Pike Place Market’s second annual Wednesday Evening Farmers Market will kick off on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 giving downtown shoppers the opportunity to enjoy the long summer evenings while shopping for fresh produce and supporting local farmers. Along with the Evening Market, Pike Place Market will host four weekly farmers markets throughout downtown starting Tuesday, May 30, 2017.

The smartphone wars continue in 2017: What to expect

Samsung recently unveiled its highly anticipated Galaxy S8 and in September, Apple is slated to release its much awaited iPhone 8. The new iPhone is a big deal to many because it will mark the 10th anniversary of the original iPhone that debuted in 2007. What exactly do consumers have to look forward to with these two new smartphones? Here is a comprehensive breakdown of what to expect with the iPhone 8 vs the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Luzia opened in Seattle on Thursday, March 30th at Marymoor Park for a limited engagement through May 21st. Luzia explores various themes linked to the culture, history and mythology of Mexico, some of which may not seem connected at first glance. The show uses speed, monumentality, rain in all its manifestations, surreal animal life, and a poetic vision of reality in this contemporary mosaic. It awakens and engages your senses and transports you to a place suspended between dreams and reality. 

Paseo – home of the award winning Caribbean Sandwich – is pleased to announce a brand new partnership with online food ordering rock stars: GrubHub. Diners can now order pick up (or delivery) of their favorite ‘grub’ directly from the Paseo menu, just by using a simple smartphone app.  It’s a combo so tasty that Paseo is throwing a special launch party on Friday to celebrate the new partnership!!

Guest author Antonio Garguile is a Seattle area lawyer who explains some of the excuses (that never work) when trying to get out of a DUI. 

We have all heard them, some of us have thought them, and in 2016 alone over 23,000 drivers in Washington State likely used them. Simply put, when it comes to drunk driving, cops have heard them all before and are actively looking for a reason to pull you over. It’s time to put these excuses to bed where they belong.