HA! Is the new restaurant in the old Hunger spot. Named for a woman with a distinctive laugh and painted bright colors (reds and oranges, almost ombre-like) by Fremont-favorite Daly’s, the American with a splash of Mexican spot is hoping to open in mid-September. Serving 3 squares a day, the aim is a fun and delicious place to dine. Looking forward to it!
Entries from August 2012
August 24th, 2012 by Sara
August 21st, 2012 by master
6:45 p.m. That helicopter hovering over the neighborhood is for an accident on Aurora at 59th. Seattle Police say a pedestrian was struck by a car, and Aurora will remain closed “for at least two hours.”
August 15th, 2012 by Sara
Evo (at the west end of 36th st) is the proud recipient of a brand-new art installation by the painter Push in collaboration with Spy Optics. Evo spokesperson Jon Kiser says ” It definitely turned out great, we are all really excited about it over here.”
You can see pictures of the mural while it was being painted by clicking here.
August 7th, 2012 by Sara
Tonight is Night Out Against Crime, a national event that brings neighbors together with block parties all over the city in an effort to heighten crime prevention. If you are planning to celebrate with your neighbors, Terrie Johnston, North Precinct Block Watch Coordinator, has the following reminders:
•Please remember that arterials, bus routes and intersections cannot be blocked, and that your street closure can only cover a single block.
•You must put barriers at the ends of the streets to be blocked, and display signs indicating this is a Night Out event and the hours the street will be closed.
•The City does not provide barriers, so you need to come up with something on your own. Most people use sawhorses, garbage or recycling cans, folding chairs, etc. DO NOT BLOCK THE STREET WITH CARS!
•Designate a few neighbors to keep an eye on the street ends, should an emergency vehicle or neighbor need access to the block.
•Please notify everyone on the block about the event
•If your event includes music, please be considerate of surrounding neighbors especially if your music is amplified.
•The official hours for Night Out are 6:00 – 10:00 p.m., with most gatherings occurring from 7 pm – 9 pm. If you begin earlier you may interfere with commute times.
Is your block having a party tonight? Send us your pictures of the festivities- firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to hosting Night Out, SPD is hosting Picnic at the Precinct this coming Saturday. Precinct officers will be on hand to meet residents and answer question about crime issues and problems in the neighborhood. The whole family is welcome- they’ve planned fun activities, entertainment, and free food. The picnic is from 1 to 4 p.m. at the North Precinct office (10049 College Way N).