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REVIEW: Burien Actors Theatre’s <i>Visiting Cezanne</I> is a delightful production

REVIEW: Burien Actors Theatre’s Visiting Cezanne is a delightful production

From left to right, artist Paul Cezanne (Ken Holmes) negotiates with his gardener, Germain Vallier (Phillip Keiman) in Burien Actors Theatre’s comedy-drama Visiting Cezanne, running through March 10.... [Read more]

Poverty Bay Wine Festival will be Mar. 1-2 at Des Moines Beach Park Event Center

Poverty Bay Wine Festival will be Mar. 1-2 at Des Moines Beach Park Event Center

The 15th Annual Poverty Bay Wine Festival is fast approaching – coming Friday, Mar. 1 and Saturday, Mar. 2 at the Des Moines Beach Park Event Center! Join the Rotary Club of Des Moines/Normandy Park... [Read more]

Police, SWAT team recover guns, meth, heroin, opioids & cash in Burien bust

Police, SWAT team recover guns, meth, heroin, opioids & cash in Burien bust

On Wednesday morning (Feb. 13), Burien Police Special Emphasis Team Detectives conducted two search warrants with the assistance of King County’s Tac-30 (SWAT) Team. These warrants were the result... [Read more]

Earling ‘Bub’ & Eva Lauritz will celebrate 74 years of marriage on Thursday!

Earling ‘Bub’ & Eva Lauritz will celebrate 74 years of marriage on Thursday!

Seniors at Village Concepts of Burien – El Dorado West (an Advertiser) will gather together this Valentine’s Day to celebrate Earling “Bub” and Eva Lauritz’s 74 years of marriage! The couple... [Read more]

‘Just a Kid from Ambaum’ – Burien’s Travis Thompson signs with Epic Records

‘Just a Kid from Ambaum’ – Burien’s Travis Thompson signs with Epic Records

Burien’s Travis Thompson – aka ‘Just a Kid from Ambaum’ – announced on Tuesday, Feb. 12 that he has signed with Epic Records. The ‘AMBAUM’ rap star first came to our... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Final designs, renderings for new Highline High School released

PHOTOS: Final designs, renderings for new Highline High School released

New renderings for the final design of the Highline High School reconstruction project were released by the school district this week. Bassetti Architects shared these final designs and next steps with... [Read more]

PHOTOS: More snow scenes from Burien

PHOTOS: More snow scenes from Burien

Courtesy Elston Hill comes some more snow scene photos taken in Burien (click images to view larger versions/slideshow): Read More →

UPDATE: ‘Good Bootlegger’ Smith Tower event postponed 1 month due to weather

UPDATE: ‘Good Bootlegger’ Smith Tower event postponed 1 month due to weather

Due to inclement weather, Monday’s ‘The Good Bootlegger’ presentation at the Smith Tower has been postponed one month, and will instead begin its three-part series on Monday, March... [Read more]

Comedy-drama <em>Visiting Cezanne</em> opens at Burien Actors Theatre Friday, Feb. 15

Comedy-drama Visiting Cezanne opens at Burien Actors Theatre Friday, Feb. 15

Burien Actors Theatre’s (“BAT”) production of the comedy-drama Visiting Cezanne is a funny and inspiring look at artists–and how we find our way, and ourselves, when all seems lost, and it... [Read more]

Deadline to vote for Discover Burien’s ‘Best of Burien Awards’ is Tues., Feb. 12

Deadline to vote for Discover Burien’s ‘Best of Burien Awards’ is Tues., Feb. 12

Voting for Discover Burien’s ‘Best of Burien 2019 Awards has opened, and here’s how YOU can vote: CLICK HERE TO VOTE NOTE: The deadline to vote is Tuesday, Feb. 12 at Noon!You nominated…... [Read more]

Seattle Southside Chamber: <i>Be Prepared</I> (& come to a special event Feb. 6)

Seattle Southside Chamber: Be Prepared (& come to a special event Feb. 6)

Be Prepared By Andrea H. Reay CEO/President Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce “Be prepared,” the scout motto used around the world since 1907, is more than just good advice. It can save your life... [Read more]

PHOTOS: It snowed! How much more will we get, and for how much longer?

PHOTOS: It snowed! How much more will we get, and for how much longer?

It snowed in Burien overnight, and as of 10:45 a.m. it was still coming down lightly – good news if you’re a student who likes ‘Snow Days,’ or you just like to play in the white stuff. Of... [Read more]

PHOTOS/VIDEOS: Saying goodbye to the beloved ol’ Viaduct one more time

PHOTOS/VIDEOS: Saying goodbye to the beloved ol’ Viaduct one more time

On Saturday, Feb. 2, around 100,000 people walked, ran, hung out and cherished the historic Alaskan Way Viaduct one last time, as well as checked out the sleek new SR 99 Tunnel for the first time. It was... [Read more]

Help send local girls to their prom in style via ‘Project PROMise’

Help send local girls to their prom in style via ‘Project PROMise’

Highline Schools Foundation is celebrating the 11th year of ‘Project PROMise,’ their outreach program in which new and gently used formal dresses are collected from our community and given... [Read more]

WEATHER: ‘Special Weather Statement’ issued for possible snow starting Sunday

WEATHER: ‘Special Weather Statement’ issued for possible snow starting Sunday

The National Weather Service issued the following ‘Special Weather Statement‘ on Friday, Feb. 1, warning of “a threat of lowland snow showers across Western Washington Sunday and Monday... [Read more]