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  • 5 Spot owner Peter Levy says the restaurant will focus on its popular breakfast and lunch offerings moving forward, but is discontinuing dinner service in response to the market on the top of Queen Anne.
  • The Roy Street Apartments in Lower Queen Anne is slated for demolition to make way for a seven-story successor, but not before the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board makes a decision about the original building’s fate.
  • Bayview residents raced their aluminum-can boats down water-filled gutters during the second annual Rain-gutter Regatta on Wednesday, July 31. Sixteen retirees raced their boats, propelled by handheld fans, at speeds of approximately 3-5 mph, in the single-elimination tournament. 


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