Personal finance social network WalletHub analyzed the 116 most populated cities in America to determine which was the hardest working. Seattle came in at #19.
Benaroya Hall holds a special place in Simon Trpceski's heart. It was here back in 2002 where the Macedonian pianist made his North American debut.
Are you serious about fitness? Do you take yoga, cardio and cycling? Good for you - but probably not for your wallet. ClassPass combines all your memberships into ONE, and gives you access to those same clubs.
The Seattle Japanese Garden re-opened for the season with a Shinto blessing, which is a formal ceremony that has been conducted in Japan since ancient times.
Thousands of patrons and 75 craft breweries came out to The Museum of Flight's Hops & Props event last night. The Museum of Flight is the largest private, non-profit air and space museum in the world.
Any party that lists attire as Futuristic Retro has got to be great, right? Right. We stopped by the 2015 Henry Gala Afterparty in the graypants studio in SoDo. The dance party followed the 2015 Henry Art Gala which includes cocktails, dinner and an auction all to benefit the Henry Art Gallery.
As we transition to spring and milder weather, art walks are a great way to get out of the house and experience some of the amazing art around the city.
Get ready to pass GO and land on the Emerald City. Seattle is in the running to own property on the Monopoly board.
Most of us think of Dale Chihuly and automatically think of glass - it is, after all, the medium that brought him the most fame. But a new exhibition at the Museum of Glass shows a whole different artist.
If you've never seen James Turrell's Light Reign at the Henry Art Gallery, here’s a great reason to finally check it out.
It’s the ultimate throwback – a look at Pioneer Square in the 1980s versus today in 2015.
Seattle Refined spoke with scenic designer Martin Christoffel for an inside look at what makes this production of the classic tale, different from the original.
You know about the great musical institutions in Seattle—like the Symphony and the Men’s Chorus—but we’re willing to bet you haven’t heard about the relatively undiscovered Ensign Symphony and Chorus.
Thousands came out to the International District for the Lunar New Year Festival to celebrate the Year of the Ram.
City Guru hosted a Red Carpet Oscar’s Party at Robertos Venetian Trattoria in Pike Place Market.
Carnaval is the most famous Brazilian holiday, held forty days before Easter. Nectar Lounge in Fremont celebrated the 21st Annual Brazilian Carnaval last night with Eduardo Mendonca and Show Brazil.
Isn't it just tiny and adorable! The Uptown Parklet had it's grand opening this afternoon.
There's royalty over in Bellevue - beagle royalty. Meet Montgomery, the five-year-old beagle who is cousin to Westminster's 2015 Best In Show winner, Miss P.
The 4th Annual One Love Wedding Showcase is this weekend at the Seattle Marriott Waterfront, celebrating marriage equality and all couples in love
Are you an active or passive Academy Awards participant? By this I mean - will you be sitting on your couch critiquing outfits, or are you looking to hit the town and walk your own red carpet?