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The Beardslee Public House, despite its size and location on the side of a hill off I-405 in Bothell, certainly has something of a traditional "pub" atmosphere. Though the ceilings are high and the space is expansive, the walls and floors are warmly designed with autumn colors. Diners are able to sit comfortably and relax at booths and tables long enough and wide enough to seat King Arthur's court.
Community Events, May 2016
The viaduct is shut dow! Traffic is awful! | Cartoon for May 2
With the long, warm, sunny days of summer ahead, tens of thousands of Americans nationwide will spend their days outside. However, with electronic media use at an all-time high, the 12,484 eight to 18 year-old kids in the Bothell/Kenmore area may be sitting on a couch with their attention on a screen. A Kaiser Family Foundation survey discovered that within this age group, children spend a daily average of seven hours and 38 minutes using electronic media; this calculates to 53 hours per week.
Seattle and Tacoma are testing for lead in the drinking water | Cartoon for April 25
Symbols of Seattle, Renton and Skyway | Cartoon for April 21