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Music4Life starts program to help families in need get musical instruments

Music4Life starts program to help families in need get musical instruments

Non-profit Music4Life is reaching out to families with students who qualify for free school meals, to let them know they may be able to receive a playable musical instrument at no charge. This new program... [Read more]

Feds to ‘expand power’ to quickly deport undocumented immigrants

Feds to ‘expand power’ to quickly deport undocumented immigrants

By Jack Mayne People who have illegally entered the United States within the past two years will be quickly removed by federal officers, the Washington Post reported Monday (July 22) afternoon. The Post... [Read more]

See Burien Actors Theatre’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ at Town Square Park Aug. 2

See Burien Actors Theatre’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ at Town Square Park Aug. 2

Burien Actors Theatre (BAT) is pleased to be part of Burien’s First Fridays, a day where arts businesses and community come together, and as part of the next First Friday, on Friday, Aug. 2, BAT... [Read more]

REMINDER: Public Meeting on Sea-Tac Airport Impact Study is Wednesday at Tyee

REMINDER: Public Meeting on Sea-Tac Airport Impact Study is Wednesday at Tyee

REMINDER: Public Meeting on the Sea-Tac Airport Impact Study will be this Wednesday, July 24 at Tyee High School in SeaTac. The meeting will run from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Tyee High School Cafeteria. This... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Advertiser Kevin Schilling for Burien City Council, Position #4

Advertiser Kevin Schilling for Burien City Council, Position #4

From Advertiser Kevin Schilling for Burien City Council, Position #4: Dear neighbors of Burien, I am a fourth-generation Washingtonian and third-generation Burien area resident. I attended St. Francis... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Vince Koester – Highline School District Board Candidate for the Kids, Parents & Educators

Vince Koester – Highline School District Board Candidate for the Kids, Parents & Educators

From Advertiser Vince Koester for Highline School District Board: Whether we have kids in school, are childless, or our children are grown and on their own, we all want to ensure that every child has... [Read more]

Highline Medical Center holding Farmers Market for employees on Fridays

Highline Medical Center holding Farmers Market for employees on Fridays

Doctors and nurses often encourage their patients to eat plenty of fresh produce, but between long shifts and fast-paced workdays, hospital staff may not have time to buy or grow their own. This summer,... [Read more]

Legendary DJ Pat O’Day will be Grand Marshal of Waterland Parade Saturday

Legendary DJ Pat O’Day will be Grand Marshal of Waterland Parade Saturday

From our sister site The Waterland Blog: Pat O’Day – the legendary Pacific Northwest broadcaster and promoter – will serve as the Grand Marshal of the Des Moines Waterland Seafair Parade this Saturday,... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices NW Realty Open Houses: Normandy Park, Steel Lake, Federal Way, Renton, Kent, Star Lake

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices NW Realty Open Houses: Normandy Park, Steel Lake, Federal Way, Renton, Kent, Star Lake

Real Estate Sponsor Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate will be holding six Open Houses this weekend! The first Open House is a large 2,145 sq/ft Townhouse in a small 4-unit community: This... [Read more]

Meet the candidates vying for Burien City Council, Position #6

Meet the candidates vying for Burien City Council, Position #6

Meet the three candidates vying for Burien City Council, Position #6, all on the ballot for the upcoming Aug. 6 primary election. Ballots were mailed out on Wednesday, July 17, and the deadline to vote... [Read more]

Meet the candidates vying for Burien City Council, Position #4:

Meet the candidates vying for Burien City Council, Position #4:

Meet the four candidates vying for Burien City Council, Position #4, all on the ballot for the upcoming Aug. 6 primary election. Ballots were mailed out on Wednesday, July 17, and the deadline to vote... [Read more]

Fire causes significant damage to house in Three Tree Point neighborhood Wed. night

Fire causes significant damage to house in Three Tree Point neighborhood Wed. night

Photo courtesy Burien/Normandy Park Fire Department. A house fire burned a home in the 16800 block of 33rd Ave SW in Burien’s Three Tree Point neighborhood (map below) on Wednesday night, July 17. Firefighters... [Read more]

Big Picture students show their VR stuff in Learning Immersive Technology showcase

Big Picture students show their VR stuff in Learning Immersive Technology showcase

Sponsored through a generous grant from Boeing, a partnership between Reel Grrls, Arts Corps and Totem Star, Big Picture High School students recently demonstrated success through Learning Immersive Technology... [Read more]

REMINDER: Olde Burien Block Party is this Saturday!

REMINDER: Olde Burien Block Party is this Saturday!

REMINDER: Discover Burien’s Olde Burien Block Party will be this Saturday, July 20, from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. This FREE event will be held on SW 152nd Street between 9th and & 10th Ave SW, and... [Read more]

REMINDER: ‘Music in the Park’ continues with 60s music from ‘Rear View Mirror’ Thurs. night

REMINDER: ‘Music in the Park’ continues with 60s music from ‘Rear View Mirror’ Thurs. night

REMINDER: Burien’s FREE ‘Music in the Park’ weekly summer concert series continues this Thursday, July 18, with a live 60s music from Rear View Mirror from 6:30 – 8 p.m. The summer... [Read more]

Burien Youth Council holding Candidate Forum on Monday, July 29

Burien Youth Council holding Candidate Forum on Monday, July 29

The Burien Youth Council will be hosting a Candidate Forum on Monday, July 29, where they will ask questions of City Council candidates that will focus on youth issues. “Burien Youth Council focuses... [Read more]

Businesses invited to discuss proposed compostable food service product requirements July 26

Businesses invited to discuss proposed compostable food service product requirements July 26

The Burien City Council is discussing compostable food service requirements due to concerns about the effects of plastics on the natural environment, and the city will be holding a discussion on the morning... [Read more]

Forum for Port of Seattle Commission candidates will be Thurs., Sept. 19

Forum for Port of Seattle Commission candidates will be Thurs., Sept. 19

The League of Quiet Skies Voters will sponsor a Candidate Forum for Port of Seattle Commission general-election candidates on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019, at the Burien Community Center, from 6 – 8 p.m. The... [Read more]

Public meeting on Sea-Tac Airport Impact Study will be Wed., July 24 at Tyee

Public meeting on Sea-Tac Airport Impact Study will be Wed., July 24 at Tyee

A Public Meeting on the Sea-Tac Airport Impact Study will be held on Wednesday, July 24 at Tyee High School in SeaTac. The meeting will run from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Tyee High School Cafeteria. This will... [Read more]