Music festival season has started! Here’s one you may not of heard of yet, Noise for the Needy (NFTN). Party for a cause? Sign me up! (more…)
Over the weekend Visit Seattle hosted Taste Washington at CenturyLink Field Event Center, treating nearly 3,000 Seattleite foodies to tastes from over 50 Pacific Northwest restaurants and pours from 750 featured wines. (more…)
Reclaiming your hipster.
This month five Seattleites share a piece of their passion in a YouTube series that features the young and hip. From beer and bars to wax bodies and furniture made of garbage – the different personalities and entrepreneurial endeavors are what make these individuals today’s American Hipster.
These days, you can consider Michael Huang your unofficial agent. Social media executive, band manager, promoter, and mentor are just some his hats.
If you’ve got a passion to make a difference, Michael Huang will show you you’re not alone. Over the years he’s surrounded himself with like-minded innovators and trailblazers. From nonprofits and technology to music and dance, it’s all good when it’s for the better good.
Thousand Foot Krutch, The Gothard Sisters, The Seattle Firefighters Pipes, the NW Symphony Orchestra, and more
We love stories about Seattleites doing great things around the world and giving back locally – Mateo Messina is one of them. He’s a Grammy Award-winning composer, a West Seattle native, and creator of the Annual Benefit Concert for Seattle Children’s Hospital at Benaroya Hall. Join him this month in a celebration of the enduring voice and unbreakable spirit of Seattle Children’s patients.
Making love is taking all my time
Luc & The Lovingtons have been around for a few years now. They’re one of those bands that are still under the radar but doing big things in their own way: connecting (more…)
What’s in your cup? When do you try your luck?
Get ready for another year of Heineken City Arts Festival. Put on your scarf and boots for this one. The festival takes place just as the temperature drops. You can catch the shows scattered around town at venues like Neumos, Fred Wildlife Refuge, Culture Club, (more…)