Get a new coat or sweater for the holidays? If you are clearing out your closet, you might consider making a donation to one of these local winter drives. Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive, Buffalo Exchange drive and Sleep Country pajama drive, all benefit local charities.
The University of Washington’s libraries are checking for bedbugs after some of the little blood-suckers were found making a home in some architecture books.
Seattle police have arrested a man accused of shooting at the windows of two businesses in the city’s University District. No one was injured Monday.
Care to shop fresh and local this winter? Some farmer’s markets in Puget Sound stay open year round, and others are open during the holidays with the freshest and best ingredients to make sure your holidays are healthy and bright!
Get the girlfriends together for University Villages’ Holidate extravaganza! An opportunity for you to shop the stores you love at Seattle’s University Village, plus give back to Seattle’s Ronald McDonald House, to help children being treated at Seattle Children’s and their families.
Saturday, October 13 is National Costume Swap Day for kids! There are some local places helping you donate your ‘old’ costumes and find ‘new’ ones! Plus great vintage shops with swaps for moms and dads, too!
Some great new shops and restaurants are open or will be opening soon at the University Village in Seattle! Take a peek.
With a new floor, freshly painted walls and the busy chatter of customers, Cafe Racer re-opened on Friday — seven weeks after a gunman killed four people inside in one of Seattle’s worst mass shootings.
A gunman opened fire at a Seattle cafe on Wednesday, killing two people, critically wounding three others and setting off a manhunt that forced officials to close nearby schools, authorities said. One of those critically wounded has died at Harborview. Police searching for the suspect also had to respond to another fatal shooting near the city’s downtown. They say a man killed a woman in an apparent carjacking and fled in a black SUV into a West Seattle neighborhood.
Ready for May’s Bike Month? If you want to get cycle (and summer) ready, head to one of these Puget Sound drop-in cycling classes and spin your way to a better health!