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Mandala Workshop will be at Burien Arts Gallery Saturday, May 7

Mandala Workshop will be at Burien Arts Gallery Saturday, May 7

A Mandala Workshop taught by Shannan Folino will be held on Saturday May 7 at the Burien Arts Gallery. People have been creating Mandalas for centuries. They are an internal and personal response to the... [Read more]

Sponsored Post TL Sea Diving’s ¡Sale-o de Mayo! – a One-Day Sale – is May 7!

TL Sea Diving’s ¡Sale-o de Mayo! – a One-Day Sale – is May 7!

Looking for your next great adventure – how about Scuba Diving? Come on out to TL Sea Diving’s ¡Sale-o de Mayo! – a One-Day Sale on Saturday, May 7 – Open Water Course Fee for only $95!!... [Read more]

Seattle Sounders FC Player Darwin Jones featured as April #HighlineAlum

Seattle Sounders FC Player Darwin Jones featured as April #HighlineAlum

Seattle Sounders FC forward Darwin Jones – who went to school in the Highline area – is featured in this month’s #HighlineAlum social media campaign. Jones is a 2010 graduate of Mount Rainier High... [Read more]

Volunteers needed to help restore Miller & Walker Creeks on May 14 & June 4

Volunteers needed to help restore Miller & Walker Creeks on May 14 & June 4

Volunteers are needed to help restore Miller and Walker Creeks on both Saturday, May 14 and June 4: Walker Preserve Restoration The next volunteer forest restoration event will be held Saturday, May... [Read more]

Police arrest 10, recover heroin, meth, $150,000 cash, guns, 9 cars in huge bust

Police arrest 10, recover heroin, meth, $150,000 cash, guns, 9 cars in huge bust

Early Friday morning (April 29), and with the assistance of eight different agencies, Burien Police detectives served search and arrest warrants on eight residences throughout King and Pierce... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Berkshire Hathaway Sunday Open House: rare, private 4-BD Hurstwood home

Berkshire Hathaway Sunday Open House: rare, private 4-BD Hurstwood home

BTB Real Estate Sponsor Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Northwest’s Open House – set for this SUNDAY, May 1 – is a rare, 4-bedroom home in Burien’s Hurstwood neighborhood, just steps... [Read more]

Local residents’ first feature-length film ‘Paralytic’ will premiere at SIFF

Local residents’ first feature-length film ‘Paralytic’ will premiere at SIFF

Local residents David S. Hogan and wife Angela DiMarco have just produced their first feature-length film, called ‘Paralytic’ – take a look: The film will premiere at the 2016 Seattle... [Read more]

STOLEN: Two Olde English Bulldog puppies, stolen by two men Thursday

STOLEN: Two Olde English Bulldog puppies, stolen by two men Thursday

Early Thursday afternoon, two area residents let their four Olde English Bulldog puppies outside to do their potty business at their home in the North Hill area in DesMoines. Unfortunately, two strange men... [Read more]

First-ever ‘Tinship’ scholarship awarded to Osmat Shamdeen of Mt. Rainier High

First-ever ‘Tinship’ scholarship awarded to Osmat Shamdeen of Mt. Rainier High

The first-ever ‘Tinship’ – a $6,000 scholarship funded by Burien’s Tin Room Bar & Theater – was recently awarded to Osmat Shamdeen, a senior at Mount Rainier High School: The... [Read more]

Seattle City Light will start replacing aging utility poles in Burien soon

Seattle City Light will start replacing aging utility poles in Burien soon

Starting in early to mid-May, Seattle City Light will begin replacing aging utility poles in Burien, which will likely cause numerous maintenance power outages. Crews will work in an area bordered by... [Read more]

‘Walk-n-Talk’ around southern Gregory Heights this Sunday, May 1

‘Walk-n-Talk’ around southern Gregory Heights this Sunday, May 1

From our friends at WABI Burien: The weatherman has promised a sunny weekend, so let’s get out together for the May Walk-n-Talk, set for this Sunday, May 1! This month we’ll walk around the southern... [Read more]

Burien Arts hosting Open House this Sunday, May 1

Burien Arts hosting Open House this Sunday, May 1

New to Burien and want to feel more connected to your new home? A long-time resident desiring to get more involved in your community? Maybe advancing the Arts in Burien and the Greater Highline area could... [Read more]

Commuters prepare yourselves – Alaskan Way Viaduct closure starts this Friday

Commuters prepare yourselves – Alaskan Way Viaduct closure starts this Friday

Drivers and transit users, pay heed: there are just a few days to get ready for a closure of the State Route 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct through downtown Seattle, as it is set to close this Friday, April 29. Starting... [Read more]

Learn about ‘Urban Cycling’ at Burien Library this Saturday, April 30

Learn about ‘Urban Cycling’ at Burien Library this Saturday, April 30

The Burien Library will be hosting Madi Carlson, author of Urban Cycling, advocate, and urban-cycler extraordinaire, this Saturday, April 30 at 2 p.m. This event is part of this year’s Everyone... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Mother’s Day blooms bright at Advertiser Iris & Peony Floral and Home

Mother’s Day blooms bright at Advertiser Iris & Peony Floral and Home

Hanging Baskets are in! Get them while they last! Good advice from the Iris & Peony Facebook page highlights hanging baskets to delight Mom on her special day. Brimming baskets of Fuschias or Petunias... [Read more]

Help the Highline Schools Foundation at a ‘Shopping Party’ on Friday, May 6

Help the Highline Schools Foundation at a ‘Shopping Party’ on Friday, May 6

You can help the Highline Schools Foundation at a special ‘Shopping Party’ on Friday, May 6, from 4 – 7 p.m. at Paper Delights, located at 15215 21st Ave SW (across from St. Francis). “This... [Read more]

Burien Library hosting ‘News Literacy Roundtable’ on Mental Health May 15

Burien Library hosting ‘News Literacy Roundtable’ on Mental Health May 15

The King County Library System is convening a series of facilitated discussions hosted by the American Society of News Editors (ASNE) as part of ASNE’s National Community and News Literacy Roundtables... [Read more]

REMINDER: Northwest Symphony Orchestra’s season finale is this Saturday

REMINDER: Northwest Symphony Orchestra’s season finale is this Saturday

REMINDER: Northwest Symphony Orchestra will conclude its Season with a performance this Saturday, April 30, starting at 8 p.m. at the Highline Performing Arts Center in Burien. The program will feature... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Statements Interiors and Gifts has what Mom wants (Mother’s Day is May 8!)

Statements Interiors and Gifts has what Mom wants (Mother’s Day is May 8!)

Mother’s day is Sunday May 8, and Advertiser Statements Interiors and Gifts is ready to make her day special – Owner Phoebe Heggen has searched far and near for the perfect items to delight a variety... [Read more]

Say hello to the new ‘Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce’

Say hello to the new ‘Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce’

The Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority (RTA) and the Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce announced a partnership on Tuesday (April 26) with the intent “to better promote the regional... [Read more]

Burien citizens mostly satisfied with city government; no light rail for the city

Burien citizens mostly satisfied with city government; no light rail for the city

By Jack Mayne Burien residents in a semiannual survey say they are concerned about crime and education, but are satisfied at how their city government is performing, with eight out of 10 people surveyed... [Read more]

Hi-Liners’ ‘The Magic Treehouse: The Knight at Dawn KIDS’ opens Friday

Hi-Liners’ ‘The Magic Treehouse: The Knight at Dawn KIDS’ opens Friday

The Hi-Liners Musical Theatre will be presenting ‘The Magic Treehouse: The Knight at Dawn KIDS’ at the Renton Civic Theatre the weekends of April 29, 30, May 1, and May 6 and 7. What would... [Read more]

Rich Lindros will Manage the Highline Bears this year; opening game is May 28!

Rich Lindros will Manage the Highline Bears this year; opening game is May 28!

The Highline Bears announced that they have hired Rich Lindros as their 2016 Manager. Lindros will be taking over the duties from Todd Coughlin, who had signed on for one year as the Bears inaugural... [Read more]