Rock out with your neighbors at Beacon Hill’s annual music festival.
Sunday, Aug. 28 marks the annual Beacon Rocks! festival, an outdoor music series that features an eclectic mix of family-friendly music every summer.
The event allows local musicians to show off their talent, and at the same time gives residents the chance to foster a sense of community with their neighbors.
This neighborhood bakery is serving up some sweet, savory and Kosher treats.
The wait is over for Central District residents who have long anticipated the opening of a bakery in their neighborhood. Beehive Bakery opened earlier this month at the location that formerly housed Philly’s Best on 23rd Avenue and Union Street.
Try your hand at a new game, courtesy of Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club.
If you’re looking to shake things up a bit this summer and take on a new activity, the Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club (JPLBC) has just the sport for you. Located on the
Take in the beauty of the Northwest while enjoying the company of other cyclists.
Seattle bicyclists looking for a challenge this summer have plenty of choices, what with all the great trails in the area. Few are as scenic — or challenging — as the Ride Around Puget Sound, or RAPSody 2011 — a 165-mile weekend ride that will take place Aug. 27-28.
Trendsetting and trailblazing — these uber geeks keep us wired on all things tech.
With so many tech companies merging and purging and so many shifts in the industry, the 411 on the digital frontier is ever changing and can be difficult to keep up with. Enter John Cook and Todd Bishop, co-founders of the locally-based technology news site GeekWire — the bible for tech industry fanatics.
Trendsetting and trailblazing — the Canlis brothers reinvent fine dining while embracing history.
As the third generation to run Canlis Restaurant, brothers Mark and Brian Canlis havegrown up watching the very large shoes they have to fill. Their grandfather Peter Canlis opened the restaurant in 1950, and their parents, Chris and Alice, took over in the 1970s. Taking on the family business in 2005, Mark, 36, and Brian, 33, have reinvented the restaurant to reflect a new crowd.
Celebrate the 29th annual festival with a diverse offering of food and music.
With plenty of events going on in the Northwest this weekend, it may be difficult to choose which to attend. For all-ages fun and entertainment north of Seattle, you’ll want to be sure you make it up to 2011 A Taste of Edmonds, presented by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce.
Get inked, touched up or just browse at Seattle’s 10th annual expo.
As August greets us with some toasty days (by our standards), get ready to hang up those fleece coats and prepare to show some skin for Seattle’s 10th annual Tattoo Expo.
Trendsetting and trailblazing — this local entrepreneur quenches thirst around the world.
From the moment Bryan Papé, 26, began to talk about his business venture—the new line of hip and functional water bottles called MiiR—his enthusiasm and passion were evident.