There’s a feeling, at the intersection of North 85th Street and
Greenwood Avenue North, of being in a village far, far way.
May has arrived and with it, protest season. Regardless of
our personal beliefs, we are reminded that one of the most sacred rights
we possess is freedom of speech and the right to question the status
quo, and books are often a big part of that process.
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.