Category Archives: Neighborhood features
In September 1991 when my daughter entered kindergarten at Wedgwood School, it was a déjà vu moment for me because she was walking into the same classroom where I had attended in my own kindergarten year at Wedgwood School. As … Continue reading
The commercial district of the Wedgwood neighborhood in northeast Seattle is arranged along the arterial 35th Avenue NE with clusters of stores at the NE 75th and 85th Street intersections. The majority of the storefronts and office buildings were built … Continue reading
In 1940 the Wedgwood neighborhood did not yet exist in northeast Seattle. There were vast tracts of undeveloped land and except for Hansen’s Tavern at NE 85th Street, there were no other businesses at that intersection on 35th Ave NE. … Continue reading
It was a rainy Sunday in Seattle but cherry trees in bloom signaled the hope of Spring.
Throughout the year 2016 I have enjoyed reading Seattle bloggers’ perspectives of life in the city as portrayed through photos, sketches and writings.
Saturday, November 19th at 5 PM is the long-awaited opening of the Growler Guys at 8500 Lake City Way NE. This site on Wedgwood’s western edge was once part of a cluster of road houses along the highway.