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April 28, 2007 at 9:58 am | In West Seattle news | 2 Comments

Three WS-related articles on the P-I site today:

-A well-known climber from West Seattle, Lara-Karena Kellogg, died after falling in Denali National Park. A tribute on this climbing blog points to a site friends have set up to share memories and condolences.

-Robert Jamieson pays tribute to Charlie Chong. (We are still keeping an eye out for funeral/memorial plans and will let you know when we hear something.)

-The entrepreneurs who moved Retroactive Kids from Morgan Junction to Columbia City are profiled. Among other things, they observe that WS wasn’t funky enough. (We hereby apologize; we’re quirky and crazy ourselves but never quite made it to funky.)

2 Comments

  1. hehehehe…love the video !!

    Comment by Jan — 1:18 pm April 28, 2007 #

  2. The statement of the Retroactive Kids owners has a small ring of truth. Retail-wise the powers at be are letting the South end of California languish.

    It’s too bad!

    Comment by Venkat — 2:48 pm April 28, 2007 #

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