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Seattle Times covers Queen Anne’s Rafael Carrabba Violins’ restoration of a 1684 Stradivarius

Posted on April 24th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

If you’ve ever walked by Rafael Carrabba Violins on W Galer St, you may have wondered what goes on at the violin shop on Queen Anne. We’ve even featured the little, unassuming violin sign that hangs from the wooden building on our Instagram account. Wonder no more – in today’s The Seattle Times, a profile of the Read the full article…


Three Queen Anne restaurants to participate in Dining Out for Life this Thursday

Posted on April 24th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

The annual Dining Out for Life is this Thursday, April 28th, and this year, three Queen Anne restaurants are participating to help raise funds for Lifelong. On Thursday, over 100 restaurants in the Seattle metro area will donate 30-50% of their proceeds to Lifelong’s Chicken Soup Brigade food program that feeds people fighting hunger and Read the full article…


Seattle Animal Shelter Pet of the Week: Rusty

Posted on April 17th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

Meet Rusty! Rusty is young, long and lean with endless energy to run and play. He purrs the minute you touch him, but is too energetic to sit in your lap. He was found on a busy street and was probably hit by a car. Both of his back legs were broken, but he is mended Read the full article…


Campfire BBQ moves in next door to Citizen

Posted on April 14th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

About 10 days ago, a reader let us know that Citizen has a new roommate at 706 Taylor Ave N – then, the flu hit me and derailed my plans on digging for more BBQ info. Now that I’m feeling a bit better, the blog posts are stacked pretty high in the queue. But, let’s Read the full article…


FOUND: Dog near MacLean Park on Taylor Ave N

Posted on April 4th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

UPDATE: the dog’s owner has been found, thanks to all who shared the post! A reader wrote in to let us know that this pup was wandering around the 1900 block of Taylor Ave N today. This particular spot of Queen Anne is near MacLean Park and the Northeast Queen Anne Greenbelt. According to the Read the full article…


Learn more about the new Expedia campus at the Queen Anne Community Council meeting

Posted on April 4th, 2016 by Laura Fonda

Have you been curious about Expedia’s plans for the old Amgen campus on the waterfront? Or, perhaps you have questions about traffic impacts and mitigation? If so, attend this month’s Queen Anne Community Council meeting to learn more. The QACC meeting is Wednesday, April 6th at Queen Anne Manor (100 Crockett St). It begins at Read the full article…


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