1,400 designers and retailers from 95 different countries came together in New York City for Coterie, the premier global marketplace that brings fashion sellers and buyers under one roof to share what’s coming for spring 2016.
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.
Get ready as Teatro ZinZanni rolls out the red carpet for a night where old Hollywood glamour reigns supreme! When a famous movie director makes reservations at a local fine dining establishment, the restaurant scrambles to get everything in tip-top shape; little do they know that they will soon play a major role in his upcoming film! Movie stars, stuntmen, and production crew arrive on location at the stunning spiegeltent where they will live out their cinematic dreams. The A-List cast features a sous chef that juggles more than plates, a hostess with operatic dreams, servers tapping for their 15 minutes of fame, and silver screen stars who take the art of film to new heights.
Lights, Camera, ACTION! Get your ticket to the star-studded premiere of Hollywood Nights.
September 17 - January 31, 2016
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.
What is better than a contest that focuses on all things local: local wine, local food, local artists and local art all rolled into one? The answer: not much!
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.
It's officially fall which means it is time to start enjoying some Harvest Festivals and Pumpkin Patches.
Fashion Week - Bellevue Collection Style. From local designers to celebrities (Rachel Zoe!) here were our favorite parts of the almost week long event.
The Sea Gals performed at their first regular game as the 2015 squad at CenturyLink Field.
Two working moms set out to make eating local easier and cheaper. Now they're helping Seattleites do it too.
We compiled all of the Seattle Seahawks Instagram accounts so you can make sure you're following your favorite player.
Fashion runway shows are quite popular. However, cosmetic fashion presentations are more rare. We get to take you behind the scenes of Neiman Marcus’ Project Beauty, one of Washington’s cosmetic shows to showcase cosmetic and fragrance trends.
Perhaps one of Seattle's more overlooked neighborhoods; historic Columbia City is home to a number of can't-miss gems. Make a day of it and explore our nine favorite spots in the neighborhood with us after the jump.
Seattle is packed full of fun places to visit but with so many we wanted to call out what we think of as the quintessential, the quirky and the underappreciated. Saddle on up! It’s time to play tourist at our favorite touristy spots across our fair city.
As your high school graduate prepares to make the move from home to the dorm this fall, keep in mind that in a cramped dorm room, every inch of space is crucial and help them make a plan to save as much square footage as possible.
We’ve all been left with half full bottles of wine after a dinner party. Here’s what to do with it for the rest of the week.
Iggy Azalea performed her only west coast date at the Washington State Fair with Tinashe opening for her.
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner and several other teammates played Guest Barista at Starbucks throughout the Seattle, Bellevue and Renton areas today to bring awareness to “A Better Seattle”.
We attended the 39th Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend last Saturday, and were greeted by the breathtaking sight of more than three hundred gorgeous boats of all shapes and sizes in the marina, on the dockside or sailing out in Port Townsend Bay.
Why should women have all the fall fashion fun of boots? Come on, guys!
Don't neglect your outdoor space as you refresh your decor for autumn.
We've had a blast taking a closer look at some local cideries in honor of Washington Cider Week. Next up is Dragon's Head Cider on Vashon Island.
We've been in Hawaii these last couple days and have seen some amazing sunsets. We won't say they're better than Seattle's.....but they're comparable. Can you guess which is which?
We continue to celebrate Washington Cider Week with a look at Nashi Orchards - a surprisingly unique cidery on Vashon Island.
Dream of being a farmer for a few days? Take a weekend farm stay vacation to Hoehn Bend Farm in Sedro-Woolley and let your inner country lover run free.
Here's how to make that 90 minute drive from Seattle to Bellingham a little more tolerable.
We wrote an ode to cider early this week in honor of Washington Cider Week. Here's an inside look at one of the most well-known local ciders around.
There’s something comforting about a bar you can wear a sweatshirt and sneakers to. A place where you can play buck hunter while drinking cheap beer.
Whenever I feel the need for a quick mini break from the drudgery of everyday, I love to hop on a boat to Bainbridge Island. The ride to Bainbridge Island is a beautiful and scenic 35-minute crossing.
We sat down with Tobey Maguire, whonstars as U.S. chess prodigy Bobby Fischer in the new movie PAWN SACRIFICE, from Bleecker Street.
If the saying "you eat with your eyes first" is true, then chef's tables are clearly where it's at.
We recently visited Nashi Orchards on Vashon Island, and while their perry and cider were outstanding - we fell even more in love with the dogs that roam their orchards.
It’s no secret that I love cider, so it’s only fitting that I write about one of my favorite weeks of the year – Washington Cider Week.
Shara Brown and John Reid of Graham were married yesterday morning on the Classic Wooden Rollercoaster at the Washington State Fair!
We checked out the famous Richmond Night Market a few hours north in Richmond British Columbia and ate as much as we could.
Discovering new (to me) wineries and revisiting longtime favorites at the Seattle Wine Awards’ Gold Medal Experience this weekend.
For those who seek the fiery peppers of Sichuanese cuisine, the far-flung inspirations of Hakka dishes, or the hearty comfort-food of northern China, there are restaurants for you — they just tend to be hiding in plain sight, far from Seattle’s supposed center for Chinese food, the International District.
We all love Starbucks' PSL, but here are five great alternatives if you want to expand your fall drink palette.
NFL Apparel has released the new styles for this football season, and we're not hating them.
Just as the guys in Seattle had something to say about local women’s fashion, the women about town had even more to say about the men’s!
We asked the founder of Cone and Steiner General Stores what she absolutely has to have in her pantry.
Let me get something out of the way, right from the start of this column. I’m not a big fan of gimmicky contraptions for the kitchen or bar.
From a bar that feels like you've entered a seaward vessel to a bar that lets you relive 4th grade (in the best and most legal way possible), here are Seattle's seven best themed bars.
Guest curated by Michael Cepress, the newest show at Bellevue Arts Museum Counter-Couture: Fashioning Identity in the American Counterculture immerses viewers in the 60s and 70s with through handmade and decorated clothing that crafted the generation’s identity.
Bumbershoot brought the biggest names in music to Seattle Center like Ellie Goulding, Hozier, Social Distortion and more.
It’s Back-To-School season and with our rainy weather comes schedules, time crunches and a need to get organized.