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Every hour in the United States, someone is newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). MS is an unpredictable disease of the central nervous system that can cause periods of temporary or permanent disability. More than 2.5 million people worldwide, and more than four hundred thousand in the United States, are […]
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Looking for a way to contribute to the local economy, eat healthy and get some fresh air? Spending a morning, afternoon or evening at a local farmers’ market is the perfect way to take advantage of the remaining weeks of the summer season.
Not only do Seattle area markets feature […]
A model walks the runway at last year's Fashion's Night Out at The Bravern (Photo Credit: The Bravern)
Fall fashion season’s heating up. First on the agenda? Fashion’s Night Out at The Bravern on September 8th. It’s the second year the high-end retail destination’s hosted a Fashion’s Night Out celebration.
Free to attend, […]
Any cookbook that reveals the recipe for El Gaucho’s Bananas Foster is bound to be one of my favorites. So when I heard the authors of Dining In Seattle: Past & Present would be discussing the cookbook and demonstrating these recipes, I knew I couldn’t miss it.
This Thursday, the Words @ The […]
Last Friday’s Emerald Downs Event would’ve made the Royal family proud. Women slipped into their Sunday best for the ladies-only event, Hats and Heels where women decked themselves out in traditional racing attire (think: wide brimmed floppy hats, short flirty dresses and stilettos) and shopped, sipped, and watched the ponies race. The sold-out VIP […]
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Being only three hours away from the city, Lake Chelan is the ultimate Seattle weekend getaway. For years, vacationers have been making the journey to the lake, to enjoy the water, sand and sun, but if you find you want to leave the beach, there is no shortage of activities […]
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One of the best things about summer — besides those rare days when the sun is out and the weather is warm — is being able to partake in the harvest of fruits and vegetables that we wait for all year. Cherries, raspberries, blueberries, corn, green beans and zucchini are […]
The Ballard Locks
Looking for a weekend excursion that will please both the kids as well as your out-of-town guests? The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, better known as the Ballard Locks, may be Seattle’s best free tourist activity! There is something magical about the place that will have both the young and old […]
Participants in last year's Seattle AIDS Walk & 5K Run (Photo credit: Seattle AIDS Walk & 5K Run)
With back-to-school, end-of-summer activities commencing any week now, it’s time to start filling up that fall calendar. Plan a day of giving — solo or with the family in tow — with these upcoming Seattle-area […]
Whitney Stern 18K White Sanded Gold Bands with Champagne Diamonds and Purple Spinel, from the Couture Collection (Photo Credit: Whitney Stern Jewelry Design)
With fall – and a wardrobe change — just around the corner, it’s time to take inventory. And, what’s better than finding you can reuse something from seasons past […]