• 97-unit building to house homeless in Interbay
    Downtown Emergency Services Center (DESC), a nonprofit focused on housing the homeless and providing social services, will break ground for another permanent housing site in Interbay this September.
  • RAMBLINGS | Too cool for school shopping
    If you’ve been watching TV for any time period of longer than 15 minutes during the last couple of weeks, you’ve no doubt become inundated with “back-to-school” advertisements.
  • HEALTHY TODAY | School nutrition: Food for thought and fun
    Packing healthy lunches is one area parents often don’t think through until just days before the first day of school. During the school year, it’s all-too-common for children to consume more than half their daily calories and meals away from home.
  • Local artists taking center stage at Bumbershoot
    Make plans this Labor Day weekend to watch a group of zombie impersonators, nationally recognized comedians, a country rock band and a Shakespeare improvisational troupe.
    
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  • Boston St. sidewalk gets remodel
    The sidewalk project on West Boston Street and Queen Anne Avenue North is nearly complete. The project repairs the sidewalk, widens the tree beds and creates a clear distinction between the street and alley. 
  • Nana’s opens with colorful Mexican flair
    It’s difficult to miss, with its multicolored flags strung across the patio and the portrait of a traditional Mexican woman on the sign. Nana’s on Queen Anne opened last month on Aug. 6. 
  • Next March, King County Metro’s low-income riders will be able to ride for a lower fare of just $1.50. Metro estimates upward of 100,000 people will qualify for the new fare card. 
  • AGING WITH CARE | Set up a supportive network
    Due to aging baby boomers, seniors are the largest growing sector of our population. Every day, 10,000 baby boomers turn 65. This is the generation that was known to have said, “Don’t trust anyone over 30!” 
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