With these soaring temps as of late, we’re feeling drawn toward the rejuvenating water. Here are a few ways to celebrate the wonderful parts of this (very strange) summer that thankfully have not been cancelled:
The days and weeks are beginning to blend together, yet we’re finding small joys to keep our spirits buoyed as we continue to practice social distancing. We hope you’ll like some of these suggestions, too:
Vashon Island is admittedly a quirky place, yet there are several reasons we keep going back for more. First of all, it’s so conveniently close, meaning Vashon is the perfect destination for a partial day getaway or an easy overnight.
As January chugs along, we’re having fun testing soothing products, trying out new apps and finding uplifting events (listed toward the article’s end) that speak to the wellness theme so often associated with this first month of the year.
We hear buzz of a big game this weekend for Seahawks fans, so we thought we’d offer some tips—whether you’re into the action or simply along for the good food and people that often accompany viewing parties.
Another delightful staycation has opened our eyes to yet more facets of this multilayered city—and this one felt especially merry and bright. Although there are enough festive wintertime happenings to fill every December day, here’s an itinerary you may choose to follow if you find yourself downtown for a short-and-sweet 24 hours.
No matter how you feel about the season ahead, these upcoming November and December weeks provide plenty of excuses to happily cozy up indoors—or to get out into that fresh PNW air—with those you love most.
There are few better things than getting to step beyond one’s day-to-day routine, encouraging a fresh view on life (and one’s own city).
Seattle has been getting a ton of talented artists (both up-and-coming and established) coming through. Here are 10 shows we’re looking forward to next month.