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Introducing An “Experiment In Irony”: A Print Version Of The B-Town Blog!

Introducing An “Experiment In Irony”: A Print Version Of The B-Town Blog!

Click image to download your own PDF of our print version you can print yourself. We’re trying an “experiment in irony” here at your normally online-only B-Town Blog – we’re printing... [Read more]

Welcome Our Latest News Partner: The Seattle Times!

Welcome Our Latest News Partner: The Seattle Times!

We’re proud to announce a news partnership with a Seattle-based media outlet you may have heard of – The Seattle Times – as The B-Town Blog and four of its sister sites (along with... [Read more]

EXCERPT: “Three Tree Point” Book Signing Is Friday; Here Are More Photos

EXCERPT: “Three Tree Point” Book Signing Is Friday; Here Are More Photos

“Images of America: Three Tree Point,” a locally-written book we’ve previously reported on, has finally been released and will be on sale for just $20 each at a book-signing party at... [Read more]

Residents’ Historical Book On Three Tree Point To Be Released March 8th

Residents’ Historical Book On Three Tree Point To Be Released March 8th

Longtime Burien residents Doug Shadel and Pam and Guy Harper have written a historical book about Three Tree Point, which is being released March 8th by Arcadia Publishing. This new book, which is priced... [Read more]

New Book Being Written On 3 Tree Point; Authors Seek Help

New Book Being Written On 3 Tree Point; Authors Seek Help

A new book recapping over 100 years of life at Burien’s Three Tree Point is now in the developmental and research stage by husband and wife authors and longtime residents Guy and Pam Harper.

Beginning with the early Native American days, Three Tree Point (aka “Point Pulley”) was used extensively for meeting areas, feasts and potlatches. It provided an excellent stop over point for the Native canoes when traveling between the northern and southern Puget Sound waters as the area was particularly abundant with fresh water, clams, salmon and fine camping grounds…

Final Print P-I Is Tuesday; Here’s A Local Connection

Final Print P-I Is Tuesday; Here’s A Local Connection

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009, will be the final print edition of The Seattle P-I, which is transitioning over to an online-only venture. The local angle for this area is that several P-I staffers live in... [Read more]

“Growing Up In Rat City & Beyond” Excerpt & Book Signing

“Growing Up In Rat City & Beyond” Excerpt & Book Signing

Burien's Alexander Sasonoff grew up in "Rat City" and lived to write about it. Recently we’ve been posting excerpts from longtime Burien resident, architect, artist and now author... [Read more]

EXCERPT: “Growing Up In Rat City & Beyond” Part 2

EXCERPT: “Growing Up In Rat City & Beyond” Part 2

Alexander Sasonoff grew up in "Rat City" and lived to write about it. by Scott Schaefer Last week we posted the first excerpt from longtime Burien resident, architect, artist and now author Alexander... [Read more]