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PHOTOS: Bike Lanes painted on newly-refinished SW 152nd Street

PHOTOS: Bike Lanes painted on newly-refinished SW 152nd Street

Maureen Hoffmann from WABI Burien shared these photos, of which she says: “Yesterday I caught the crew painting the bike icons on the pavement. Another marked bike route in Burien! There are also... [Read more]

Friday night Yeti Teen Ski/Snowboard ‘Beast Bus’ starts Jan. 9

Friday night Yeti Teen Ski/Snowboard ‘Beast Bus’ starts Jan. 9

A Friday Night Yeti Ski/Snowboard ‘Beast Bus’ to The Summit Central will start Jan. 9, and here are the details: WHEN: Jan 9, 16, 23, 30, Feb 6, 13, 20, 27 WHERE: Des Moines Field House (2... [Read more]

Highline High School girls varsity soccer team makes it to state tournament

Highline High School girls varsity soccer team makes it to state tournament

Congrats to the Highline High School girls varsity soccer team, who made it to the state tournament for the first time in seven years! The Pirates won two ‘loser out’ matches to clinch the... [Read more]

Kennedy’s Nathanel Tolton CenturyLink Seattle Seahawks Athlete of the Week

Kennedy’s Nathanel Tolton CenturyLink Seattle Seahawks Athlete of the Week

Nathaniel Tolton, a Kennedy Catholic High School – Burien tennis player and team leader, was honored with the CenturyLink Seattle Seahawks Athlete of the Week, and will be featured on Q13 tonight. He... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Advertiser The Soggy Doggy holding Seahawk Pride Pet Photo event Sunday

Advertiser The Soggy Doggy holding Seahawk Pride Pet Photo event Sunday

The Soggy Doggy will be holding a Seahawk Pride Pet Photos (Husky and Cougar Pride too!) event this Sunday, Nov. 9, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at their location at 19893 1st Ave South, Suite #204, in the... [Read more]

Burien resident Carol Roll summits tallest mountain in Mexico for Breast Cancer

Burien resident Carol Roll summits tallest mountain in Mexico for Breast Cancer

Seven-year Burien resident Carol Roll has spent the last 10 days outside Mexico City climbing two of North America’s tallest mountains – Iztaccihuatl (17,343 ft) and El Pico de Orizaba (18,490... [Read more]

Post Halloween Candy ‘Walk-n-Talk’ will be Sunday, Nov. 2

Post Halloween Candy ‘Walk-n-Talk’ will be Sunday, Nov. 2

Enjoyed the Halloween candy a little too much? Feeling cooped up with all the recent rainfall? Get out for a walk! Have a nice chat with other local folks. Get some fresh air and chase the doldrums away.... [Read more]

King County Council approves vital links to Lake to Sound Trail

King County Council approves vital links to Lake to Sound Trail

Legislation linking an important segment of the ‘Lake to Sound Trail’ that will connect the cities of Burien, Renton, Tukwila, SeaTac and Des Moines received unanimous approval by the Metropolitan... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Kennedy Catholic’s volleyball team reaches high ranks!

Kennedy Catholic’s volleyball team reaches high ranks!

From Advertiser Kennedy Catholic High School comes this good news: Shayne McPherson The Kennedy Catholic Lancer Volleyball Team is ranked #2 by the Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association and... [Read more]

WATERLAND BLOG: Let’s talk Angry Doug…and Percy Harvin…

WATERLAND BLOG: Let’s talk Angry Doug…and Percy Harvin…

From our sister site The Waterland Blog comes this take on the Seahawks sudden and surprising trade of Percy Harvin on Friday, Oct. 17: Yeah, the ‘Hawks are big news. Expectations are high, and everyone’s... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Advertiser Matt Griffin YMCA holding Halloween Party on Friday, Oct. 24

Advertiser Matt Griffin YMCA holding Halloween Party on Friday, Oct. 24

Advertiser Matt Griffin YMCA will be holding a community Halloween Party on Friday, Oct. 24 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. “Come join us for a spooky night of family fun making Halloween crafts, playing... [Read more]

Celebrate School Days with WABI’s Weekday Walkers on Wednesday, Oct. 15

Celebrate School Days with WABI’s Weekday Walkers on Wednesday, Oct. 15

School’s in session, so October’s WABI Weekday Walk – set for Wednesday, Oct. 15 – will have a school theme.   Come join walkers at 9:15 a.m., starting at Grand Central Bakery in downtown Burien. “We’ll... [Read more]

Brat Trot raises over $66,000 for Highline Schools Foundation – a record!

Brat Trot raises over $66,000 for Highline Schools Foundation – a record!

Burien Brat Trot organizers announced Thursday (Oct. 9) that the expected income for last Sunday’s epic community event will be over $66,000 – the most ever in the 6-year history of the race! The B-Town... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Highlights From the 2014 Burien Brat Trot 5k Race

PHOTOS: Highlights From the 2014 Burien Brat Trot 5k Race

We posted the official results along with photos and video by BTB Editor Scott Schaefer the day of the race. Now, BTB photographer Michael Brunk has had time to start digging through his photos to post... [Read more]

Under perfect skies, the 2014 Burien Brat Trot sprinted to a record year Sunday

Under perfect skies, the 2014 Burien Brat Trot sprinted to a record year Sunday

Under perfect, blue skies, the 2014 Burien Brat Trot sprinted to a record year on Sunday, Oct. 5, with 893 of 1,654 registered runners finishing the race. The 5K race was won by 17-year old Mason Gionet,... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Cheer on the Seahawks this Monday night at Advertiser ACME Bowl!

Cheer on the Seahawks this Monday night at Advertiser ACME Bowl!

Here’s a good idea: Cheer on the Seattle Seahawks this Monday night, Oct. 6 as they dive into Monday night football at Advertiser ACME Bowl in Tukwila. Things kick off at 5:30 p.m. In the bar (for... [Read more]

Former Seattle Mariner Jay Buhner will be at Normandy Park Market Saturday

Former Seattle Mariner Jay Buhner will be at Normandy Park Market Saturday

Normandy Park Market (an Advertiser) invites all baseball fans to a special meet and greet with Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame outfielder Jay Buhner this Saturday, Oct. 4, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Guests... [Read more]

Sunday ‘Walk-n-Talk': People who live in stone houses shouldn’t throw glass

Sunday ‘Walk-n-Talk': People who live in stone houses shouldn’t throw glass

This Sunday, Oct. 5, the monthly ‘Walk-n-Talk’ will explore some very distinctive homes with stones and pebbles in North Burien. In addition to walking and chatting with neighbors, one of the... [Read more]

Thursday is the last day to register online for Sunday’s Brat Trot!

Thursday is the last day to register online for Sunday’s Brat Trot!

Thursday, Oct. 2 is the last day register online for either Sunday’s annual Brat Trot 5K or one-mile race, and you can register here. Both courses begin at the corner of 10th Ave SW and SW 152nd... [Read more]

South Highline National Little League’s annual meeting is Sept. 29

South Highline National Little League’s annual meeting is Sept. 29

The South Highline National Little League’s annual General Membership meeting is set for Monday, Sept. 29, starting at 7 p.m. at Normandy Park City Hall’s Recreation Room, and the public is... [Read more]

Despite ‘Stop Work’ order, Kennedy High athletic field project moves ahead

Despite ‘Stop Work’ order, Kennedy High athletic field project moves ahead

by Jack Mayne On Monday (Sept. 15), Burien city officials posted a “Stop Work” order at a Kennedy Catholic High School athletic field project – but only some parts of the project were actually halted... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Highline Club’s B-Town Running Group runs through Sept. to train for Brat Trot

Highline Club’s B-Town Running Group runs through Sept. to train for Brat Trot

From Advertiser the Highline Club: Did you know Burien has its own running group? The B-Town Running Group meets every Saturday morning at 9:00am at the Burien Library. B-Town Running Group is a great... [Read more]

The ‘Wandering Brat’ Instagram contest is back, and will trot through Oct. 2

The ‘Wandering Brat’ Instagram contest is back, and will trot through Oct. 2

The Brat Trot’s “Wandering Brat” Instagram contest is back, and will trot through Oct. 2. “We’ve created a fun little guy out of a plastic toy hot dog and have named him ‘Bret... [Read more]

SAVE THE DATE: The 2014 Burien Brat Trot will be Sunday, Oct. 5!

SAVE THE DATE: The 2014 Burien Brat Trot will be Sunday, Oct. 5!

A sea of runners make their way up 10th Ave SW at the 2013 Brat Trot. Photo by Michael Brunk. The Burien Brat Trot is BACK…and the 2014 version will be another Bavarian-style BLAST on Sunday, Oct. 5! The... [Read more]

B-TOWN BIZ: ‘Hot Feet Fitness’ to open Sept. 1

B-TOWN BIZ: ‘Hot Feet Fitness’ to open Sept. 1

Burien businessman Jerrod Sessler has soft-opened ‘Hot Feet Fitness’ at Bikram Yoga in downtown Burien. “‘Hot Feet Fitness’ is a unique concept, offering 21-minute high... [Read more]

Start of school year to bring ‘big changes’ to physical education in Highline

Start of school year to bring ‘big changes’ to physical education in Highline

Physical education (PE) teachers from across Highline School District are getting special training today – Thursday, Aug. 21 – on an innovative PE curriculum that will launch on the first day of school,... [Read more]

Burien Parks holding Free Family Fun Run – with prizes –on Friday, Aug. 15

Burien Parks holding Free Family Fun Run – with prizes –on Friday, Aug. 15

Burien Parks will be holding a Free Family Fun Run – with prizes – at Burien Town Square Park on Friday, Aug. 15. The Run will be from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., with check-in at 5:30 p.m., and the big raffle... [Read more]

‘Obliteride’ bike riders will pedal through Burien this Sunday, Aug. 10

‘Obliteride’ bike riders will pedal through Burien this Sunday, Aug. 10

Obliteride bike riders will be pedaling through our area – including Maplewild Ave SW, SW 152nd Street, and 4th Ave SW – this Sunday, Aug. 10, in an effort to raise critical funds to help the Fred... [Read more]