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VIDEO: ‘The Briefing #16: The Myth of No Choice’ presented to Port of Seattle

VIDEO: ‘The Briefing #16: The Myth of No Choice’ presented to Port of Seattle

On Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, local activist/lawyer/filmmaker Steve Edmiston presented his 16th ‘Briefing’ to Port of Seattle Commissioners. Edmiston is taking on the Port, one public comment... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Super Blood Wolf Moon bedazzles Burien sky Sunday night

PHOTOS: Super Blood Wolf Moon bedazzles Burien sky Sunday night

Did you see it? Us Earthlings were able to witness a ‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ – aka a rare Lunar Eclipse – on Sunday night, Jan. 20, 2019 (the next one won’t be visible in these parts... [Read more]

VIDEO: Task force created to investigate 11 shootings along SR 509 since June

VIDEO: Task force created to investigate 11 shootings along SR 509 since June

On Thursday afternoon, Jan. 17, 2019, a press conference was held at Burien Police Precinct #4, where a task force was announced to investigate a pattern of unsolved shootings – 11 so far – on and... [Read more]

VIDEO: City Manager Brian Wilson’s economic forecast for City of Burien

VIDEO: City Manager Brian Wilson’s economic forecast for City of Burien

On Friday, Jan. 12, 2019, City Manager Brian Wilson delivered an economic forecast for the city at a Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. In addition to Wilson, representatives from the cities... [Read more]

VIDEO: Noble Healthcare’s Open House for proposed mental health care facility

VIDEO: Noble Healthcare’s Open House for proposed mental health care facility

On Thursday night, Jan. 10, 2019, an Open House was held by Noble Healthcare for their proposed new long-term care facility for individuals with mental health needs in Seahurst. This event – which... [Read more]

VIDEO: ‘One last party on the Viaduct’ via Sheriff’s Office infrared camera

VIDEO: ‘One last party on the Viaduct’ via Sheriff’s Office infrared camera

On Friday night, Jan. 11, 2019, at around 10 p.m., the Alaskan Way Viaduct closed for good as it’s prepared to be demolished to make way for a new tunnel. Thousands of residents decided to take one... [Read more]

New exit to Des Moines Memorial Drive on SR 518 opens

New exit to Des Moines Memorial Drive on SR 518 opens

This Friday, Jan. 11, a brand new, two-lane off-ramp will open up from eastbound SR 518 to Des Moines Memorial Drive in Burien. WSDOT says that for years, travelers could only access Des Moines Memorial... [Read more]

VIDEO/PHOTOS: Dozens brave Polar Bear Plunge to bring in the New Year

VIDEO/PHOTOS: Dozens brave Polar Bear Plunge to bring in the New Year

On a chilly yet clear New Year’s Day, dozens of citizens braved the cold waters of Puget Sound to plunge into 2019 at the annual Polar Bear Plunge at Burien’s Three Tree Point. This year’s... [Read more]

Cleanse yourself at the 2019 Polar Bear Plunge on Three Tree Point Tuesday!

Cleanse yourself at the 2019 Polar Bear Plunge on Three Tree Point Tuesday!

Here’s a great, fun way to brrrrrring in the New Year – at Noon on Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019, dive into Puget Sound at the fun-filled annual Polar Bear Plunge in the 3500 block of 172nd SW Street... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Put on your red shoes…BUFO fave BowieVision will play on New Year’s Eve

Put on your red shoes…BUFO fave BowieVision will play on New Year’s Eve

Put on your red shoes and dance 2018 away with BowieVision at the Nectar Lounge on New Year’s Eve! Remember that amazing David Bowie Tribute Band that played at the Burien UFO Festival? Then you... [Read more]

VIDEO: Puget Sound Skills Center demos flammability of a Christmas tree

VIDEO: Puget Sound Skills Center demos flammability of a Christmas tree

On Friday, Dec. 14, Burien’s Puget Sound Skills Center hosted its annual Christmas tree burn demonstration for students and media. “The purpose is to show how quickly a tree can burn if not... [Read more]

Felon with gun runs into pole, hides on roof of Burien house Tuesday night

Felon with gun runs into pole, hides on roof of Burien house Tuesday night

A felon had a hit and run collision with a power pole near S. 124th Street and 5th Ave S. (map below) in Burien Tuesday night, Dec. 11. When police arrived, power lines were still hot and on top of the... [Read more]

VIDEO: Poet-in-Residence Raúl Sánchez reads his original poem to City Council

VIDEO: Poet-in-Residence Raúl Sánchez reads his original poem to City Council

Burien’s Poet-in-Residence Raúl Sánchez read ‘Bountiful Burien,’ his new, original poem about Burien to the City Council at Monday night’s regular meeting. Managed by former Burien... [Read more]

Port of Seattle ‘raises the roof’ during topping off ceremony at airport Tuesday

Port of Seattle ‘raises the roof’ during topping off ceremony at airport Tuesday

In what will be a major upgrade for international passengers, the final structural roof beam was raised by a crane and safely put in place on Tuesday, Dec. 4, marking the latest construction milestone... [Read more]

FOLLOWUP: Peter Western Bridge construction to begin in early 2019

FOLLOWUP: Peter Western Bridge construction to begin in early 2019

Construction on the Peter Western Bridge – which suffered from storm damage and was demolished in May, 2017 – will begin in early 2019, the City of Burien announced. The bridge, located in the 2200... [Read more]