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Category Archives: Ballard
This is the final profile of a four-part series of Seattle neighborhoods that are somewhat off the beaten track (i.e., Downtown and Pioneer Square will not be featured, sorry guys!). This installment is a guest post from Raleigh Briggs: Greenwood resident, … Continue reading
King County Metro Transit‘s fleet of buses really keeps the city moving! Its newest innovation, one that seems so obvious but has been sadly lacking for years, has just started appearing on routes serving central Seattle: the LED sign and … Continue reading
Back in October 2011, I helped as an area adviser on the latest city map of Seattle for print studio These are Things. They were so kind to send a sample lithograph and it is finally framed and hung, which you … Continue reading
Remember how I thought my sweet tooth had been satisfied by all those tasty Japanese sweets? Well, I was mistaken, my friends. Before long, I needed another fix and I knew just where to go for it: Jonboy Caramels. Well, … Continue reading
So enamored of her second-Sunday Tohryanse Open House event, I had to ask Chef Chika Tokara if she would tell us more about how she got interested in making the delicately flavored Japanese sweets known as wagashi, and what it’s … Continue reading