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.
Arena investor Chris Hansen has been questioned by the Seattle City Council about his proposal for a new arena that could lead to the return of the NBA.
Port officials say placing a new sports arena in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood without significant transportation improvements would be a “job killer.”
The Port of Seattle, a business association, and the longshoremen union characterized a proposed new events arena in Seattle’s industrial district as a “land grab” that threatens jobs because it could increase traffic and land value.
If buttons, ribbons and trim are covering your Pinterest board, you might want to check out some of our favorite fabric stores in Seattle. If you want material for kitchen curtains, a new dress or throw pillows, here’s where to shop.
October might be breast cancer awareness month, but there are lots of events to help fundraise for breast cancer this spring. Celebrate the survivors in your life, or help raise money for a cure.
The venture capitalist who wants to build a sports arena to bring professional basketball back to Seattle will pay for a study to determine the impacts on traffic and parking following objections by his potential neighbor – the Seattle Mariners.
The Mariners sent a formal letter to the city of Seattle and King County officials on Tuesday opposing the idea of a new multipurpose arena in the same neighborhood as the Mariners home of Safeco Field. The letter was signed by Mariners chairman Howard Lincoln (pictured).