It’s been a year since the longtime owners of Szmania’s left Magnolia. But that’s hasn’t stopped people from coming
in and asking their whereabouts.
There’s a new concept at the triangular building at the intersection
of Ninth Avenue and Westlake Avenue, down at the far southwest corner of
Queen Anne. For a while, it was a crowded billiard club called
Jillian’s, then renamed World Sports Grille. It’s morphed again, this
time into Art Marble 21.
On Saturday, May 2, and Sunday, May 3, join Feet First for Jane’s Walks, a series of 12 free community walks across the Puget Sound region, exploring the diverse makeup of neighborhoods.
Have an event to share? Visit our online events calendar at www.queenannenews.com.
On April 20, ARTISTS UP will offer a free session to connect Native artists in Seattle, King County and Washington state to key services will offered by its partners: the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, 4Culture and Artist Trust.
If you love to cook, KCTS-9 wants to hear from you. Dig into your recipe cards and share your love of cooking.
“Danny Collins,” written and directed by Dan Fogelman,
represents a slight step in the right direction for Al Pacino, who gives a
soulful, funny and overall three-dimensional performance. It’s too bad
the movie itself is a cliché-ridden mess that never quite finds its