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  • Retired urologist hosting The Original Guide to Men’s Health
    Retired urologist hosting The Original Guide to Men’s Health
    Madison Park resident and urologist Richard Pelman launched The Original Guide to Men’s Health podcast in April 2019, bringing on experts in a range of medical fields to not only inform, but also to motivate men to take a more serious interest in their health.
  • Seattle/King County Clinic returns next month
    Seattle/King County Clinic returns next month
    Seattle/King County Clinic organizers and volunteers are planning to serve more than 750 patients daily during next month’s four-day event. The clinic, which offers free medical, dental and eye care services for those in need, was pushed from last fall to Feb. 13-16 due to the need to relocate because of the Seattle Center arena rebuild. The clinic had operated out of the arena since 2014.

  • Madison Park friends form women's collective giving group
    Madison Park friends form women's collective giving group
    Madison Park residents Anna Graves and Anne Janda had made charitable contributions for years, but were looking for a way to make a more local and measurable impact in their community.
  • Committee passes campaign finance reform legislation to city council
    Committee passes campaign finance reform legislation to city council
    The Seattle City Council Select Committee on Campaign Finance Reform voted a bill out of committee on Jan. 7 that would prohibit foreign-influenced corporations from contributing to political campaigns and PACs, and another that would increase transparency in political advertising.
  • PCC Community Markets filling Central District grocery space
    PCC Community Markets filling Central District grocery space
    PCC Community Markets will take over space in the Central District vacated by New Seasons Market late last year following its merger with Good Food Holdings. That doesn't mean the co-op is abandoning plans to open its Madison Valley store.
    
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  • SDOT revises Madison BRT project cost, construction schedule
    SDOT reported on Friday the independent consultant hired by the FTA to review the project’s scope, schedule and risk recommended an additional $6.2 million to cover unexpected events during construction and to allow more time for project completion. That brings the project cost to $127.5 million.
  • Retired urologist hosting The Original Guide to Men’s Health
    Madison Park resident and urologist Richard Pelman launched The Original Guide to Men’s Health podcast in April 2019, bringing on experts in a range of medical fields to not only inform, but also to motivate men to take a more serious interest in their health.

  • This is a doozy of a cold and flu season. Some report that the flu vaccine has only been about 10 percent effective making it even more difficult to avoid an infection. Have you talked with your primary care doctor or visited the Madison Park Pharmica for a strategy to treat a cold or flu?
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