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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Halloween is upon us so get your home in Trick-or-Treat shape with these last minute Halloween decor ideas!
It’s early in the fall season, but pops of fall colors are all over the University of Washington Seattle Campus.
If you haven’t stocked up yet for those spooky trick-or-treaters, now is the time to make sure you’re the most popular house on the block. And if you're curious what the kids really want to find in their bags this year, here are the top five candies in America.
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!
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.
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.
Hundreds of people and corgis came out to Green Lake for the Annual Corgi Howloween Walk. Corgis were dressed in their best costumes and showed off their outfits as they walked their owners around the lake.
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.
Last year Rainier Beer restored the R above the old Rainier Brewery and to celebrate a year later, Rainier Beer threw the first annual “R Day”. With a giant Jubilee can and Grazing Rainiers, the Rainier themed beer crawl took to the streets of each neighborhood in Seattle.
Looking for a last minute Halloween costume? Consider Seattle's favorite thrift shop, the Goodwill.
Headbands. Let’s be clear – we are not talking the preppy, Blair Waldorf-wearing headband with a bow style. Whether it’s a braided piece of leather, or actual flowers – we see this EVERYWHERE at music festivals. All we can do it caution wearing these with sunscreen – can you imagine that sunburn?? (Image: Joshua Lewis / Seattle Refined)