Western Washington's own Austin Jenckes has made it to the top 12 on NBC's "The Voice" last week, which allowed him to perform an incredible rendition of Travis Tritt's "It's A Great Day to Be Alive" for the judges -- and the audience.
Veteran and former Belltown blogger David Nelson has spent the last four years talking to area businesses in an attempt to expand his ever-growing list of freebies and promotions for vets, as a way to thank them for their service and celebrate their dedication. This year, his list is the biggest it's ever been, with 80 businesses participating.
For the 30th year in a row, Seattle's Goodwill warehouse will throw open its doors for two days of glitz, glamour...and clamoring for the best deals on designer duds. This weekend marks the 30th Annual Goodwill Glitter Sale, a seasonal event that benefits Goodwill's free job training and education program.
Ready for the weekend? Of course you are. But before you make dinner plans, check in to see what new hot spots are opening -- and which have closed up shop.
When its owner abruptly shuttered the Comet Tavern last month, the iconic Capitol Hill dive bar and music venue faced an uncertain future. And while several parties expressed interest and even bid to lease the space, an announcement today stated that nightlife duo Dave Meinert and Jason Lajeunesse have taken it over.
Seattle-based all-female surf rock group La Luz was involved in a serious accident last night, according to their record label, Hardly Art. The band not only sustained injuries, the label says, but also totaled their van and damaged their equipment. The band was returning to Seattle to play a sold-out homecoming show at Neumos on Capitol Hill.
If you ask Barsuk president and co-founder Josh Rosenfeld if this is how he thought it'd all turn out, his answer is a resounding "No."
Can't make it to the ballet as often as you want? Downtown workers can still get some culture with a free preview of "KYLIAN + PITE" today at the central branch of the Seattle Public Library.
It wouldn't be an awards show in 2013 if Seattle hip-hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis didn't walk away with at least on new accolade.
Seattle isn't the oldest city on the West Coast, but with a history as sordid as this town's, it's no surprise that there are plenty of stories about spooky activity.
This back to basics comic show is a one day celebration of comics and gaming. Fans can enjoy thousands of comic books and toys, costume contests, and the chance to meet and talk with 100 comic book creators. This will be the first comic book convention in Tacoma in 16 years.