10th Annual Fremont Troll Stroll

1:00 pm to 5:00 pm–Seattle’s Fremont Neighborhood Saturday, April 16th will mark the 10th Annual Fremont Troll Stroll. Over the last nine years, this great even has raised over $250,000 to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This wouldn’t be possible without all of you! Be a part of something special as we celebrate this amazing […]

What’s New Pussycat?

My family and I recently spent an entire day visiting the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma with some friends. The day started out lovely but as no surprise, the rains soon came. We were actually quite pleased and surprised to find a small gift shop selling umbrellas at a reasonable price. Armed with […]

Husky Spring Press Conference

Husky Head Coach Steve Sarkisian spent around 40 minutes on March 29 talking to the press to kick off the start of spring practices. The big news is that Kelani Aldrich and Mykena Ikehara have retired due to chronic knee problems. Neither player was expected to start this fall but both were capable of adding […]

An Urban Lake

Gouged out by a glacier more than 12,000 years ago, Lake Union is now one of the world’s most urban. At the geographic and population center of Seattle, the lake supports every conceivable use Industry, residences near and on the water, a major fish run, birds and other animals, the dumping of storm water and […]

Local Chef and Restaurant Owner Dies at 38

Scott Simpson, chef, entrepreneur and business owner, passed away last week at age 38. Simpson was best known around town for his creative spirit and culinary delights. Many South Lake Union locals will recall him from his popular Lunchbox Laboratory located on Thomas Street near REI. The creative chef previously graced the University District area […]

Kurt Cobain’s Brick

Joe and Maxine were longtime Madison Park renters before moving to a suburb in the late 90s. They longed to own their own home, and, painful as the decision was to leave the city, they decided the pros outweighed the cons. They did involve their son Jacob in the decision making process, and at 12 […]

Ask The Universe

Dear Universe, I’m a late 40s male who only recently started to wear baseball caps. I know I know, I’m decades late, but I really liked using gel and hats never really worked for me until I got older. They always fit funny or made me look like a duck or something. Anyway, now I’m […]

Upcoming Mercer Corridor Closures

The Seattle Department of Transportation has announced the first weekend when they will close all Interstate 5 on- and off-ramps at Mercer Street. The first closure begins at 1 a.m. on Saturday, April 16 and lasts for 48 hours. The ramps will reopen on Monday morning at 1 a.m. There will be signed detours around […]

Dina Martina Live in Seattle

The talented Grady West makes an amazing transformation into the seriously warped Dina Martina. She will delight audience members with a variety of wild costumes, funny videos, and over-the-top songs. During the entire month of April, Seattle Belltown hotspot Re-Bar is welcoming the hilarious antics of Drag Goddess Dina Martina. Dina and her long-time accompanist […]

Lofi: A House Party that Actually has a License

Eastlake Ave’s Lofi does not look like much from the outside, but that is sort of the point. Walking through a long dark hallway into the candle lit back bar/performance area feels a bit like discovering an oasis in a desert. Scott Behrens owns the eight-year-old venue that has become one of the neighborhood’s favorite […]