Surprisingly, even after 60 years, Arthur Miller’s Tony Award-winning
drama, “A View from the Bridge,” still packs a punch.
Way back when, maybe five years ago, a sea-farin’ man
named Ezequiel Romero climbed up the hill behind his boatyard in Ballard
and found himself a restaurant for sale at the corner of Queen Anne
Avenue North and Boston Street. He named it La Luna.
Books do not usually come with warning labels. But one collection of
short stories warns potential readers upon opening it to “fasten
your…seatbelt. Here come the stories!!!”