Happening today/tonight: Too much to describe in this headline

Much happening today even before the unscheduled news starts breaking. First, two media briefings that aren’t public events, but WSB will be there to bring you the news as close to immediately as possible: There’s a City Hall briefing at 10 am about the jail-site search — the first official jail-related news in months. 11 am at Seattle Center, it’s a briefing about the Viaduct-solution search; this time, we’ll get information on projected cost of the various options — including the much-buzzed “integrated elevated,” shown above in a WSDOT rendering. The following events are all open to the public: West Seattle Democratic Women‘s monthly lunch, 11:15 @ West Seattle Golf Course, call 935-3216 by 10 am for a reservation; High Point Community Center has a free (early) Thanksgiving dinner, from turkey to door prizes, 6-8 pm; Southwest Community Center hosts its final workshop on designing a new fitness room, 6 pm; the Southwest Design Review Board looks at the revised proposal for the Admiral Safeway rebuild, 6:30 pm at West Seattle (Admiral) Library; Alki Community Council meets at Alki Community Center, 7 pm. Fun stuff tonight too, like “Girlfriends’ Night Out” at Capers in The Junction – see the Events calendar for more.

2 Replies to "Happening today/tonight: Too much to describe in this headline"

  • Love my city November 20, 2008 (8:16 am)

    That ridiculous tunnel in the sky is the worst idea ever.

  • cjboffoli November 20, 2008 (10:22 am)

    They’re trying to dress it up and make it look idyllic. But what that photo doesn’t portray is the endless roar of traffic that pours off the AWV. I had some friends with a rooftop deck fifty feet away and the noise was always deafening. And then there’s the pollution…

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