If you’ve been wondering what Molly Mesnick, the runner-up-turned-ultimate-winner of Seattle dad Jason’s “The Bachelor” season, has been up to, look no further than Pure Barre. The local celebrity and former “Bachelor” contestant is currently pregnant with her and Jason’s first child and is yet another “Bachelor” alum who is also a barre advocate (see: Lindzi Cox and Catherine Giudici for The Bar Method).
Sprechen Sie Deutsh? If you don’t, you’d better get out your Rosetta Stone because you’ll want to know such phrases as:
A Bier, bittschen (“One beer, please”)
(Fair warning: I’m about to drop almost every ‘80s phrase I know.)
Like, OK, so, are you totally up for doing something radical? Like, drinking for a cause? No duh. Like I even had to ask!
The weekend of everything football and bro-food (think: pizza and unlimited chicken wings) is upon us! What are you doing for Super Bowl XLVII?
In case you missed the Capitol Hill, Bellevue and Kirkland dishcrawls last year, you’ll have another chance to stroll the streets with strangers in search of eats on Feb. 6 in Belltown. (For those of you unfamiliar with Seattle neighborhoods, Belltown is usually referred to as the stretch of city
Skyline Socks will outfit you with your new favorite pair of toe warmers.
What’s a person to do without socks? Sure, there are a couple months out of the year that we get to forgo this jilted article of clothing in favor of flip-flops, Chacos, or strappy sandals, but for the other ten months they’re actually pretty useful.
Lake Union boating at its steamiest.
Every Seattleite knows Summer in the Northwest doesn’t officially begin until after July 4th.
Break out the Otter Pops, shake the dust off that ceiling fan, and lather on the sunscreen for our guaranteed four or five days of sweltering weather. For the rest of our Summer days, you might be more inclined
A few of our favorite food trucks serving up delicious grub on a corner near you.
We have truly become obsessed with food. Not obsessed in a creepy, stalker-like way but more of a fanatical, passionate, “I-really-care-about-what-I-am-consuming” way.
Affordable and luxurious public transportation from SEA to PDX at its finest.
Bike, train, plane, scooter, magic carpet—really any mode of transportation at this point has to be cheaper than traveling by car. Cheaper, yes—but convenient, comfortable and prompt are not all adjectives typically