Just in time for Christmas, Seattle-based Amazon is launching a subscription service for children’s games, videos and books aimed at getting more kids to use its Kindle Fire tablet devices.
Seattle-based Amazon.com Inc. has launched a new service to help schools and workplaces manage Kindles used by students and employees — sending out e-books or blocking certain types of activities, for example.
Arts, antiques, great food, Russian culture, amazing jazz, a day for women and more! It’s the weekend in Puget Sound. Ready? Set? Go!
Looking for a good mystery or crime novel? Seattle has had it’s share of headline-making news when it comes to crime, and we have the authors to tell the stories. Here are some of our favorites.
Seattle breeds and breaths creativity as its citizens produce some of the most stellar art that the inland Northwest has to offer, and literature is no exception. These are the top five must-read books to come out of Seattle within the past seventy-years, so give them a read because you will not be disappointed.
Whether it’s tulips, a wine festival, or a love for all things literary, you and your family can have a great weekend just a short drive from Seattle.
According to Amazon.com, Seattle has purchased more Hunger Games books than nearly any other US city. To celebrate, Seattle-based Amazon is giving away the Hunger Games book trilogy and a Kindle Fire in a sweepstakes this weekend.
From twinkling holiday lights, to cozy quilts, arts and crafts and charity walks, there’s many things you can do around the Sound this weekend.
On Saturday, August 20, from 10am to 5 pm The West Seattle Junction is transforming into the Wild West for a rooting tooting good time. It’s their Big Bonanza of sales – specials on a wide range of goods and services and a high noon community water fight. Bring the kids, and shop for them, and you!
Want to keep the kids reading this summer? Need to find a college textbook? Whatever your need, there are some wonderful independently run bookstores in Seattle that can help.