Category Archives: Shop Seattle

2 seriously stabbed at LA Target store; suspicious move

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man walked into a downtown Target store on Tuesday and stabbed and seriously injured two people, including a 9-year-old boy, before being shot by a security guard, police said. . The stabbings took place shortly before 6:30 p.m. in the Target store at FIGat7th, a large, multi-level open shopping center […]

WA Democrat Marie Gluesenkamp Perez is close to victory over Joe Kent

Democrat Marie Gluesenkamp Perez maintained her lead over Republican Joe Kent in Friday’s recount, leaving her in position for a likely surprise pickup for Democrats in Washington’s latest undecided House race. With the new vote tally released Friday night, Gluesenkamp Perez won 51% of the vote to Kent’s 49%. While Kent has gained ground, the […]

1 dead, more than a dozen sick following an epidemic linked to delicatessen

An outbreak of food poisoning linked to cold cuts and cheese has sickened 16 people, one of whom died, U.S. health officials said Wednesday. Most were hospitalized and illness resulted in the loss of a pregnancy, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The illnesses date back to April last year with the […]

Macy’s plans to invest millions to fund minority-owned businesses

Robin Wilson has been very successful since starting her home textile business, Clean Design Home, in 2000. Her hypoallergenic products have been sold at Bed Bath & Beyond, and she has filled large orders for a hotel chain. Its products are also available in 50 Macy’s stores across the United States, which has generated millions […]

‘Lady of the Dunes’ husband killed in Provincetown in 1974 was also suspected in 1960 Seattle double murder

The 1960 disappearance and alleged murder of Muldavin’s former wife and teenage daughter-in-law from the Seattle home they shared was widely reported at the time in newspapers across the country. These accounts portrayed Muldavin as a soft-spoken con man who operated a small antique store in Seattle, stole $10,000 from a former brother-in-law, and reinvented […]

Nordstrom Rack will open a new location in San Luis Obispo, CA

SEATTLE, November 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Seattlefashion retailer Nordstrom, Inc.. (NYSE: JWN) announced plans to open a new Nordstrom Rack in the fall of 2023. The new store will be located at SLO Promenade in San Luis Obispo, California. “We look forward to opening this new Nordstrom Rack store in the San Luis Obispo community, […]

Seattle federal judge rules in favor of baristas in bikinis over dress | New

EVERETT, Wash. — A Washington city dress code ordinance stipulating that baristas in bikinis must cover their bodies while on the job has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal court. The ruling in a partial summary judgment this week comes after a long legal battle between bikini-clad baristas and the city of Everett over workers’ […]

Jo Koy pretends to be his mother to the Tacoma Dome

Jo Koy is not afraid of the word “specific”. Her stand-up routine features an impression of her Filipino single mother, with an accent and headbutts. This summer he starred in the movie Easter Sunday, a fictionalized version of his own Filipino family vacation that begins with competitive cooking and ends with karaoke. […]

Delia Carlota Cano, who founded a sportswear manufacturing company in Seattle, dies at 96

Delia Carlota Cano’s life has been a series of remarkable journeys. Some were as vast as the distance from his hometown in rural Peru to Seattle in 1957 – a journey that involved four long flights with three young children in tow, speaking no English, heading into an unknown new life. Some were as tiny […]

Sailors Off-Season Mission: Bolster Offense While Preserving Chemistry

At their season-ending press conference on Wednesday, Mariners executives raved at length about the rare chemistry that existed within their groundbreaking 2022 squad. It was a selfless team, they said. It was a fun team. It was a balanced team. It was a connected team. President of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto, General Manager Justin Hollander […]

Bodies found in Oklahoma River deepens mystery of 4 missing friends

Police in a small town in Oklahoma found four bodies in a river on Friday, three days after they said four men, all described as friends, were missing. The discovery of the bodies deepened the mystery surrounding the missing men in Okmulgee, a town of about 11,000 people about 40 miles south of Tulsa. Police […]

Union vote at Home Depot store in Philadelphia scheduled for November

NEW YORK (AP) — The federal labor commission has scheduled a vote in November on a petition by workers at Home Depot in Philadelphia to form what could be the first storewide union at the largest home improvement retailer in the world. world. The National Labor Relations Board said Wednesday that the vote will take […]

West Seattle Blog… | Rainier Hair Studio: Welcome, new sponsor of the West Seattle blog!

Today we welcome a new WSB sponsor, Rainier Hair Studio. WSB’s new sponsors have the opportunity to tell you about themselves; Here is what Rainier Hair Studio wants you to know: Rainier Hair Studio finally opened its doors after entering the old Illusions space at 5619 California SW. Rainier is a gender-neutral studio that focuses […]

Asian grocer Viet-Wah closes Seattle store after 41 years

After more than 40 years, the beloved Asian grocery store, Viet-Wah, has closed its doors in Seattle for good. Owner and founder Duc Tran arrived in the city in 1976 as a refugee after the Vietnam War. He opened the Asian market after struggling to find some ingredients to cook Vietnamese dishes. What started as […]

New Order & Pet Shop Boys brought synthpop classics to Madison Square Garden (photos, setlists, video)

After hitting Brooklyn on Friday, New order and Pet Shop Boys‘Unity Tour returned to New York on Wednesday (09/28) at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan. Photos by Ellen Qbertplaya are in this position. Turning things around from the Brooklyn show, New Order went first, marching to Wagner’s “Das Rheingold: Vorspiel” and delivering a solid set […]

White House conference focuses on fighting hunger

For months, Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas has had to waitlist families hoping to join a pantry program, as the nonprofit and other charities struggle to meet the growing demand amid rising food prices and the end of federal pandemic relief assistance. Families who attend the food bank, which is stocked like a grocery store […]

On the run a long time ago, CJ Curtis and his cafe help survivors of sex trafficking

CJ Curtis is the creative force behind Garden Coffee & Local Eats in the Spokane Valley which opened in 2019. She designed the space to bring people together over coffee, healthy food and a calm atmosphere. Curtis also applies his skills — and 88 cents from the sale of some items — to the rescue […]

T’Chalaween 2022 | South Seattle Emerald

The South Seattle Emerald present. . . Sat., Oct. 29, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. T’Chalaween is a parade of socially distanced costumes along Beacon Hill’s Stay Healthy Street. 🎃 The masks are obligatory — those that block germs! COSTUME PARADE! CANDY! 👏 FREE! But wait, There is more! The Southern Public Market will host […]

Trendy Retailer Opens 4 New Stores in New Jersey

Showcase, a retailer known for the “hottest trends,” is opening new locations across the Garden State. They already have stores in Freehold and Bridgewater. The new ones will be at Paramus, Rockaway and Edison as well as the Willowbrook Mall in Wayne, which is now open. Attachment – Willowbrook Mall “We are thrilled to open […]

Costco is selling a Disney Christmas tree that plays 8 holiday songs

it’s the season (sort of). Kristine Arneson September 19, 2022 It’s never too early for a Disney Christmas Costco If you’re headed to Costco for one of the many reasons, from cheap gas to rotisserie chickens, you’ll want to consider starting the holiday early – or laying out your game plan well in advance – […]

West Seattle Blog… | West Seattle Art Boutique and Art Shop

When: September 17, 2022 @ 10:00 – 17:00 2022-09-17T10:00:00-07:00 2022-09-17T17:00:00-07:00 The West Seattle Art Boutique and Art Shop it’s this Saturday, September 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.! This new community-wide arts event features dozens and dozens of artists at more stops throughout West Seattle. On this free, self-guided tour, visitors will discover all […]

Explore the wild coast of Vancouver Island

Going to Vancouver Island started out as an idea to get my husband surfing, but it turned into a week-long family adventure on this beautiful coast. Filled with miles of accessible beaches, moss-filled forests and the home of Pacific Rim National Park ReserveVancouver Island’s west coast is an ideal destination for families looking to explore […]

West Seattle Art Hop & Shop will feature over 75 artists on September 17

The West Seattle Art Hop & Shop is this Saturday, September 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.! This new community-wide arts event features more than 75 artists at 41 stops throughout West Seattle. On this free, self-guided tour, visitors will discover all kinds of local artists and creators as they hop and shop across […]

Queen as merchandise, muse for artists, fans

For a lifetime, she was everywhere at once. Queen Elizabeth II was a historical sovereign, of course, but she was also a commodity, an artist’s muse, a vehicle for self-expression in the streets, many streets in fact, far beyond those of the Britain. At 96, Britain’s longest-serving monarch died on September 8 after a 70-year […]

Seattle mourns the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – KIRO 7 News Seattle

SEATTLE — Queen Elizabeth was no stranger to Seattle, making a royal visit in 1983. Now, in turn, the people of Seattle are mourning the end of an era. Many residents have reflected on his life by visiting English-influenced restaurants in the Emerald City. At the George and Dragon, a British-inspired pub in Fremont, people […]

West Seattle Blog… | 17 things to know for the rest of your Tuesday in West Seattle

(Seal, photographed at Constellation Park earlier this week by Marc Milrod) Busy Tuesday – here’s what you need to know, mostly (but not entirely) from the WSB West Seattle Events Calendar: DROP BLOCK CLEANING: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. today, West Seattle High Schoolentrance on the north side of (3000 California SW) will be the […]

West Seattle Blog… | BIZNOTE FOLLOW-UP: The Future of Clicking! Design That Fits Set Soon

(Photo courtesy of Click! Design That Fits) Today, Click on! Design that adapts in The Junction is closed in memory of the co-founder Frances Smershwho passed away a year ago today. Frances and Click! co-founder John Smersh says the future of the store (4540 California SW; WSB sponsor) is about to be decided, one way […]

Lululemon’s Military, First Aid & Medical Discount Takes 15% Off Your Purchase

Here’s how to find out if you’re eligible to save 15% on lululemon purchases. Kristine Arneson August 29, 2022Updated: August 29, 2022 12:13 p.m. Athletic brand lululemon is offering a 15% discount to military personnel and medical personnel. lululemon Lululemon comes up quite often in these virtual pages, whether it’s the expansion of its men’s […]

Greg Lehman talks shop about the subject and framing of your photography | Lifestyles

The framing of an image is the essence of photography, but not just a subject. So much goes into what you include in the final image – identifying your main subject, what’s in the foreground and what’s in the background, how much to include in the frame and what to omit. Even the direction of […]

Delta 12Status Brings Priority Boarding Back to Seahawks Fans

As the football season kicks off, Delta and the Seattle Seahawks have once again teamed up to reward Seahawks fans and Delta customers for their loyalty. This year, Delta is adding a few new perks and reinstating priority boarding access for fans ready to cheer on their team as 12Status members. Originally launched ahead of […]

Mercer Street Books has become a world-famous neighborhood bookstore

Neighborhood readings For nearly 40 consecutive years, the sunny storefront of 7 Mercer Street has housed women-owned bookstores. Titlewave Books – said to have been playwright August Wilson’s favorite bookstore in Seattle – graced the address for more than two decades before closing in 2004. Jamie Lutton later turned the space into an outpost of […]

Cast and Creative Team Announced for LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS at Village Theater

Village Theater has announced the cast and creative team for its 2022/23 season-opening production of the Tony Award-winning Broadway classic, Little Shop of Horrors, by award winners Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. Starring local actors Kyle Nicholas Anderson as Seymour and Shanelle Nicole Leonard as Audrey, Little Shop of Horrors will take place in Issaquah […]

Lawsuit Alleging Revived Off-Camera Jail Shots

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A federal appeals court cleared the way Friday for a lawsuit against guards and officials at a private northern Louisiana prison where an inmate died with a fractured skull in 2015. . The lawsuit filed by family members of Erie Moore includes allegations that guards at Monroe’s Richwood Correctional Center occasionally […]

A look at the skinniest skyscraper in the world: the Steinway Tower

NEW YORK (AP) — One skyscraper stands out from the rest in the Manhattan skyline. It’s not the tallest, but it’s the skinniest – the skinniest in the world, in fact. The 84-story Steinway residential tower, designed by New York-based architecture firm SHoP Architects, earns the title of “the world’s tallest skyscraper” thanks to its […]

Starbucks asks labor board to temporarily suspend union votes

Starbucks is asking the National Labor Relations Board to temporarily suspend all union elections at its U.S. stores in response to allegations of poor coordination between regional NLRB officials and the union. In a letter sent Monday to the NLRB, Starbucks said an unnamed government official informed the company of numerous problems at the NLRB […]

Here’s what’s going on inside the vandalized Bellingham store

Wink Wink Boutique opened on Friday, August 12, after a week-long closure because five men threw fist-sized rocks through its windows in an apparently politically motivated attack. “People have been coming in all week to shop as we prepared to reopen the store,” owner Jenn Mason told the Bellingham Herald. “We’re thrilled to open our […]

Sustainable shopping is all the rage at Columbia City’s Eileen Fisher Renew

Search for “textile waste” and you’ll find a jaw-dropping array of statistics. Clothing is being produced and discarded at an alarming rate, generating millions of pounds of textile waste that sits (and rots) in landfills. A brand that tackles textile waste head-on is Eileen Fisher renew, Eileen Fisher’s trade-in and resale program. Renew buys back […]

Abrams calls for using budget surplus to invest in Georgians

DECATUR, Ga. (AP) — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams argues it’s time for Georgia to use its budget surplus to invest in its residents, accusing Gov. Brian Kemp and other Republicans of harming the state by prioritizing low taxes and low spending. While the state has $7 billion in additional funds, Abrams has proposed $1 […]

Aaron Judge will sign a ball that hit the owner of a pizza place in Brooklyn

New York’s top judge has ruled in favor of the high-profile Yankees fan he inadvertently injured. After being prompted by The Post, Bombers home run king Aaron Judge agreed to meet with Brooklyn pizzeria owner Paul Giannone, 68, and sign the baseball that fouls on his bat and skinned the fan in the head, a […]

Some WA schools opt for ‘show what you know’ system over letter grades

Misael Olivaras was late for his English class almost every day last year. He was often too engrossed in his hands-on airplane-making lessons to follow one of his least favorite subjects. Future high school senior Elma – stuck between Aberdeen and Olympia – excels in math and applied manufacturing skills, including measuring, drilling and using […]

5 of Seattle’s tastiest new restaurants to savor in August

Seattle and good food go together like PB&J, which is why we’re always excited about new restaurants. If you’ve been waiting to eat out or are curious about which restaurants will open in the future, we’ve got you covered. From bars to restaurants, you’ll have no trouble finding new places to visit. Here are 5 […]

Jack Spillane of New Bedford Light on Star Store, Dunn Trial

New Bedford Light columnist Jack Spillane offers insight and informed opinions on the news of the day. You may not always agree with him, but his writing always makes you think. It is a pleasure to welcome Spillane town square sunday on a periodic basis to offer insight into important stories on the South Coast. […]

Pokemon Go players plagued by Facebook login error at GO Fest Seattle

Zackerie Fairfax. Last update: July 22, 2022 Pokemon Go Fest Seattle 2022 promises a weekend full of exciting gameplay in Washington, but a connection error for Facebook users caused an untimely plague during the event. In addition to the annual global Go Fest, Pokemon Go hosts several city-specific events around the world. And this weekend, […]

Even Woke Starbucks determines LA and Seattle are unsafe

Comment Last week, Starbucks announced the closure of sixteen stores it deemed “unsafe to continue operating”. Twelve of the sixteen stores are in Seattle and Los Angeles, two of America’s most progressive cities. The other closings also occurred in progressive cities: Portland, Philadelphia and Washington DC. There were no shutdowns in Texas or Florida. Perhaps […]

Electric motorcycles flood Havana amid diesel shortages

HAVANA (AP) — Young people ride their electric motorcycles back and forth on this highway outside the Cuban capital where they perform stunts and talk about their two-wheelers, which would be largely silent if not there was no music from the speakers. Cuba has been inundated in recent years with “motorinas”, as electric scooters are […]

West Seattle Blog… | Sudhi Tirnahalli’s work in Rain City Clay

When: July 14, 2022 @ 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 2022-07-14T17:00:00-07:00 2022-07-14T20:00:00-07:00 Where: 4208 SW 100thWest of Seattle Celebrate Sudhi Tirnahalli’s work over the years. Rain City Clay participates in the monthly West Seattle Art Walks hosted by variousgalleries and shops around West Seattle. We are delighted to feature artists working with clay in our […]

Amazon Prime Day is back with TV deals and Alexa is ready to click buy now

Amazon Prime Day takes place on July 12 and 13 this year, returning to its traditional July schedule after two years of maneuvering around the pandemic. The juggernaut online big sale took place in october 2020 and in June of last year. Expect other retailers to follow Amazon’s 48-hour event with their own promotions. Retailers […]

Here’s the scoop | Visit Seattle

Molly Moon’s Molly Moon’s has become one of Seattle’s iconic spots, thanks to flavors like Scout Mint (made with Thin Mint cookies) and Melted Chocolate. At her U-District store, Moon partners with neighboring cookie company Hello Robin to create delicious cookie sandwiches.2615 NE 46th St; Shug’s Soda Fountain Channel your inner child in this […]

West Seattle Blog… | Memorial scheduled for July 15 for ‘Alki Pirate’ Gerald L. Williams, 1938-2022

Family and friends will gather on July 15 to remember Gerald “Jerry” Williams, whose life included 54 years of “hacking”. Here is the memory they share with their community: Gerald “Jerry” Lawrence Williams died June 26, 2022 of pneumonia in Manson, WA while on a family vacation with his beloved wife Susan by his side. […]

From Seattle, head to Bellingham for active days and mouth-watering nights

You can get from Seattle to Bellingham, WA by going 90 miles straight on the highway, but you shouldn’t have to. The best route to this small town nestled where the mighty Cascade mountain range meets the sea may be more scenic and enjoyable. Exit Interstate 5 approximately 15 miles south of Bellingham to make […]

String together 8 stunning murals on this short walk through Wallingford

One foot in front of the other There are plenty of murals in Seattle, but few seem to stay as consistent as those in Wallingford, where you can find eight notable murals on a short walk. Many pieces along this 2.1-mile promenade are neighborhood regulars, often commissioned by the small businesses they adorn. Take the […]

The Outlet Collection | Seattle welcomes BoxLunch as its latest addition

Citizen specialty retailer BoxLunch opened June 25 at The Outlet Collection | Seattle. Civic-minded specialty retailer offers a curated collection of licensed and unlicensed merchandise The Outlet Collection in Auburn welcomes BoxLunch as the newest addition to downtown’s diverse selection of options for shoppers. The web-based + brick-and-mortar specialty retailer, which offers a curated […]

Join Sounders FC at the annual Pride Match this Saturday to enjoy plenty of match day activities

Tomorrow, June 25, as Sounders FC hosts Sporting Kansas City in a nationally televised contest on ABC (12:00 p.m. PT/ABC, ESPN Deportes, 93.3 KJR FM, El Rey 1360 AM), the club celebrates pride month with its annual Pride Match, presented by Starbucks with a variety of special activities on match days. The game is also […]

Seattle’s Most Anticipated Restaurants Opening Summer 2022

Even though pandemic-related labor shortages and supply chain lockdowns haven’t really gone away, Seattle is once again booming with hot restaurant openings. Last month, Sea Wolf Bakers opened its highly anticipated bagel shop in Montlake, Boca Argentine Bakery and Pizzeria began serving South American pastries and pizzas in Capitol Hill, and an immersive sci-fi bar […]

Virginia GOP voters will settle crowded congressional runoffs

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Voters in Virginia are expected to choose Republican candidates for two races on Tuesday that are expected to be among the most competitive of the year for U.S. House seats. Voters will win a four-person field in the 2nd Coastal District and a six-person field in the 7th Central District to […]

GOP hopes to carry Virginia’s success in US House races

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A GOP sweep of the 2021 Virginia statewide election — and in particular Governor Glenn Youngkin’s victory — appears to have energized the Republican field in two of the most competitive races in the country in the United States. Tuesday’s crowded Republican congressional primaries in Virginia’s 2nd and 7th districts will […]

Changes to QFC location bring Plexiglas ‘maze’, worrying and frustrating customers – KIRO 7 News Seattle

SEATTLE — Changes to a QFC store — apparently for security reasons — have some customers saying the store is going too far. Some worry about safety and getting out in an emergency. Two Seattle QFC stores now have extensive plexiglass inside, directing traffic for shoppers and limiting how people can exit. The grocery chain […]

Declining police presence in the city center? It’s not, Seattle police say – KIRO 7 News Seattle

SEATTLE — Fewer police officers in downtown Seattle, particularly along Third Avenue near Pine and Pike streets, are being noticed by some residents and businesses. With that, they say trouble is coming again. On Wednesday, there was still a mobile police station outside McDonald’s on Pine Street. In fact, there has been a near-constant police […]

China town mayor apologizes for COVID-19 lockdown response

BEIJING (AP) — The mayor of a northeastern Chinese city on the North Korean border that has been in lockdown for more than 50 days has apologized for failures in his administration’s job amid a widespread – but often disguised – dissatisfaction with the government’s heavy-handed approach to handling the pandemic. Dandong Mayor Hao Jianjun […]

Capitol Hill Plant Shop Glasswing Greenhouse reopens after pandemic hiatus | 2022

Like the green thumbs of the pandemic era spawned new outlets in the city, one of Capitol Hill’s most beloved and forward-thinking vendors remained closed long after the state’s retail restrictions eased. So far: glass wing greenhouse officially reopens at noon on Thursday, June 9. “It didn’t feel right for us to […]

Meta, Facebook’s parent company, may open a facility in Durham

Facebook’s Meta logo is seen at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California on October 28, 2021. Tony Avelar PA DURHAM Meta, Facebook’s parent company, advertises online that it has several job openings in the Triangle and its LinkedIn posts suggest the company is planning a physical presence. It remains to be seen what this […]

Nuggets: Bao Boss fire, Creamery Co. plans Lake Stevens location, Bhu-Ping closes

EVERETT – Welcome to the third edition of Nuggets, where we talk about local news, fun local facts and tips for readers. It’s been a minute (or nearly two months) since we last posted this column, so we have plenty of new food and drink developments to share. The Creamery Co. will open a location […]

Depeche Mode founding keyboardist Andy Fletcher dies at 60

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Andy “Fletch” Fletcher, the unassuming, bespectacled, red-haired keyboardist who for more than 40 years added his synth sounds to Depeche Mode hits like “Just Can’t Get Enough ” and “Personal Jesus”, died at 60. Depeche Mode announced the death of founding member Fletcher on its official social media pages. A person […]

Savvy travelers can stop wildlife trafficking from SEA Airport and beyond

One-of-a-kind educational facility empowers international travelers to prevent wildlife trafficking in the way they shop, eat and live abroad Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), Association of Zoos & Aquariums’ Wildlife Trafficking Alliance (WTA), Woodland Park Zoo, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, and Northwest Trek Wildlife Park are teaming up to unveil a first-of-its-kind interactive installation to […]

Where to Find Great Mountain Biking Trails in Every Direction from Seattle

With lush forested hills, avid trail builders, and a temperate climate conducive to year-round riding, the Pacific Northwest is one of the world’s premier regions for mountain biking. Our cool, wet spring has kept the ground moist so far, which means this summer holds promise for the grippy, high-traction trail surface that has mountain bikers […]

A cafe in Auburn to hire people with special needs

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) – Bitty and Beau’s cafe will open in Auburn in July and is looking to hire 25 employees. The North Carolina-based company proudly employs people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. “I honestly cried when I read we had a place like this,” said Katie Grizzle, the mother of an 8-year-old son with […]

Biddeford Starbucks store becomes first in Maine to announce labor campaign

Workers at a Starbucks store in Biddeford announced their intention to unionize Friday, becoming the first Maine store to do so as employees at dozens of Starbucks stores across the country have sought to unionize. Six Biddeford employees publicly signed a letter addressed to Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz and filed an electoral petition with the […]

The best home accessory in a stressful time? A disco ball | Seattle Times

A hair salon set up in an old church is unexpected. Add a chandelier made of at least 20 disco balls? It’s a good time, says Yoshi Burke, the salon’s owner. Burke opened the aptly named Disco Salon in Atlanta’s Grant Park neighborhood in March, and although the space is surrounded by stained glass, it’s […]

Openings of new restaurants in the Seattle area for 2022

May 9 CAPITOL HILL — Restaurant and food truck based in Kent Paperepas Venezuelan Cuisine brings its empanadas, arepas and platanos to Capitol Hill. The new restaurant, located in the Broadway building at 1620 Broadway, will open in the coming weeks. CAPITOL HILL — Marco Casas Beaux, the man behind Boca Restobar restaurants, is opening […]

Celebrate Mother’s Day at Pike Place Market and more fun around Seattle

What’s happening May 6-12? Celebrate role models, mother figures and/or that special someone in your life at Pike Place Market Mom’s Market Day and flower festival. Mom’s Market Day offers plenty of festivities and flowers to enjoy with loved ones. In the North Pavilion Craft Market, find a temporary tattoo parlor featuring designs created by […]

National Teacher Appreciation Day Deals – KIRO 7 News Seattle

Tuesday is National Teacher Appreciation Day, but Teacher Appreciation Week kicked off on Monday and will continue through Friday. To show appreciation, some companies offer discounts and giveaways. Offer dates and participation may vary by location. Some companies require teachers to be signed up for email or loyalty programs or have an app. Be sure […]

A young bakery hopes to be the sweet heart of this community

For Hana Yohannes, owner of Shikorina Pastries, the best part of baking is the community building that comes from sharing something she’s baked from scratch. “Bringing people together is what excites me the most about this business,” Yohannes said on a recent sunny afternoon while sitting in the front room of the purple house that […]