Grab your mom, your sisters and your girlfriends. It’s the first ever Eastside Women’s Show, taking place on Saturday, October 13. A spectacular event filled with shopping, women’s health and fitness, as well as socializing and networking opportunities for local businesses.
From walking a 5K to getting a spa treatment, the month of October has lots of activities for you when it comes to joining the fight against breast cancer. Here are some of our favorites.
Get a jump on back to school shopping at Seattle based Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale! All the looks and styles for fall at reduced prices and for a limited time!
Looking for a special gift that helps local companies and local nonprofits? Gifts like Heart 4 Hearts dolls, O Wines, Miir Water Bottles, glassybaby and Seattle Chocolates not only make great gifts, they give back locally and internationally to help those in need.
It’s time for that much anticipated sale! Shop Nordstrom’s biggest clearance event of the season.
Slip into your stilettos and grab your Sole Sisters for…Wine, Women & Shoes benefiting Seattle Children’s Home. Kick up your heels for this fantastic cause as you sip varietals from top winemakers. Savor delectable nibbles and shop the latest styles in a multi-designer marketplace!
A Seattle man has pleaded guilty to grabbing three women who were jogging in West Seattle’s Lincoln Park.
When you’re in a pinch for a manicure, pedicure or other spa service, there are some relaxing and trendy salons in Seattle that can give you quality service in a short amount of time. Whether you’ve got a presentation, a dinner or a vacation to look great for, here are some of our favorite spas in the Sound.
Seattle’s Queen Underwood won the most thrilling bout of the landmark tournament, held near Spokane, WA, weathering hundreds of punches from 19-year-old N’yteeyah Sherman before pulling out a 25-24 victory with a strong fourth round.
Seattle’s Queen Underwood and Christina Cruz both devoted their lives to boxing several years before women had any hope of Olympic glory. That opportunity arrives this week at the first U.S. Olympic team trials for women’s boxing outside of Spokane.