Give some money — and some hair — to support breast cancer research.
Chef John Howie will shave his own head — and he invites the rest of us to do the same! Mother, friend, wife and John Howie employee, Tomoko Bryant was diagnosed with breast cancer in September. (more…)
New youth organization provides opportunities for Puget Sound kiddos.
Stir your inner-daredevil at this one-of-a-kind fitness center.
If exercise is monotonous, then summer is the time to reinvent the mundane. Being active should invigorate the soul and challenge the mind. Occasionally, the body needs something new and exciting to quash the frustrations of everyday life. The art of the flying trapeze could be exactly what you need. (more…)
Our local expert recommends some challenging (and rewarding) hiking spots.
Summertime is a great time to improve your health and get in shape. In Seattle, it also means that, occasionally, the rain quits long enough for us to step outside and enjoy the natural world. So, for the first installment of this four-part column, we will look at some hiking trails around the Northwest that should get your feet moving. (more…)
Where will you be when the Fourth of July sky starts booming?
The July 4th festivities that will commence this Monday afternoon/evening/night are a time-honored American tradition. Nothing quite says summer in the States like laying out a big blanket under the sun, flinging around a Frisbee and consuming exorbitant amounts of fried chicken, Waldorf salad and refreshing microbrew (or Miller High Life, if that’s your poison). (more…)
A relaxing getaway is closer than you think at this urban B&B.
Tucked into the lush, wooded streets of a student-populated neighborhood, Chambered Nautilus Bed & Breakfast Inn is a hidden gem of the University of Washington district. (more…)