The annual anime convention Sakura-Con kicked off day one of their weekend residence in downtown Seattle this morning.
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.
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The annual anime convention Sakura-Con kicked off day one of their weekend residence in downtown Seattle this morning. Upwards of 50,000 people attend Sakura-Con every year.
Dogs and owners alike swarmed Belltown Pub yesterday night for Yappy Hour, an event held by and benefitting Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation.
George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream opens tonight at the Pacific Northwest Ballet, and will play for eight performances only, today through April 19 at McCaw Hall in Seattle.
After ominous tweets the weekend before, The Ellen Show (unfortunately not the host herself), showed up at UW yesterday with cameras and Ellen's proxy, Jeannie. Fans turned out in droves for a chance to get on the show.
Musashi's is a simple, straight-forward sushi restaurant in Wallingford that serves large servings of exquisite sushi. See for yourself.
Sometimes you see a dog at a dog park and you just have to chase it down with your camera to get a photo gallery. Sometimes.
If you were downtown this weekend you probably already noticed the hoards of costumed people congregating around the Convention Center for Emerald City Comicon.
If you work downtown you've probably already noticed the hoards of costumed people congregating around the Convention Center. This can only mean one thing: it's Emerald City Comicon!
If you work downtown you've probably already noticed the hoards of costumed people congregating around the Convention Center. This can only mean one thing: Emerald City Comicon has begun! Today marks the first of the three day annual comic book and pop culture convention of the Pacific Northwest.
The jaguar cubs at the Woodland Park Zoo turn one-year-old tomorrow! Here's a sneak peak at their birthday party today.
One of the most wonderful times of the year is early spring when the cherry blossoms begin to bloom. And if you're from around Seattle, you know that UW has some of the most spectacular cherry blossoms on their campus quad.
Thousands of people came down to the annual St. Patricks Day Parade in downtown Seattle this weekend. Bagpipers, bands, dancers, dogs and more marched down 4th Ave. to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Deborah Lloyd, President and Creative Director of Kate Spade New York, stopped by the Bellevue Nordstrom store yesterday with stylist Brad Goreski to showcase the Spring 2014 Kate Spade line.
Disney's The Lion King is roaring back to life at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle. Shows started earlier this week, and end on April 6. This is an extremely popular show, so make sure to grab tickets sooner rather than later!
The 17th floor of the Russell Investments building in downtown Seattle gives an unparalleled view of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains, Mount Rainier, the Space Needle - especially on beautiful days like the last two.
Before the Super Bowl, we told you about a bet between the Denver and Seattle Art Museums determining that whoever won the big game would have to loan one of their most precious pieces of art to the other museum for a period of time.
Mondays are ruff. To help, here is an amazing gallery of the Seattle Dog Show from this weekend. Drop everything productive you might be doing right now and dedicate a couple minutes of your time to these pics - you won't be sorry.
Last night was the annual 2014 Art Institute of Seattle Fashion Show, where students presented their unique looks. Who needs Project Runway when you have Seattle's Art Institute?
In honor of March's First Thursday Art Walk, we're highlighting local Seattle artist Alex Crick, a live music photographer with a solo show coming up tomorrow.
Every day in our community, people struggle with hunger; one in four children live in food-unstable households. But with help from volunteers and donors, the folks at Northwest Harvest give away millions of pounds of food each year.
All donations, however, are not created equally.
Distilleries are a growing industry in Washington state, and Sunday's 'Meet Your Maker' event was all about honoring and recognizing over 25 of these local companies.
It's been a while coming - but we are thrilled to celebrate the official launch of Seattle Refined. After all, nothing is 'official' without a party, right? We're so excited to be spending the night with our colleagues, coworkers and partners at our Four Seasons launch party. Thank you!