West Seattle, Washington
8:59 PM: Police are investigating a shooting reported at 15th SW/SW Holden, and they’re closing Holden after finding at least two shell casings. One person is reported to be injured, but she’s not at the scene – she either was in, or got into, a car, and is at 4th/Michigan, just off the north end of the 1st Avenue S. Bridge.
9:09 PM: Police are searching the area near the shooting scene, with a K9 team. Meantime, the victim, reported to have been shot in the hip, is being taken to Harborview Medical Center.
9:32 PM: Police say the victim’s injuries are not life-threatening. They expect to reopen Holden shortly.
ADDED MONDAY MORNING: SFD tells us the victim is a 20-year-old woman, assessed as being in stable condition when taken to the hospital.
By Tracy Record
West Seattle Blog editor
A venture-capital-backed tech startup has just moved into the heart of the West Seattle Triangle.
Its primary product, however, isn’t meant for your screen. It’s meant for your plate.
Rebellyous Foods is the new tenant for the second floor of the 4600 37th SW building in The Triangle, where SK Food Group long prepared meals for airline passengers. Rebellyous Foods’ main product has something to do with wings, too – a plant-based replacement for chicken.
The company founded by former Boeing engineer Christie Lagally makes more than food. It also is inventing technology to make the production of plant-based “chicken nuggets” cheaper – so that it can compete price-wise as well as flavor-wise.
We talked with Lagally during a tour of their new HQ this week.
7:26 PM: Busy night for police. Now they’re on a reported hit-run at 35th/Morgan, with a possible suspect/vehicle located a few blocks east, according to radio communication. Avoid that stretch of Morgan for a while.
7:58 PM: Police have 1 person in custody.
5:35 PM: Here’s why police, with K9, are searching along Beach Drive just south of Emma Schmitz Memorial Overlook: They have one person in custody but are still looking for another after a reported burglary. We don’t know exactly where that happened but police were centered around Beach Dr/Angeline.
5:50 PM: A second person is now reported in custody near the burglary location, 5600 block of Beach Drive. We were nearby when we got word so we’re confirming firsthand.
5:59 PM: At the scene we have also learned the break-in was at an under-construction house on the east slope. A vehicle apparently associated with the incident will be impounded.
A few people have asked about this, so in case you’re wondering too, we now have confirmation: For the 21st year, The Hall at Fauntleroy will host a free Thanksgiving dinner for anyone and everyone interested in attending. Some go because they can’t afford a full holiday meal otherwise; some go because they crave the community camaraderie; all are welcome. Dinner will be served noon-3 pm on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 28th), at the venue, which is on the south side of historic Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (9131 California SW). Whether you’re going or not, dessert donations are appreciated – you can drop them off at The Hall by noon on Thanksgiving.
2:22 PM: Lots of 911 calls for suspected gunshots. No, those were fireworks – Sounders FC just won the Major League Soccer championship.
We've done it, Seattle! 🏆
We are the 2019 MLS Cup Champions! pic.twitter.com/PsLl7WAQtq
— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) November 10, 2019
7:00 PM: If you want to join the celebration downtown, here’s early info from a postgame media advisory:
Media and fans should be advised that Sounders FC is set to hold its MLS Cup Champions Parade and Rally …on Tuesday, November 12. The event will follow roughly the same path as 2016’s celebration, with the Parade element departing from Westlake Park at 12:00 p.m. PT, followed by the Rally portion at Seattle Center at roughly 1:30 p.m. PT.
Missed the recent “town hall” discussion of Admiral Congregational Church‘s potential early-stage redevelopment concepts (WSB coverage here)? Your next chance is Tuesday, during the Admiral Neighborhood Association‘s next meeting. ANA’s agenda highlights:
1. Update from the Seattle Police Department’s Southwest Precinct;
2. Admiral UCC’s Redevelopment Update; and
3. Officer elections and bylaw amendments
All welcome. The meeting is at the church, 4320 SW Hill, 6:30 pm Tuesday (November 12th).
Cheerleading is not just support – it’s a sport! For kids interested in checking it out, this is an opportunity:
The WSHS Cheerleaders will be holding a Mini Cheer Camp Saturday, November 23, 2019 in the West Seattle High School Gym from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
All Ages will have a great time learning fun cheers and making crafts with the Westside cheerleaders. Campers will receive a T-shirt and official team hair bow, picture of themselves with the cheerleaders AND perform as an honorary West Seattle Cheerleader at an upcoming home basketball game!
8th-graders Welcomed. Get help for our 2020-2021 Try-Outs
The cost of this camp is $60. Registration paperwork and payment are due by November 15, 2019 to be guaranteed a t shirt the day of camp. Space is limited so register early to ensure your spot.
Contact Nadine Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Welcome to Sunday. Go, Sounders! Here’s what else is up:
WEST SEATTLE FARMERS’ MARKET: See what’s fresh at this week’s market, 10 am-2 pm in the street in the heart of The Junction. (California SW between SW Oregon and SW Alaska)
BUY YOUR BREAKFAST TICKETS: While you’re at the Farmers’ Market, visit the Kiwanis Club of West Seattle< booth at the south end, and buy advance discount tickets for their December 7th pancake breakfast, a holiday tradition. WSB is among the community co-sponsors. (California/Alaska)
THE NOT-ITS: This way-fun group performs the second concert in the Kindiependent series at Fauntleroy Schoolhouse, 10:30 am. Tickets here. (9131 California SW)
FAUNTLEROY FINE ART & HOLIDAY GIFT SHOW: 11 am-2 pm, your last chance to catch this year’s show, with 18 local artists participating. Don’t miss the milliners!
In the Fellowship Hall at Fauntleroy Church. (9140 California SW)
BENEFIT COFFEEHOUSE CONCERT: Hear the music of award-winning balafon artist Naby Camara, bid on cool silent-auction items, all while helping raise money to build a dormitory that will help girls stay in school in Tanzania. 6-8 pm at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), as previewed here. $20 at the door. (5612 California SW)
STEVE RYALS: Live at the Pacific Room (WSB sponsor) on Alki, 6-9 pm. No cover. All ages. (2808 Alki SW)
NEIL YOUNG TRIBUTE: Rubies in the Dust at Parliament Tavern, 8 pm. $10 cover. 21+. (4210 SW Admiral Way)