Willie Weir : March 3rd, 2012
I’ve written before about our unfortunate AMTRAK station in Seattle. It has been going through renovations at a glacial pace. And someday, it will be a shining example of alternate transportation. Maybe.
But in the meantime. Wow.
I was coming out of the lobby this evening, after having paid for a couple of […]
Kat Marriner : December 28th, 2011
Cuddled on the couch sipping tea at a friend’s house this fall, we were lamenting the beginning of the rainy season in the northwest. A knock on the door brought us homemade tamales from their favorite roving street vendor. She walks the neighborhoods and brings piping hot delicious corny goodness right to your couch. Hearing […]
Willie Weir : October 24th, 2011
Willie Weir : October 14th, 2011
Current signage (left) Improved signage (right)
Do you remember when neighborhood streets were not just for cars, but for people too? Do your childhood memories include hide-and-seek, kickball and kick-the-can? Did you learn how to ride your bike right down the middle of your street, not in some park or empty parking […]
Kat Marriner : September 10th, 2009
Arlo's new do!
It’s that time of year. My favorite time of the school year — the day kids go back to school. For years I’ve watched the parade of neighbors walking their children to school and it makes me feel like something is right in the world. I sit on the […]