Though Seattle’s theater scene is quite diverse, from
large companies to those on the fringe, many agree that showcasing new
works is important.
Way back when, maybe five years ago, a sea-farin’ man
named Ezequiel Romero climbed up the hill behind his boatyard in Ballard
and found himself a restaurant for sale at the corner of Queen Anne
Avenue North and Boston Street. He named it La Luna.
At $85 a year, a full-price annual membership for Pronto
Cycle Share is one of the more affordable transportation methods in
In September 1985, 43,000 students in Seattle Public
Schools were held out of classes as approximately 3,700 educators
went on strike in the city.