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Sorry for the rash of clothing posts that have been appearing on Eastlake Ave. this weekend. We've become the target of some very persistent spammers.
We're deleting the offending posts and comments as they appear. Thanks for your patience.
The date slipped past me a couple of weeks ago: the Eastlake Ave. blog turned 1 year old on April 3! Happy birthday!
Who knew when we put up that first post that we'd still be here a year later? And who knew how appreciative Eastlake folks would be of the blog and it's coverage of the neighborhood?
Personally, the last year has been one of the best ever. This is the third time I've lived in Eastlake (since 2000 on this round). I've been on a houseboat, in an apartment with roommates and now in a condo on Franklin. I lived here but I didn't really know the neighborhood.
The blog changed all of that.
I've learned more about Eastlake in the last year, and met more people who live here, than I did in the many years before. I'm proud to call many of you "friends."
Eastlake may be one of Seattle's smallest neighborhoods but it has the best neighbors and biggest spirit in the city. Anyone who thinks Seattle is aloof and unfriendly should move to Eastlake and spend some time getting to know the place. There's a...
Eastlake Ave. blog's second-ever meetup is Saturday at 3 p.m. at Voxx Coffee, 2245 Eastlake Ave. E.
No agenda for this. Just show up, hang out, have some coffee and talk about whatever moves us. Could be Eastlake issues or maybe we'll find a path to world (or just inner) peace.
I'll be the guy with the double tall latte and the MacBook Pro. See you Saturday!
We did one of these last fall and it was lots of fun. TIme for another!
Anyone who lives in Eastlake is welcome to the Eastlake Ave. blog's second-ever meetup. We'll gather this coming Saturday, April 3, at 3 p.m. at Voxx Coffee, 2245 Eastlake Ave. E. I'll be the guy with the latte and the MacBook Pro.
There's no set agenda for this. Just show up and let's talk! See you Saturday!
The Times project, sponsored by J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism (its press release is here), which is funded by the Knight Foundation, began in August with partnerships with five leading Seattle blogs:
In addition to Eastlake Ave., the new sites joining the partnership are:
In its story last August announcing the project, the Times said the goals were:
I'm very excited and extremely pleased to welcome Eastlake Ave. Blog's first advertiser: Ruby Condos.
Thanks, Ruby, for joining up with Eastlake Ave. and Neighborlogs!
Ruby features one-bedroom apartment homes, all with views of Lake Union. There's underground parking, a courtyard just above the street, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops in the kitchen, 9-foot ceilings and much more. Best news: All the remaining units are priced under $299,500 (prices start at $279,500).
For more information, click on Ruby's ad at the top of our home page.
If you're an Eastlake business, or a business that might appeal to Eastlake residents, I'd like to recommend advertising with us. It's easy and inexpensive. You'll be reaching an audience that lives in, works in and cares about the Eastlake neighborhood. What could be better than that?