That little time between mini-camp and trainning camp is the only time your Seattle Seahawks really have off, so we took to social media to find out what your favorite Seahawks are up to!
Always on the go, you can spot Josh by his camera, coffee cup in hand, and proximity to all the action (aka he's always right in the middle of it). From the sidelines at the 2014 Super Bowl, to wading in the water on News Years Day to get shots of the Polar Bear Plungers - there is no extent to which he won't go for that great shot.
Recent stories by Joshua Lewis
There's a new lounge in town! Well, in Sea-Tac Airport that is. As of this week, American Express' The Centurion Lounge is open in Concourse B.
The Taste of Tacoma brings some great food to Point Defiance Park in Tacoma, WA for a weekend of feasting.
Thousands of fans came out to Safeco Field for the All Star Softball Classic for the United Way of King County. Local Seattle celebrities split up on Former Mariners’ Dan Wilson and Jay Buhner’s team.
Prideful Pooches came out to the 2015 Seattle Pride Parade dressed in their most colorful outfits.
Seattle celebrated Pride Weekend with the 2015 Seattle Pride Parade down 4th Ave in Downtown Seattle.
Glassybaby held their Second Sale, which features “perfectly imperfect” glassybabys, in their SoDo warehouse.
The Greenwood Car Show is the largest car show in Seattle. With over 500 vehicles, an estimated 40,000 people come to the Greenwood neighborhood for the annual car show.
With the first full summer weekend upon us there are more than enough events to occupy your days. Check out our picks!
The City of Seattle and Mayor Ed Murray unveiled a few of the new rainbow colored crosswalks in the Capitol Hill Neighborhood of Seattle.
Nude bicyclists weren't the only ones parading this weekend in Fremont.
Tens of thousands came down to the Fremont neighborhood in Seattle, WA to watch the annual Solstice Parade.
Seattle Art Museum was open late to kick off their newest exhibition Disguise: Masks and Global African Art.
Santouka Ramen in Bellevue is celebrating their one year anniversary with a special 10% off all orders in June as well as a handful of new exciting menu items.
Rachel’s Ginger Beer opened their newest location off of 12th Ave and Pine in Capitol Hill.
American Express brought their Centurion Lounge to the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay just off the 13th hole.
Art on the Fly is an afternoon/evening urban dance and art event full of main stage and roving performances, flash mobs, free dance classes, an artisan craft fair, kids activities, and of course food and a beer garden brought to you by The Mobile Food Truck Rodeo.
The Seahawkers Booster Club visited the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington and Alaska.
The 2015 Seattle International Film Festival came to an end at their Closing Gala at MOHAI in South Lake Union.
Seattle International Film Festival presented an Evening with Jason Schwartzman at the Egyptian Theatre in Seattle, WA. The evening featured a Q&A with Jason and a showing of one of his latest films 7 Chinese Brothers.
The Northwest Pinball and Arcade Show kicked off Friday at the Tacoma Convention Center and runs through the weekend.
St. Jude Glamour & Giving Seattle is an evening of fashion and beauty benefiting the patients of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners’ second baseman, hosted his marquee charity event - CANOCHE - at the Paramount Theatre along with some of the biggest sports stars.
Seattle Seahawks' star, Richard Sherman, threw out the Ceremonial First Pitch for the Seattle Mariners on June 2nd against the New York Yankees.