Journey to Georgetown

Tucked between I-5 and the Duwamish waterway, hemmed in by industrial neighbors is the hip little neighborhood of Georgetown. As the first sentence on the home page of the Georgetown Neighborhood website reminds us, “Georgetown is Seattle’s oldest continually-settled neighborhood.” Georgetown is tiny, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in energy…. Read More

Columbia City Redux

Built in 1910, the Columbia City Theater was then a vaudeville house. Now a dinner theater (food is available at the attached bar or next door at Tutta Bella, and can be brought into the theater), the venue hosts cabarets, benefits, karaoke, live music, and puppet operas. The glove factory down the street, built in… Read More