• QA Greenways tackles Coe intersection
    The Queen Anne Greenways group is continuing its work to make Queen Anne a more pedestrian-friendly neighborhood by working with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) to create an improved intersection at West McGraw Street and Seventh Avenue West.
  • THRIVE | A new look at ADHD, other neuro-behavioral disorders
    Welcome to Thrive! Our goal is to help provide you with current and well-researched data that will help the families in our great community reach their health goals.
  • GUEST COLUMN | Robin Williams as I knew him
    In the mid-‘80s, I lived on Vista Del Mar Lane in Tiburon, Calif., overlooking Keil Cove, parts of the East Bay and the northern half of Angle Island. Robin Williams’ parents lived across from me on Paradise Bay Road.
  • QA author Daheim brings mysteries closer to home
    Local author Mary Daheim has just published “Clam Wake,” bringing her total to more than 60 books. She writes at night in her Queen Anne home and includes the essence of the neighborhood in one of her series.
    
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  • The Steve Griggs Ensemble will perform “A Cup of Joe Brazil,” a program of original music and narration about jazz saxophonist Joe Brazil, in a free concert at the Queen Anne Library on Sunday, Aug. 24, at 2 p.m. 
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