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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]

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]

Council told Port has money to help confront airport growth; no mercado site found

Council told Port has money to help confront airport growth; no mercado site found

By Jack Mayne Port officials are making the rounds of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport neighbor cities to tell them there is a $750,000 fund to finance ideas to better manage changes coming from an... [Read more]

Sponsored Post JOB: OCENS seeking to hire Office Admin and Customer Liaison

JOB: OCENS seeking to hire Office Admin and Customer Liaison

Office Admin and Customer Liaison (Des Moines) Compensation: $20 per hour Employment type: full-time Interested in the freedom and flexibility that comes with working in a small company? But yet want... [Read more]

Sponsored Post DAL Law Firm: The importance of a Healthcare Power of Attorney

DAL Law Firm: The importance of a Healthcare Power of Attorney

From Advertiser DAL Law Firm: Designed by Peoplecreations The importance of a Healthcare Power of Attorney A Healthcare Power of Attorney allows you to appoint a person or persons to make healthcare decisions... [Read more]

Soap Box Derby Racers needed for this Saturday’s Olde Burien Block Party!

Soap Box Derby Racers needed for this Saturday’s Olde Burien Block Party!

Discover Burien’s Olde Burien Block Party – coming this Saturday, July 20 – will include a Soap Box Derby, and organizers are seeking more Racers! The second annual “Burien SoapBox Derby Races”... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Enjoy ‘Sonder Wines’ at Tin Theater Wine Tasting this Thursday, July 18

Enjoy ‘Sonder Wines’ at Tin Theater Wine Tasting this Thursday, July 18

From Advertiser the Tin Room Bar & Theater: July Wine Tasting / Thursday, July 18 Rhone Varietals Grown in Washington ~ “Sonder Wines” Tin Theater / 5 – 7 p.m. Cinsault Rose 2018 This... [Read more]

CARES PET PROFILES: Meet Spiky & Rex!

CARES PET PROFILES: Meet Spiky & Rex!

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is part of an ongoing series that features Burien CARES animal adoptees looking for loving homes. This edition is sponsored by Sit ‘N Stay Pet Sitting:   Meet... [Read more]

WABI Weekday Walkers heading to Shorewood on Wednesday, July 17

WABI Weekday Walkers heading to Shorewood on Wednesday, July 17

From our friends at WABI Burien: The WABI Weekday Walkers head north on Wednesday, July 17 at 9 a.m. to see the beautiful Sound views of Shorewood. Our walk goes through Shorewood Park which, despite... [Read more]

Help Teachers by entering the Edgar Martinez Hall of Fame Raffle for a Cause

Help Teachers by entering the Edgar Martinez Hall of Fame Raffle for a Cause

Technology Access Foundation announced Monday (July 15) that it will be hosting an Edgar Martinez Hall of Fame online raffle from July 15 – 25th, 2019, featuring signed memorabilia to celebrate Edgar... [Read more]

While Eagle Landing Park stairs may look open again, the city says they’re not

While Eagle Landing Park stairs may look open again, the city says they’re not

Last week, Burien resident Gregory Rehmke ventured down to Eagle Landing Park, where he discovered that the long-closed stairs appeared to be re-opened. However, these stairs – which were very popular... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Kannin Law Firm P.S.: Thou Shall Not Cross (The Railroad Crossing)

Kannin Law Firm P.S.: Thou Shall Not Cross (The Railroad Crossing)

From Advertiser Kannin Law Firm P.S.: Thou Shall Not Cross (The Railroad Crossing) On August 26, 2016, my client M.N. was driving northbound on Railroad Avenue in Kent, Washington. At the same time another... [Read more]

TRAFFIC ALERT: Construction on S. 144th Way begins

TRAFFIC ALERT: Construction on S. 144th Way begins

S. 144th Way is being re-aligned between Des Moines Memorial Drive and the cold storage warehouses (map below), which could cause some traffic delays. Construction begins Monday, July 15 and will continue... [Read more]

It’s ‘Christmas in July’ TONIGHT as the Highline Bears take on the Wallbangers

It’s ‘Christmas in July’ TONIGHT as the Highline Bears take on the Wallbangers

REMINDER: It’ll be Christmas in July TONIGHT – Saturday, July 13, 2019 – when your Highline Bears take on the Wallbangers Baseball Club, with the first pitch (er, snowball?) set for 7:05 p.m. Join... [Read more]

Learn about ‘Grandma Moses’ at Glendale Lutheran Church on Sat., July 20

Learn about ‘Grandma Moses’ at Glendale Lutheran Church on Sat., July 20

Come and enjoy an inspiring performance by Debbie DiMitre, NW dramatic storyteller and actress as she portrays Grandma Moses (beloved American folk artist). The presentation will take place on Saturday,... [Read more]

Communications, affordable housing & more on agenda for Mon. night Council

Communications, affordable housing & more on agenda for Mon. night Council

City communications, affordable housing, an update on the Town Square Fountain and more will be on the agenda for Monday night’s Special City Council meeting. Download the full agenda packet here... [Read more]