2000 Archives

Vol. 4, Issue 2 - February 2000


    The Mayor does North Seattle From Green Lake to Greenwood, our entourage travelled through the neighborhoods, examining problems and visiting friends...

    Neighborhoods seek parking relief Licton Springs and Roosevelt consider restricted parking zones.

    Safeway asks customers to sign petition Citizens asked for their opinion on Safeway's request to rezone nearby land in order to build a larger store.

    North Seattle library news New Wallingford and Northgate libraries.


    Sweepless in Seattle? Not at Haller Lake's Granite Curling Club If you're good at golf, you're probably good at curling, a gentlemanly sport.

    Controversy continues over Meadowbrook playfields Will the new stadium at Nathan Hale High School spoil the serenity of this quiet neighborhood?

    Sports Briefs University YMCA and Ride West BMW.

    Debate continues over off-leash plan for Northacres Will park go to the dogs?


    Taproot demonstrates Christian values through theater New managing director, Christopher Boyer, is hired to continue tradition.

    Soul Food Briefs Lake City Presbyterian, Jewish Community Center, and Christian Science Church.


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    Rainbow City would be better nickname for Seattle By Dorthea Nordstrand.

    Safeway needs to obey Northgate Plan By Vince Slupski.

    Walk of Wonders The pedestrian experience of Aurora Avenue. By Jane Lotter.


    Memoirs offer eyewitness account of Seattle General Strike of 1919 WTO protestors move over, the largest strike occurred eighty years ago.


    Broadview student wins citywide art contest Description

    Local students nominated to All-USA Academic Team North Seattle Community College.


    Essential Baking goes public, opens doors with new cafe Owner Ptarmigan Teal talks about her new organic bakery cafe.

    Fremont business to move - lock, stock, and building The Production Network moves historic warehouse.

    Lake City Grocery offers international flair Tsegaye Gebru leaves high tech for down home East African groceries.


    Local movie company to begin filming Autumn Tree Productions in Lake City will film story on an abused boy who is driven into a murderous rage.

    Annual Sacajawea Auction and Breakfast Elementary school will hold auction on March 18.

    Great Wallingford Potluck Calling all great recipes! This free event is open to everyone, but bring food.

    The Pub at Piper's Creek: Now serving Greenwood Ex Boeing worker Joseph Perry and girlfriend, Charlene Iverson of Stone Way Cafe start new restaurant.

    Lake City Monday Night Contra Dance Travelling musicians make this a bargain!

    Out and About Briefs Cranium's Coffee Company, Charlie Finds Great Old Stuff, Flower Boxes, Etc, Fandrichs, Stage One Theater, and the 46th annual Sweetheart Dinner and County Dance.

    Popular Green Lake eatery, My Friends Cafe, changes hands By Stan Stapp.


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    Is your home PROPERLY wired for the 21st century? Ever wonder what those fuse numbers really mean?

    Community garden in works for Magnuson Park Various community groups work together to build a large garden complete with P-Patch.

    Falling trees: Whose fault? Who pays when a tree topples onto your property?

2000 index list

January issue

February issue

March issue

April issue

May issue

June issue

July issue

August issue

September issue

October issue

November issue

December issue

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