Thursday afternoon notes

-Some especially excellent comments today, and we want to call your attention to them in case you don’t usually read the comment sections of WSB posts. Below our report about the Northwest Art & Frame broken window, we just heard from “TR,” the early-morning dog-walker who spotted the damage and called authorities. And after this post updating the “West Seattle Art Attack” pumpkin surprises, we heard from people (Randie and Ben) at two of the houses “hit” by WSAA. Thanks to everybody for coming to WSB and adding new information!

-Several people e-mailed us yesterday about a mysterious sign near “Walking on Logs,” close to the relentlessly patrolled area where political signs have been turning up, and coming down. Last night we did pull over to check out that sign — it is a printout of the city sign ordinance, with the relevant section highlighted in a marker color that we can’t help describing as “angry red.” We’ll see shortly if they have gone after the signs just put up by a certain City Council candidate who seems determined to let us all know she (hearts) The Viaduct. (Including in-person sign-waving at 35th & Fauntleroy this morning.)

-If you’re interested in acupuncture, a reader e-mailed us recently suggesting that more people might want to know about a community acupuncture clinic at The Mount on Monday afternoons, run by Angie Hughes. “Reasonable price and an underutilized resource,” according to the reader, so we’re tacking it up on our equivalent of the virtual bulletin board, with this post.

4 Replies to "Thursday afternoon notes"

  • g101 November 1, 2007 (5:12 pm)

    I figured that was a city ordinance that was there – and I have to say I LOVE that the signs are left there, completely destroyed. It’s like the mob hit those signs and are leaving an example of what happens when you litter WS with political signs.

    Thanks for checking this out. I knew it was only a matter of time until you posted about it!

  • Dis November 1, 2007 (11:42 pm)

    who is the city council candidate who (heart) the viaduct? I want to vote for her.

  • WSB November 1, 2007 (11:49 pm)

    Sally Clark’s opponent.

  • Dis November 2, 2007 (8:02 am)

    ouch! on second thought………..

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