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Guest review: Magnolia’s Bookstore is a resounding success

As an avid reader, I admittedly spend a lot of my time not only reading books but also searching for them.

Search for next Seattle police chief is underway

Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz has resigned from his position, with former King County Sheriff Sue Rahr taking over temporarily as the search for a permanent police chief is underway.

Recipe: Messing with strawberries

This dessert encourages you to mess with your food. In fact, precision is not advised. In other words, it's my kind of dessert.

Open-carry now banned in WA transit stations, libraries, zoos

A new Washington gun law takes effect Thursday which prohibits open carry of firearms in libraries, transit facilities, zoos, and more.

Washington starts nationwide search for electric ferry builders

The Washington State Department of Transportation is moving forward with plans to have hybrid electric ferries built rather than ones run by diesel, which some say would allow the state agency to expand its fleet more quickly.

NAIA bars transgender women from women’s sports

Transgender women wanting to enter women's sports in community colleges will not be able to after a new national policy has prohibited them from doing so.

Queen Anne Little League celebrates 50 years of softball

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Little League Softball. According to, Little League Softball started in 1974 with just two divisions.

Sanelli to give author presentation

Mary Lou Sanelli will a give an author presentation at Queen Anne's beloved Fountain Head Gallery at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 15.

Farmer’s market open

City Councilmembers Bob Kettle and Tanya Woo joined staff and volunteers to ring the opening bell of the season’s first Queen Anne Farmer’s Market.

Seattle Center welcomes new public art

Seattle Center is pleased to welcome a new public art installation to campus, courtesy of Chihuly Garden and Glass.

Monorail column murals line the Seattle streets

Gearing up for the summer, Seattle Monorail Services has partnered with Seattle Center and the City of Seattle’s Office of Economic Development to showcase local art on the historic Seattle Center Monorail guideway columns.

Queen Anne Historical Society 2024 awards celebration

On May 23 at the Elks Lodge #92, the Queen Anne Historical Society held their 2024 Awards Celebration.

Recipe: Your salad needs fruit

When stone fruit is in season, it's time to indulge. There's no denying the joy of slurpy bites of juicy fresh peaches, nectarines and plums -- but also consider applying fire and heat.

Association of WA Business endorses two of three initiatives on the fall ballot

The board of directors of the Association of Washington Business – the state’s oldest and largest business association – has endorsed two of three initiatives on this November’s ballot.

Proposed $1.45B Seattle transportation levy may expand before council vote

Members of the Seattle City Council continue discussing a possible $1.45 billion transportation levy, with potential for the levy to increase funding even more.