When I was first invited to visit City Sweats in Madison Park, I was a bit skeptical. Having grown up in the South, I do anything physically possible to avoid any type of heat.
There's tailgating, and then there is sailgating. For those confused - that's tailgating, but on a boat! The Woodmark Hotel offers a <a href="http://www.thewoodmark.com/events/husky-game-day-cruise" target="_blank">Game Day Husky Cruise</a> for dawgs who want to avoid traffic, tolls and expensive parking. We hitched a ride last weekend to get a taste of the scenic boat ride and a no host bar service onboard. (Image: Joshua Lewis / Seattle Refined)
We got a sneak peek of Pacific Northwest Ballet's newest show Jewels last night. The trio of gems (emerald green, ruby red and luminous white) in George Balanchine’s show pays tribute to golden ages of music and dance.
This is the question that the documentary The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things, revolves around. Screening at McCaw Hall this Monday (9/29), the film follows five young women on a cross-country journey spotlighting 17 positive and powerful women leaders across a variety of lifestyles and industries.
Yoga alone is impressive. As is paddleboarding. We don't know who dreamed of combining these separate (and equally difficult) activities.....but we equally admire and fear them.
Wake up, make coffee, drive to work, receive a $250,000 grant to fund childhood cancer research. Not your average routine - unless you're talking to Dr. Brandon Hadland and the Fred Hutchinon Cancer Research Center about their morning today.
As the warm temperatures of summer come to a close, you’ll find one type of Seattleite who looks forward to the cooler days; the runner.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.