The fun is far from over on the second day of Emerald City Comicon at the WA State Convention Center, the largest comic book and pop culture convention in the Pacific Northwest.
The Palladian hotel had their grand opening last night, along with their Pennyroyal bar and Shaker + Spear restaurant. While all very impressive - we couldn't take our eyes off their artwork.
Emerald City Comicon is the largest comic book and pop culture convention in the Pacific Northwest. Thousands of people come to the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle for 3 days of cosplay, comic books, celebrities, panels and more.
The famous handbag, clothing, and shoe designer has now made jewelry available at the Flagship Nordstrom! Learn what her biggest splurge is, how she collaborates on social media, and the 3 items she says every Seattle woman needs!
The Red and White party at AQUA by El Gaucho last night kicked off the Taste Washington weekend.
We attended possibly one of the coolest press conferences this week – at a cruising altitude of 35,000 feet and on board a Boeing 737.
Is there anything more fitting than a Vintage Station Wagon exhibit happening in the Northwest? LeMay, America’s Car Museum has expanded their Route 66 Gallery Walk with a display of vintage station wagons.
Introducing Rodeo Donut; a new pop-up inside of Ballard’s Cupcake Royale.
Rebecca Minkoff is in town launching her jewelry line, and in celebration we're calling out some of our absolute favorite pieces.
ART Restaurant in the bottom of the Four Seasons Seattle Hotel downtown closed last week, and it was slightly unclear why. Now the news has broken that a new Ethan Stowell restaurant will be taking its place - and we're thrilled.
If you're on social media, you've most likely seen the Rainworks video. It circled all the platforms this weekend, and had all of us in the Pacific Northwest joyously sharing.
Your comprehensive guide to every music festival this Summer in the Northwest including Washington State, Oregon, and Canada.
This week saw Jason Brzozowy, Executive Chef at Tilth, take the 67 Cent Challenge – making a nutritious meal for three people for less than 67 cents, using food available at a local food bank.
Lisa Nakamura’s Gnocchi Bar on Capitol Hill introduces her namesake gnocchi this week.
Five beds, five baths, and a 20,000 square foot vintage automobile facility for 30 cars (with two paint booths, three showrooms, storage, barn, offices, reception area and ground keepers studio).
That is, if you love animals as much as you do the M's. Get your tickets now to Bark in the Park – and quick! Last year it sold out (and for good reason if you ask us)!
Chris Durso over at Foodiggity.com and his eight-year-old son have created a simply, yet brilliant idea: re-naming all the states using food puns.
Stinging nettles are both an harbinger of the spring growing season, and one of the Northwest’s most easily foraged-for foods. Walking the Washington woods snipping leaves becomes both an enjoyable hike and a productive way to grab some greens for dinner.
Teatro ZinZanni is part circus, part cabaret, and always magical. A night out here is a three-hour whirlwind that will put a smile on your faces for a myriad of reasons—we’ll start with just ten.
Hi. My name is Melanie. I killed my “unkillable” air plants.
Yesterday saw the first day of Spring, and today is the first day of an equally important season here in the Pacific Northwest: Gray Whale Season.
On the first day of spring, Pike Place Market volunteers celebrate the first day of spring by handing out 9000 daffodils on the corners of Downtown Seattle.
What do you get someone for their 150th birthday?
The Art Institute of Seattle (AIS) presented Runway District last night, its 17th annual fashion show. The exhibition is created and produced by students from a variety of degree programs at AIS.
When Kelley Marian’s beloved labrador Bailey was diagnosed with cancer, she went all out to develop Green Juju - a healthy food supplement which she believes saved Bailey’s life.
Not kidding. We had such a great response to our story last week on the Woodmark, we decided to team up with them and offer up a Girl's Weekend!
Who better to give us all style tips than people who have to talk and know fashion as their job?
Cider is the fastest-growing alcoholic beverage in the country—and Washington State is where a lot of the best bottles, cans, and barrels are coming from.
So many Barre classes, so little time! We took a look at PureBarre, barre3 and The Bar Method to see what the real differences were.
The toughest part of self tanning is just picking a product.
Birch Box, Bark Box and now - Bean Box! Meet Seattle's answer to the 'box' phenomenon featuring, what else, coffee.
Looking to celebrate a birthday? Explore a new place with friends? What about trying something new in the city or need a place to take the kids to burn off some energy? These “Where to’s” will give you some ideas no matter what you’re looking for.
NW Harvest claims they can feed a family of three for 67 cents through their network of food banks. We asked Chef John Howie, owner of SPORT, Seastar and John Howie Steak, to try.
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, Porch.com helped us compile a list of local houses who, by definition, go green ALL year long.
Ever go to a wine tasting event and feel like a complete poser because you have no idea what to do? We're here to help.
Get ready for St. Patrick’s Day with these great DIY projects.
It seems like everything cool is happening in Pioneer Square these days.
Can't wait to snag a chewy, soft pretzel at Safeco Field this summer? Here are some knots to tide you over.
This was a once in a hundred year Pi Day and I was so happy that I changed my diet to an all pie menu. Pizza pie, sweet pie, savory pie, oh my.
Last night at the Westin in Downtown Seattle, Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington held their Wish Night Gala & Auction to raise money for the foundation. They brought in a whoopping $1,575,000.
Performed by the students of Pacific Northwest Ballet School and narrated by beloved Seattle actor Allen Galli, PNB’s Snow White is an hour-long version of the beloved classic, specially created for children and families.
Thousands of people came down to the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in downtown Seattle. Bagpipers, bands, dancers, dogs and more marched down 4th to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
If you’re planning on heading to SAM to check out Indigenous Beauty, make sure to also stop by SAM Gallery, located in the SAM Shop on the street level of the museum.
SAM Remix offered lots of late night of performances, activities, dancing, and more with Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection and SAM’s fantastic collection.
On Pi Day, naturally. We won't split hairs that cupcakes aren't really pies - because come on, free is free!
Long name, big words, epic dances...we hit Pacific Northwest Ballet's dress rehearsal of The Vertiginous Thrill of Forsythe last night, playing through March 22 at McCaw Hall.
The more we tour houseboats, the more we fall in love with the romantic idea of living on a boat. Especially when they look like this! Check this $700,000 gem out.
Three Malayan tiger brothers, Liem, Eko and Olan arrived at their new home, Woodland Park Zoo last night.
White. It seems to be the one color with the most rules. You can't wear it after Labor Day or before Memorial day.
If you’re looking to step up your game in the kitchen, Semiahmoo Resort wants to help. The resort located in Blaine, Washington is offering guests and the community a chance to learn new culinary skills with cooking experiences at Pierside Kitchen and Great Blue Heron Grill.
From time to time, we all need an escape from the monotony of our everyday lives. When you’re craving adventure and excitement but can’t find the time or the money to get out of Seattle, consider taking part in the new Escape Your Everyday Travel Series from EverGreen Escapes.
That there are enough places serving soup dumplings (xiao long bao in Chinese or xlb, for short) in Seattle to rank four worth paying for shows just how far Seattle’s Chinese cuisine has come in the last five years.
Now that spring is springing, we talked to Ann Peavey, Chief Concierge at Visit Seattle and living, breathing Seattle encyclopedia, to find out what we should be doing in Seattle over the next couple of months.
This $9.95 million 175 acre Star thoroughbred horse ranch is nestled along the Boise River.
It's time to celebrate pi, that magic, never-ending number starting with 3.14 that is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. The numbers in pi continue at random into infinity, and we think the best way to contemplate that is by eating some delicious pie!
The University of Washington cherry blossoms are close to 100% bloomed so early in the season. The famous Quad cherry blossoms are expected to be in bloom for most of March so plan your visit soon!
There is some really cheesy Seattle art for tourists out there, but not these prints. It helps that some of our own PNW artists created work that turn the spotlight on our fair city in clever, beautiful ways that even a local would be proud to hang on their living room wall.
How is that even possible? But we checked, and double checked - and it's true. The Woodmark, a Destination Hotel, is the only hotel on the lake. After a visit, we found that it lives up to this lofty title exceptionally.
It’s an undeniable fact that Samoas Cookies are absolutely perfect on their own. A crunchy cookie base lavishly outfitted in silky caramel, nutty toasted coconut and a rich, chocolate drizzle leaves very little to be desired. But those of us who are die-hard fans can’t – and don’t really want to – leave well enough alone.
And you can too! Visit Agrodolce on a sunny Saturday afternoon to partake in some oddball wines - as part of their wine seminar series.
Think you have your wine pairings down pat? Open your eyes to the most innovative match you have ever seen – wine and art. Amelia Sherritt transforms discarded wine foil tops into stunning works of art that will last long after the bottle is empty.
CRY Seattle (Child Rights and You) celebrated CRY Holi this weekend; celebrating the Indian festival of colors and benefitting thousands of children who deserve better childhoods.
We’ve all been there; when you hit the point where you are just over it. Well, at the 2015 Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show we found some dogs that had definitely had enough.
The Seattle Miniature Show's website boasts "everything that exists in full-scale in real life is now available in smaller scales." And at the show this weekend we found out, they really mean everything.
Nordstrom is all about their partnerships lately! Hey - if they continue to be as impactful as this one with Piece & Co. we're all for it.
But what else could we expect from the Bourbon and Bacon Fest at the Fremont Foundry this weekend? You won't get any complaints here.