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FLASHBACK: Happy 10th Anniversary Burien City Hall/Library/Town Square!

FLASHBACK: Happy 10th Anniversary Burien City Hall/Library/Town Square!

Ten years ago today, on a bright and sunny Saturday, June 13, 2009, Burien Town Square/City Hall/Library celebrated its grand opening! Here’s a flashback to a story we did about it, with photos and... [Read more]

July issue of Sunset Magazine features great profile about Burien

July issue of Sunset Magazine features great profile about Burien

Writer Heather Hansman profiled Burien for the July, 2017 issue of Sunset Magazine, which should be on newsstands now. The profile – which starts on page 28 – highlights B-Town’s local arts,... [Read more]

LETTER: B-Town Blog Reporter Seeking Readers with ‘Bad’ CARES Experiences

LETTER: B-Town Blog Reporter Seeking Readers with ‘Bad’ CARES Experiences

Citizens of Burien, Have you had an unpleasant experience with C.A.R.E.S.? Frustrated that no one will listen to you? Well, here is your opportunity to be heard – Mr. Jack Mayne is doing research for... [Read more]

Seattle Met Magazine Ranks Burien #18 In Its ‘Best Places’ April Issue

Seattle Met Magazine Ranks Burien #18 In Its ‘Best Places’ April Issue

Seattle Met Magazine’s latest issue ranks Burien as #18 in their “The Best Places to Live Now: An insider’s guide to Seattle’s top neighborhoods—now and in the future” cover story. Last... [Read more]

Seattle Weekly Mocks Burien’s History, Calls Us The ‘Ultimate Suburb’

Seattle Weekly Mocks Burien’s History, Calls Us The ‘Ultimate Suburb’

This week The Seattle Weekly is devoting an entire issue to West Seattle, with a small portion focusing on Burien, the history of which they mock, then call the “Ultimate Suburb.” [EDITOR’S... [Read more]

“City Arts” Magazine Profiles Burien’s Interim Art Space

“City Arts” Magazine Profiles Burien’s Interim Art Space

Seattle’s City Arts Magazine recently published a story praising Burien’s Interim Art Space, saying that it “proves any empty lot can become an artistic spectacle.” The story, written... [Read more]

Normandy Park Band Will Play For Neil Diamond Friday In LA

Normandy Park Band Will Play For Neil Diamond Friday In LA

The Seattle Weekly has an interesting story on how Normandy Park resident Eddie Rodriguez and his band, Los Volcanes, ended up recording the song “Red, Red Wine” for pop legend Neil Diamond. And... [Read more]

Memo To Seattle Magazine: I Am Not Bill Nye's Brother

Memo To Seattle Magazine: I Am Not Bill Nye's Brother

The September issue of Seattle Magazine has a very positive two-page “Urban Safari” review of Burien, with mentions of local businesses like The Tin Room, Australian Pie Co., Elliott Bay Brewery... [Read more]

Seattle Magazine Gushes Over Burien In New Article

Seattle Magazine Gushes Over Burien In New Article

Seattle Magazine just posted a very positive feature story on Burien (complete with photo essay), with mentions of The Tin Room, Australian Pie Company, Elliott Bay Brewery, The Mark and many more. Here’s... [Read more]

Meet The Challenger: Burien’s Matt Hale Takes On Superior Court Incumbent

Meet The Challenger: Burien’s Matt Hale Takes On Superior Court Incumbent

by Mark Neuman Matt Hale has been starting early and thinking big since his early days here in Burien, and he’s still tackling early and big things today. The 1998 graduate of Highline High... [Read more]

Self-Plug Alert: B-Town Blog Gets More Press

Self-Plug Alert: B-Town Blog Gets More Press

A few weeks ago we attended a “Neighborhood Blogger’s” gathering at Piecora’s on Capitol Hill, where we gulped some grog, snarfed pizza and gossiped about our blogs with others... [Read more]