Seattle Welcomes Avenue Q

Avenue Q cast photo courtesy of The Paramount Puppets singing about politics, racism, and life in the city. It’s an improbable combination, but somehow it works. I’ve seen Avenue Q twice and listened to the cast album countless more times, but I… [Read More]

Pike Place Market in the Rain

Pike Place Market photo uploaded by Matt McGee Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather. ~John Ruskin

Sneak Peek at Bumbershoot 2008

Bumbershoot 2007 in Seattle Photo uploaded by i am gina’s photos If you’re planning a trip to Seattle, WA during Labor Day weekend, then you’ll definitely want to check out Bumbershoot, which is an annual music and arts festival that attracts over… [Read More]

Urban Craft Fair

Indie Craft Show Wares Photo uploaded by hownowdesign Looking for something special to spruce up your wardrobe or home? Look no further than the IHR (I Heart Rummage) urban craft show and sale on Sunday, April 6th! Featuring over 40 of “the… [Read More]

Taste Washington through Wine

Wheel of Wines at Taste Washington Photo uploaded by tracyhunter This coming weekend of April 5th and 6th marks the arrival of the Taste Washington: The Ultimate Wine Experience at Qwest Field! Seminars with top wine experts kick off the festival with… [Read More]

Top Ten Seattle Attractions

View of Seattle Photo uploaded by fddi1  If you’re overwhelmed by all the great things to do in the city of Seattle, the visitors bureau has put together a list of the Top Things You Must See and Do in Seattle to… [Read More]

Specialty Tours of Seattle

On the Underground Tour Photo uploaded by tellumo This March and April, why not take a specialty tour of Seattle with your Go Seattle Card? The Undergound Tour is certainly unique, as it gives guests a “a humorous stroll through intriguing subterranean… [Read More]

R. Crumb Exhibit at Frye Art Museum

R. Crumb’s “Mr. Natural” Photo uploaded by odd sock The current exhibit at the Frye Art Museum is a must-see for all comic lovers! Entitled R. Crumb’s Undergorund, the show pays tribute to R. Crumb, a pioneer in the world of underground… [Read More]

Tastiest Street in Seattle

Costas Opa Photo uploaded by Jonathan Assink Attention foodies! If you’re a traveler who not only wants to experience all the great sightseeing that Seattle has to offer, but also wants to experience the culinary atmosphere of the city, this post is… [Read More]

Wine Lovers Guide to Seattle

Purple Cafe and Wine Bar Photo uploaded by rockdoggydog After a busy day of jetting around town with your Go Seattle Card, it’s time to relax with a delicious glass of wine. If you’re downtown, check out 13 Coins in the Pike… [Read More]

Tilicum Village Opens

Tilicum Village Photo uploaded by Paul Trafford Closed since December, visitors can once again visit Tilicum Village on the weekends starting March 1st! This village is world famous for its delicious traditional salmon bake and educating the public on the Northwest Coast’s… [Read More]

Winter Guide to Seattle

Crystal Mountain Photo uploaded by pixie bebe While you’re in Seattle, why not check out some of the area’s amazing ski resorts? For a quick guide to the area’s best offerings, has put together a Winter Guide to Seattle and Washington… [Read More]

Coziest Spas in America

Cups of Tea Photo uploaded by naama Warm up this winter at Ummelina, named one of the “10 Coziest Spas in the U.S.” by Travel & Leisure magazine. Visits start with a foot soak for those cold tootsies and then move on… [Read More]

Seattle Events for the Week of 2/21

February 21- 24  Check out Wintergrass at Hotel Wacoma, made up of 30 bands, dances, and workshops for the ultimate experience in bluegrass music. Thursday, February 21 (7-10 pm) Head over to the Pacific Science Center for Science with a Twist: On… [Read More]

Artists Guide to Seattle

Olympic Sculpture Park Photo uploaded by Merelymel13 According to a recent survey done by Americans for the Arts, the city of Seattle is home to more arts-related businesses and organizations per capita than any other city in the United States. Leaping from… [Read More]