to Seattle City Light, the Urban Forestry department and even a City Councilmember’s office, but Jim Davis still wasn’t certain the tree sitting at 29th Avenue West and West Tilden Street would make it through the weekend. 
  • FOOD MATTERS | What’s new for spring

    There’s a new concept at the triangular building at the intersection of Ninth Avenue and Westlake Avenue, down at the far southwest corner of Queen Anne. For a while, it was a crowded billiard club called Jillian’s, then renamed World Sports Grille. It’s morphed again, this time into Art Marble 21 (731 Westlake Ave. N.).

     
  • Carney-Woods serves in state House

    Reilly Carney-Woods, a student at McClure Middle School (1915 First Ave. W.), recently served as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives. She is the daughter of Bridgette Carney and Shane Woods.

     

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