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Saturday, February 6, 2016 -- 6:58 am
West Seattle Saturday: Chocolate, chili, ballots, beach, basketball, more
West Seattle Blog - ... team in the CYO championship game at 4:30 pm today vs. St. Edward. The game's at Bishop Blanchet. (8200 Wallingford Ave. N.) NO CHILI LEFT BEHIND: Chili cook-off and auction fundraiser at Seattle Lutheran High School , 6 pm. Info in our calendar ... Read more...
Friday, February 5, 2016 -- 9:24 pm
"Silicon Refugees" drive up market - 2015 Wallingford real estate in review
MyWallingford - A sponsored post from our friends at Key 2 Seattle Real Estate For the last few years when writing our annual review of the neighborhood real estate market we have been talking about rising prices, bidding wars and the shortage of inventory. Well, 2015 was no different, if anything there are even less homes for [...] Read more...
Friday, February 5, 2016 -- 7:43 am
Capitol Hill low income housing expert first to jump into race for the 43rd
Capitol Hill Blog - ... both sides of the cut, including Capitol Hill north of E Madison, University District, Madison Park, Montlake, Wallingford, Eastlake, Greenlake and parts of Fremont, Ravenna, South Lake Union and downtown. Macri's deep resume in homelessness and low ... Read more...
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 -- 10:27 am
Dinosaurs at the Burke Museum
MyWallingford - Dino Day and Free Dinosaur Lecture This March, dig into dinos with the Burke Museum! Discover the ancient lost continent of Laramidia and the remarkable dinosaurs that lived there at a free public lecture with paleontologist Dr. Scott Sampson--better known as "Dr. Scott the Paleontologist," host of the hit PBS KIDS series, Dinosaur Train. Also see [...] Read more...
Monday, January 25, 2016 -- 10:12 pm
Ballard High School "Soap for Hope" drive
MyWallingford - Do you have an extra bar of soap at home, or maybe a spare toothbrush? The Soap For Hope drive at Ballard High School is collecting various hygiene items which will be distributed to people facing hardships in Ballard, Queen Anne and Magnolia communities. They need: -bars of soap -bottles of shampoo and conditioner -razors -toothbrushes -toothpaste -lotion -lip balm -rolls of toilet paper *all items must [...] Read more...
Monday, January 25, 2016 -- 10:00 pm
UW's Forefront backs effort to engage gun dealers and pharmacies on suicide prevention
MyWallingford - Story from Deborah Bach, UW News and Information Patty Yamashita was a vivacious, sweet, high-energy woman who balanced a career as an IT manager with a steadfast dedication to her family. She worked long hours but was always home to put dinner on the table and read a bedtime story for her children. "My mother was my [...] Read more...
Friday, January 22, 2016 -- 4:31 pm
Review: KLAW Satisfies New- and Long-Time Fans With Self-Titled Debut
Northwest Music Scene - ... with Don Farwell at Earwig Studio , formerly located in Georgetown (currently moving to a new facility in Wallingford) and released July 11, 2015. "Don came very well referenced. We really liked what he had done on other band's albums. He has a ... Read more...
Thursday, January 21, 2016 -- 2:01 pm
Your week in Seattle music: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and more
Seattle Times - ... With Panabrite, Mondah Acoustic space figures heavily in electronic musician Jonas Reinhardt's work, making Wallingford's Chapel Performance Space a fitting venue for his highly detailed ambient music. Seattle label Further Records, which put ... Read more...
Thursday, January 21, 2016 -- 12:59 pm
The Meowtropolitan
The Falcon - ... Liu's business ambition to launch Seattle into the worldwide network of cat cafes. The cafe opened its doors in Wallingford on Dec. 19, 2015 to cater to Seattle's caffeine- and feline-based needs, posing the question: Why has it taken so long for a ... Read more...
Thursday, January 21, 2016 -- 7:00 am
The death of the lunch hour: How we choose to save money, time eating at our bacteria-infested desks
Seattle Times - ... 1938, and subsequent state laws regulating meal breaks. John Tran, who owns Vietnamese restaurant Tigerly Ox, in Wallingford, checks his phone, which shows a group order from two nearby businesses. Tran participates in Peach, an online conduit ... Read more...
Tuesday, January 19, 2016 -- 6:54 pm
Bertha Who? Seattle Transit Tunneling Is Going Great, and The People Want More
Seattle Weekly - ... Bay tunnel, a second downtown transit tunnel, and a tunnel from Ballard to the U District under Fremont and Wallingford. If all nine miles of tunnel were included on the ballot measure, it would be the most tunneling included in any of the three ... Read more...
Tuesday, January 19, 2016 -- 6:31 pm
Neighbor Appreciation Day Saturday, February 13
MyWallingford - Celebrate Seattle's annual Neighbor Appreciation Day, a special day set aside to reach out to neighbors, create new friends, and express thanks to those who help make your neighborhood a great place to live. Residents, community groups, and businesses across Seattle will join together on Saturday, February 13 (and the week of) to celebrate. A few [...] Read more...
Tuesday, January 19, 2016 -- 6:23 am
Tussle with a Burglar
Wallyhood - (I know, I just wrote that we're done here, but lots of folks had been asking about the helicopters over Wallingford the other night, and this story of a going on in the neighborhood needs to be shared.) On Sunday, Ian wrote: Thought your readers might be interested to know that we had an attempted […] (This article originally appeared on Wallyhood, the Wallingford neighborhood blog. For more news and chatter about Wallingford, join us there: Tussle with a Burglar. Read more...
Monday, January 18, 2016 -- 9:00 am
Thank You And Good Night
Wallyhood - Hi Folks! I've got some bad news (or good, depending on how you get along with my writing): I've decided to put Wallyhood on potentially permanent hiatus. The recent dust-up, where Steve Questad (aka E30 Memorial) wrote to all of our sponsors asking them to cancel their support because of Wallyhood's 'racist bigotry' (original in […] (This article originally appeared on Wallyhood, the Wallingford neighborhood blog. For more news and chatter about Wallingford, join us there: Thank You And Good Night. Read more...
Monday, January 18, 2016 -- 7:00 am
Swan Song
Wallyhood - I started writing for Wallyhood this past spring when Jordan took off because I valued a Wallingford community site and wanted to explore writing as a creative outlet. I was also hoping to form constructive relationships with the city in getting good things to happen for Wallingford. Constructive relationships with the city proved impossible, largely […] (This article originally appeared on Wallyhood, the Wallingford neighborhood blog. For more news and chatter about Wallingford, join us there: Swan Song. Read more...
Saturday, January 16, 2016 -- 6:00 am
Goodbye, Sequoia
Wallyhood - Harley spotted this sign in front of the towering sequoia tree near 46th and Eastern (by the old Bittman house): I'll leave with with this quote, which is somehow appropriate: My dad once gave me a few words of wisdom which I've always tried to live by. He said, "Son, never throw a punch at […] (This article originally appeared on Wallyhood, the Wallingford neighborhood blog. For more news and chatter about Wallingford, join us there: Goodbye, Sequoia. Read more...
Friday, January 15, 2016 -- 2:25 pm
Amphibious Assault Vehicles Return To Wallingford, Take 2
Wallyhood - Ducks are returning to our streets as of today. Ducks were approved for road use during World War 2, so due to inertia they remain street legal today. The fact that their new mission is to amuse tourists and that they're going to crush Wallingfordians instead of Nazis and their allies is irrelevant. The specifics […] (This article originally appeared on Wallyhood, the Wallingford neighborhood blog. For more news and chatter about Wallingford, join us there: Amphibious Assault Vehicles Return To Wallingford, Take 2. Read more...
Friday, January 15, 2016 -- 6:00 am
An Apology
Wallyhood - I'd like to apologize for language I used in an article I posted here this morning. It was offensive and hurtful to the community. The article used a pejorative term for Japanese people when spoofing how people spoke during World War 2. I had never heard the term used outside of World War 2 documentaries and […] (This article originally appeared on Wallyhood, the Wallingford neighborhood blog. For more news and chatter about Wallingford, join us there: An Apology. Read more...
Thursday, January 14, 2016 -- 11:40 am
Open house and tours of Licton Springs K-8 option school in North Seattle
Phinneywood - Licton Springs K-8 , a public option school temporarily housed in the south wing of the Lincoln Building, 4400 Interlake Ave. N. in Wallingford, is hosting an open house and tours in January and February. Licton Springs is open to any student in Seattle Public Schools. Read more...
Thursday, January 14, 2016 -- 8:42 am
Open hours and tours of Licton Springs K-8 option school in North Seattle
Phinneywood - Licton Springs K-8 , a public option school temporarily housed in the south wing of the Lincoln Building, 4400 Interlake Ave. N. in Wallingford, is hosting open houses and tours in January and February. Licton Springs is open to any student in Seattle Public Schools. Read more...



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