Salmon Bay School in Ballard is making changes to its security procedures after a drunk man entered the school and was found in the boy’s bathroom Tuesday morning.
Like getting your hands dirty? Want to learn a new art form? Pottery classes, for adults and kids, include making clay, learning to use a pottery wheel, sculpting and handbuilding. Check out some of these great studios!
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.
Bon mardi gras! It’s time to celebrate Fat Tuesday in Seattle! Get your masquerade costume ready, put on your dancing shoes and get ready for a terrific party! Here are some of our favorites.
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!
Gather your friends and family around an elegant table on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day for a lovely and relaxing meal. Many prix fixe dinners are available at some of Puget Sound’s most desired restaurants.
The Washington Beer Commission’s 2012 Winter Beer Festival will showcase a variety of winter seasonals from 32 Washington breweries. Once again, this year’s lineup will include dark malty stouts, robust winter warmers, barrel-aged gems and many more.
The fire that broke out early Friday morning on a 50-foot commercial fishing boat moored at Fishermen’s Terminal in Seattle was caused by a faulty electrical outlet in the galley.
Looking for a way to cut down on prep and cooking time, and enjoy your guests? Here are some great places where you can pick up a delicious holiday meal. Some even offer convenient online ordering!
Back and eager to please your palate, it’s Dine Around Seattle, Sundays through Thursdays, November 4 – 29, offering three-course dinners at some of Seattle’s top restaurants for only $30. Many of the same restaurants offer lunch for just $15.