What’s better than sipping a steamy spiked toddy or stout from the comfort of a cozy neighborhood bar with all the windows fogged up? Indulge your need for comfort in the days ahead with the following seven bars perfect for imbibing on those blustery nights of fall and winter.
The wall-to-wall home library in this Magnolia Blvd. home is a bibliophile's dream.
We asked one of Seven's Senior Stylists how she actually does her hair, how to stretch time between haircuts and why some people just can't quite get that Lauren Conrad lob.
The first annual I Love Poke Food Festival featured celebrated chef Sam Choy and other local chefs competing for title of Best Poke.
We attended 'cocktail pairing school' with Blurb Books and the Pennyroyal Bar and uncovered some top tips for pairing cocktails with food.
Circus performers, stilt walkers, professional cheerleaders, live DJ's, a professional dance troop and a 100 person marching band from Garfield High School took over the entire Westlake Plaza this morning.
Organic, raw stones, textured metal, striking designs that harken back to ancient cultures round out the jewelry line from Ballard-based Maria’s Designs.
The Seahawks, Sea Gals and the NFL went pink for the month of October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
What really is pizza, anyway? And the Northwest company that fires your pies.
Reykjavik, Iceland: Seattle’s sister city feels a million miles away and like home at the same time!
It may not be the Pumpkin Spice Latte, but it's been warming people up year round for centuries.
Thousands of came out for the Exhibition Hall in Seattle Center for the 14th Annual Brickcon.
After a successful pop-in at Nordstrom, Warby Parker Annex comes to Fremont at 3501 Fremont Ave N.
We did it! We successfully climbed the Space Needle today during Base 2 Space: Seattle’s Most Iconic Stair Climb benefitting Fred Hutch.
Traveling to Orcas means finding an oyster-woman who gives shucking lessons at a picnic table, chatting up the chefs who bring out their own wood-fired vegetables to the table, and sitting down at the high-volume cafe willing to put the local and unusual on an otherwise straight-forward menu.
Goodwill teamed up with local fashion bloggers to show you can get everything you need for a great Halloween costume at a low price while helping your community.
Ernest Loves Agnes is a Ernest Hemingway-themed Italian restaurant that just opened on 19th Ave E, the former location of The Kingfish Cafe.
The weather is cooling down and you're beginning to throw on that extra layer when you head out in the morning. You know what that means for lunch... soup!
Artist Mary Larson sees those affected by homelessness as people, and celebrates them for who they are as individuals in her large, brightly hued and very personal portraits.
While the Mariners tailed the Houston Astros much of the night, they came barking back to win with the help of hundreds of dogs and their owners.
A new handmade clothing store called Do The Extraordinary (DTS) has launched in downtown Seattle.
Yes, they exist! Here are a few places around town to take Fido for some play when the weather starts raining like cats and dogs.
Happy National Coffee Day! With Slate Coffee opening in Pioneer Square we realized there are now handful of really great coffee shops in the area. We highlighted five of our favorite Pioneer Square spots to get coffee.
Seahawks Super Bowl Rings
The Seahawks received their Super Bowl XLVIII championship rings last night at a private ceremony. Tiffany & Co. made the rings, with input from Paul Allen, Pete Carroll, John Schneider and others.
"The white gold Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII championship ring features a three-dimensional Seahawks logo of 64 round diamonds with a vibrant emerald hue tsavorite eye. The iconic logo is outlined in blue and is framed by 12 diamonds. The Vince Lombardi Trophy, comprised of one marquis diamond, stands in the background amongst a sea of 107 round diamonds with a border reading “WORLD CHAMPIONS”. Forty blue sapphires surround the ring top flanked by two “12″ flags.
The shank, or sides of the ring, tells the story of the championship season. One shank includes the team’s final record of 16-3, a southward view of CenturyLink Field with the “12″ flag and Mt. Rainier, highlighted with the individual player’s name and number. The other side features the Seattle skyline, Vince Lombardi Trophy with a marquis diamond, Super Bowl XLVIII logo and NFL shield.
The ring band features 12 feathers, similar to the markings on the team uniforms. The phrases “LEAVE NO DOUBT”, “24/7″, “SEA 43- DEN 8″ and “WHAT’S NEXT?” are engraved inside each ring."