MONDAY:

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At Town Hall, author and journalist Roger Lowenstein will explain the Anatomy of the Financial Collapse. (Downstairs at Town Hall; 1119 Eighth Avenue, 7:30 — 9pm, $5)

There's a design review meeting concerning the proposed demolition and replacement of the Washington Federal Savings & Loan building at 2020 Market Street. As you might guess from the groovy facade, this 1941 building was last remodeled in 1962. The proposal would replace this 7,000 square foot building...

The groovy old bank
  • The groovy old bank

...with this 9000 square foot building:

The proposed new bank
  • The proposed new bank
You can see the PDF of the plan here. While the city lists this as a historical site, this demolition will probably not be as contentious as that of the Ballard Denny's. (Meeting is at Ballard High School, 1418 NW 65th Street, 6:30 p.m.)

TUESDAY:

The Seattle Chapter of Drinking Liberally meets every Tuesday at the Montlake Ale House for a boozy lefty political discussion. (Montlake Ale House, 2307 24th Ave East, 8:00 p.m.)