Hundreds of cans of Mountain Dew spilled in the street when a truck carrying the soda was split apart in a collision Friday with a Sound Transit train in south Seattle.
It’s the 75th anniversary of National Doughnut Day on Friday, June 1! Pop in to one of these Seattle area doughnut shops for specials, free treats and more!
The latest multi-disciplinary project by Marc Bamuthi Joseph is a vibrant performance of dance, music, film and poetic text. red, black & GREEN: a blues is hoped to spark discussion about racism, social ecology and collective responsibility. It runs through June 2.
From scaly reptiles to festivals to the new LeMay American Car Museum’s grand opening, there’s plenty to help kick off the month of June in Puget Sound!
Ready to go fly a kite in Ocean Shores? Put on a kilt at the Bellingham Highland Games? Whoop and holler at a rodeo in Rosalia? There’s a whole lot of fun happening in WA this weekend. Take the kids out of town and have a great time!
The Geer Planetarium at Bellevue College is the only community college planetarium in Washington state. It has a state-of-the art Digistar 3 projector, accurately reproducing the night sky at any time of year within 900 light years of the sun. And they are offering a special spring show called New Horizons, and a chance for you to view the sky in 3-D!