Arts Category

Unique Furniture Stores of Seattle

Buy local and find those one-of-a-kind pieces you’ll never see anywhere else. Looking to add some pomp and flare to your dwelling? Yearning for a unique piece to tie the room together? Look no further. Each of the stores on this list are small, independently curated boutiques, perfect for finding one-of-a-kind furnishings, vintage pieces, and home goods with a […]

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Best of the Northwest Art and Fine Craft Show

With so much great art on view at Seattle’s museums and various art walks, it can be hard deciding which shows to prioritize. The Best of the Northwest Art and Fine Craft Show has long been a celebrated cultural event in Seattle for its carefully curated booths of more than 100 of the area’s best artists […]

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First Sign of Spring: The NW Flower and Garden Show

February 22 – 26 at the Washington State Convention Center Just when we need it most, the NW Flower and Garden Show arrives each February to provide us with a breath of spring air; providing inspiration, education and motivation for gardeners – new and old. Whether in a backyard, flower box, or rooftop, this is […]

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Why We Love Seattle Series: Frye Art Museum

Art Museums are always a labor of love by those who create them for their communities – especially when they are created, curated and then opened to the public free of charge. Charles and Emma Frye were avid art collectors and patrons of the arts, and following Charles Frye’s death in 1940, their extensive collection […]

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Pike Place Market in Autumn

Many people only think of Pike Place Market during spring and summer but the reality is that once autumn arrives and the tourists go home, Seattleites can reclaim their historic market place and enjoy it without all the crowds. Explore the Market Take time to wander the nine acres that encompasses all it has to […]

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New Orleans Food and Funk Festival

New Orleans is filled with scrumptious French-inspired Creole and Cajun food, live jazz, street performers, and an appreciation for all the temptations of life. If this sounds appealing but you don’t have time to fly to the Big Easy, we have great news for you. The New Orleans Food and Funk Festival will be happening […]

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Luminata Lanter Parade – A Festival of Dark and Light

The Luminata Lantern Parade in Fremont is happening tomorrow, September 21, 2016. Luminata is a procession of light, celebrating the arrival of the autumnal equinox and heralding the plunge into darkness that is winter. The autumnal equinox happens the moment the sun crosses the celestial equator, which is an imaginary line in the sky that […]

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Guide to Seattle Art Walks

In 1981, the Pioneer Square Art Walk was born and spawned a new culture of art walks nationwide.

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Seattle Waterfront Fun

The Seattle waterfront has always been a favorite destination for locals and tourists. Food, art, shopping, and history – the Seattle Waterfront has it all. There is a lot of fun to be had on the waterfront, regardless of the construction so don’t let that stop you this summer! The Downtown Seattle Association is now […]

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Take a Bite out of Seattle This Weekend!

Summer is especially precious in the Pacific Northwest. We endure so many months of mist, rain, dark clouds and wind, that when the heavens open for three glorious months we react something like a starving man at an all-you-can-eat buffet. Once Festival Season starts in Seattle, there are plenty of options available for outdoor entertainment, […]

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