Pacific Northwest Ballet held auditions yesterday to choose which PNB Ballet School students will be cast in this year’s production of The Nutcracker (which runs November 28 – December 28 at Seattle Center’s McCaw Hall).
Alfresco Eggs is a new line of eggs for our region, made by "the happiest hens in the world." This will be the first time ethically-raised, premium eggs will be available in mass market grocery stores in the Pacific Northwest.
We have a feeling we'll be seeing a lot of these same faces again today. Just as a reminder, here is what sad Broncos looked like during the 2014 Superbowl game.
Last night Will Ferrell and his old friend Craig Pollard took the stage at the University of Washington's Meany Hall to chat about cancer, college and obviously - Will Ferrell.
We recently had the opportunity to interview the ladies behind the brand Winston White. The mother, daughter, and best friend trio started their line in 2013 and have taken the fashion world by storm.
After having his messenger bag stolen in 2003, Eli Reich turned lemons into lemonade by creating his first messenger bag out of old bike tire tubes he had in his home. Within a few years Eli had turned this one creation into an entire company and manufacting facility and was saving tubes from landfills across the country.
You might be wearing blue and green today, but unless you have 10 siblings who are dressed to match, Satya the Golden Retriever and her family have you beat.
Arlington, Washington is a small town just one hour outside of Seattle. With less than 20,000 people and plenty of small-town charm, it feels very far away from the hubbub of city life.
The Shops at The Bravern in Bellevue celebrated their fifth anniversary last night with a fall fashion showcase featuring a red carpet, two fashion shows, photo booths, sketch artists and food and drink. The event was free and open to the public, with more than 15 shops participating.
A very important question, we know. We asked David Shipman, real life Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Ringmaster of the Super Circus Heroes show performing in Everett this week, and Kent next.
This week we're adding that great ambiguous category: Updates. Since sometimes there is just restaurant news that doesn't fit perfectly into 'Openings' or 'Closings'.
September is one of my favorite months in Seattle (other than the spiders! Gah! Yuck!) Some days are still gloriously hot, while others are so cool we’re reminded of all the rain that’s just around the corner. Here are five cocktails that perfectly suit this season of change.
Buried in the sub-levels of the Pike Place Market, a group of chefs are perfecting recipes for homemade Starbursts, chocolate bars composed entirely of coffee, and savory ice cream salad. Sound like something you might want to eat? Too bad. These real-life Willy Wonkas aren’t running a restaurant: if you want to taste these magical flavors, you have to make them yourself.
Whether you just can’t live without handmade noodles, or pho is your favorite dish - Seattle’s got plenty of new places to try this September. You can warm up your belly with some oysters and kimchi puree, bibimbap covered in honey-chili sauce, or Thai-style fried chicken. Here are five new Asian restaurants that just opened their doors, or are about to, this month.
Locals and visitors alike will enjoy some of Seattle's most creative food tours. Tours can include bikes, kayaks, early access to Pike Place Market, or cooking classes. Seattle food tours know no bounds!
Everyone has their preferred bar of choice which they use either as a meal replacement, pre/post workout snack, or just a snack on the go. What you might not know is that us Pacific Northwesterners have one of our own.
Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll joined some of his players and A Better Seattle (ABS) workers today to play Guest Barista at a Starbucks in Renton.
You won't find cell phones and iPads in the backpacks of students at the Seattle Waldorf High School. Instead these kids are encouraged to use their imagination, artistic ability and intellect to navigate the world of high school.
Holly Shelvock and Sean Schuhrieman of Sultan, WA tied the knot atop the Washington State Fair’s Classic Roller Coaster this morning. The couple were the winners of the STAR 101.5 Roller Coaster Wedding contest.
The Seattle's Symphony's Opening Night Concert and Gala was this past weekend at Benaroya Hall and the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle. The gala's theme was 'An Evening in Paris' - modeled after the French-inspired opening concert.
Imagine walking through the park and seeing what looks like the Mars United Soccer Team practicing. No, it's not aliens - it's probably just Bumble Soccer.
Women’s Health and Yelp compiled the first annual Social Cities Awards based on a six-month, research-based partnership to determine 20 social metropolises on the rise in the United States. There were four categories winners placed in: Fitness Cities, Nightlife Cities, Cities for Foodies and Cities for Art and Culture. Can you guess which category we won in?
Millennials are everywhere - especially in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Drawn to our booming tech industry and plentiful job market, it's hard to find a neighborhood that doesn't have at least two apartment complexes and condo units going up to house this generation.
Move over, Prince George. Porch gave us a peek into some local remodeled nurseries - and they're fit for a little prince or princess!
We all know that here in the Pacific Northwest (or anywhere, for that matter) waterfront property costs a pretty penny. But how much more exactly does that kind of property cost, compared to non-waterfront property?
Local pop realism sculptor Jean Wells might not care for cooking, but she serves up delicious pop art mosaics that will whet your appetite for fun.
MyHabit, the online designer sale site, has been going around the country this summer showcasing certain cities with unique vibes. Our Emerald City is last on their list after Portsmouth, Nashville, Dallas and Palm Springs. Take a look at the 10 products they think sum up the quirky style of our city, and see if you agree!
Warning: these pictures are not for the faint of heart, or for anyone with more than 16 cars. As you flip through the photos in the gallery - the same question will keep popping up: Is this a house or a car garage? There's no right answer other than....both.
Need a little retail therapy to get you through the rest of the week? Get ready to shop your heart out at Sell Your Sole’s Fall Preview Event
This week, a store focused on servicing your health and wellness needs opens at the top of Queen Anne. Pharmaca Wellness & Beauty is a unique retail store offering natural health, beauty and wellness products and services.
You’ve gotten the ticket, the hair appointment and the dress. You’re all set for the Gala and the inevitable amazing night out on the town. But there are three stops you, like many gala attendees, probably forget.
Tomorrow marks the 10th anniversary of Fashion First, Seattle's longest-running independent fashion show. Co-founder Joan Kelly reminisces on the last ten years, loosing her partner and best friend, and what surprises tomorrow night holds.
Flash Tattoos flooded my Instagram feed all summer long, but now that the days are getting shorter and the air is getting cooler, will the trend slip away? Here are some ways you can rock them into the fall.
As summer sunshine fades and the days get darker, so do the beauty trends for Fall 2014. Filling us in on the must-know trends for the season is Nordstrom’s Beauty Trend Editor, Kate Fannin.
Port Angeles offers the best access to the famed Olympic National Park and the two most visited areas of the Park. Lake Crescent is 20 minutes west of town, and the famed Hurricane Ridge just 18 miles south and 5200' up is 45 minutes from downtown Port Angeles.
If you’re looking for a place where you can water ski, visit wineries, hike, eat decadent pastries, sip margaritas, or luxuriate in spas all in the same area, then Chelan, Washington is the place for you.
The terms ‘magical’ and ‘life-enhancing’ are so overused nowadays, but try as I might, I can’t find other words to describe our recent experience watching the orcas of the San Juan Islands.
While the sun is still out in Washington, one of the most beautiful trips you can take is the scenic 100-mile-drive on the North Cascades Highway. It’s where Highway 20 cuts across the rugged North Cascades, revealing snow-covered mountain peaks, an abundance of wildflowers, and plenty of quaint shops and restaurants.