Taproot plans a second theater, dressing rooms, offices, scene workshop and a café and wine bar in Greenwood.
Metropolitan Market on Queen Anne Ave. N is preparing to say goodbye after four decades in the neighborhood. T
The new exhibition at the Seattle Center — where the Fun Forest used to be — opens May 21st.
It’s time for Ballard’s annual big event with the 17th of May parade and celebration.
It was a scene “right out of Hollywood” with a police chase on Phinney Ridge and Greenwood.
She and her partner plan to cycle 15,000 miles in search of good meals and good stories along the way.
The neighborhood institution is for sale as the owner looks for the next adventure in her life.
Yet another bike shop is opening up in Fremont, the center of Seattle’s bicycle universe?
The outside wall of Golden Oldies in Wallingford will soon be home to a mural of the Beatles.
The “Best Buds Co-op” medical marijuana dispenary has opened its doors in Magnolia.
The Washington State Farmers Market Association has named Ballard as the “Best Large Market of the Year.”
Great photos and video of the pod as it swam by Ballard and Magnolia.
There’s a new resident in the pond at the north end of Golden Gardens Park.
A 70 inch propeller that was intended to be used at an installation for a neighborhood park has been stolen.
Waste Management and the city of Seattle are in the homestretch of the Think Green recycling challenge.
The main bus route between Ballard and the U-District is one of nearly a dozen routes to get more hours.
Greenwood Market is in its last week of business at the corner of NW 85th Street and 3rd Avenue NW.
Magnolia’s immensely-popular pie place is moving out of the neighborhood.
Driver who hit five pedestrians makes his plea in court.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Queen Anne Hill is aglow with Christmas lights.