Matt Hasselbeck barely had time to hear his name announced as the Tennessee Titans starting quarterback before he was watching his former team headed the other way for a touchdown.
Weird Al is continuing his Apocalypse Tour, which began in 2011, on the West Coast. He’ll be in Seattle for one night on Thursday, August 16, with his best repertoire of old and new hits.
It’s time for those yellow, fuzzy, juicy peaches! We’ve waited all year for peach cobbler, peach ice cream and peach pie! Washington grows some of the most delectable peach varieties, too! Whether it’s at the market or in the orchard, here are places you can go to pick a pail of peaches!
Seattle Hempfest started out in 1991 as a humble little gathering and has grown into one of the most sophisticated cannabis policy reform events in the world. This year, the 3-day festival will be open to the public on Friday, August 17 through Sunday, August 19 at Seattle’s Myrtle Edwards Park.
The Seattle Seahawks said Thursday they violated the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement by allowing Terrell Owens to practice in shoulder pads during his first on-field practice.
Seattle’s A Contemporary Theatre invites you to return to their second round of openings for The Pinter Festival! The cast will take on playwright Harold Pinter’s Old Times and No Man’s Land Saturday, August 18 through Sunday, August 26.
Just south of Seattle, there’s an open-air marketplace that is bursting with new eateries, a new salon, and outdoor seating around a gas burning fireplace. Look what’s new at Kent Station!
Washington Supreme Court Justices Susan Owens and Steve Gonzalez easily retained their seats in Tuesday’s primary, while Seattle appeals lawyer Sheryl Gordon McCloud and former Justice Richard Sanders were leading a crowded field seeking to replace the retiring Tom Chambers.
Former Microsoft executive Suzan DelBene emerged from a caustic and costly primary campaign Tuesday, vanquishing a slate of other Democrats with a flood of advertisements funded in part by her own wealth.
Republican Attorney General Rob McKenna and Democratic former U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee advanced through Washington state’s primary Tuesday night and will face each other on the November ballot for governor.