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FOLLOWUP: Rebellyous Foods seeking ‘roommates’ in The Triangle

January 4, 2020 11:42 pm
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 |   Triangle | West Seattle businesses | West Seattle news

Two months ago, we reported on Rebellyous Foods‘ move to the West Seattle Triangle, where the startup is producing plant-based “chicken” as well as inventing new production tech, all in hopes of revolutionizing the nugget world. In that story, we mentioned in passing that the space Rebellyous has leased at 4600 37th SW is so vast, they’re open to subleasing some of it; now they’ve formalized the call for “roommates”:

Rebellyous is renting out some of our HQ space for mission-aligned small businesses in search of a place for food production.

*Flexible space which includes Cold Storage, Production Area & High Bay Warehouse

*Two dock high loading doors

*Racking included

*Short-term, month to month options

Contact info is in the image above.

PHOTOS: West Seattle eagle-watching

If you’re a frequent WSB reader, you probably know we frequently feature bird photos with the daily “West Seattle (Today)” highlights lists, thanks to some fabulous contributors. Lately we’ve received several views of bald eagles at Alki Point that deserve a separate showcase, so here goes. Above, Larry Shaw photographed two mature bald eagles; below, Gary Jones caught a juvenile eagle tussling with an older one – and it won:

And another view of the two grownups, from Don Brubeck via the WSB Flickr group:

(Mark Wangerin also photographed two side-by-side, as featured here a week ago.) Think you know all about bald eagles? Here are some fast – and local – facts from Audubon.

P.S. Big thanks to everyone who shares photos – from wildlife to breaking news! Email ( works best but if you’re photographing with your phone, texting our hotline, 206-293-6302, works too.

BASKETBALL: Chief Sealth IHS hosts Lakeside

January 4, 2020 4:54 pm
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 |   West Seattle news | West Seattle schools | WS & Sports

Chief Sealth International High School also played basketball at home last night, vs. Lakeside. Here’s how the games turned out: The boys’ varsity won 61-59; girls’ varsity lost 45-27. Next up for both is a visit to Bainbridge Island – the Seahawk boys play there at 7:30 pm Tuesday (January 7th), the girls are there at 7:30 pm Wednesday (January 8th).

WEDNESDAY: Get updated on the fight against hate crimes

January 4, 2020 3:22 pm
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 |   West Seattle news | West Seattle politics

We continue spotlighting the community organizations that are returning to their regular meeting schedules post-holidays. This Wednesday (January 8th), all are welcome as the 34th District Democrats focus on a spotlight topic, as announced by communications chair Carla Rogers:

The program will be about Hate Crimes in Washington.

Our January meeting (1/8) will be held at The Hall at Fauntleroy in West Seattle. We start at 6:30 with a potluck and social 30 minutes. The short business meeting will begin at 7 and the program will start shortly thereafter.

Join Nina Martinez from the Latino Civic Alliance and Attorney General Ferguson’s Hate Crimes Working Group, and Kendal Kosai of the Anti-Defamation League of the Pacific Northwest, for a panel discussion on the prevalence of hate crimes in Washington State.

The Hall at Fauntleroy is at 9131 California SW.

Westwood Village post office to start closing lobby at night

Thanks to Mike for the tip: That sign is now posted at the Westwood Village USPS branch (2721 SW Trenton), with advance warning that its lobby will start closing from 7 pm to 7 am as of February 1st. It’s been almost two years since the West Seattle Junction post office made a similar announcement. That news in March 2018 followed a theft incident; we checked and haven’t found any such recent reports for the Westwood branch, but will be inquiring further on Monday.

What’s up for your first West Seattle Saturday of 2020

January 4, 2020 6:07 am
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 |   West Seattle news | WS miscellaneous

(Dark-eyed Junco, photographed by Mark Wangerin)

Welcome to the first day of the first weekend of the first year of the ’20s! First, a traffic reminder:

35TH/ALASKA INTERSECTION CLOSURE: Second day of this scheduled three-day closure – remember that if you’re heading south on 35th, you’ll be detoured at Morgan unless you live in the area. Full detour detalls are in this Thursday preview.

Now, highlights from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

‘GET FIT, WEST SEATTLE’ KICKOFF RUN: Be at West Seattle Runner (WSB sponsor) for the first run in a free training program to get you from couch to half-marathon! (2743 California SW)

RACING PIGEON CLUB SHOW: Organizers say all are welcome at this event at the White Center Eagles‘ HQ, with bird registration at 9:30, judging at 10:30 am, talks at 11:30 am. (10452 15th SW)

FAMILY READING TIME: 11 am at Paper Boat Booksellers. Free. (6040 California SW)

WEST SEATTLE MEANINGFUL MOVIES:’Three videos about climate change – all welcome. Doors at Neighborhood House High Point open at 6:30, screening at 7 pm. Free, though donations are always welcome. More info in our calendar listing. (6400 Sylvan Way SW)

PUGET SOUND MEDICINE SHOW: 7-9 pm at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), “a trio bringing a mix of blues, folksy tunes, and rock and roll to life on guitar, ukulele, bass uke, mandolin, harmonica, and other instruments.” No cover. All ages. (5612 California SW)

AT THE PACIFIC ROOM: Clipper Anderson Quartet, live jazz, 8-10 pm at the Pacific Room (WSB sponsor) on Alki. Cover info here. (2808 Alki SW)

LOOK FURTHER INTO THE FUTURE … with our complete calendar!