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American Dance Institute opens second location in former Roseanne’s School of Dance building

Posted on October 5th, 2016 by Sara

A sponsored post from our friends at American Dance Institute Leading Seattle dance school American Dance Institute (ADI) has expanded to include a Magnolia location. This new, second location joins the Greenwood location, where the American Dance Institute has been operating for more than 30 years, and includes ADI’s signature parent observation area, chemical-free studios, Read the full article…

The Brainwashing of My Father – a Documentary

Posted on October 3rd, 2016 by Sara

All are invited to watch this smart, thoughtful and meaningful documentary which takes a look at today’s media and the influence it has had on one man: Right-wing cable news and “conservative” talk radio attract older Americans like graying moths to an angry flame. But why would someone who was either apolitical or a Democrat in Read the full article…

Are you an Alpha Phi alumna?

Posted on September 28th, 2016 by Sara

The Seattle Alpha Phi Alumnae Chapter recently got a makeover and they have a new board made up of Alpha Phis from around the country. They are a group of women who are excited to rekindle your love of Alpha Phi. Vice President of Membership, Cassie E. Andrews writes: “As collegians we learned that joining Alpha Phi isn’t Read the full article…

MAX unveils website and Fall classes

Posted on September 26th, 2016 by Sara

Last week, the Magnolia Art Experience (MAX), a 501 (C) 3, launched a brand-new website with online registration for upcoming Fall classes. The board has worked all summer adopting by-laws, creating policy for Magnolia’s new art non-profit, developing organizational structure as well as doing outreach at the Farmer’s Market, Summerfest and Magnolia Chamber events and meetings. The Read the full article…

Chamber consultants reveal recommendations

Posted on September 23rd, 2016 by Sara

By reporter Steven Smalley The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce has the gears of business working overtime in an attempt to improve the retail climate in the neighborhood. Last Thursday night a group of over 60 people met at the Magnolia United Church of Christ to hear from consultants hired to give their take on the overall picture. Read the full article…

UPDATE: 32nd Avenue empty storefronts

Posted on September 22nd, 2016 by Sara

By Reporter Steven Smalley “What’s going on with the blighted buildings by Ace Hardware,” someone always wants to know. Good news. The project to build a four-story mixed-use structure (2406 32nd Avenue West) is moving forward. Project architect Neal Thompson of Roger H. Newell says it’s just a matter of lawyers hammering out an agreement Read the full article…

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