Though a deal has been inked (officially announced Monday) on an agreement for the Sacramento Kings owners The Maloof Family to sell a controlling interest of the team to a Seattle group headed by hedge […]
The Superior Court lawsuit contends that Seattle and King County, working with investor Chris Hansen, have approved an agreement to build the arena in an industrial area south of downtown without first completing a required environmental review.
The King County Council and the Seattle City Council have given their final approval to an agreement to build a new professional basketball and hockey arena in the city.
The Longshore Union has announced its intent to file a legal challenge to the proposed basketball arena in the industrial area south of downtown Seattle.
Sonics fans and Arena supporters! In light of the City Council’s approval of Chris Hansen’s new arena project, Hansen is inviting you to Pioneer Square tonight for a free beer to celebrate!
This Wednesday and Thursday, August 8 and 9, it’s the NW Distillery and Cocktail Festival at Sodo Park. The Northwest Distillery and Cocktail Festival presents the largest gathering of distillers, cocktail enthusiasts and mixologists in the state of Washington. You’ll find the finest in artisanal spirits and craft bartending in the NW region.
Droves of supporters for a proposed new arena that could bring back the NBA to Seattle turned out at a public forum put on by the Seattle City Council and King County Council.
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!
Chris Hansen has plenty of things he could be doing instead of standing before politicians to explain his plan for a half-billion dollar arena that could someday see the NBA return to Seattle.
Wanting to move to a salsa beat? Seattle offers a vast array of nightlife venues with a Latin flair, from clubs that are extremely casual to ones you dress to the nines to visit. Here are five of the best places to do so in Seattle.