Not Without Salt Opens At 3rd & 65th

New Business Alert!

Not Without Salt Food Blogger, Ashley Rodriguez has set up shop in Ballard’s West Woodland neighborhood at 6256 3rd Ave NW, next to Saltbox Designs, in the building most recently occupied Hairstream and Boot Girl.

You’ll be able to buy Not Without Salt products at the new retail location, as well as a few of Rodriguez’s favorite things such as Opinel knives, aprons, and wooden utensils.  Full story from Seattle Refinedhttp://seattlerefined.com/lifestyle/not-without-salt-arrives-in-ballard

Find Not Without Salt online at http://notwithoutsalt.com/.

Welcome to the neighborhood!

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Interior photo of Not Without Salt, courtesy Not Without Salt Facebook page.

 

Indigenous Foods Pop Up At Joli

JOLI LOGO Ballard West WoodlandHappening at Joli on Sunday, November 12: An unforgettable night of Native foods, craft-cocktails, and entertainment.

This event is one-night-only, and will include passed appetizers, cocktails, a silent auction, and feature words from Abigail Echo-Hawk on the importance of Indigenous foods.

Indigenous chef’s Hillel Echo-Hawk and Brit Reed bring you this unique event as a part of the I-Collective’s fundraising efforts for their first ever NYC popup event. All proceeds will be used to fund Hillel and Brit’s trip to the NYC I-Collective popup. To find out more about the I-Collective and the NYC Popup, please go to their event page here: https://www.facebook.com/ICollective/

Where: Joli, 7th and 65th NW
When: 6:00 pm
Cost: $75 per ticket, with a cash bar
RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/indigenous-foods-pop-up-tickets-39628896095

Joli is located at 618 NW 65th Street in Ballard’s West Woodland neighborhood.

Man Critical After Being Set On Fire Near 45th & Leary

Update 11/8/17:

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Detectives are searching for 31 -year-old Christopher Burrus for the assault of a 39-year-old man Tuesday evening. Detectives believe Burrus doused the victim with a flammable liquid before setting him on fire.

If you know where police can find Burrus, please call 911 immediately and do not approach him. Detectives are asking you to call the homicide/assault tip line at (206)233-5000 if you have any information regarding this case.

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Written by Detective Patrick Michaud, Seattle Police Department, on November 7, 2017 9:47 pm

Homicide detectives are searching for a man after he set someone on fire in the Fremont neighborhood.

A passerby called 911 just after 7 p.m. Tuesday when he spotted a man on fire in the 4500 block of Leary Way NW. He extinguished the flames while waiting for first responders. Seattle Fire medics arrived and took the victim to Harborview Medical Center where he is currently in critical condition.

Seattle Police Homicide/Assault detectives are currently searching for a male suspect and his girlfriend.

This is an active case and the details will be updated as we get more information from detectives. If you have any information regarding this case, please call the homicide/assault tip line at (206)233-5000.

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