Talk about keeping it local! Mayor Mike McGinn has introduced a new concept – Only in Seattle Sundays. And kicking off the first shop and eat local Sunday of discounts and fun is the troll dwelling, art friendly neighborhood of Fremont.
For eight-weeks each summer Seattle’s premier festival includes over 75 events and reaches nearly two million people. Now in its 63rd year, Seafair has been connecting and celebrating the community spirit of Greater Seattle. Here’s what’s happening July 1 – 7!
The Kentucky Derby is about to get underway in early May. You can don a wide-brimmed hat, and head out to one of these Seattle area restaurants for Kentucky’s favorite spring cocktail, the Mint Julep.
A 21-year-old woman who recently moved to Seattle from Albuquerque, N.M., remains in critical condition Wednesday after she was shot in the face in a drive-by shooting.
Ready to party on the dance floor? The music, lights and rhythms at these 21+ Seattle hot spots get you moving, even on a week night.
Do you like to be spooked? It’s the perfect time of year to think about ghosts. Why not take one of Seattle’s walking or bus ghost tours this Halloween season? Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square and Capitol Hill are just a few of the places where the paranormal has happened.
Don’t let these Seattle summer lunchtimes and evenings go to waste. Enjoy an outdoor concert at a location near you. There are many to choose from!
When Italian food is on your mind, you want a great glass of wine, and a place where the ambiance and food meet your expectations, and then some. Here are a few of the best Italian restaurants Seattle has to offer.