57 min ago

COMMUNITY GIVING: You too can learn from what these preschoolers did before winter break

WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Gas-station rock-th...

    COMMUNITY GIVING: You too can learn from what these preschoolers did before winter break
    Thanks to Jennifer for the photos taken just before school got out for winter break: Holy Rosary Preschoolers met with West Seattle Food Bank rep Chris Dickie, who shared WSFB's mission with them. Everyone helped load the WSFB van with diapers and board games that were collected which will be distributed to local families in our community...
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57 min ago

TONIGHT’S LIGHTS: Around the corner from a well-known show …

WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Gas-station rock-th...

    TONIGHT'S LIGHTS: Around the corner from a well-known show ...
    Our featured lights tonight are on the west side of 40th SW, just north of SW Charlestown. Wendy e-mailed to say, "Check out 40th Ave SW between Charlestown and Hinds for awesome Xmas lights. Practically every house on the street (both sides) is lit up." And indeed they are.
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57 min ago

WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Gas-station rock-throwing; package theft; stolen Element found; neighborhood crime-rate comparisons

WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Gas-station rock-th...

    WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Gas-station rock-throwing; package theft; stolen Element found; neighborhood crime-rate comparisons
    Four notes in West Seattle Crime Watch tonight: GAS-STATION ROCK-THROWING: Ladder 11 was parked at the Fauntleroy/Alaska gas station early this evening not to fuel up, but because firefighters were helping with the aftermath of a rock-throwing attack. Police were there too and told us that a man, apparently under the influence, threw a ...
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57 min ago

THURSDAY: Watch the first post-Winter Solstice sunset with Alice Enevoldsen

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    THURSDAY: Watch the first post-Winter Solstice sunset with Alice Enevoldsen
    (December 2016 WSB photo by Patrick Sand) One year ago, the sun decided to show up for Alice Enevoldsen's Winter Solstice sunset watch at West Seattle's Solstice Park. Will we see it happen this year? The forecast so far is inconclusive.
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7 hours ago

VIDEO: 360-degree view of West Seattle’s Cove 2

VIDEO: 360-degree view of West Seattle’...

    VIDEO: 360-degree view of West Seattle's Cove 2
    The video is from "Diver Laura" James , who continues to experiment with 360-degree video equipment, and shared that clip from one of her most-recent experiments. It was recorded in the Cove 2 area off north/northeast West Seattle. P.S.
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10 hours ago

HAPPENING NOW: Extras at the West Seattle Farmers’ Market

HAPPENING NOW: Extras at the West Seattle Far...

    HAPPENING NOW: Extras at the West Seattle Farmers' Market
    Besides the farmers' stands - and holiday greenery! - at the West Seattle Farmers' Market until 2 pm, here's some of what else you'll find: SANTA TROLLEY: With the weather chillier, cloudier, and breezier than last week, it's an even-more-perfect day to take a trolley ride around The Junction!
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10 hours ago

UPDATE: Water rescue response off Fauntleroy, canceled

UPDATE: Water rescue response off Fauntleroy,...

    UPDATE: Water rescue response off Fauntleroy, canceled
    11:24 AM: SFD divers and rescuers are headed out for a report of a possible paddleboarder in trouble off Fauntleroy. Medics are headed for Don Armeni/Seacrest, where they would bring anyone they find. More to come. 11:32 AM UPDATE: SFD says it's made contact with the paddleboarder and they don't need help.
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14 hours ago

Many ways to enjoy your West Seattle Sunday

SUNDAY: Bring coats, hats, gloves to West Sea...

    Many ways to enjoy your West Seattle Sunday
    (The Junction Plaza Park Christmas tree by day, photographed by Laura Goodrich, shared via the WSB Flickr group) Welcome to Sunday! Our first set of highlights is from the WSB West Seattle Holiday Guide: HOLY ROSARY TREE LOT: Final day for the Holy Rosary Tree Lot, north of the school, with trees, wreaths and garlands.
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22 hours ago

VIDEO: Caspar Babypants and fans at Easy Street Records, with special guest Max

VIDEO: Caspar Babypants and fans at Easy Stre...

    VIDEO: Caspar Babypants and fans at Easy Street Records, with special guest Max
    We weren't surprised to find a store-and-café-filling crowd at Easy Street Records tonight for kinder-rock star Caspar Babypants - but there was something - someone - unexpected during our visit - when CB played " Pop Goes the Weasel."
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24 hours ago

TONIGHT’S LIGHTS: Santa’s night at the Menashe Family Lights

TONIGHT’S LIGHTS: Santa’s night a...

    TONIGHT'S LIGHTS: Santa's night at the Menashe Family Lights
    Tonight's featured Christmas lights are the legendary Menashe Family Lights (5605 Beach Dr. SW) - because this is the night that Santa is there, to delight young West Seattleites and to collect food for the West Seattle Food Bank. Santa's there until 10 tonight; the Menashe Family Lights are on nightly throughout the holiday season, ...
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24 hours ago

SUNDAY: Bring coats, hats, gloves to West Seattle Farmers’ Market for Hometown Holidays donation drive

VIDEO: Christmas-lights viewing on the run wi...

    SUNDAY: Bring coats, hats, gloves to West Seattle Farmers' Market for Hometown Holidays donation drive
    (WSB photo from 2016 Cocoa and Coat Drive) Last year, generous West Seattleites donated more than 200 coats during the Hometown Holidays Cocoa and Coat Drive at the WS Farmers' Market - and tomorrow's the day you have the chance to help beat that total!
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24 hours ago

VIDEO: Christmas-lights viewing on the run with West Seattle Runner

VIDEO: Christmas-lights viewing on the run wi...

    VIDEO: Christmas-lights viewing on the run with West Seattle Runner
    Even before Lori and Tim McConnell opened their one-of-a-kind West Seattle Runner (2743 California SW; WSB sponsor) in 2010, a holiday-lights run was a tradition. Tonight was the night they gathered runners and walkers in their shop for a celebration with something extra. First, a group photo: Then, off on a route that, as usual, was ...
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31 hours ago

FOLLOWUP: Westwood Village drive-up/ride-up mailbox removed

FOLLOWUP: Westwood Village drive-up/ride-up m...

    FOLLOWUP: Westwood Village drive-up/ride-up mailbox removed
    For the first several days after the Westwood Village Post Office 's drive-up/ride-up mailbox was taped off a week-plus ago, with a warning that it was "broken," we went by daily in hopes of seeing it open again. We didn't check the past few days, and then Mark sent a note this afternoon reporting that it's been removed.
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33 hours ago

THINK SUMMER! West Seattle Garden Tour’s 2018 art contest is on

THINK SUMMER! West Seattle Garden Tour’...

    THINK SUMMER! West Seattle Garden Tour's 2018 art contest is on
    Though winter hasn't officially begun (solstice is next Thursday morning), we already have a reason to think summer: We're halfway between this year's West Seattle Garden Tour and next year's WSGT. And tour organizers have launched the annual art competition: West Seattle Garden Tour's annual search for talented local artists is under way!
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34 hours ago

HAPPENING NOW: Santa Claus @ My Three Little Birds

HAPPENING NOW: Santa Claus @ My Three Little ...

    HAPPENING NOW: Santa Claus @ My Three Little Birds
    Santa's everywhere today, as previewed in our highlights list - until 2 pm you'll find him in Morgan Junction at My Three Little Birds (6959 California SW; WSB sponsor), where we photographed him with proprietor Jennifer Young. Santa's had his own section all season long in the WSB West Seattle Holiday Guide, by the way ...
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35 hours ago

READER REPORT: Package opened, dumped in Sunrise Heights

READER REPORT: Package opened, dumped in Sunr...

    READER REPORT: Package opened, dumped in Sunrise Heights
    While on her way to work this morning, Krystal spotted and photographed that open-and-dumped package at the corner of 30th and Holden. Whether the contents were originally with that box, impossible to tell, but the box is labeled with the name and address of someone nearby, in the 7700 block of SW Holden.
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38 hours ago

West Seattle Saturday: Special Santa spots, surf music, Caspar Babypants, Christmas Light Run/Walk, art sales, more!

West Seattle Saturday: Special Santa spots, s...

    West Seattle Saturday: Special Santa spots, surf music, Caspar Babypants, Christmas Light Run/Walk, art sales, more!
    (Along the Longfellow Creek Trail - photo by Laura Goodrich, shared via the WSB Flickr group) Your big Saturday starts now! First, highlights from the WSB West Seattle Holiday Guide: SANTA PHOTOS AT CAPERS: Santa photos at CAPERS in The Junction, 9 am-noon. Donations benefit the West Seattle Food Bank.
    http://westseattleblog.com

47 hours ago

UPDATE: Seattle Fire ‘full response’ for possible house fire in 7700 block 8th SW

UPDATE: Seattle Fire ‘full responseR...

    UPDATE: Seattle Fire 'full response' for possible house fire in 7700 block 8th SW
    11:44 PM: A "full response" is headed to a possible house fire in the 7700 block of 8th SW [ map]. Initial description is that it's believed to be an electrical fire in the basement. 11:48 PM: Per scanner, first crews to arrive report "light smoke."
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2 days ago

2 days ago

TOMORROW: West Seattle Brownie Troop 40596’s benefit bake sale in The Junction

THE WHALE TRAIL: ‘It’s not too la...

    TOMORROW: West Seattle Brownie Troop 40596's benefit bake sale in The Junction
    While you're out shopping in The Junction tomorrow, check out these girls' benefit bake sale: The photo of Brownie Troop 40596 members is from Karen Crane, who says they met earlier this week to make those signs for their bake sale tomorrow (Saturday), with all proceeds going to Wellspring Family Services.
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2 days ago

Two Admiral Way incidents, no injuries

TONIGHT’S LIGHTS: Brightness by the bri...

    Two Admiral Way incidents, no injuries
    Thanks for the tips about that crash on the southeast corner of 42nd/Admiral this past hour, before the downpour that's moving through now. WSB's Christopher Boffoli photographed it and also reported an incident a bit further west on the other side of Admiral.
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2 days ago

THE WHALE TRAIL: ‘It’s not too late’ for resident orcas to recover, but …

THE WHALE TRAIL: ‘It’s not too la...

    THE WHALE TRAIL: 'It's not too late' for resident orcas to recover, but ...
    (Tuesday photo by Kersti Muul) By Tracy Record West Seattle Blog editor West Seattle-based, West Coast-spanning The Whale Trail chose an auspicious week for its annual winter gathering: It began with two opportunities to watch Southern Resident Killer Whales passing our shores, southbound Monday and northbound Tuesday. The message of the ...
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2 days ago

TONIGHT’S LIGHTS: Brightness by the bridge

THE WHALE TRAIL: ‘It’s not too la...

    TONIGHT'S LIGHTS: Brightness by the bridge
    (WSB photos) Continuing to spotlight Christmas lights nightly ... the Wenn family's residence is still shining brightest on the well-lit 4000 block of Fauntleroy Way SW alongside the west end of the West Seattle Bridge. Many famous characters to appreciate, too, including this timely trio: Thanks for the ongoing tips (editor@westseattl...
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2 days ago

HAPPENING NOW: Santa photos and holiday cheer @ HomeStreet Bank

HAPPENING NOW: Santa photos and holiday cheer...

    HAPPENING NOW: Santa photos and holiday cheer @ HomeStreet Bank
    Santa Claus has arrived at HomeStreet Bank (4022 SW Alaska; WSB sponsor) for photos until 6 pm! Cocoa and cookies too - drop in for holiday cheer; it's also a donation drive for the West Seattle Food Bank, so bring along nonperishable food for the bin.
    http://westseattleblog.com

2 days ago

CITY CHANGES: SDOT director Scott Kubly quits, and other announcements from the mayor

CITY CHANGES: SDOT director Scott Kubly quits...

    CITY CHANGES: SDOT director Scott Kubly quits, and other announcements from the mayor
    Though he didn't get that Texas job he was reported to be seeking, SDOT director Scott Kubly has resigned anyway, Mayor Jenny Durkan's office announced this afternoon. The announcement includes word of an interim successor, another high-level city official's departure, and a list of some who are staying on: Mayor Jenny A.
    http://westseattleblog.com

2 days ago

DEVELOPMENT: Mixed-use proposal for South Delridge lot; first Design Review meeting of 2018 scheduled

DEVELOPMENT: Mixed-use proposal for South Del...

    DEVELOPMENT: Mixed-use proposal for South Delridge lot; first Design Review meeting of 2018 scheduled
    Two West Seattle development notes: SOUTH DELRIDGE LOT PROPOSAL: That vacant lot at 9419 17th SW, long-ago home to a fire-damaged house that was demolished several years back, has an early-stage development proposal: "2 new mixed use buildings, consisting of 8 individual commercial/residential units."
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2 days ago

CHRISTMAS COUNTDOWN: Last 3 days for Holy Rosary tree lot

CHRISTMAS COUNTDOWN: Last 3 days for Holy Ros...

    CHRISTMAS COUNTDOWN: Last 3 days for Holy Rosary tree lot
    As far as we know, the Holy Rosary School tree lot is the only school-benefiting Christmas tree lot in West Seattle - and part of the proceeds go to other nonprofits (emergency-assistance-providing West Seattle Helpline, domestic-violence-survivors-assisting Hickman House, hunger-fighting West Seattle Food Bank), too. The volunteers who run ...
    http://westseattleblog.com

2 days ago

West Seattle Friday: Native Arts & Crafts Market; Hanukkah party; holiday concerts…

West Seattle Friday: Native Arts & Craft...

    West Seattle Friday: Native Arts & Crafts Market; Hanukkah party; holiday concerts...
    While we have been featuring holiday lights again this year, Mary sent that photo and said the neighbor who decorates the traffic circle at 17th/Cloverdale is worthy of recognition too. Absolutely! (To suggest a spotlight on decorations and/or lights, editor@westseattleblog.com - thanks!) Now, on to what's happening for your Friday, two lists ...
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2 days ago

HOLIDAY GUIDE: Christmas services? New Year’s parties? Still adding!

HOLIDAY GUIDE: Christmas services? New Year...

    HOLIDAY GUIDE: Christmas services? New Year's parties? Still adding!
    Huge thanks to everyone who's shared news of holiday happenings for this year's WSB West Seattle Holiday Guide - and with a little over two weeks remaining until New Year's, we wanted to remind you that we're still updating daily, and that includes churches' Christmas (etc.)
    http://westseattleblog.com

2 days ago

TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Friday watch

TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Friday watch...

    TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Friday watch
    (SDOT MAP with travel times/video links; is the 'low bridge' closed? LOOK HERE) 6:59 AM: Good morning and welcome to Friday. No incidents in/from West Seattle so far this morning. SCHOOL'S OUT EARLY: Seattle Public Schools get out one hour early today, to start their two-week winter break.
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2 days ago

West Seattle holiday scene: 8th annual Posada at Denny International Middle School

West Seattle holiday scene: 8th annual Posada...

    West Seattle holiday scene: 8th annual Posada at Denny International Middle School
    For the eighth year, Denny International Middle School's Posada celebration brought holiday family fun - from a piñata, to music by Banda Vagos: Denny principal Jeff Clark was in his Dolphins-blue suit as he provided piñata assistance: Today (Friday) is the last day of school before winter break for Denny and other Seattle ...
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3 days ago

3 days ago

RESTORING SEOLA POND: Explorer West, Westside students help Scott Dolfay’s dream become reality

RESTORING SEOLA POND: Explorer West, Westside...

    RESTORING SEOLA POND: Explorer West, Westside students help Scott Dolfay's dream become reality
    A local greenspace is a little greener tonight thanks to the hard work of dozens of student volunteers - and a man with a vision. The site is Seola Pond, near 30th SW/SW 106th. The students who worked there this afternoon, getting native plants into the ground, were from nearby Explorer West Middle School and Westside School (both WSB ...
    http://westseattleblog.com

3 days ago

HAPPENING NOW: West Seattle Art Walk, holiday edition, and Shop Late Thursday in The Junction

RESTORING SEOLA POND: Explorer West, Westside...

    HAPPENING NOW: West Seattle Art Walk, holiday edition, and Shop Late Thursday in The Junction
    Santa Claus is in The Junction! It's a double-special night - the second-to-last Shop Late Thursday before Christmas, and the holiday edition of the West Seattle Art Walk. Also roaming The Junction right now - the Silver Belles carolers, who you might recall from the Hometown Holidays Tree Lighting celebration almost two weeks ago.
    http://westseattleblog.com

3 days ago

TONIGHT’S LIGHTS: ‘A holiday display worth seeing’

RESTORING SEOLA POND: Explorer West, Westside...

    TONIGHT'S LIGHTS: 'A holiday display worth seeing'
    Thanks to Sonia for the photo of tonight's featured lights - she says it's just "a sneak peek" of "a holiday display worth seeing" in the 3400 block of 48th SW, noting that the same house has an "awesome Halloween display."
    http://westseattleblog.com

3 days ago

FERRIES: Triangle Route Task Force members make their ‘should we stay or should we go’ decision

RESTORING SEOLA POND: Explorer West, Westside...

    FERRIES: Triangle Route Task Force members make their 'should we stay or should we go' decision
    By Tracy Record West Seattle Blog editor The big decision has been made: The Washington State Ferries citizen advisory committee known as the Triangle Route Improvement Task Force will continue. Its mission will change. The decisionmaking opened the task force's every-month-or-so meeting Wednesday afternoon/evening at Fauntleroy ...
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3 days ago

TRAFFIC ALERT: East Marginal closure north of West Seattle Bridge late Saturday/early Sunday

RESTORING SEOLA POND: Explorer West, Westside...

    TRAFFIC ALERT: East Marginal closure north of West Seattle Bridge late Saturday/early Sunday
    Just in from SDOT - a road-closure alert for 9 pm Saturday until 1 am Sunday. The pergola for the Washington Street Boat Landing will be returned to its historic spot on the south end of the downtown waterfront, more than three years after it was removed, to be restored while the Waterfront Seattle project had work to do at its location.
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3 days ago

DINE OUT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE: 5 schools, 1 restaurant, next Tuesday

DINE OUT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE: 5 schools, 1 r...

    DINE OUT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE: 5 schools, 1 restaurant, next Tuesday
    West Seattle's school communities have been talking for some time now about how to help each other - the West Seattle School Parent Collaborative is one way - and another is coming up with a chance to involve many people from around the community, including you: One big event to benefit five schools next Tuesday (December 19th).
    http://westseattleblog.com

3 days ago

BIZNOTE: Outer Space Seattle almost ready to blast off

BIZNOTE: Outer Space Seattle almost ready to ...

    BIZNOTE: Outer Space Seattle almost ready to blast off
    That's the video Caitlin Huertas made to promote her plan to open what would be West Seattle's only "large indoor play space" as well as the only one with a space theme - it'll be called Outer Space Seattle .
    http://westseattleblog.com

3 days ago

FOLLOWUP: 2017 sidewalk projects you won’t see until 2018

FOLLOWUP: 2017 sidewalk projects you won̵...

    FOLLOWUP: 2017 sidewalk projects you won't see until 2018
    (City-provided map from March 2017) Back in March, we mentioned three West Seattle sidewalk projects were in the works for this year; the city-provided map above accompanied the announcement. With the year almost over, we found that two of them have slid to 2018: The city is currently seeking bids to build the sidewalk along 35th SW between SW ...
    http://westseattleblog.com

3 days ago

West Seattle Thursday: Art Walk, Shop Late, Christmas Ship, post-outage meeting, more

West Seattle Thursday: Art Walk, Shop Late, C...

    West Seattle Thursday: Art Walk, Shop Late, Christmas Ship, post-outage meeting, more
    First, from the WSB West Seattle Holiday Guide: HANUKKAH: Third night of the Festival of Lights. (Here's the listing for tomorrow's community celebration at West Seattle synagogue Kol HaNeshamah.) WINTER BAKING DEMONSTRATION: At West Seattle YMCA (WSB sponsor) with chef/author Kim O'Donnel. From gingerbread cutouts to sufganiyot (jelly ...
    http://westseattleblog.com

3 days ago

VIDEO: Hope & Seattle Lutheran students’ concert ‘Sounds of Winter’

VIDEO: Hope & Seattle Lutheran students&...

    VIDEO: Hope & Seattle Lutheran students' concert 'Sounds of Winter'
    'Tis the season for holiday/winter concerts, especially this week, with many local school groups performing in the nights before winter break. Last night at Hope Lutheran School , it was a full house for the "Sounds of Winter" concert by groups from Hope and nearby Seattle Lutheran High School .
    http://westseattleblog.com

3 days ago

TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Thursday watch

TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Thursday watch...

    TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Thursday watch
    (SDOT MAP with travel times/video links; is the 'low bridge' closed? LOOK HERE) 7:02 AM: Good morning! We've just checked around and no incidents are reported in/from West Seattle. NOTE: Today is the last full day of school before a two-week winter break for most local students (Seattle Public Schools and those who follow its calendar ...
    http://westseattleblog.com

3 days ago

Admiral Neighborhood Association: From noise to Hubs to HALA and beyond

FOLLOWUP: Mayor Durkan signs Sound Transit pa...

    Admiral Neighborhood Association: From noise to Hubs to HALA and beyond
    By Linda Ball Reporting for West Seattle Blog The Admiral Neighborhood Association's last meeting of 2017 on Tuesday night brought a number of issues to the table. Election of officers for the new year included president Larry Wymer and treasurer Carrie McCann continuing in their respective roles, but the vice-president and secretary ...
    http://westseattleblog.com

4 days ago

HAPPENING NOW: Cocoa Cris Cringle’s 2017 photo sessions to help West Seattle Food Bank

WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen black Elemen...

    HAPPENING NOW: Cocoa Cris Cringle's 2017 photo sessions to help West Seattle Food Bank
    Cocoa Cris Cringle is in the house - well, the shop - at Easy Street Records, for his annual photo sessions, benefiting the West Seattle Food Bank. (Discount if you bring a nonperishable-food donation!) We were there as Cocoa Cris's fans of all ages started showing up for pics: Holiday photos of course include the family pet(s) someti...
    http://westseattleblog.com

4 days ago

TONIGHT’S LIGHTS: ‘Tree’ on Pigeon Point

TONIGHT’S LIGHTS: ‘Tree’ on...

    TONIGHT'S LIGHTS: 'Tree' on Pigeon Point
    Thanks to Trissa for the photo! She explains: I decided that I wanted a tree of lights & our whole family worked together to create this. We're on Pigeon Point & you can see it when you're driving east on Yancy from Avalon. Happy Holidays!
    http://westseattleblog.com

4 days ago

FOLLOWUP: Mayor Durkan signs Sound Transit partnering agreement for West Seattle, Ballard light-rail planning

WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen black Elemen...

    FOLLOWUP: Mayor Durkan signs Sound Transit partnering agreement for West Seattle, Ballard light-rail planning
    That "partnering agreement" between the city and Sound Transit , to get going on West Seattle (2030) and Ballard (2035) light rail, has now been signed by Mayor Jenny Durkan, whose office sent this announcement: With the support of all Seattle-area Sound Transit Board Members, Mayor Jenny A.
    http://westseattleblog.com

4 days ago

TOMORROW: Shop Late Thursday and West Seattle Art Walk, holiday edition

WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen black Elemen...

    TOMORROW: Shop Late Thursday and West Seattle Art Walk, holiday edition
    (Click to see larger image) The next huge Hometown Holidays night in The Junction is tomorrow (Thursday, December 14th) - when the December edition of the West Seattle Art Walk happens on Shop Late Thursday, which means many reasons to be there! Including Santa - roaming!
    http://westseattleblog.com

4 days ago

WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen black Element; car break-in during school concert

WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen black Elemen...

    WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen black Element; car break-in during school concert
    Two reader reports received this past hour, both of which include items big and small you might be able to help find: STOLEN ELEMENT: The photo and report are from Kanti: Stolen 2004 Black Honda Element WA AWN9996 from our home at 30th and Henderson.
    http://westseattleblog.com

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