City of Redmond rolls out new music program

City of Redmond rolls out new music program
Image via the City of Redmond

Summer is traditionally the season of free, family-friendly musical events in Pacific Northwest, but the City of Redmond is upping the arts game with a new music series that's taking over government buildings, private apartment complexes and even the VALA Arts Center. 

Photos: Carly Rae Jepsen does the Puyallup

Photos: Carly Rae Jepsen does the Puyallup
Carly Rae Jepsen played before a crowd of screaming fans at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup, WA. She played her 2012 chart topping hit, "Call Me Maybe" and other hits from her album, "Kiss." September 20th 2013. (Joshua Lewis)

Photos: Seattle gets creative for PARK(ing) Day

Photos: Seattle gets creative for PARK(ing) Day
PARK(ing) Day happens once a year, on the third Friday in September, and is an opportunity for any Seattleite to temporarily make parking spaces into parks. The event raises awareness about important issues like creating a walkable, livable, healthy city. September 20th 2013. (Joshua Lewis / KOMO News)

Video: More life advice from Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

Seattle hip-hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have recently been dropping knowledge bombs for Cracker Jack. So far, they've taught us how to hold a cat, how to clean the tires of a Cadillac, and how to remove lint. But in a pair of videos released yesterday, they get downright domestic as they learn how to iron a shirt and how to call mom. 

Photos: Downtown Seattle rocks the runway

Photos: Downtown Seattle rocks the runway
The Seattle Met held, "Downtown Seattle Rocks the Runway" at Pacific Place in Seattle, WA. The show featured a runway show with outfits provided by Nordstrom, Free People, Macy's, Mario's, Columbia, MOMO Japantown, and more. September 18th 2013. (Joshua Lewis / KOMO News)

Sunday's Seahawks game tops attendance, viewing records

Sunday's Seahawks game tops attendance, viewing records
Despite rain, thunderstorms and a weather delay, the 12th Man showed up big in the Seahawks win over the San Francisco 49ers. While cheering on the Seahawks the 12th man also officially set the Guinness World Record for loudest fans. September 16th 2013. (Joshua Lewis / KOMO News)

If you watched Marshawn Lynch casually stroll into the end zone on Sunday night, you weren't alone -- in addition to the record number of fans for a Hawks game at CenturyLink Field, the game also netted the most at-home viewers of any prime-time NFL regular-season game on the West Coast in 22 years.

Rainier Brewery to get a taste of history as Tully's 'T' is set to come down

rainier R brewery sign
[Image by Flickr user Wonderlane]

A change is coming to the South Seattle skyline, but rather than a brand-new sight, the drivers on I-5 can expect to see a familiar sign. As part of the purchase of Tully's, new co-chairman and partial owner Michael Avenatti has announced that the big green "T" on top of the old Rainier Brewery will be coming down -- and it'll be replaced by that iconic red "R."

Bummer: Bill Nye did not exactly blind the 'DWTS' judges with science

Former Seattle resident and "Almost Live" cast-member Bill Nye understands that inertia is a property of matter -- but the Science Guy couldn't quite convert that information into a solid dance performance on last night's debut of "Dancing With the Stars."

Photos: Woodland Park Zoo's otter pups make public debut

Photos: Woodland Park Zoo's otter pups make public debut
Woodland Park Zoo's four Asian Small-Clawed otters made their public debut in the new Bamboo Forest Reserve exhibit. The quadruplets were born June 11 to 8-year-old father Guntur and 4-year-old mother Teratai, the first offspring between the pair. The pups currently weigh between 1½ to 2 pounds each and are out for public viewing 10:00-11:45 a.m. and noon-3:30 p.m. daily. September 13th 2013. (Joshua Lewis / KOMO News)