News blog for Seattle's Fremont neighborhood

 

What’s New, Fremont? Taiji, Soup, Mulching & More…

September 21st, 2011 by Sean Keeley

A look around the neighborhood to catch some of the stories falling through the cracks…

Friends of Fremont Peak Park are hosting a work party on Sunday, October 2nd from 10 am to 1 pm. Get ready to do a little planting, a little weeding and some mulching (as well as having some fun). RSVP to info@FremontPeakPark.org.

The Korner Kitchen checked in to let us know that their Fall/Winter menu will include Baked Potato Soup, Vegetarian Chili, Corn Chowder, Tomato Basil, White Chicken Chili, Red Chili, Southwest Chicken Fiesta, Country Mushroom & Sour Cream.

Incoming cookbook store The Book Larder gets previewed in the Seattle Weekly this week.

Eng3, a company that has developed new ways to improve how the human body responds to damage from free radical buildup, has recently moved into a facility near Fremont (4041 Roosevelt Way NE). Go say hi sometime.

Karin Collins Taijiquan & Qigong has a ton of new classes going on, including Balancing the Heart Qigong class, the Beginning Yang Style Long or Short Form class or the Taiji Workout—a great way to cross-train, work out & meditate all in one. Also, check out this video of their recent Taiji Retreat in Bandon, OR.

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Goodbye Nana’s Soup House, Hello Korner Kitchen

April 8th, 2011 by Sean Keeley

The building still looks like Nana’s Soup House. The menu still looks like Nana’s Soup House’s menu. The interior still looks like Nana’s Soup House’s interior.

But it ain’t Nana’s Soup House anymore. It’s Korner Kitchen!

Under new management, the baked potato and soup purveyor has merely changed names. New owners Yen Khong & Jia Zeng won’t be altering anything else about the local favorite.

You can continue to visit the Nana’s website for menus, ordering and any other information.

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