Cars, quilts, crafts and art, nature hikes and holiday fun. Fall is bursting with colorful leaves and family fun in Puget Sound. Here are some of our favorite weekend activities.
The race is on to be first in line for this year’s best deals on holiday gifts: Black Friday is almost here. Every year, the stores open earlier in the wee hours of the morning, some even open at midnight after Thanksgiving Day, while other stores start the Black Friday sales on Turkey Day itself. If you’re going to get up that early (on a day off, no less), it is important to be prepared.
The holiday season has arrived and with it the efforts to find the perfect gifts for loved ones. As the hunt for gifts gets going, so does the dread of returning the thoughtful presents that are just not the right fit. Follow these tips to get through the season of returns.
Small Business Saturday is a day to celebrate the Shop Small movement to drive shoppers to local merchants across the US, and it’s coming on Saturday, November 24!
If you’re looking to shop local this holiday season, gift giving and giving back are fun and easy to do. Here are some Puget Sound companies that help you help others, while you enjoy the spirit of the season.
Come sip, sparkle and shop at a special benefit for the Seattle Symphony. There will be lovely appetizers, pop-up shops with all the season’s must-haves and live music to entertain. Here are the details.
It’s time to celebrate Scandinavia, emerging artists, great jazz, holidays and arts and crafts! Whether you want to shop, eat, create or admire, there’s something for you just a short drive from Seattle!
When you shop fair trade this holiday season, you purchase gifts that give twice. Promote justice in the world, fair wages and decent pay. Help others and give gifts with purpose this year! Here’s where to shop.
Get a jump start on your holiday shopping, or pick up an extra sweater or pair of shoes to get you through the fall. It’s Nordstrom’s Half Yearly Sale for Women and Kids starting Thursday, November 1.
Redmond based Microsoft Corp. is releasing a new version of its Windows operating system, one designed to make desktop and laptop computers work more like tablets. There will be several ways to get it — or avoid it.