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Seattle, Washington recent comments:

  • Remains of Cliff Houses, cjm (guest) wrote 1 year ago:
    It used to be a great little place to explore. I imagine local teenagers had a lot of fun times there. I think it's been closed off by the neighboring property owner.
  • Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), texiii wrote 1 year ago:
    Note: it actually covers 13 blocks, not the 6 blocks often cited in the news.
  • Amgen "Helix" campus, Satoshi (guest) wrote 2 years ago:
    Now Expedia Group campus
  • The H-Bar Coffee Shop, wu su (guest) wrote 2 years ago:
    Closed in 2018 - now a study area
  • Hospital of the former Fort Lawton, Carrie (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    I was born there in 1956 when dad was stationed at Sand Point
  • The Counterbalance, ^ An Englander (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    ^ it has indeed - at least as far as London, England :-)
  • Hospital of the former Fort Lawton, Cheryl Hollis(Maiden name: Adams (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    Hi, I was born at Ft Lawton on February 18, 1954. I hope to be able to see the area, museum, and Park one day. I was a young child when we moved to California.
  • The Counterbalance, ZiRT (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    Seems Frasier made the Counterbalance famous!
  • The Counterbalance, RD (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    Same here,just watching Frasier and decided to check it out! Now I know!
  • The Counterbalance, kim (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    found this out watching reruns of Frasier too. Love that show
  • Standard Goods, evan collins (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    gone - replaced by a hipster store called standard goods
  • Rosebud Cafe, evan collins (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    out of date - this is now st. johns - wikimapia is sorta becoming a relic of the 2000s internet age
  • Purr, evan collins (guest) wrote 3 years ago:
    gone now
  • Hospital of the former Fort Lawton, Claudia (guest) wrote 4 years ago:
    I struck up a conversation with a woman here in Seattle last year & somehow the conversation veered into the fact we were both born at Fort Lawton. So cool!
  • Hospital of the former Fort Lawton, Claudia (guest) wrote 4 years ago:
    My Dad was stationed in the Navy. I was born at Fort Lawton in July '52.
  • Hospital of the former Fort Lawton, Claudia (guest) wrote 4 years ago:
    I was born at Fort Lawton in '52. Dad was in the Navy.
  • 171 Lake Washington Boulevard East, Timothy (guest) wrote 4 years ago:
    Its pretty obvious you haven't done any serious research into Kurt Cobain's death. There exists a mountain of evidence collected by Tom Grant the PI hired by Courtney Love to find Kurt that points at foul play. Courtney acted very suspicious and seemed to be covering someones tracks so Tom couldn't find Kurt until ti was too late. She was playing cat & mouse with the guy. It was physically impossible for Kurt to shoot himself with the amount of Heroin that was injected into him. He would have passed out before pulling the trigger. Not to mention the trigger was too far away from his face to hit it. The shell that was ejected from the shotgun in his hand was facing the opposite direction from the extractor which is highly suspicious. For more details see the following article: http://i95rock.com/soaked-in-bleach-review-the-15-key-points-that-lead-to-kurt-cobains-murder/ I highly suggest you watch the documentary "Soaked in Bleach". Its a real eye opener.
  • North Beach Elementary School, Your name (guest) wrote 4 years ago:
    ha same
  • The Music Bank, Jaydee (guest) wrote 4 years ago:
    He doesn't have it.
  • North Beach Elementary School, Graeme (guest) wrote 4 years ago:
    I remember this, so nostalgic, K-3 for me