Mar 7

March 7, 2018

After a U-District Homeless Encampment Was Cleaned Up, Residents Move to Green Lake

By Michelle Esteban From one neighborhood to the next, a Seattle homeless encampment and all its debris and human waste are now gone. The city cleaned it up Tuesday, but most of the homeless have opted to stay on the streets. Hundreds of needles, mounds of refuse, human feces, strewn trash and rats are all part of life in a public-owned lot on Seattle’s 40th Street and Pasadena Place. For more than three months, the unsanctioned homeless encampment in the…

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Feb 28

February 28, 2018

Green Lake Events: Things to Do in March

There are a few fun cultural events happening in Green Lake this month… Fridays in March: Latona Pub’s Weekly Happy Hour Jazz 5pm – 7pm | Latona Pub Latona Pub hosts a weekly happy hour in February, with live jazz music led by Phil Sparks, who is acclaimed as one of the best jazz artists in Seattle! It’s inspired by Boots, Barrie, and Murray, with happy hour bites and beer to enjoy while you listen! March 9: PhinneyWood Art Walk…

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Feb 21

February 21, 2018

Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board to Consider Spud Fish & Chips’ Status on March 21

By Lynn Porter Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board on March 21 will consider designating the Spud Fish & Chips building at 6860 E. Green Lake Way N. as a city landmark. Blueprint Capital wants to redevelop the site for apartments. The 1,637-square-foot building, with its butterfly roof, was constructed in 1959. It was designed by Edward L. Cushman in the flamboyant “Googie” style, which influenced fast-food eateries, motels and gas stations across the country after World War II. Spud’s pending demolition…

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Feb 13

February 13, 2018

Four Local Services That Can Make Your Life Easier

Sometimes we need more than 24 hours in a day. Whether you’re a busy parent, fully-booked graduate student, or someone who never seems to get out of the office by the five, having a few services at your disposal to help you check everything off your to-do list can take a huge weight off your shoulders. If you’re a Seattle resident hoping to make your life a bit easier, we’re here for you. Consider using these local businesses next time…

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Feb 7

February 7, 2018

Lunchbox Laboratory to Replace Greenlake Bar & Grill

By Lynsi Burton A Green Lake institution is closing, but transforming to a burgeoning Seattle-area brand. Greenlake Bar and Grill at 7200 East Green Lake Drive North, will serve its last burgers Feb. 11. Then its sister brand, LunchBox Laboratory, will open in its place in March. John Schmidt, CEO of both the Neighborhood Bar and Grill and the LunchBox Laboratory franchises, says that the makeover is an effort to boost sales at the Green Lake location. After 17 years of serving…

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Jan 30

January 30, 2018

Green Lake Events: Things to Do in February

Enjoy wine, music, art and more this month in Green Lake. Fridays in February: Latona Pub’s Weekly Happy Hour Jazz 5pm – 7pm | Latona Pub Latona Pub hosts a weekly happy hour in February, with live jazz music led by Phil Sparks, who is acclaimed as one of the best jazz artists in Seattle! It’s inspired by Boots, Barrie, and Murray, with happy hour bites and beer to enjoy while you listen! February 7: Wine Dinner Featuring St. Innocent…

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