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Free Seattle Museums: The Ultimate Guide

Rain, rain, go away. Well, if you know a thing or two about Seattle, you’ll know it likely won’t. But don’t let that stop you! While a rainy day may not be ideal for a picnic at Golden Gardens Park, boating around Lake Washington, or strolling through downtown, rainy days are perfect for discovering the […]

Seattle’s SeaTac Taxi Controversy Continues

=================================== Dear STITA Clients, Customers, Passengers: In the last week, a story appearing in the local media was based on untrue assertions about STITA Taxi’s current status. I am writing to assure you that STITA is very much in business, is committed to honor our account agreements, and continues to serve our loyal customers and […]

Seattle Art Museum – Top Ten Exhibits

Over the holidays, many people will travel to Seattle to visit family, and to explore the various festivities our fine city has to offer. However, during these winter months good weather is hard to come by. It’s either the rainy season, or if you’re lucky and the sun is shining brightly, you may see crystal […]

Theo’s Chocolate Factory Tour in Fremont

Fremont is home to: giant rock trolls, blue bridges, ivy hedges shaped like a brontosaurus family, colorful boutiques, book stores, restaurants, and a high-energy nightlife. As I snack on a Chai Tea Milk Chocolate bar, I am pleased to mention that this fun-filled, artsy neighborhood plays host to a red-bricked chocolate factory as well—Theo’s Chocolate […]

Ride the Ducks Seattle – Many Hats…

How many feet deep is Lake Union? Where can you find a cigarette-burned guitar originally owned by “Layla”‘s Eric Clapton? In what part of Seattle did the first pioneers settle? What are the names of the sculptures decorating the Space Needle’s lawn? And where in Seattle can you find the country’s largest butterfly exhibit? You’ll […]

Activities and Parkour at Seattle’s Gasworks Park

The first of a Pacific Northwest Fall day can be just as beautiful as the first coming of a refreshing spring. The other day I went jogging. I was wearing long sleeves but all in all it was a very nice day. Yet there came a brisk wind and all of the sudden dried and […]

Seattle Coffee of the North

Day 2 of Seattle’s Best Cafes: Just now, as I sit down to write this among decaying sunflowers in the shade on this lovely September afternoon, to my delight a massive hawk has decided to settle in a tree above me. This can happen often in the Pacific Northwest—eagles and hawks abound in the skies […]

Coffee Art + Chocolate + Music = Happiness

Day 1 of Seattle’s 5 Best Caffes… The most coffee I drink in a day is one cup. Aside from late-night, college paper-writing pounding sessions, and cappuccino blizzards, coffee just hasn’t been on my list of priorities. I often wonder why??? I’m from Seattle, everyone around me guzzles it, and yeah, aside from the slight […]

Pike Place Market – Golden Rays

The Seattle sun blessed the worried Northwest with its presence again, but the forecast predicted heavy rain for Labor Day weekend. Since the weather wasn’t good my last trip, I decided to head over to Seattle (while I still had the chance) so I could write about what Pike Place Market really has to offer. […]