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Tuesday, December 16, 2014 4:01 PM
Your local bookstore is one of the few places you can visit to find something for literally everyone on your holiday shopping list, even the one’s who aren’t avid readers. 
  • An liquor-license application is being considered for Westlake Sports Grill. 
  • THE BOOK MARK | The perfect book for everyone on your list
    Your local bookstore is one of the few places you can visit to find something for literally everyone on your holiday shopping list, even the one’s who aren’t avid readers.  
  • With kids on Christmas vacation soon, it's a good idea to check out these free, community events in Queen Anne and Magnolia.  
  • St. Anne Church (1411 First Ave. W.) will host a Christmas concert on Sunday, Dec. 21, that will feature members of its music ministry, including its own Laudamus Te Choir. 
  • Perhaps it was low expectations and the sugary beverage I drank in the theater, but I found Will Gluck’s glossy, modernized film remake of the famous Broadway musical “Annie” to be perfectly decent. 
  • On the Boards (100 W. Roy St.) will get into the holiday spirit with New York City composer Phil Kline’s “Unsilent Night,” a “roving sound sculpture” that is played around the world during the holiday season, attracting up to 1,500 participants in some cities. 
  • Entre Amis in upper Queen Anne applied for an assumption application.  
  • Holiday entertaining poses age-old dilemma for hosts
    The holiday season is filled with the warm anticipation of family parties of every size, that brings together friends and long-lost relatives to toast the annual tidings of the year.  
  • STARLA SPEAKS | Orchestra principals know how to have fun
    Anyone who thinks classical musicians are stuffy and dull hasn’t met a trio of principals from the Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) Orchestra. They recently shared their stories and bantered about PNB’s annual production of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker.” 
  • Read our Bulletin Board for free community and holiday events in Queen Anne and Magnolia.  
  • Safeway on Queen Anne Avenue was approved for a liquor license.  
  • ‘All the Way’ shows various sides of LBJ
    Playwright Robert Schenkkan’s epic three-hour drama has refined the story into a compelling work of theater. “All the Way” received a 2014 Tony Award for best play, and Bryan Cranston, of “Breaking Bad” fame, won a Tony for his portrayal of LBJ. 
  • Seattle Rep tackles LBJ’s legacy in two plays
    Fifty years after the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act, Seattle-born playwright Robert Schenkkan brings two plays about Lyndon B. Johnson to the Seattle Rep. 
  • Queen Anne’s Jerome Richard was one of three finalists for the Seattle Public Library’s self-published award for his novella “The Architect.” The award ceremony took place on Nov. 15. 
  • The Seattle Film Institute (SFI) is celebrating its 20th anniversary in its new home at 3210 16th Ave. W.
     
  • It's that time of year again, there's lots of holiday events in Queen Anne and Magnolia. Find those and other community events in our Bulletin Board.  
  • Magnolia’s community choral group The Magnolia Chorale will kick off the beginning of its second quarter-century with the performance of Antonio Vivaldi’s beloved “Gloria” and other festive music of the holiday season.  
  • Three Queen Anne and Magnolia businesses received liquor license approvals.  
  • In celebration of World AIDS Day, KEXP’s “Wo’Pop” radio program is hosting a free concert at EMP Museum (325 Fifth Ave. N.) on Monday, Dec. 1, from 5:30 to 10 p.m.  
  • 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. 
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