Want to get your New Year started with the most important meal of the day? A fabulous brunch, with all your comfort food favorites, is waiting for you on New Year’s Day, 2013!
Seattle police say a woman sought in a hit-run crash that injured two teenage girls outside a West Seattle high school has turned herself in.
The solstice is on its way! Whether the Mayan Calendar is right or not, plan to celebrate the first day of winter and the longest night of the year. Here are some of our favorite solstice events in Puget Sound.
Police say a woman intentionally struck two teenage girls with her car after an argument Wednesday outside Chief Sealth International High School in West Seattle.
HarperCollins announced Wednesday that the book is titled “Waiting to be Heard.” It will come out April 30, two months later than originally scheduled.
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!
Though the nights are longer in the Pacific Northwest during the holidays, the joy and childlike wonder of sparkly lights makes the night sky bright! Come out and enjoy one of these festive holiday traditions.
After last week’s controversial octopus capture in West Seattle, The state Fish and Wildlife Department is considering banning octopus hunting on some beaches.
Looking for a way to cut down on prep and cooking time, and enjoy your guests? Here are some great places where you can pick up a delicious holiday meal. Some even offer convenient online ordering!
Back and eager to please your palate, it’s Dine Around Seattle, Sundays through Thursdays, November 4 – 29, offering three-course dinners at some of Seattle’s top restaurants for only $30. Many of the same restaurants offer lunch for just $15.