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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
There's a street in Wallingford called [[Woodland Park Avenue N]]. If you look at it on the edge in the right places, you can see where the road has worn thin, and you can see ''red brick'' beneath it. That is, there is old red brick beneath the road. In the early days of Seattle, many roads were paved with brick or cobblestones instead of pavement.
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There's a street in Wallingford called [[Woodland Park Avenue N]]. If you look at it on the edge in the right places, you can see where the road has worn thin, and you can see ''red brick'' beneath it. That is, there is old red brick beneath the road. In the early days of Seattle, many roads were paved with brick or cobblestones instead of pavement.
   
 
Wallingford has a small neighborhood paper. It originally was the North Central Outlook, which got combined with the University Herald. It is now known as the [[North Seattle Herald]] and can be viewed on-line at http://www.northseattleherald-outlook.com .
 
Wallingford has a small neighborhood paper. It originally was the North Central Outlook, which got combined with the University Herald. It is now known as the [[North Seattle Herald]] and can be viewed on-line at http://www.northseattleherald-outlook.com .
   
 
The original Food Giant flashes by in the opening credits of the film "Singles".
 
The original Food Giant flashes by in the opening credits of the film "Singles".
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Popular musician Dave Matthews currently resides in Wallingford.
   
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
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