Here’s a roundup of recent business and other news.
Istanbul Kebab has opened in the space formerly occupied by Pita Grill and King Falafel, at 8317 Greenwood Ave. N. (Thanks to Lauralee for the tip and photo!)
418 Public House (formerly the Reading Gaol), at 418 NW 65th St., is now open to people under the age of 21 until 8 p.m., and even has a kids menu. A Phinney Ridge resident tells us that 418 serves excellent Mexican food, and has a selection of rotating taps.
The Greenwood Senior Center is having a special early Valentine’s Day luncheon featuring the Cornucopia Band, at 12 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10. Cost is $5, plus a donation for the Greenwood Food Bank. RSVP at 206-297-0875.
826 Seattle, a nonprofit writing and tutoring center at 8414 Greenwood Ave. N., is getting ready for its winter/spring workshop season.
We will be offering a wide range of Saturday and school holiday creative writing workshops for students between the ages of 7 and 18.
Our innovative workshop leaders have created a host of dynamic workshops, from fairytale riffs to rock music reporting, faux travelogues to found poetry, graphic illustrating to persuasive writing, and more!
There’s something for everyone, so sign up here and get inspired. We guarantee your imagination will be stretched well beyond what you thought were its furthest limits.