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Onni wants taller towers in return for saving green space in South Lake Union

A Vancouver-based developer proposing what would be downtown Seattle’s largest residential complex has offered to save the so-called Seattle Times park if it is granted extra height on two of the four towers.

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No Fremont Zombie Walk for 2014

We regret to inform that there will be no Red,White &Dead Zombie Walk 2014 this year in Seattle. Due to timing and without a city approved location,we will not plan to host this year. We are required by the city to be permitted,due to the size of our walk in [...]

NW Relic Anchor On Display At Mohai For Only Four days July 8-11

 

You may have read about the 1400-lb. anchor that was pulled out of Admiralty Bay on June 9 by a team of local historians and divers—MOHAI is pleased to announce that the anchor,believed to be a long sought-after relic from early Puget Sound history,will be on display at the museum for just [...]

Seafair Announces Lake Union Fireworks Schedule For 2014

Join Seafair for a celebration of our nation’s independence at the Seafair Summer Fourth! This year the event boasts two locations:Gas Works Park and Lake Union Park. Both locations are FREE to the public and also feature reserved seating available for purchase. Come enjoy a day of fun that culminates in a fantastic [...]

There is no South Lake Floating Farmer’s Market for 2014

The FarmBoat Floating Market aboard the Virginia V at Lake Union Park is closed for good. We are sincerely appreciative of all those who supported our efforts to make this an amazing one-of-a-kind Seattle attraction over the last several years. Unfortunately,Seattle’s growing bureaucracy and increasingly stringent policies against small businesses and independent nonprofits [...]

Ivar’s Lake Union is the Place For Fresh Seafood

The Perfect place for seafood

Ivar’s Salmon House on the shores of Lake Union is the perfect place to enjoy a memorable meal. Alder smoked entrees are prepared in the huge Indian-style barbecue pit. Families can enjoy a casual and elegant meal while looking at all the Northwest native artifacts and historical photographs [...]

Chocolate -The Exhibition- At Mohai!

June 14 –September 28,2014

From rainforest treasure to luscious treat—immerse yourself in the world of chocolate! This summer,MOHAI invites you to journey through history to get the story behind the treat in this exciting exhibition,developed by The Field Museum in Chicago. Begin in the rainforest with the unique cacao tree,[...]

South Lake Union:The Comprehensive Plan That Helped Grow It,And What The Next One Should Do

Ross Reynolds speaks with Roger Valdez of the pro-growth group Smart Growth Seattle about how the last comprehensive plan helped create growth in South Lake Union and what the next comprehensive plan for 2035 should be doing.

Perhaps no Seattle neighborhood has changed more than South Lake Union. What was once low rise and [...]

Grand Opening of the New Fred Hutch Eastlake Skybridge June 6

WHAT:          Grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for the Fred Hutch Eastlake Sky Bridge and the associated public improvements including pedestrian enhancements and a public,bike-friendly stair climb (between Fairview and Eastlake).

 

WHEN:          2:30 pm,Friday,June 6

 

WHERE:       Fred Hutch [...]

Brouwer’s Cafe Review

Brouwer’s Cafe 400 North 35th Street Seattle,WA 98103 (206) 267-2437 http://brouwerscafe.blogspot.com/ Daily:11:00 am–2:00 am Happy Hour:3:00 pm–6:00 pm Rating:*** Ratings guide:**** extraordinary *** excellent ** good * fair

New to the realm of craft brewing,I was told by a friend,a beer aficionado,that he could not simply tell me the differences in a [...]