1990s memory album

As you can see, the 90’s were a fun time around here — add your memories to the mix!

1992: HAPPY NEW YEAR’S TRADITION!

Seattle rang in 1992 with the first-ever New Year’s Eve fireworks celebration to be launched from the Space Needle — an event that’s become a favorite annual tradition in the Pacific Northwest. A symbol that’s both futuristic and optimistic, the Needle is the perfect place to be at midnight. The event has “caught the imagination of locals and people outside of Seattle, and has helped us become the Times Square of the West,” according to the Space Needle’s Jeffrey Wright.

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you've got to be kidding!  [View]
Special lunch for a 10 y/o boy.  [View]
Friends from New England & the Blue Angels  [View]
Fateful Painting  [View]
1999: “LOOK MA, WE’RE A LANDMARK!”  [View]
The Space Needle's own "Halo Man" performs comedy for observation deck visitors, 1994  [View]
After winning the 1992 Rose Bowl, the Huskies colors and logo were added to the Space Needle's roof.  [View]
Vanna White helped to turn the Space Needle into a "Wheel of Fortune" in the 90s.  [View]
The Space Needle was proud to be included in the Sonics logos and is now featured in the Seattle Storm logo.  [View]
After the Wheedle, Sneedle became the Space Needle's mascot in the mid to late 90s.  [View]
1992: HAPPY NEW YEAR’S TRADITION!  [View]
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