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Some of Seattle’s go-to places for frozen treats are participating in the statewide tour of locally owned shops serving gelato, frozen custard, yogurt, ice cream, and soft serve.
To celebrate Hoa Mai Park’s opening, Seattle Parks and Recreation will be hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony with music, food, children’s activities, and a Lion dance performance by Mak Fai Kung Fu on Saturday, July 27.
The Emerald City is well represented on the world stage at the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics — here are some Seattleites to watch.
The Graham Street Light Rail Station Project would create a new stop between stations along the 1 Line’s current track.
We’re giving you the need-to-know details on exploring Mount Rainier before booking a trip there this season.
No boat of your own? No problem. Find rentable boats around Seattle through Getmyboat — an Airbnb-like website for folks looking to do some floating around on our local waters.
Vashon Island boasts gorgeous views and comfortable spots for experiencing local culture.
The month of July signifies the true start of Seattle’s summer weather and dethawing of the Seattle Freeze. Kick start your summer with these July events including festivals, pop-ups, food, and more.
Android users can now add ORCA cards to their digital wallets, but the projected date for when Apple users can do the same has yet to be released.
Grab the lawn chairs, some snacks, and get cozy for an outdoor movie night.
Early summer’s a good time for splashing around + discovering maritime marvels.
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The new estimate confirms Seattle’s general trend of growing by ~100,000 residents every 10 years.
Living Computers: Museum + Labs, which housed a vast collection of vintage computers and internet tech, is permanently closing its doors in the SoDo neighborhood. Some of its items will head to auction soon.