Innovative leader in shared workspace access, Deskpass, announced last week that its monthly subscription service is now available in Seattle.
We’re starting off August with a ticket giveaway!
More than 175 million items were purchased during Amazon’s 2019 Prime Day event last week. With the help of Seattle’s new recycling startup, Ridwell, hard-to-recycle Amazon packaging waste will be picked up for free from non-Ridwell members in the Seattle service area now through August 1st. Anyone interested can sign up here to be notified when the pickups are scheduled.
Now in its 23rd year, Cap Hill Block Party (CHBP) is set to bring some of today’s best in music to Seattle’s streets this weekend (July 19-21).
On July 19, 100+ local actors, journalists, politicians, and community leaders will take over Town Hall’s Forum stage for a complete reading of the Mueller Report.
So… it’s a no from me.
Our three-time WNBA championship team The Seattle Storm launched the Happy Hour “Pint for Pint” program, a partnership with Bloodworks Northwest and San Juan Seltzer.
So apparently axe throwing is a thing now. I’d characterize it as a slightly more physically demanding version of bowling and darts.
One of the best parts of living in Seattle—in addition to the spectacular summers here—is our proximity to amazing weekend adventures.
Copine offers their take on the classic French chicken dinner for Sunday Supper take-away. For $68 + tax, you get a whole chicken, two sides, and dinner rolls for two.