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Wed Nov 23 2022
Wander and wonder at these thoughtfully-designed Christmas trees.

Mon Mar 21 2022
Somebody famous might have lived in your PNW neighborhood. Click here for the full article. Seattle is more known for grunge and good coffee than glitz and glamour. But many celebrities over the decades have come from the Pacific Northwest, from famous crooners to pro-wrestlers, cover models to superheroes. We can’t name them all, but here is a baker’s dozen of some well-known celebs (and a few honorable mentions) that once lived in the Pacific Northwest. Adam West(Photo courtesy of Wikimedia)

Thu Mar 10 2022
Top o' the morning to ya. It is estimated that about 800,000 Washingtonians claim to have some Irish blood running through their veins, but as the saying goes, everyone becomes a little Irish when St. Patrick’s Day rolls around. This year marks the return of many favorite traditions, including parades, Irish soda bread-making contests, Seafair Pirates, pub crawls and so much more. Irish Soda Bread Contests. On your mark, get set bake! Seattle is home to two annual Irish soda bread contests.

Sun Mar 06 2022
The new shop is full of tasty creations and bursting with color and love.

Fri Feb 18 2022
As they like to say, 'It’s just a hill – get over it.'

Wed Dec 04 2019
It’s a known fact: Seattleites love Christmas lights. Maybe it’s because of our shorter days during the winter or the cold, wet weather that comes with it, but whatever the reason, we like our lights. The bigger the better, the more the merrier. In recent years, the city has fully embraced the Enchant Christmas light festival at the T-Mobile Park and now it welcomes the new indoor festival, Lumaze on Pier 91.

Thu Nov 21 2019
While most families can’t fathom enjoying turkey day without the usual traditional sides of mashed potatoes, gravy and stuffing - there are others who may like to try something new and different (or at least try a different venue). We hear you. We’ve found some Seattle’s most unique takes on holiday dishes including some with Asian accents, vegetarian options and even a Thanksgiving-dinner-on-a-crust pizza. We highly recommend making reservations as well. Wild Ginger.

Thu Nov 07 2019
Whether you’re on your first date or your 500th, doing the same old things can get rather, well, old. Sometimes you need to get out of your comfort zone to spice things up. Nothing kinky, just some good old-fashioned fun. And it only gets tougher during the winter months. However, we’ve got a few tricks up our sleeves that don’t involve movies, Christmas shopping or skiing.

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