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  • Magnolia Historical Society shares 'Midcentury Memories'

    The Magnolia Historical Society provided a taste of its upcoming book about the neighborhood during the ‘50s and ‘60s at its annual meeting on Tuesday. The event teased the upcoming release of “Magnolia: Memories and Milestones,” with readings from the history book by some of its authors.

  • SDOT releases Magnolia Bridge Planning Study
    The Seattle Department of Transportation has released a third-party Magnolia Bridge Planning Study that considers three alternatives to replacing the 89-year-old structure, none of which SDOT can afford without state and federal aid.
  • International exporter seeks Port of Seattle Commission seat
    Former Obama Administration official and export business owner Sam Cho says he’s running to provide missing representation on the Eastside and make the Port of Seattle more inclusive of small businesses.
  • Magnolia Farmers Market growing longer

    People showed up for the Magnolia Farmers Market last year, said market manager Molly Burke, and that will pay off this season.
    “The neighborhood’s proving to us that they want the market to go longer, later in the season, and I told them it’s data-driven, so go ahead and come out and shop,” Burke said. “Each year the season has gotten better and better, so we’ve pushed the market out another week.”

  • Historic Queen Anne mansion on the market

    Downsizing can be hard, especially for a Queen Anne couple that has spent nearly three decades restoring and improving upon their 1902 colonial mansion. As they plan a move to Renton, they’ve put their 10,000-square-foot property on the market with an asking price of $11 million, which is $10.4 million more than what they purchased it for in 1996.

    
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  • The Seattle Department of Transportation has released a third-party Magnolia Bridge Planning Study that considers three alternatives to replacing the 89-year-old structure, none of which SDOT can afford without state and federal aid.
  • The Magnolia Historical Society provided a taste of its upcoming book about the neighborhood during the ‘50s and ‘60s at its annual meeting on Tuesday. The event teased the upcoming release of “Magnolia: Memories and Milestones,” with readings from the history book by some of its authors.

  • Crow in Lower Queen Anne is ending its 15-year run on its own terms, say co-owners Jesse Thomas and Philip Van Seters. The lease was up, and both were ready for a change. Patrons wanting to say farewell to the bistro have until June 22.

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