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Pay for your next big adventure by welcoming travelers to Seattle

Posted on July 31st, 2016 by Sara

A sponsored post from our friends at Airbnb What would you do with an extra $12,000 this summer? Vacation in a castle? Head to Paris? Or maybe tuck into a treehouse for a week? Home-rental site Airbnb is famous for offering these kinds of unique places to stay all over the world. (At last count, Read the full article…

Gray Sky show tonight

Posted on July 28th, 2016 by Sara

Gray Sky Gallery is having their summer art show! Stop by for a glass of wine in the Interbay Work Lofts and see recent work from artists Laura Van Horne, Julie Jacobson, Corrie LaVelle and Greta Dutton. Please join them tonight (Thursday July 28) from 5-8pm. 1631 15th Ave W #210

Magnolia public safety meeting

Posted on July 23rd, 2016 by Sara

All are invited to a focus group to gather Magnolia’s community perceptions of public safety and the performance of our police department. The focus group will be held in the West Precinct Community Meeting Room, on July 26th at 6pm, and will run for about an hour. Contact Chase Yap at chase.yap@seattle.gov with questions.

Summerfest fundraising starts young in Magnolia!

Posted on July 22nd, 2016 by Sara

Doug writes: Two of our neighbors’ girls, Maggie (11) and Vivian(9) Jones, along with their friend Joie Ciro (9) decided to have a Summerfest fundraiser out on Magnolia Blvd… They sold lemonade and Fudgsicles, and dropped by an envelope with $45.26 a little while ago. Awesome, for sure especially when we learned they won’t even Read the full article…

Are you ready for triplexes?

Posted on July 18th, 2016 by Sara

Single-family neighborhoods, such as Magnolia, are under siege, according to Magnolia Voice readers who asked for help revealing plans by the City of Seattle. In a nutshell, proposals to reduce regulations which would allow backyard living structures, smaller set backs, and no additional parking requirements are coming to Magnolia and the rest of Seattle if Councilman Mike Read the full article…

Apartment fire leaves a neighbor in need

Posted on July 15th, 2016 by Sara

Many heard the sirens on June 13th. Magnolia resident, Nancy Hoffman, lost everything in the fire that blazed through her apartment on 34th Ave W, across from Met Market. Rochelle from Magnolia writes: Please consider supporting (Nancy). Her apartment on 34th…is totaled. Nancy is in ICU at Harborview. She has lost her 3 beloved kitties to Read the full article…

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