Seems in days gone by, everyone wanted a good barber, a good bakery and a good butcher. Remember Sam from the Brady Bunch? Now that was service with a smile. Today in Seattle, you can still find that friendly service, with quality meats and a nod towards being local, organic and sustainable, too.
The Seattle Golf & Travel Show is the largest consumer golf show on the west coast with over 200 exhibitors, manufacturer’s representatives and demonstrators. It will be at the CenturyLink Field Event Center from Friday, February 10 through Sunday, February 12.
Stand up for heart health with Macy’s & save during the Wear Red Sale! Now through February 5, get an extra 20% off when you wear red to any Macy’s or purchase a $2 Red Dress pin. All pin sales will benefit the American Heart Association.
Just because it’s wintertime, doesn’t mean you can’t get farm-fresh produce, organic meats, eggs and baked goods. Here are some of our favorite year-round farmer’s markets.
Shop local, shop small. You can do your part this weekend to stir the economy, help local businesses and be green!
This award-winning documentary by Lisa Gilman, is about the veteran-run anti-war coffee house, Coffee Strong outside of Fort Lewis.
Shopping just got a whole lot sweeter in the Seattle area, with home goods, decor, technology, outerwear and tasty treats!
You know Habitat for Humanity as a non-profit that builds affordable homes for people. Now, it’s a place where you can shop for new and gently used furniture and home decor!