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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
  • Eden Hill Provisions ready for the neighborhood
    Maximillian and Jennifer Petty are ready to share their more casual Eden Hills Provisions, the big sister to their first Queen Anne restaurant. Many menu items from Eden Hill have made their way down the street, plus some additions made possible with the larger kitchen space.
  • Queen Anne Community Council welcomes new members
    The Queen Anne Community Council welcomed three new members to the board during its annual meeting on Wednesday.
    There are still two seats left to fill.
  • Mayor lays out plan for providing Uber, Lyft drivers minimum wage
    Following similar moves in New York City and California to ensure fair compensation for Uber and Lyft drivers, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan has released her Fare Share Plan, which proposes to secure a minimum wage and benefits for independent contractors, and would add a new per-ride fee to complete the Center City Streetcar line, create more affordable housing and provide worker protections for drivers.
  • Quick work opening Lazy Susan

    Suzana Olmos grew up as one of six children to a Korean mother who insisted on keeping a clean house. The oldest daughter, Olmos was responsible for scrubbing the kitchen floor after dinner. She said she’d often protest when things were clean enough already, but her mother wouldn’t budge.
    “She’d always say, ‘You’re so lazy, Susan. Susan, you’re so lazy.”

  • Candidates talk LGBT, small business support at GSBA forum
    Seattle City Council District 7 candidate Andrew Lewis and Jim Pugel talked LGBTQ advocacy, police accountability, small business representation and collaboration with WSDOT on city transportation projects during a Greater Seattle Business Association forum on Tuesday, Sept. 10.
  • Chamber honors Queen Anne members for continued support
    The Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce honored its business members — large and small — for their contributions to bettering the community and support of the chamber during the organization’s 13th annual awards luncheon on Friday.
  • Supporters push to keep Safe Harbor going in Interbay
    Supporters of the Interbay Safe Harbor Tiny House Village spoke in favor of extending a lease for the city-sanctioned shelter on Port of Seattle land near Magnolia Bridge for another year during a community meeting on Wednesday.
  • Expedia Group plans to move first round of employees to Interbay next month
    Expedia Group will begin moving hundreds of employees over to its new 40-acre Interbay campus in early October, with a goal of having its entire workforce of 4,500 transitioned from the Eastside by early 2020.
  • Committee explores industrial/residential hybrid redevelopment on Interbay armory site

    The Interbay Public Development Advisory Committee has more redevelopment concepts under review than when it started, and hesitated to leave any off the table on Wednesday, Sept. 11.

  • Uptown Alliance checks Good Neighbor Agreement with community ahead of shelter opening
    Uptown Alliance leadership workshopped a draft Good Neighbor Agreement for the Elliott Enhanced Shelter with community members on Tuesday. The agreement is expected to be signed before the modular shelter opens on Elliott Avenue West later this year.
  • Catch Fishermen's Fall Festival on Sept. 21
    There’s plenty to catch at the Fishermen’s Fall Festival on Sept. 21. Paula Cassidy has watched it grow over the past 24 years, ever since she opened her Wild Salmon Seafood Market.
  • Helpline seeks volunteers for Taste of Queen Anne

    Local philanthropists of all means will have the opportunity to participate in an annual dinner fundraiser and live auction next month that benefits the Queen Anne Helpline.
    “Helpline has a staff of three,” says executive director Cara Lauer. “We have always been and continue to be dependent on volunteers.”

  • Free health care clinic returning to Seattle Center
    The Seattle/King County Clinic will remain at Seattle Center, but spread out in several buildings due to the major rebuild of the arena, which had been home to the four-day clinic since 2014.
  • City supplementing lost funding to maintain community center hours
    Though they feared they would be facing a reduction in hours due to the loss of nonprofit funding, several local community centers — including Queen Anne and Magnolia — will receive supplemental funds from the city.
  • Once and future Safeway
    The Queen Anne Safeway redevelopment will have neighborhood impacts during construction, and then after the large, new grocery store opens with more than 300 residences on top.
  • Queen Anne lottery player wins big again
    Greenwald recently celebrated his third big win, and the second at the Queen Anne Safeway at 2100 Queen Anne Ave. N. He hit all five numbers on his $5 Hit 5 card, winning $120,000, or $91,000 after taxes.
  • County, City Light to commission independent assessment of West Point electrical systems
    The King County Wastewater Treatment Division and Seattle City Light are working together to hire an independent consultant to evaluate the quality and reliability of electrical systems at and running into the West Point Treatment Plant following a power sag that required an emergency bypass on July 19.
  • Elizabeth Campbell fighting legislation to allow more tiny house villages around Seattle
    Elizabeth Campbell is challenging a suite of land-use code amendments that would ease restrictions on tiny house villages and allow for their construction citywide.
  • Kidney donor embarks on Grand Canyon advocacy adventure

    The day after New Year’s, Bobby McLaughlin gave his kidney to a stranger.
    He isn't stopping there.

  • Voting opens for Your Voice, Your Choice
    The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods has put up a list of district finalists for the Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks and Streets program. Residents have until Sept. 30 to vote for up to three projects they want to see realized.
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