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  • Lazy Susan replacing Crow in Lower Queen Anne
    When one door closes, another restaurant opens. After 15 years in Lower Queen Anne, Crow bistro’s service has ended, and in its place Suzana Olson is reimagining her Citizen Six Korean-Mexican restaurant, with a new name, Lazy Susan. And in its Interbay spot, a new diner is taking shape.
  • Roystone Apartments on hold for site cleanup
    Construction of a 93-unit apartment building in Lower Queen Anne is being delayed in order to clean up the site, where a Texaco station once operated and petroleum hydrocarbons were first detected in the 1980s.
  • KING FM finds new home at Seattle Opera Center

    When Seattle Opera opened its 105,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art opera center late last year, its leadership hoped to find an ideal nonprofit tenant to share it with. Now, a longtime partner is gearing up to take that space, where both organizations will make beautiful music together.

  • District 7 candidates court Queen Anne, Magnolia voters
    Whoever wins the Seattle City Council District 7 seat will have a large and geographically diverse constituency, but candidates spent Thursday night focused on what they would do for Queen Anne and Magnolia.
  • Chamber PAC endorses two District 7 Seattle City Council candidates
    After evaluating the crop of candidates for Seattle City Council District 7 — those that responded — the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce’s political action committee is endorsing two.
    
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  • Seattle City Light’s designs for improving electrical reliability for 99 Magnolia residents in a high-outage area are being reviewed by the city’s transportation department, with work slated to start later this summer.

     
  • When Seattle Opera opened its 105,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art opera center late last year, its leadership hoped to find an ideal nonprofit tenant to share it with. Now, a longtime partner is gearing up to take that space, where both organizations will make beautiful music together.

  • As Seattle has welcomed more than 100,000 people in the last decade, and as we witness much of our beloved neighborhood falling to wrecking balls, many people quietly labor to preserve Queen Anne’s historic buildings and special places.
  • When one door closes, another restaurant opens. After 15 years in Lower Queen Anne, Crow bistro’s service has ended, and in its place Suzana Olson is reimagining her Citizen Six Korean-Mexican restaurant, with a new name, Lazy Susan. And in its Interbay spot, a new diner is taking shape.

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