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  • 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.
  • Three Birds Home and Gifts will officially close when “inventory has sold down,” at the end June, after eight years of business on Queen Anne Avenue, according to an email from owner Robin Johnson.

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