On Nov. 17, the Bayview Retirement Community premiered its 13-webisode project, consisting of a series of two-
to three-minute episodes written, created and performed by residents.
Hospital stays end with the discharge, correct? Not always.
In the conversations about the Counterbalance and its
construction in 1902 by the Seattle Electric Railway, there is little
talk about the electricity that powered the line and the company that
built the facilities that generated it.
What a difference a month of digging in municipal and newspaper
archives can do to our understanding of our urban history and our
As the weather starts to cool, days shorten and the rains
return, I am feeling the metamorphosis of moving from one season into
the next — more so this year than others.
Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Lifelong Recreation program is
presenting a free sing-along concert, “Magnolia Musical Memories,” with
local musician Stephan Plummer on Sept. 17.
Residents of Bayview Retirement Community are
inviting the public to attend their Swingin’ at the Savoy event on Sept.
12 to celebrate what would have been Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday.
Changing eating habits may prove challenging to the elderly, but
their health may depend on it.
Most people are lucky to see their 100th birthday. But most people
don’t mark the occasion like Randolph Hokanson, the Bayview Retirement
Community resident who hit the century mark on June 22.
On June 20, the Queen Anne Historical Society (QAHS) provided its second Modern Tour.