Neighbors from every corner of Ballard came together to celebrate National Night Out tonight — over 50 block parties, by our unofficial count. Thank you everyone for sending photos! Here’s the view of two block parties along 22nd Ave. from 70th St. Kids at 73rd and Jones tore it up on bikes. Bubbles flew at […]
Beautiful weather along with the Ballard Sidewalk Sale combined to bring an estimated 10,000 people to the Ballard Farmers Market today, which would be the second-largest attendance in the market’s history. Organizer Judy Kirkhuff told us that the previous high was Mother’s Day earlier this year, with an estimated 12,000 in attendance. We counted a […]
A good crowd attended the Ballard Jazz Walk Friday night, enjoying 18 bands across 12 venues in Old Ballard and Market St. This is Todd Bishop’s Art Pop 4 playing at Resolution Audio. And the McTuff Trio heating things up at the Lock & Keel. Photos by Luke McGuff, and you can see many more […]
From wacky costumes and cute kids to tricked-out houses, many of you sent us some great Halloween photos. We’ve posted many of them below, and you can send more to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, everyone!
Gabriel (who happens to be a professional photographer) sent us this adorable shot of his son Baron out trick-or-treating.
Hundreds of families descended on Central Ballard again this year for the neighborhood’s annual trick-or-treat tradition.
We snapped a few photos of the kids.
And click through for many more below. Do you have a great Halloween photo to share? Email it to us at email@example.com.
Every so often, the Seattle Municipal Archives publishes a historic photo in the Ballard Flickr pool, which appears here on My Ballard in the left column. This photo of two girls on the Ballard Bridge in 1924 caught our eye: You can see more archive photos from Seattle right here.
We just took a drive around the area this morning, and traffic is moving smoothly, including Market St. up over the Ridge. Crown Hill seemed to have as much or even more snow than Phinney Ridge. This is 20th Ave. and 80th St. The stop sign on that corner. As usual, there’s much less snow […]