Seattle Welcomes New Leaders at Seattle Opera & Seattle Symphony

Seattle is very fortunate to be among a relatively small group of U.S. cities that have the “Big Three”: a top tier symphony orchestra, opera, and ballet company. Our residents and visitors enjoy hundreds of performances every year ranging from world premieres to beloved classics. As the 2019-2020 season begins, two of these venerable Seattle … [Read more…]

10 Reasons the Refract Festival is a Must-See

From October 17-20, the inaugural Refract: The Seattle Glass Experience will take place in and around Seattle. If you’re curious about what this is, and whether you should plan to attend (the answer is yes!), read on. First, a little background. The Seattle area has long been known as one of the top centers in the … [Read more…]

The Mountains Are Calling: Mount Rainier National Park

A Look at Washington State’s Three National Parks Author’s Note: This is part one in a three-part series. As a Seattle local who has lived here my whole life, I often find myself reflecting on what it is that has made me stay all these years. I think the answer becomes most obvious when I’ve … [Read more…]

30 Best Things To Do In Venice (Italy’s Beautiful Floating City)

Best Things to Do In Venice, Italy Venice, Italy Venice feels like it shouldn’t exist. Beautiful floating palaces of stone surrounded by a network of canals. Here are some of the best things to do in Venice for your first visit! Venice is one of the most popular Italian cities for tourists, even with all … [Read more…]

Happy 5th Birthday, Seattle Art Fair!

One of the highlights of summer returns August 1-4, when nearly 100 galleries from around the world exhibit at Seattle Art Fair, held at CenturyLink Field Event Center. In addition to the wide ranging gallery installations, the Fair offers daily talks, special projects, and performances. Seattle Art Fair U-Shaped Memory Foam Rebound Travel Pillow Neck … [Read more…]

70 Years of Seafair

Seafair, the unparalleled celebration of Seattle’s beautiful summer and remarkable history, turns 70 this year. With all the attendant finery and excitement that marks a big, round number we also get an opportunity to reminisce. Blue Angels flying in formation Courtesy Seafair U-Shaped Memory Foam Rebound Travel Pillow Neck Support Head Rest Airplane Sleep $12.00End … [Read more…]

Seeing Seattle with CityPASS

Emily Adams Visiting Seattle is an adventure any day of the year. Getting to see some of Seattle’s greatest attractions is something your family will never forget! Recently, our family used Seattle CityPASS to see seven of the most sought after stops in the city. MANY of these can be done in the same day. … [Read more…]

A Journey to The Museum of Flight and Destination Moon

Buzz Aldrin on the moon Courtesy The Museum of Flight “The Eagle has landed.” U-Shaped Memory Foam Rebound Travel Pillow Neck Support Head Rest Airplane Sleep $12.00End Date: Wednesday Nov-6-2019 1:59:59 PSTBuy It Now for only: $12.00Buy It Now | Add to watch list Slim Leather Travel Passport Wallet Holder RFID Blocking ID Card Case … [Read more…]

Best Things To Do In Playa Del Carmen (On The Riviera Maya)

Things to do in Playa Del Carmen Playa Del Carmen, Mexico Planning to visit Mexico soon? These are my favorite things to do in Playa del Carmen after living here for over a year. Pretty beaches, cenote swimming, Mayan ruins and more. Playa del Carmen is a fun beach town on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, part … [Read more…]

An Exploration of Boba

Seattle may be known for its coffee, but we have welcomed another caffeine kick in the Emerald City with a cult following: Boba Tea.  When I left my small hometown in Eastern Washington to live in Seattle, I landed in the midst of a city rich in culture and opportunities. Being something of a foodie … [Read more…]