Health officials say a sick bat found this week on a Seattle public beach was tested and found to have rabies. They urged anyone whose child or pet had any contact with the bat on Sunday or Monday to contact the local health department for guidance.
A dreamy, steamy cup of chocolate bliss can perk you up on a wet and windy Seattle day. Why not pop into one of these delightful cafés and get a sweet pick-me-up?
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.
If you’re kids are getting bigger, but your wallet is not, perhaps a consignment store is the way to go. Saving you money, and still offering the brand names that kids know and love, shopping can be fun for everyone! Plus you can bring in your kids’ outgrown items for cash or credit. Here are some of our favorites.
Bastille Day is a French national holiday, but we in the Pacific Northwest like to celebrate, too! What a great day to enjoy food, chocolate, wine, French culture and much more! Here are some of our favorite Bastille Day celebrations.
Ooo la la! Flaky, buttery croissants, baguettes, tarts and macaroons! Dessert lovers and francophiles, here are the best Seattle has in French patisseries!
There are plenty of walks and runs benefitting great charities in June. Get outside and help beat cancer, raise money for animals or show your pride! Here are some of our favorites.
Seattle tapas (small plates) restaurants are intimate and cozy, but packed full of flavor. Inspired by Spanish, Mexican and Italian culture and food, stop in for happy hour or dinner with friends.
Take a walk through one of these lovely Seattle neighborhoods this summer, and pick up some amazing bargains! How fun that shopping, summer and sales go together so well!
Saturday, May 7 is the day for big hats and mint juleps. And we don’t even have to be in Kentucky to celebrate.