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  1. EDITORIAL | Nextdoor's semi-public dealingsRead the original story

    Mar 1, 2016 | Magnolia News

    Whether the city continues its partnership with online residential community site Nextdoor.com appears to be up in the air. While the site has its uses, fostering inclusiveness at public meetings is not currently one of them.

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  2. Food Matters | Grab a seat at GrappaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2016 | Magnolia News

    This column has been corrected to reflect that Orrapin Thai Cuisine - owned by Orrapin Chancharu - was not in the Grappa location previously; it is still open in the spot next door. You know that corner at Queen Anne Avenue North and Boston Street, the one with the dueling coffee shops, Starbucks and Storyville? Where La Luna recently flickered and where Flow and Opal had perished before? Well, to the rescue come two gents who found themselves in Seattle at the turn of the century to study at the University of Washington: Aleks Tona, from Greece , and Yekta Levent, from Turkey .

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  3. History in Perspective | Queen Anne Scenic DrivewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2016 | Magnolia News

    Looking northwest at 10th Avenue West and Lee Street, circa May 1903. Photo courtesy of Olmsted Bros./National Park Service Although it is incorrect to include our Queen Anne Boulevard among the boulevards identified by John Charles Olmsted in his 1903 plan for Seattle parks, it is equally incorrect to suggest that he and his firm, Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects, had no role in its creation.

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  4. Snapshot in Time: Magnolia | Magnolia School: New life for a new-historic landmarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2016 | Magnolia News

    Third-graders at Magnolia School in 1935. The children in the back are preparing for a presentation.

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  5. History in Perspective | Queen Anne Scenic DrivewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2016 | Magnolia News

    Looking northwest at 10th Avenue West and Lee Street, circa May 1903. Photo courtesy of Olmsted Bros./National Park Service Although it is incorrect to include our Queen Anne Boulevard among the boulevards identified by John Charles Olmsted in his 1903 plan for Seattle parks, it is equally incorrect to suggest that he and his firm, Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects, had no role in its creation.

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  6. a City on a Hill | You've come a long way, KexpRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2016 | Magnolia News

    It's been a long time since KEXP morning man John Richards regularly broadcast to Seattle from far-off New York, as part of a co-production deal with a station there. On an early December Wednesday morning, Richards led a small group of station staff, volunteers and listeners on a short march from the station's old studios at Dexter Avenue and Denny Way to its new studios in Seattle Center.

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  7. a City on a Hill | You've come a long way, KexpRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2016 | Magnolia News

    It's been a long time since KEXP morning man John Richards regularly broadcast to Seattle from far-off New York, as part of a co-production deal with a station there. On an early December Wednesday morning, Richards led a small group of station staff, volunteers and listeners on a short march from the station's old studios at Dexter Avenue and Denny Way to its new studios in Seattle Center.

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  8. Bulletin Board | Jan. 27, 2016Read the original story

    Jan 28, 2016 | Magnolia News

    The Neighborhood Safety Alliance will meet on Thursday, Jan. 28, to further discuss safety and crime in the Magnolia, Queen Anne, Ballard and North Seattle. City officials and police are scheduled to attend.

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  9. Food Matters | The Duke serves scallopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2016 | Magnolia News

    Karim Bonjrada is moving his mobile, wood-fired pizza oven from Magnolia to Capitol Hill. Photo by Ronald Holden.

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  10. Snapshot in Time: Magnolia | Magnolia School: New life for a new-historic landmarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2016 | Magnolia News

    Third-graders at Magnolia School in 1935. The children in the back are preparing for a presentation.

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  11. Aging with Care | Never too old to playRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Magnolia News

    We are never too old to delight in play, and research is telling us this: We benefit because play stretches our brain's capacity to process information. Without activities that demand multi-tasking, imagination, visualization, spatial connections and sequencing of information, our brain functions slowly diminish as does our capacity for dealing with complex situations by responding with fast-actions.

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  12. History in Perspective | Patterns of change: Reading the history of Queen Anne schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2015 | Magnolia News

    Mercer School , which opened in 1890 at Fourth Avenue North and Valley Street, was the second of two neighborhood schools. Photo courtesy of Queen Anne Historical Society Queen Anne School, which opened in a shack in 1889 that was subsequently replaced by this brick building on West Galer Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues West, was the first neighborhood school.

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  13. NewsRead the original story

    Jan 7, 2016 | Magnolia News

    The Washington State Department of Transportation bridge maintenance crews will close two lanes of southbound State Route 99/Aurora Avenue North across the Aurora Bridge this weekend. The Washington State Department of Transportation bridge maintenance crews will close two lanes of southbound State Route 99/Aurora Avenue North across the Aurora Bridge this weekend.

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  14. Residents demand moratorium on RVsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2016 | Magnolia News

    A capacity crowd attended the Wednesday night community safety meeting hosted by the Neighborhood Safety Alliance at the Magnolia United Church of Christ, with about 300 people in attendance. Photo by Genesee Martin Nearly a dozen city officials faced an angry crowd of more than 300 Magnolia, Ballard, Queen Anne and North Seattle residents on Wednesday, Jan. 6, during a Neighborhood Safety Alliance meeting at the Magnolia United Church of Christ .

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  15. Aging with Care | Never too old to playRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Magnolia News

    We are never too old to delight in play, and research is telling us this: We benefit because play stretches our brain's capacity to process information. Without activities that demand multi-tasking, imagination, visualization, spatial connections and sequencing of information, our brain functions slowly diminish as does our capacity for dealing with complex situations by responding with fast-actions.

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  16. QA Elementary joins worldwide Hour of CodeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2015 | Magnolia News

    On Dec. 8, more than 400 students at Queen Anne Elementary School participated in Hour of Code, a worldwide campaign designed to promote computer science. Students from kindergarten to fifth grade learned to code using free apps with Star Wars, Minecraft, Frozen, and Angry Birds themes, built by Seattle-based nonprofit Code.org and partner organizations.

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  17. Outside City Hall | Neighborhoods win with recent electionRead the original story

    Dec 15, 2015 | Magnolia News

    There was a lot of gloating in pro-density/pro-growth blogs when initial results of City Council elections came out Nov. 3. These were the first elections under our new district system, and in all but two of the nine races , developer-backed candidates were leading by wide margins. Many political observers saw this as victory for the status quo.

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  18. Food Matters | a corner of Italy in Bryant, a corner of France in MagnoliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2015 | Magnolia News

    Cast your mind back 18 months ago and in these very pages, you would have read the story of Chow Foods and its co-founder Peter Levy, now the proprietor of TNT Taqueria in Wallingford. But what became of the other co-founder, Jeremy Hardy? He's still at it, thank goodness.

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  19. History in Perspective | Patterns of change: Reading the history of Queen Anne schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2015 | Magnolia News

    Mercer School , which opened in 1890 at Fourth Avenue North and Valley Street, was the second of two neighborhood schools. Photo courtesy of Queen Anne Historical Society Queen Anne School, which opened in a shack in 1889 that was subsequently replaced by this brick building on West Galer Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues West, was the first neighborhood school.

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  20. PNB brings new production of - Nutcracker' to its stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Magnolia News

    Pacific Northwest Ballet company dancers in the snow scene from George Balanchine's "The Nutcracker," with choreography by George Balanchine of The George Balanchine Trust. PNB's new production of "The Nutcracker," featuring sets and costumes designed by Ian Falconer runs Nov. 27 through Dec. 28. Photo by Angela Sterling In 2015, Pacific Northwest Ballet will unveil its new production of George Balanchine's "The Nutcracker," featuring new sets and costumes designed by author and illustrator Ian Falconer .

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