Phinney Folly A newer addition to the neighborhood. A local metal artist created this from scrapes with pot-lid center point. While he was explaining his work of art and sharing that he hopes to power his hot tub with (good luck on that one, we are in a bit of a wind shadow on the […]

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Phinney/Greenwood Art up and Chow Down It’s approaching that time of year again. The large annual Art Walk. Also known as “The Big One“. Every May the PhinneyWood or as some call it, “Phinney/Greenwood” neighborhood have hosted this fun event. Most of the retail spaces and even some offices stay open on a Friday evening, […]

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Phinney Folly Special Edition: Snowpocolypse 2012 It was a beautiful snowy day today. It was supposed to start sleeting and raining according to local weathermen, but instead it’s been snowing most of the day. Not the kind of snow where you huddle inside because it’s so unpleasant outside. It’s the kind of gentle snow with […]

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  Welcome Ridgeback Cafe  There’s a brand new place to nosh on the Ridge.  Actually just west of the hill in an area some have called Lower Phinney, Ballard Gulch, or Stumbletown (named for the number of small bars and cafes in a rather small area about four blocks long).  Justin Taft, whose Georgetown’s Hanger Café […]

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Some Unusual or Interesting Neighborhood Expressions of Creativity. . . . .   An ongoing photo journal of some people’s ideas and expressions that make Phinney Ridge a vital and interesting neighborhood of Seattle. . . . . .   This home is in a part of North Seattle known by some as “Lower Phinney” just north […]

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