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Every good city needs a good metaphysical bookstore.

S., although there are undoubtedly some, who did not frequent the Capitol Hill establishment, who refer to the latter as "Andy's."Seen as Columbia Billards in a 1937 PSRA image, the one story wood frame building in the Landmark District of Columbia City over the years housed various drinking establishments including The Boar's Nest, The Pink Poodle, and until its destruction in 2013 Angie's Tavern, the local watering hole sometimes referred to as "a diamond in the rough." Earlier seemingly simpler times in Columbia City are missed by some, as the historic business core converts to multi story new developments and the residential density the City of Seattle now demands.“The entrance—or exit—into the Black & Tan, they had the main door on 12th Avenue, that was where the main entrance was, but you went around the corner on Jackson there was another entrance, but it wasn’t used other than after hours or, there was one day we were told to meet up at Art’s Ten-Cent Store…But they said, ‘Okay, well just go on down, go down those steps and that’ll take you to the Black & Tan,’ it was like ‘Wow, there’s another door?

’ All those years, I had been performing at the Black & Tan and they had never knew that there was an exit through Art’s Ten-Cent Store.” -Kibibi Monié, in an interview with Ghosts of Seattle Past"It is strange to me that you can go into a room and learn so much of what may happen, and why, and then that place disappears.

So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.

The places submitted as memories to the Ghosts of Seattle Past will also be turned into a series of hand-drawn maps of the city featuring the venues, shops, restaurants, galleries, and gathering sites that haunt our hearts.

Keep in mind, this section is just for tracking the places lost along with a brief description.

Stories, memories, etc should be submitted to The Anthology.

You don’t need to hang around West Seattle too long to hear people mentioning the Homestead and wondering when it’ll be back open.

“I was eight years old when we moved [the obelisk]. I wrote something about the pioneers coming here and drew a picture of pioneers and Indians, I guess. But my contribution was chosen to go into the time capsule…The day that they dedicated it, they had a huge ceremony there…Every child in West Seattle from the schools was there.

All over the promenade and up the back streets—just a huge crowd.

There must have been thousands of people.” - Merrilee Hagen, in an interview with Ghosts of Seattle Past From Shares top honors along with the Dog House on the list of Seattle's dead diners.

Andy's was for years and years the main gathering place for, and the spiritual center of, Capitol Hill.

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