Known to be the most caffeinated city in the U.S., there's really no better place to celebrate National Coffee Day on Sunday than Seattle -- and what better way to celebrate than by fueling up for free (or at least at a very deep discount)?
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.
Though the Seahawks ultimately defeated the Jaguars 17-45 last weekend, 24-year-old Russell Wilson wasn't content with the speed or accuracy of the game.
Inertia is a property of matter -- and may be a fact that one-time Seattle resident Bill Nye will be experiencing the hard way after partially tearing a ligament on ABC's "Dancing With The Stars," which may require he take some time off the dance floor.
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.
Parking might be a little extra tricky around town today, but it's all in the name of art and parks.
From ultra-traditional, classic pieces to high-energy, modern movements, there's something for everyone on the bill at Pacific Northwest Ballet's 2013-2014 season. But it's this month's opening engagement that's really got the city's dance community talking.
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.
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.
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."
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."