May 2021

West Seattle Fish House reopens after nearly a year long closure

Muzit Evans and Senait Beyene originally opened the West Seattle Fish House at 9005 35th SW in 2011 and were instantly successful. They expanded the menu over time and business was steady and good for nine years. Then along came 2020. They were forced to shut down and could not even get open for to go orders. For nearly a year, they had to pay rent on their space with no business to offset it. They did it but it wasn't easy. 


Log House Museum holding members only weekend event; General public re-opening coming soon


The Southwest Seattle Historical Society is planning to reopen the Log House Museum later this month. The museum has been closed to the public since March 2020. 

The museum is holding a special member weekend from Friday, May 14 to Sunday, May 16. The Historical Society will be reopening the museum to dedicated members to experience the in-person exhibits such as The Alki Suffrage Club and War on the Homefront, prior to the reopening of the museum to the general public later this month. Of course, the museum experience will be much different than it was prior to March 2020. 

Watch for updates to,, over the next several days.


Lou Magor was far more accomplished than most knew; A celebration of his life will be online May 15

When Lou Magor passed away suddenly on  April 11, many in West Seattle mourned the loss of a true friend, a musician and a sunny presence in their lives. But Magor was much more than most people knew with extensive accomplishments beginning at an early age. Now a live streamed celebration of his life is planned by the church where he served as Musical Director for 30 years, Wallingford United Methodist Church. The event will take place on May 15 at 11 am. 

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Ballard High School’s musical Spring Awakening rocks with teen rebellion and questioning

May 6, 7, 8 and 13, 14, 15, 2021 7:30 p.m.

information from Ballard High School Playmakers

The Ballard High School (BHS) Playmakers will stage the rock musical Spring Awakening virtually on May 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, reminding viewers everywhere that “we’ve all got our junk.” 

The nature of all teenagers is to question their parents. Back in 1890’s Germany on the cusp of the Industrial Revolution, things were no different. Spring Awakening is based on German playwright Frank Wedekind’s controversial play from 1891. It was so scandalous in its day for addressing sex violence and suicide that it was not staged until 1906. This contemporary production was first staged on Broadway in 2006, with a rock soundtrack by Duncan Sheik.