Eat at Grub on Thursday and be on Check, Please! Northwest
If you want to be on TV and grab lunch at the same time, Grub is your destination this Thursday, May 15th. Local KCTS show Check, Please! Northwest is filming a segment at Grub, and if you’re dining between 12:15 and 2:00pm, you’ll be part of the action.
The Grub staff will also be on film as they prepare signature dishes such as Biscuit Benne, Green Eggs & Ham, Biscuit Sandwich, Grub Slam (for kids!), Grub House Salad, and Grilled Portobello Mushroom with Polenta. Plus, there’ll be wine on tap and other dishes on Thursday’s menu.
The show is looking to film the restaurant in action, so the more diners, the better!
Malaysian food tasting and author signing at Charley+May this Friday
Charley+May is hosting an author signing with a twist this Friday. Queen Anne author Karen Tripson has a new novel, The Cooking Class in Kuala Lumpur, and she’ll be at Charley+May, 2225 Queen Anne Ave N, from 4pm to 6pm on Friday, November 8th – and there will be food too!
All are invited to the free event, and if you love food, wine and cooking, it’s likely right up your alley. The food tasting part of the event will feature bites of sweet, salty, spicy recipes from the book, such as Shrimp with Coconut Curry dipping sauce and Rojak Salad on a Stick with a sweet dipping sauce, plus, white wine to sip with the bites.
This author event celebrating culinary fiction and food is free to all! Add it to your Friday plans, along with Queen Anne Dispatch’s Friends & Family event, just across the street.
What’s in the Forum? Car Prowls and More
There are several new Forum topics that range from announcements to fundraising to car prowls. On that latter point, we’ll be compiling some key stats on recent car prowls in an upcoming post – they’ve been picking up and were a top issue at the Queen Anne community meeting with SPD. But, in the meantime, if you’ve been the victim of a car prowl or theft, let us know via email or the Forum
Here are the latest posts that you may have missed:
Car Prowls – car prowls this week include one at Galer and 1st W and another at 9th W and W Bothwell – and that’s just the ones that have been posted. There have been more, and we’ll be posting soon, after the January SPD stats are in.
Lomography Show – Caffe Vita is hosting a show of lomography by J. Wolf. His show runs from February 1-28, and includes works from his Ghosts of Seattle.
Fundraiser for Acupuncturists Without Borders – A local Queen Anne acupuncturist is raising funds for a volunteer trip to Nepal with the non-profit organization Acupuncturists Without Borders.
Free Tax Prep – We highlighted this earlier this month, but since the FREE tax prep begins next Wednesday, February 6th, it’s worth highlighting again. AARP’s TaxAide will be at the Queen Anne Library every Wednesday from February 6th through April 10th. They’ve also added two Saturday sessions.
And more! Including a babysitter with references, a couple seeking a Queen Anne rental, and a local CSA produce drop site. Visit the Forum for more on these posts – it’s for you!
What’s in the Forum? Choir Auditions, Gym Deal, Free Tax Prep, and More
It’s been a while since we had a Forum roundup, but posts are picking up. We’ve had two posts on lost pets – and both have been found! Those posts have been deleted, as they had happy endings (you may recall lost kitty Dilly – she was a Forum post originally).
If you haven’t checked out the Forum lately, here are some other posts that you may be interested in:
Moving Sale – a reader has posted a listing of the like-new furniture that needs to be sold before a relocation move. If you’re looking to furnish a room or more, check out the list!
Women’s Choir Vox Oriana – a women’s choir based in Queen Anne, is holding auditions January 17, 24, and 31. Check out the post for more details on their upcoming Spring concert and the music they perform.
Seattle Gym Special – the New Year is still young, and the Seattle Gym is running a special to help you with your resolutions.
Free Tax Prep – AARP’s TaxAide will be at the Queen Anne Library again this year, every Wednesday from February 6th through April 10th. They’ve also added two Saturday sessions.
And more! Including piano & voice lessons, an apartment for rent, someone looking to rent a garage, and a free box spring. Feel free to check out the Forum – it’s for you, you can use it to post classifieds or start discussions …and we’ll keep fighting the spam, spammers love us!
What’s in the Forum?
Have you checked out the Forum lately? Well, here’s your friendly reminder about the Forum – it’s for you! It’s a venue for discussions among neighbors, local notices, items for sale, and more. All we ask is that you keep it friendly, and we’ll moderate the spam.
Here’s what’s new in the Forum:
Owl Attack – remember the owl attack on the Crown of Queen Anne? Well, a reader has posted a recent article on how owl attacks are fairly common this time of year. And, there are owls on Queen Anne – I passed 2 near the P-Patch, and kept a wary eye on them after the reader alert!
Nannies – we have two reader posts on nannies – one is looking for a Queen Anne family interested in a nanny share, and another is offering her services as a nanny including part-time child-care while you’re running errands or want some “me time”.
Stolen Bike – a Queen Anne resident’s bike was stolen, check the post for a description, and let the Forum know if you’ve experienced a bike (or other) theft recently.
And more! Check it out, start your own post, and weigh in on current posts.
Hello Queen Anne
If you haven’t checked our “About” page, you may have missed a small change… I’ve been tracking down Queen Anne neighborhood news and events for a couple of months now, taking blogging for a test-drive of sorts. Well, I’ve taken the plunge and am now the Editor for Queen Anne View.
So, what does this change mean? Nothing really – just that you’ll continue to get daily blog posts on Queen Anne news and happenings, and I’ll keep asking you for tips on stories, posts in the Forum, and general feedback. This is your neighborhood blog, so let me know what’s on your mind!
And, now back to the regularly scheduled Queen Anne View.
Editor, Queen Anne View