The world’s largest tunneling machine is sinking its teeth into the soil under downtown Seattle.
Gather your friends and family around an elegant table on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day for a lovely and relaxing meal. Many prix fixe dinners are available at some of Puget Sound’s most desired restaurants.
Trick-or-treating options abound this Halloween season! Bundle up your little witches, ghosts and super heroes and head out to one of these fun, safe and family-friendly activities!
A state study suggests that even a modest toll would result in traffic diverting away from a tunnel on the Seattle waterfront onto city streets. But the state could meet the $200 million it is contributing to the $3.2 billion replacement project for the aging, earthquake-vulnerable viaduct. The tolls would also pay for maintenance.
The big dig along the downtown waterfront intended for the traffic tunnel replacing the Alaskan Way Viaduct could also displace scores of rats and cockroaches.
On Friday, August 24, you’re invited to celebrate The Edgewater Hotel’s 50th birthday during the Eight Days A Week Beatles Party.
Seattle Hempfest started out in 1991 as a humble little gathering and has grown into one of the most sophisticated cannabis policy reform events in the world. This year, the 3-day festival will be open to the public on Friday, August 17 through Sunday, August 19 at Seattle’s Myrtle Edwards Park.
Seafair’s planes, hydroplanes and ships, festivals of culture, art shows, fairs and renaissance theatre! Here’s what makes being in Seattle the first weekend in August so great!
It’s the annual Parade of Ships and Flight on Wednesday, August 1 on Elliott Bay as Seafair’s Fleet Week kicks off a stellar week of Navy boat tours and Boeing’s Maritime Celebration!
With a nod to July’s National Hot Dog Month (and National Hot Dog Day on July 22) we went in search of the best hot dogs in Seattle. And we have some nationally recognized hot dog restaurants! Here are some of our favorites.