Simon & Schuster author Jennie Shortridge shares memories around Seattle that inspired her novel “Love Water Memory.”
Seattle’s Amazon.com definitely doesn’t consider our region to be grey and bleak — based of new sales figures from the company, the Pacific Northwest is home to three of the most romantic cities in the country.
It Gets Better is a music and theater production, presented by the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, in partnership with the UW Chorale, aimed at energizing community awareness and support around the issues of bullying and harassment.
In Seattle, Zombie Apocalypse Day will be observed on Sunday, January 27. You can learn about preparation and survival, or find a couple of runs to get your legs in shape before the zombies arrive.
Want to do something different this Valentine’s Day? Seattle’s got some of the most creative ideas for you and your date this February. From improv to cooking, creating your own “Ghost” moment at the pottery wheel to running in your underwear, your sweetie won’t say it’s the same old Valentine’s Day this time around!
Monday, January 21, 2013 is the second Presidential Inauguration for Barack Obama in Washington DC. Join in with your neighbors in Seattle and watch this American event that only happens once every four years!
Meet an Olympic athlete, a NASA astronaut, and a Nigerian writer during Seattle’s Black History Month. February, 2013 is filled with performances, films, lectures and art in celebration of our country’s African American heritage.
The Seattle area is host to some of the country’s biggest celebrations of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Plan to give back and do something good for your community, attend a celebration service, or take part in the MLK Jr. Day march and rally. Here are some of our favorite observances.
Elvis was born on January 8, 1935. Even after his passing in 1977, his music and personal style have lived on in America and around the world. Here in Seattle, you’re invited to remember and celebrate Elvis – from his favorite sweet treat to his favorite music to his visit to Seattle in 1962!
Dragons and castles and fairies, oh my! The new year brings the fun of the renaissance and medieval magic to Seattle. Here are some places and events you’ll want to visit!