Nordic Fashion Show to open soon

The Nordic Fashion Biennale, hosted by the Nordic Heritage Museum, will open September 30 in Ballard. The Biennale is an international celebration of Nordic culture, fashion, and design, and will remain open until November 13. According to their website, international designers will lead a two-day fashion and design summit (September 30 – October 1), and […]

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Farewell, JP Patches

By Michael Folger At 83 years young, the much beloved clown Julius Pierpont Patches signed off. The longtime TV personality and local celebrity, known to those who grew up watching him as JP Patches, made his final appearance at the Fishermen’s Fall Festival this afternoon and received a rousing standing ovation. The festival-stealing clown dressed […]

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CSA delivery of the month

By Mwiza Kaliza Salish Sea Trading Cooperative will deliver a special order of cider from 10 a.m.to 12 p.m. in front of Aster Coffee Lounge, 5615 24th Ave NW, this Sunday. It’s the second cider delivery for the local non-profit, who usually deliver organic vegetables from the Dharma Ridge Farm in Port Ludlow to the Ballard coffee storefront. […]

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Today is PARK(ing) Day

Around the world, people are celebrating PARK(ing) Day, where artists and community members temporarily transform parking spaces into public parks and other social spaces. According to Feet First, “Fifteen on-street parking spaces across Seattle, from Rainier Valley to Fremont neighborhoods, will be occupied by public parks for the day between the hours of 9:00 a.m and 3:00 p.m.” Here is […]

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