Interview With Andy Karuza, CEO Of Brandbuddee

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I first moved to the Seattle area in June of 2012 when my husband was transferred to McChord AFB. Having never stepped foot in the State of Washington prior to crossing the border in the moving truck near Spokane, I had no idea what this next chapter of my life held for me. Becoming [...]

Leukemia And Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night At Seattle’s Green Lake Park

Team Love posing during The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Light the Night Walk in 2012. (Photo Credit: Stacey Mertes)

Team Love posing during The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk in 2012. (Photo Credit: Stacey Mertes)

Symbolic lighted balloons glow in the encroaching night as thousands of people gather to honor and remember loved ones. Their joint efforts to raise money resonate during one special night. Hopeful friends, families, coworkers [...]

Recap: LivingSocial’s Craft Beer And Food Truck Festival In Seattle

(Photo Credit: Lesley Haenny)

A few weeks ago, I came across a sponsored Facebook post from Seattle’s LivingSocial and The World Is Fun for a Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival.

(Photo Credit: Lesley Haenny)

As a lover of brew concoctions and tasty food in general, I was sold. For $30, we would be able to sample [...]

Recap: American Youth Circus Festival 2013 In Seattle

SANCA students, Sydney Petersen (age 16) and Steven Mathews (age 15) (photo credit: David Rose Photography)

16-year-old Lisbeth Mikoleit from Pendulum Aerial Arts in Portland, OR (photo credit: David Rose Photography)

I must admit, going to a “circus” performance made primarily of kids and young adults, I was not expecting much. As a culmination of a 5-day workshop hosted by the 25,000 square foot School of Acrobatics and New [...]

Museum Of Flight’s 1935 Airliner Flies To Museum For Amelia Earhart Exhibit

(Photo Credit: Amelia Earhart Official Website)

(Photo Credit: Amelia Earhart Official Website)

Amelia Mary Earhart was and still remains a pioneer and a role model for so many women. At age 25, she broke the women’s altitude record, rising to 14,000 feet in a plane she owned. At age 31, in 1928, she became the first woman to fly [...]

Millionair Club Charity To Host Chef Showcase In Seattle

(Photo Credit: Millionair Club Charity)

On Thursday, September 19, 2013, the Millionair Club Charity will host a “Chef Showcase,” at 415 Westlake featuring Amy McCray from Eva Restaurant & Wine Bar, John Schiffman from Fresh Bistro, Corino Bonjrada from Mondello Ristorante Italiano and Ann Thibert from Sullivan’s Steakhouse.

(Photo Credit: Millionair Club Charity)

Each chef will prepare delicious [...]

College Dreams Luncheon 2013 To Benefit Seattle Education Access


The 2013 College Dream Luncheon hosted by the Seattle Education Access will be at the Westin Hotel on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 11:30 a.m. Seattle Education Access (SEA) provides higher education advocacy and opportunity to young people struggling to overcome poverty and adversity throughout King County. The luncheon will feature SEA students and [...]

San Genarro Festival To Benefit Puget Sound Blood Center

San Gennaro Festival (photo credit: San Gennaro Foundation)

As the anniversary of Patron Saint Gennaro approaches, the San Gennaro Foundation of Seattle will be having its first annual San Gennaro Festival in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle on September 7 and 8, 2013. Each year the festival will support local community efforts and donate all profits to this charity. This year’s [...]

Recap: AMDEF 2013 At Neumos In Seattle

(Photo Credit: Tero Patana)

If there was ever an event that showcased the diversity of Seattle, then AMDEF 2013 fits the bill perfectly. AMDEF also lives up to its name – Art, Music, Dance, Entertainment, Fashion – the once-a-year event truly has it all, a little something for everyone.

The 2013 AMDEF was held at Neumos in the [...]

Darigold Hosts Fun Fridge At Fremont Sunday Market Benefiting Northwest Harvest

Darigold Farmalicious Fridge during Portland, Oregon event earlier this year. (Photo Credit: Darigold)

Going to bed hungry and not having enough food to feed a family is very real in Washington. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports on food security in the United States, which means “the access by all people at all times to enough food for an active, healthy life.” In a 2011 report, 14.9% [...]

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