Thursday, October 30, 2014 10:01 AM
Liquor license applications and discontinuances for Queen Anne and Magnolia. 
  • Liquor license applications and discontinuances for Queen Anne and Magnolia.  
  • Queen Anne resident Kevin Cole and Vernon Owens will sign copies of their book, “Zombie Safety and Self-Defense Handbook,” on Saturday, Nov. 1, at 4 p.m. at the University Book Store (4326 University Way N.E.). 
  • To hell and back: Memoir recounts journey of mental illness
    Queen Anne’s Joe Guppy has had a successful career as a therapist and a writer. Before all of that success, Joe had a mental breakdown that landed him in a mental hospital, completely convinced he had died and was trapped in hell. 
  • The Puget Sound theater community celebrated outstanding performances and talents at Theatre Puget Sound’s sixth-annual Gregory Awards on Oct. 20.
  • Get involved with your neighborhood with these free, community events in Queen Anne and Magnolia.  
  • These Halloween events are more treats than tricks
    Halloween is just days away, so put the finishing touches on your costume and get ready for these community events in Queen Anne and Magnolia. 
  • Liquor license applications and approvals in Queen Anne and Magnolia.  
  • FOOD MATTERS | South Lake Union makeovers
    South Lake Union’s Supply Laundry — where Seattle’s tablecloths and napkins were once boiled, bleached, starched and ironed — has (along with much of the neighborhood) gone upscale.  
  • There's the Magnolia Manor OLA hearing, the McClure PTSA general meeting and more happening in Queen Anne & Magnolia this week. Read our Bulletin Board for more free, community events.  
  • “The Blue Room” is a tense, twisty, little thriller that certainly keeps you on your toes for the duration of its running time. However, it can also feel narratively constricted and underdeveloped in some areas. 
  • The Irish Reels Film Festival — a forum for features, shorts and documentaries by independent Irish filmmakers — will present three days of film screenings in the SIFF Film Center (Warren Avenue and Republican Street). 
  • Rainier Beer to celebrate ‘R Day’ on Oct. 24
    Rainier Beer will kick off the first “R Day” celebration, honoring the anniversary of restoring the Rainier R atop the old Rainier Brewery, on Friday, Oct. 24.  
  • The Book Bindery, a change of trade name, for a direct-shipment receiver in Washington state only, at 198 Nickerson St., Suite 100 was approved for a liquor license.  
  • The Market Street Singers’ annual cash-only rummage sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18, at St. Luke's Episcopal Church (5710 22nd Ave. N.W.).  
  • REVIEW | ‘Vaudevillians’ give star turns in un-PC show
    "The Vaudevillians” is campy, naughty, risqué and hilariously politically incorrect. It’s more about laughter than titillation (no nudity). And laugh, the opening-night audience did, for the whole 90 minutes. 
  • The first-ever HealthFest at Seattle Center will offer a range of free information and services for individuals and their families on Saturday, Oct. 25, and Sunday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the Seattle Center Armory.  
  • There's no shortage of free things to do this week in Queen Anne and Magnolia. Check out our Bulletin Board for more info:  
  • In Hossein Amini’s thriller “The Two Faces of January,” things start off so simple and pedestrian that you wait eagerly on the edge of your seat for the trouble to start.  
  • Ballard Spirits, a craft distillery, at 4203 23rd Ave. W., was issued a liquor license.  
  • PNB’s Körbes to retire at end of upcoming season
    Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) principal dancer Carla Körbes will retire from the company at the end of PNB’s 2014-2015 season.
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