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Help the Helpline fill its food pantry for neighbors in need

Posted on September 24th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

Back in August, we put out the call for men’s clothing for the Queen Anne Helpline’s clothing bank. The Helpline was in desperate need for men’s clothing and the response was fantastic (thanks, readers!). Now, the Helpline needs your help again, this time to help fill its pantry shelves. The Helpline needs food to stock Read the full article…


Toulouse-Petit closed during food-poisoning investigation

Posted on September 22nd, 2016 by Laura Fonda

Toulouse-Petit Kitchen & Lounge (601 Queen Anne Ave N) has been temporarily closed down by King County heath officials as they investigate possible food poisoning at the restaurant. According to King County Public Health, six out of seven people from the same party ate at the restaurant and became ill with symptoms consistent with a Read the full article…


It’s market day: Queen Anne Farmers Market special events & vendors

Posted on September 22nd, 2016 by Laura Fonda

It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. What better way to greet Fall than a sunny afternoon at the Queen Anne Farmers Market? Remember, Fall hours are in effect, which means you need to get to QAFM between 3pm and 7pm to fill your market needs. Here’s the info you need Read the full article…


Yes! Halloween on Queen Anne Ave is happening this year

Posted on September 19th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

We’ve had quite a few readers and business owners alike email us with the same question: when is the annual Halloween on Queen Anne Ave happening? The answer is a resounding yes! Halloween on Queen Anne is happening on Monday, October 31st from 3pm-6pm along Queen Anne Ave between McGraw & Galer Streets. That’s right, Halloween may Read the full article…


Public meeting on Dog Off-Leash Area Master Plan is this Thursday

Posted on September 18th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

If you own a dog, this meeting is one to pay attention to – there’s a public meeting on dog off-leash areas this Thursday, following up on the City’s Draft Master Plan for People, Dogs, and Parks Plan and taking public comment. This meeting is the last opportunity dog owners have to comment on and Read the full article…


Dick’s Drive In moves into the modern age and starts accepting credit cards and mobile payments

Posted on September 17th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

For 62 years, Dick’s Drive In has only accepted cash, and it’s been somewhat of a Seattle insider tip. Now, Dick’s is moving into the modern age and accepting not only credit cards, but also Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay. They’re released a new commercial which plays on the old “must be a Read the full article…


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