Oct 11

October 11, 2017

Fall Flavors in Green Lake

Fall is officially here, and with the cold, rainy days ahead we need some delicious food and beverages to both keep us warm and excite our taste buds. Hop around to the different restaurants – high-end and fast-casual alike – throughout Green Lake to get a taste of their fall flavors! Sip on craft brews and savor some delicious pub food at Latona Pub. The Winter Duck Salad will hit the spot for fall goodness; arugula topped with Sonoma duck…

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Oct 4

October 4, 2017

Green Lake Neighbors Concerned About Local Church’s Homeless Outreach

By Joel Moreno Perceptions that a church group planned to open another homeless shelter brought out riled neighbors in Green Lake on Tuesday night. As clergy members with Mosaic Community Church clarified their plans during a community meeting, residents who attended only seemed to have more questions. The church is in the process of remodeling the former Purple Store at 7616 Aurora Ave N. Pastor Andrew Bach said there there are no plans for an overnight shelter, but the church…

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Sep 27

September 27, 2017

Green Lake Events: Things to Do in October

Green Lake offers some fun things to do coming up in October. Here’s a quick list to get your calendar filled! October 3: Last Day of Oktoberfest at Greenlake Bar & Grill All Day | Greenlake Bar & Grill Get your jagerschnitzel and Bavarian bratwurst with a cold draft on the side during Greenlake Bar & Grill’s Oktoberfest celebration! Now through October 3rd. October 5: Power of Community Breakfast 7:30am – 8:30am | Greenwood Senior Center Our communities are an…

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Sep 20

September 20, 2017

Illegal Green Lake Skate Bowl Will Cost $33,000

Crews with Seattle Parks and Recreation are dismantling an unauthorized skate park on Duck Island in Green Lake this week. The large concrete bowl was built by a group of skateboard fans in response to a do-it-yourself contest from Nike and TransWorld Skateboarding. Kelly Brown with Seattle Parks said building the illegal skate park destroyed a lot of vegetation on Duck Island, which until now, the city had considered an unofficial bird sanctuary. “By putting the concrete skate park in…

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Sep 15

September 15, 2017

Let There be Light

As we watch the days slowly shift from summer to fall and begin to shorten, sunlight becomes a precious commodity. In all societies, from the beginning of time, people have gathered together to celebrate or acknowledge the changing of the seasons,  and to appreciate light’s role in it. The colorful Luminata procession at Green Lake is one way to come together during this autumnal equinox. On Thursday, September 21st, between 7-10 p.m., join others in a lantern-filled procession starting at the Aqua…

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Sep 12

September 12, 2017

What’s That Delicious Smell? Bongos Café

By Ryan Murray There’s an oasis in North Seattle, and it used to be a gas station. Now, it’s a faux-seaside resort complete with margaritas and a sandy beach, removing you nearly entirely from busy Aurora Avenue North just over the walls. Bongos Café serves up Caribbean sandwiches that are among the best in the city. With all due respect to competing sandwich shops Paseo and Un Bien, Bongos is a more affordable, leisurely option than either of those other…

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