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Nicole Kidman recently confirmed that “Practical Magic 2" is in the works. The original film, known for its exceptionally whimsical style, was partially filmed in the San Juan Islands. Here are some nearby Airbnb and Vrbo listings that beg for rounds of midnight margaritas.
Dinner with strangers sounds intimidating — that’s why City Editor Madeline tried Timeleft first so we could tell you what’s up.
What was Seattle like at the turn of the millennium? We took a look back at the final year of the 20th century to see what life was like pre-Y2K.
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Central District is one of Seattle’s main hubs for the Black community + served as a landing place for Scandinavian, Japanese, and German-Jewish settlers.
In addition to allowing e-bikes and e-scooters on its regional trails, King County has also approved a study that could keep trails open after dark.
Looking to become a farmers market vendor? Here are some permits, resources, and general info you will need + which products each market is looking for.
The two local theatre companies both unanimously approved the exploration of a merger — here’s what we know.
The intensely popular Filipino fried chicken fast food chain Jollibee opens its first Seattle location on Friday, June 7.
The Seattle Department of Transportation’s Shoreline Street Ends program turns any shoreline at the end of a street into a public access beach.
The giant mural between Pike Place and Elliott Bay brings attention to restoration efforts and preservation.
Enjoy some community events or give back to local nonprofits for this year’s commemoration of Juneteenth.
Planning a getaway? Bellingham has all the charms of a small, coastal town with the comforts of nature and a bustling events schedule.
Seattle’s “ramps to nowhere,” which were partially demolished during WSDOT’s current Montlake project, were the result of 1963 protests — sometimes referred to as the Freeway Revolts — over the construction of a freeway that would have split the Central District in half.
Here are the Seattle Pride events coming up, from drag brunches to Queer club nights to volunteer opportunities.
Seattle locals and tourists alike can hop on these free shuttle services to ride between Pioneer Square and Denny Way, or Discovery Park’s beach and surrounding parking lots.
Seattle Parks and Rec is opening two new sports-specific hubs, refurbishing courts, and testing a new pickleball pilot program.
‘Hybrid Skin, Mythical Presence’ are performance works from Tacoma-based artist Anida Yoeu Ali.
Created by Seattle pizza company Zeeks Pizza and Oregon’s Ferment Brewing, this collaborative PNW-inspired beer will be available to take home in seasonal tallboy cans — check out the story behind the popular brew.
The big concrete columns that keep the Seattle Monorail afloat above Fifth Avenue in downtown received some brand news murals from local linocut artist Leslie Nan Moon.
Looking for a room with a sunset view? These gem’s in the Emerald City offer the perfect setting for when the sun goes down.
Don’t know much about what he brings to the hockey rink? Here’s a brief history of the Stanley Cup-winning Dan Bylsma and his career so far.
We’ll be toasting to the bountiful beverage industry across Seattle, WA from Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26, 2024.
Craving a nice, juicy patty? Check out these six burger joints around Seattle to soothe those meat-eating cravings.
Here’s the deal — the thrift and vintage shopping scene in Seattle has great finds. These are your must-see stops for a perfect haul.
As part of the Seattle International Film Festival, these films were recognized as crowd favorites with Golden Space Needle Awards.
New restaurant Ramie — owned by the same folks behind popular Bainbridge spot Ba Sa — is opening in Capitol Hill on Wednesday, May 22, serving up neighborhood Vietnamese eats.
Seattle Beer Week runs Friday, May 17-Friday, May 24, offering specials + deals on pints, flights, and good vibes all around.
Otherwise known as the Edith Macefield House, this Ballard home got its reputation after Macefield refused to sell her home to developers for $1 million, resulting in a silly looking development.
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