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Matias and Kleon Tona opened Dandylion at 532 Queen Anne Ave. N. earlier this year. Courtesy photo
Matias and Kleon Tona opened Dandylion at 532 Queen Anne Ave. N. earlier this year. Courtesy photo
Sunday, August 12, 2018 5:40 PM
Tona brothers open Uptown tapas bar as Dandylion transforms the former Peridot Boutique space
  • SDOT preparing for Seattle Squeeze
    Seattle’s “Period of Maximum Constraint,” when large construction and transportation projects cause traffic congestion to peak, is coming up fast. The transportation department is ramping up its response now, to ensure resources are quickly deployed when the time comes.
  • Review board clears NIWA Apartments
    The NIWA Apartments will become the biggest building on the block in Uptown. Whether it keeps any of its bright yellow cladding remains an unknown following a lengthy design review meeting on Wednesday.
  • John Hay students raise funds for new playground

    Oliver Forsberg knew from a young age that John Hay Elementary was in need of better accommodations for him and his fellow students.
    “We thought we needed a new playground, the playground is bad,” said the 9-year-old John Hay student.
    Like any child would, he called a meeting with principal Tami Beach to talk business.

  • Fort Lawton Redevelopment opponent refiles FEIS appeal
    The months-long battle between Magnolia activist Elizabeth Campbell and the City of Seattle is still in limbo with the Hearing Examiner after a series of requests between the two parties were sent this month.
  • North Queen Anne lumberyard fire act of arson
    The fire chief said arson investigators made the determination that the four-alarm fire  at Gascoigne Lumber Company and Northwest Millwork in North Queen Anne was intentionally set after reviewing security footage, but could not confirm whether it was from cameras on site or in neighboring commercial buildings.
  • Queen Anne Community Council preparing for ADU appeal hearing
    Queen Anne Community Council member Marty Kaplan and QACC's legal counsel will go before the Seattle Hearing Examiner to make a case for rejecting the city's final environmental impact statement for accessory dwelling units from March 25-29.
  • Food Lifeline extends deadline for ending relationship with Queen Anne Food Bank
    Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish’s Father Rich Luberti provided the Queen Anne Community Council with an update on its work to keep maintain from Food Lifeline for the church’s food bank.
  • Port of Seattle seeds Elliott Bay with Olympia oysters
    Port of Seattle Commissioner Fred Felleman is excited by the multiple benefits introducing native Olympia oysters in Elliott Bay will have for the Puget Sound ecosystem, and the potential to expand the Blue Carbon Pilot Project exponentially in the near future.
  • BNSF replacing Great Northern Train Bridge
    The historic Great Northern Train Bridge connecting Magnolia and Old Ballard over Salmon Bay has served the community well over the last 100 years.
    “It’s a great bridge,” BNSF Railroad Company spokesperson Courtney Wallace said. “But it’s time for it to retire.”
  • Queen Anne Community Council hears thoughts on ADU appeal

    The Queen Anne Community Council hosted nearly 100 residents from Queen Anne, Magnolia, Ballard and other nearby Seattle neighborhoods for a lively discourse over affordable housing in regards to Seattle City Councilmember Mike O’Brien’s accessory dwelling unit proposal.

  • Former Love Israel Family member publishes memoir

    There has been a lot written about the Love Israel Family commune, which had its start on Queen Anne Hill in 1968. Rachel Israel was a child when her mother brought her into the hippie community, and she says those writings barely scratch the surface.

  • Seattle Center stabbing victim dies

    A police report states David Lee Morris had considered killing the mother of his child months prior to Gabrielle Garcia’s stabbing death on Friday.
    Morris, 30, is being held in King County Jail, and probable cause for first-degree murder was established in King County Superior Court on Saturday.

  • UPDATE: Queen Anne robbery shooting suspect facing multiple felony charges

    “The defendant has now nearly murdered someone for the second time,” the charging document states. “This Court must not allow him the opportunity to attempt to murder a third victim.”

  • Mediterranean Mixta moving meals

    Fed up with a lack of quick and easy take-out dinner options, Chad Koehnke decided to make complete meals with his own hands and open what he believes is a one-of-a-kind food truck in West Queen Anne. Rather than a large menu of this and that, Mediterranean Mixta offers three to four complete dinner options for people on the go, with single- and multiple-serving options.

  • City looking to renew, expand Interbay Village
    Interbay Village residents came out Tuesday night to thank the community for making them feel welcome and to share how their lives have improved since moving from the streets to tiny houses.
  • Thinking big for All Premiere

    It’s an important moment in his work as a choreographer, and Kyle Davis has gone big.
    This Friday, Davis, a soloist with Pacific Northwest Ballet, will premiere his first commissioned work for the entire company.

  • Suspect in Queen Anne drug deal shooting facing robbery charge
    Police have arrested 18-year-old Tyler A. Appel as a suspect in the Sunday shooting of a 17-year-old during a drug deal in Queen Anne. He now faces one count of first-degree robbery.
  • Magnolia resident misses Fort Lawton appeal pre-hearing
    The Seattle Hearing Examiner cancelled an Oct. 29 hearing with Magnolia resident and activist Elizabeth Campbell regarding her appeal of the Fort Lawton Redevelopment project, with a final decision on the case now expected by early December.
  • Fardell Farms opens temporary Uptown produce market

    Fardell Farms operator Alex Fardell was looking for cold storage in Seattle for his produce, which he sells wholesale to grocery stores and at farmers markets. His plans scaled up when the old Manhattan Express building became available in the spring, where he is now running a temporary market.

  • Community to celebrate life of Queen Anne teen

    Ray Luiggi and Carmen Hagios are expecting hundreds of their son’s friends, family, classmates, doctors and nurses to attend Nico Luiggi’s celebration of life on Saturday.
    “We want to make this for the community, because there’s been a lot of grieving in the community, and not just in our house,” Ray Luiggi said.

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