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  • Valley residents pack PCC Market building presentation

    The president of the architectural firm hired to design a multi-use building on the site of City People’s Garden Store says he wants to be “a better neighbor” to the residents and business owners of Madison Valley.

  • Seattle International Film Festival
    On March 19, Seattle told the tale of two Thursday and two SIFFs. It told the tale of two Woody Allens, too.
  • High School Drama
    Garfield High School drama will get creepy and kooky later this month as they present "The Addams Family" for their spring musical.
  • Losing an icon
    The announcement that a PCC Natural Market will anchor a multi-use development in the heart of Madison Valley has done little to console neighbors and local businesses owners over the loss of an iconic member of the community. 
  • SR 520 bridge open, but still more work to be done
    You might think that with all the hoopla over the opening of the state Route 520 floating bridge, things would finally calm down around the Montlake interchange and the Washington Park Arboretum.
    
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  • Valley residents pack PCC Market building presentation

    The president of the architectural firm hired to design a multi-use building on the site of City People’s Garden Store says he wants to be “a better neighbor” to the residents and business owners of Madison Valley.

  • The more things change...
    You don’t know me yet but I’m the new editor of the Madison Park Times. Vera Chan-Pool was in charge of this fine publication for a long time and I’m sure she left some large shoes to fill. I haven’t found them yet, but the smell around my desk is… I don’t want to go into it, I just know they’re there, OK?

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