West Seattle - Features

Sat, 07/02/11

The Bridge, bar and restaurant at 4439 35th s.w, just added a new outdoor firepit to their patio area. The 4 x 4 foot pit was built by Shan the Man and is fully propane powered.

"We plan on having benches around it which will seat about 8…MORE

Sat, 07/02/11

If it wasn't for the bullies of northern White Center, young Earl Cruzen might not have become the fastest kid on Webster Street. Earl was a smallish lad who would rather write than fight. He learned to high-tail it away from bigger boys bent on…MORE

Fri, 07/01/11

Twenty-five teenagers from Seattle Urban Academy/Union Gospel Mission, Chief Sealth High School, Evergreen High School and Global Connections High School, along with teachers, program leaders and volunteers, will bicycle 200 miles from Seattle to…MORE

Fri, 07/01/11

By Jasmine Whiting

The aroma of fresh-baked bread and roasted meats fills the air at the Seattle Roll Bakery. Owner Hop Nguyen, dusting flour from her hands, emerges from the kitchen smiling broadly. In this narrow White Center bakery…MORE

Fri, 07/01/11

West Seattle Herald photographer David Rosen received an email from a West Seattle resident on Beach Drive calling his attention to a particularly patriotic display.

He shares that it was, "7 pairs of combat boots with plants - and…MORE

Thu, 06/30/11

Four years ago, West Seattle residents Lori Gilliam and Sue Benyak moved their Chef du Jour Catering business from Delridge Ave. to the funky, up-and-coming Georgetown neighborhood just across the West Seattle Bridge and one exit south to combine…MORE

Thu, 06/30/11

Former West Seattleite, Lorraine Montez is creator, co-executive producer and co-writer of a film now in production called Stop Requested. The film is taking an unusual path to the screen. Montez and the other producers are utilizing a crowd…MORE

Thu, 06/30/11

As many recall, Fauntleroy resident William Khazaal organized a Multiple Sclerosis fundraiser on World MS Day May 25. He helped round up 69 restaurants and small businesses, over 20 in West Seattle and White Center, to donate a percentage of…MORE

Tue, 06/28/11

Bianca Knitter got her dog Oskar a pure bred Saint Bernard as a rescue dog and he came to live with her when he was just over 7 months old from Saint Bernard Rescue. "He's actually from Oregon. I drove down to Tillamook to pick him up there."…MORE

Sun, 06/26/11

Botanist and Ecological Consultant Stewart Wechsler can be seen on certain days in Lincoln Park, running very quickly with a net in pursuit of an elusive prey. During June he's been seeking the Western Tiger Swallowtail which at this time of year…MORE

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