Making strides in Olympia

District 36 legislators share progress report from session.

Get Growing: Winter sowing jumpstarts your garden

Gardeners have used “season-extenders” for centuries; for urban gardeners, winter sowing is another tool to consider.

These workouts will have you climbing the walls

Rock your workout at Seattle’s climbing gyms.

Letter to the editor: Coach Tim Moody impacted many lives

Letters to the Queen Anne & Magnolia News.

Pacific Northwest Ballet announces 2023-24 lineup

Artistic Director Peter Boal has announced the lineup for PNB’s 51st season, running from September through June 2024.

Seattle increasing parking rates in two-thirds of city

The Seattle Department of Transportation says parking activity in the city has been increasing since last year.

Sound Transit to consider light rail routes outside of Seattle’s Chinatown

Along with potential stations north and south of the Chinatown District, alternative routes on Fourth Avenue are still being considered.

Recipe: Fresh potato chips can't be beat

It’s easy to pick up a bag at the store, but why not whip up a fresh batch at home?

A place for pooches?

Off-leash dog park in upper Queen Anne possible under new city plan.

Nancy Weinbeck: The importance of sleep spindles

Sleep spindles appear to play a critical role in the processing and retention of memories.

Free health care services offered at Seattle/King County Clinic

From April 27-30, the first full clinic since the pandemic will provide free dental, medical and vision care to people in need.

Businesses, community leaders sound off on crime in Upper Queen Anne

Queen Anne stakeholders hoping city leaders will heed what they have to say.

Seattle poet hosts bilingual program series at Seattle Public Library

Former Washington Poet Laureate Claudia Castro Luna guest-curates the series.

Cook up a classic Philly sandwich

Cheesesteaks are decadent sliced beef sandwiches covered in gooey cheese and served on crusty rolls.

Queen Anne Little League hosts Opening Day parade

Queen Anne Little League players from more than 40 teams lined up to march down Queen Anne Avenue during the organization’s Opening Day Parade on Saturday in Upper Queen Anne. After a pancake breakfast at Bethany Presbyterian Church, QALL President Tommy Kim welcomed the crowd, and the Coe Choir sang the national anthem. The fire engine from Seattle Fire House No. 8 roared into action, and Seahawks Blue Thunder Drumline led the parade.