June 2018

Easy Street Records celebrates 30 years; Clever video promotes 30% off CD Sale

In business 30 years, Easy Street Records has seen a lot of changes in the music industry from the arrival of the CD, to the rise of streaming. The entire time they've remained true to their mission. Bring the music.

Easy Street opened its store in West Seattle in 1988, and later added a cafe/bar, which serves coffee, breakfast, lunch and beer & wine. Easy Street Records often hosts live in-store performances by national and local musicians. The store carries new and used CDs, vinyl records, DVDs/BluRays, new books, magazines and company-branded merchandise. 


WSTC meeting discussed ST3 station plans and free Orca cards

By Gwen Davis

This past Thursday, the West Seattle Transportation Coalition (WSTC) held its monthly meeting at Neighborhood House.

ST3 alternatives

The meeting included a presentation from the West Seattle Sound Transit 3 Plan Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG). From now until spring 2019, the advisory group is set to explore alternatives for station locations, water crossings and track locations, as well as solicit community input. 


Water main break postpones Bears game

By Tim Clinton


A water main break at Mel Olson Stadium at Steve Cox Memorial Park in White Center forced the postponement of Friday's Highline Bears semiprofessional baseball game against the Redmond Dudes.

The Bears will try again Saturday, when they are scheduled to host the Athletes in Motion team at 7:35 p.m.

They go on the road to Oregon to play the Gresham Greywolves at 5:05 p.m. Sunday and 6:35 p.m. Monday.


South Highline National stays in contention defeating West Seattle

By Gerardo Bolong

Constant offensive pressure joined stellar relief pitching for the South Highline National 8-10 age division Little League baseball All-Stars in a 13-5 loser-out win of the 2018 district VII tournament held on Thurs., June 28.
The Nationals took a first inning lead, but had to rally from a mid-game deficit to eliminate West Seattle at the Pacwest fields in SeaTac.