Sonic Boom Records is consolidating by closing down its shops on Fremont Ave. in Fremont. “This is not due to downloading or file sharing nor is it due to declining business,” explains the press release. “The change is due to market forces such as increasing rent and major neighborhood changes.” Sonic Boom says that it […]
– The Fremont Art walk is tonight, Friday, 6-9 p.m. Full program here. – Also in Fremont, High Dive is hosting a fundraiser show for Arts Corps, Saturday beginning at 5 p.m. Grayskul, Tullycraft, Grieves, Half Acre Day, Branden Daniel and Everyone Gets Laid will perform. – The Phinney Neighborhood Association is going hog wild […]
The City of Seattle announced today that it’s adding 24 more red light cameras in Seattle (it already has 6), and Ballard and Fremont are on the list. The intersections are: 15th and Market, 15th and 80th, Stone Way and 40th, and Aurora at 85th. (Check out this Google map for all of the locations.) […]
Quite a few of the scheduled shows at the now-closed Crocodile are moving to the High Dive in Fremont. Details here. It’ll be interesting to see if this is just temporary or if we’ll start seeing more shows in our neck of the woods.
It started around noon as a rain-snow mix. Then at 1 p.m., it changed to snow. And a half-hour later, it began to stick around our Ballard home. So we jumped in the SUV with the camera and ran up to Phinney Ridge. The snow is sticking on the roadways. Woodland Park Zoo looks like […]
People who work in Fremont in the shadow of the Aurora Bridge will be glad to know that Governor Gregoire has approved $1.4 million to build an 8-foot suicide prevention fence along the bridge. After the Golden Gate, the Aurora Bridge has the second-highest number of bridge suicides in the nation. And those suicide phones […]
This Friday, the annual Christmas Ship pulls up to Golden Gardens to spread its holiday cheer from 9:05 to 9:25 p.m. Of course, getting to the park is still a bit of a pain with that washout on Golden Gardens Drive, just west of View Ave.