With Twilight in every shop window it’s hard to not notice the influence of the movie in this small town. Forks is just under 4 hours away from Seattle, but offers close proximity to other Olympic Peninsula must sees like La Push, Hoh Rainforest and the Washington Coast.
You might remember the Creepy Crawlers game, but Marx Foods in Queen Anne made bug eating a real life experience at their Edible Insect Tasting Soiree last night, on the eve of Halloween.
We're not afraid to slap the Seahawks logo on anything here in Seattle - and apparently, neither is the NFL. Here is some of the most...umm, creative...merchandise officially licensed by the NFL and sold here in the city.
If you've been on social media at all in the last week, you'll know that lion and lioness dream team Adia and Xerxes just had their three cubs on October 24.
Pike Place Market supporters swarmed the Market yesterday for the Pike Up! Parade and Flag raising, the community event kicking off the effort to raise the roof on the new Pike Place MarketFront.
Last week, we took a tour through some destinations throughout Napa Valley for a vacation weekend. This time we’re going to visit the other great California wine destination; Sonoma County.
One of the world’s most popular young bands is coming to Seattle on July 15, 2015 and we’re giving you a chance to be the coolest mom ever by winning a pair of tickets to see Zayn, Niall, Harry, Louis and Liam, live and in person at Century Link Field.
This super squash goes hand in hand with cool, crisp days, falling leaves and Halloween and is being celebrated in a variety of tasty ways at Fairmont hotels around the Pacific Northwest.
Sometimes the ugliest days can turn into the prettiest sunsets! Such was the case last night when we caught this beauty at Greenlake.
This past summer I visited the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibition located at the Seattle Center next to the Space Needle. It's a fantastic place to take your out-of-town guests, even on the darkest of Seattle gray days.
Put the warhammer down, not everyone who eats brains stepped straight out of World War Z. This week might be Halloween, but there are a few Seattle restaurateurs who know that, year-round, eating brains is far more treat than trick. Instead of running screaming from the zombies, just think of them as dinner inspiration.
This week we have: a gluten-free Mexican grill, new coffee shop, Sardinian restaurant, one less Chinese place in Bellevue, and the departure of Canlis' chef.
Gig Harbor, named one of the best small towns in America by Smithsonian Magazine, is the place for fine dining and great restaurants with a view.
Our Canadian neighbors in British Columbia are also a wine producing region of distinction. Here's a rundown on some of their producers.
Last week, I talked about the five foods the East Coast is just better at, so now it’s time for the West Coast to shine. While there is a lot of great seafood out here on the West Coast like mussels, salmon, halibut, and more - I decided to mostly focus on what I think we truly do best: Asian food.
Seattle Restaurant Week starts today, with more than 170 restaurants participating and offering three course meals for $30 per person.
Whether you're planning on dancing the night away, taking the kids out trick or treating, or handing out candy at your house - have a great Halloween! Here are a couple events happening around town that we think seem like a blast.
You may remember that last year on National Cat Day, Uber and Seattle Humane Society teamed up to bring kittens to offices in the greater Seattle area. This year they are doing the same - and that day is today!
With custom-made caskets, Ouija boards, and human skulls, Nevertold Casket Company is one of the spookiest new stories in Seattle. Located in Capitol Hill, the owners say they believe that many of the items in the curio shop are haunted.
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Having a plan that helps you to detect the disease in the early stages is the best way to keep your girls healthy and reduce your risk.
We've all seen the $100+ costumes for sale at local costume stores, and online. And while there is something to be said for the ease of clicking "Buy Now" and being done with your Halloween costume....your wallet (and Mother Nature) are probably not going to be as happy with you.
It’s early in the fall season, but pops of fall colors are all over the University of Washington Seattle Campus.
Halloween is upon us so get your home in Trick-or-Treat shape with these last minute Halloween decor ideas!
Indulge us one last time as we take you inside the final floating home in our series from the Seattle Floating Homes Association Tour last month. You won't be disappointed!
When it's pouring down rain outside and the sky is a gloomy gray - there's nothing much to do besides curl up with a cup of tea and a book. Porch helped us round up some of the best window nooks in the area to do just that in.
A few weeks ago I shared some bright, fun pop art sculpture by Seattle and San Diego artist Jean Wells. Here's the gorgeous place she called (floating) home for two months.
Ok, so maybe we won't go so far as to saying we WANT to work out...but geez, we sure wouldn't mind having these around - it would make "going" to the gym that much easier! Porch helped us round up these local home gyms for some inspiration and motivation for us all!
If your dream is to live on 200 acres in the Olympic Peninsula....with trolls, gnomes and more mystical creatures - congrats! You're now $6 million closer.
Susie Crippen, former co-owner of J Brand, has created her own line and it is perfect for the Seattle woman full of fabulous basics to mix and match with any wardrobe.
Looking for a last minute Halloween costume? Consider Seattle's favorite thrift shop, the Goodwill.
Halloween is just around the corner, and if you're looking for the perfect costume, why not represent our amazing city? Here are six Seattle-inspired halloween costumes.
Getting a blowout, an updo, or makeup done will no longer require a trip to the salon. In fact, you won’t even have to get out of your pajamas.
Looking for an excuse to shop without buyers remorse? Here are six. These fashion picks are double duty - not only are they fabulous, but they each benefit Breast Cancer organizations.
As the leaves change, so should your perfume collection. The new season has arrived and it’s time to smell the way you look - fabulously in Fall.
While driving through the Olympic Peninsula we stumbled upon a sign that read “BIG CEDAR.” We aren’t the type to pass up a vague sign like that - so we took the four mile unpaved road to the 178 feet tall tree.
Every holiday season millions of travelers take to the airways and roadways to celebrate with a winter getaway. To ensure that your next vacation goes off without a hitch, it’s a good idea to make a plan for protecting your personal safety, identity documents and money.
Charming and picturesque, Victoria, B.C. is a wonderful place to visit this fall and Clipper Vacations make it easy to steal away for a day or two.
By stepping onto the ferry, you’re leaving something behind. Routine. Commute. Work. Even just a quick hop across from to Bainbridge warrants a glass of champagne when you make it Hitchcock Restaurant.
After the summer months, the Big Four Ice Caves show what the warm summer days do to melt the Ice Caves. The Big Four Ice Caves trail head is about an hour and a half away from Seattle with a well manicured 2.2 mile roundtrip hike to the Ice Caves.
Lake Crescent Lodge, located on the southern edge of Lake Crescent off Olympic Highway 101 is an historic resort. The resort offers different activities on the lake, hikes and a full restaurant about 3 hours from Seattle.