Obliteride rolls by Lake Union August 13

photo credit: Obliteride

Fred Hutch’s Obliteride, the ride to end cancer is marking its 5th anniversary and is bigger than ever. About 2,000 riders are participating to raise money for cancer research at Fred Hutch. Hundreds of riders will spin by Lake Union on August 13.

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LimeBike launches in Seattle

Bike share is back in Seattle, and it’s better than ever.

This week, LimeBike hit Seattle’s streets to transform urban mobility, provide a first/last mile option to commuters, and a sustainable way to address our community’s quickly growing population and its transportation needs.

LimeBike was “built for Seattle” and is set to offer bikes that […]

Eastlake Community Council July/August events

The Eastlake Community Council offers notice of the following events and comment opportunities. Background is in the links and in the Summer Eastlake News.

Eastlake Summer Cruise on the Islander – Thurs., July 13  Tour the Ship Canal, Lake Union, Portage and Union Bays, and Lake Washington on the historic ferry the Islander. Boarding begins at […]

Pomodoro Ristorante 2366 Eastlake Ave E Seattle, WA 98102 Phone: 206–324–3160 www.pomodoro.net Tues–Thurs 5:30 pm–11:30 pm Fri–Sat 5:00 pm–1:00 am Sunday 5:00 pm–10:00 pm Monday: closed Rating: **** Ratings guide: **** extraordinary *** excellent ** good * fair The Pomodoro Ristorante could be the very definition of your hole-in-the-wall restaurant. Perhaps the smallest space […]

Eastlake community events June/July 2017

The Eastlake Community Council offers notice of the following events and comment opportunities. Background is in the links and in the Summer Eastlake News (on-line; also being hand-delivered by 40+ intrepid volunteers).

 Public meeting with Police Department representatives about Eastlake’s public safety priorities; planning for July 4; and emergency preparedness — Tues., June 13  7 p.m. […]

5 New FareStart Restaurants Set For South Lake Union With Help From Amazon

The nonprofit will launch five different restaurants on the same block.

Obviously, Amazon is affecting Seattle in big ways. Less obvious is the impact of FareStart, an organization that has quietly and consistently been influencing our city through social services and quality meals for the past 25 years with the […]

Eastlake Community Council events

The Eastlake Community Council offers notice of the following events and comment opportunities. Background is in the links and also the Spring Eastlake News.

Public comment opportunity (on-line and via May 16 City open house) on Mayor’s proposed increase in height of new buildings in Eastlake and other neighborhoods.  Attend today’s Tues., May 16 open […]

Eastlake Community Council Spring Events

Trees in Eastlake: Why are they disappearing? Wed., April 26, 7 p.m. at TOPS-Seward School, 2500 Franklin Ave. E. Experts will talk about the benefits of trees and how various current public policies are threatening trees in parks, along streets and other public rights of way, and on private lands. Speakers include from the Seattle […]

MOHAI’s Edible City Month is in full swing

EDIBLE CITY MONTH IS IN FULL SWING as MOHAI and the region’s top restaurants and organizations salute Seattle’s urban palate

Celebrate Edible City: A Delicious Journey, now open at the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) through Sept. 10, with Edible City Month. Join restaurants and organizations from throughout the region as they partner […]

Lake Union Civic Orchestra April 8 – Apotheosis of the Dance

​It was Richard Wagner, a champion of Ludwig van Beethoven’s music and a great conductor of his symphonies, who had described Beethoven’s 7th as “The Apotheosis of the Dance.” Each movement of Beethoven’s masterpiece is propelled by irresistible dance rhythms that enthralled the audience during the premiere in 1813 with the composer himself at […]