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Our talented new Intern Sterling Paris will paint your face (or your kids’)!

Our talented new Intern Sterling Paris will paint your face (or your kids’)!

We’ve been serving as Mentors to students at Burien’s Big Picture High School since 2009, and this year we’re proud to have Sterling Paris as our newest – and fourth – Intern. Sterling... [Read more]

WestSide Baby’s Annual Tea to benefit local children will be Sunday, Mar. 1

WestSide Baby’s Annual Tea to benefit local children will be Sunday, Mar. 1

WestSide Baby will host its 14th-Annual Benefit Tea on Sunday, March 1, raising funds to provide essentials to local children in need. The Tea, held at the Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center,... [Read more]

White Center gets grant from King County to support community festivals

White Center gets grant from King County to support community festivals

King County Executive Dow Constantine on Thursday (Feb. 19) announced 36 grants that will support grassroot projects and activities in unincorporated areas, such as summer music festivals, neighborhood... [Read more]

KING Aquatic Club launching new site at Evergreen Community Aquatic Center

KING Aquatic Club launching new site at Evergreen Community Aquatic Center

The KING Aquatic Club, a USA Swimming Gold Medal Swim Club, will be launching a new site at the Evergreen Community Aquatic Center (ECAC) in White Center starting on Monday, Feb. 16. Established in 1966,... [Read more]

‘Empty Bowls’ sets record with over 1,200 attendees and over $21,000 raised

‘Empty Bowls’ sets record with over 1,200 attendees and over $21,000 raised

This year’s 10th anniversary of ‘Empty Bowls’ was a huge success and broke all fundraising and attendance records with over 1,200 in attendance donating over $21,000. The proceeds raised... [Read more]

Say hello to the ‘Highline Bears’ – semi-pro Baseball returning to the area

Say hello to the ‘Highline Bears’ – semi-pro Baseball returning to the area

In the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s, White Center Stadium (now Steve Cox Memorial Park) was the home of men’s semi-professional baseball and professional fast pitch softball teams. Several... [Read more]

REMINDER: 10th annual Empty Bowls is this Friday, with both Lunch & Dinner!

REMINDER: 10th annual Empty Bowls is this Friday, with both Lunch & Dinner!

REMINDER: This Friday, Jan. 30, the Empty Bowls fundraiser will be celebrating its 10 year anniversary with both a Lunch and Dinner planned. Moshier potters have teamed up with Discover Burien and Burien... [Read more]

Students at Beverly Park Elementary School make giant ’12th Man’ flag

Students at Beverly Park Elementary School make giant ’12th Man’ flag

Students at Beverly Park Elementary School in Boulevard Park showed off their Seahawks pride on Tuesday (Jan. 27), by making a huge 12th Man flag! The 17 x 24-foot flag was mounted to the school’s... [Read more]

REMINDER: 10th annual Empty Bowls food bank fundraiser is 2 weeks away

REMINDER: 10th annual Empty Bowls food bank fundraiser is 2 weeks away

Two weeks from today – on Friday, Jan. 30 – the Empty Bowls fundraiser will be celebrating its 10 year anniversary! Moshier potters have teamed up with Discover Burien and Burien Parks and Recreation... [Read more]

Seattle Ladies Choir Winter Concerts run Jan. 30–31

Seattle Ladies Choir Winter Concerts run Jan. 30–31

The Seattle Ladies Choir’s Winter Concerts will run Jan. 30–31 at the Cornish Playhouse at the Seattle Center. The Seattle Ladies Choir is made up of 50+ members with varying musical experience,... [Read more]

Local Taco truck will be offering FREE food on Christmas Eve

Local Taco truck will be offering FREE food on Christmas Eve

Taqueria La Fondita #2 will be offering free food on Christmas Eve (Wednesday, Dec. 24) from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. to all at their location at 9811 15th Ave SW in White Center. This tradition has been going... [Read more]