Saturday, July 2, 2022

Seattleite Staff

Summer Series @ Volunteer Park

This Saturday, July 2nd, is the grand opening of the newly built Volunteer Park Amphitheater! A free, all ages event celebration from 2:00 – 7:00 pm. The Schedule: 2:00pm: family friendly music & activities begin4:00pm: keynote speakers5:00pm: evening...

June 5th Pop Up: Makers and Bakers In Support of Reproductive Rights

18+ makers and bakers are coming together on Sunday June 5th to help raise funds for organizations supporting reproductive rights and access to safe abortions.  PLAN C: A BAKE SALE FOR CHOICE – Baked goods, florals, coffee, and more! Location:...

Day in Day Out 2022 Lineup & Tickets

DAY IN • DAY OUT 2022 music festival returns for the second year August 12-14 at the Fisher Green Pavilion at Seattle Center. Last year was the first year of this event and the perfect way to ease back into...

Holiday Gift Guide 2021

Here’s to a second holiday season since the Covid-19 pandemic started. While things are starting to feel normal—sans this new variant I guess—will things ever be the same? Likely there’s been more and more normalcy this year, more travel,...

Tattoo Artist Lolli Morlock at Thompson Seattle November 20-21

On November 20th and 21st Thompson Seattle is kicking off a Tattoo-Artist-In-Residency with locally renowned artist Lolli Morlock, known for her wildly creative and colorful work. What a fun and quirky event to kick off the holiday season! Lolli (@lollipoptattoos), whose books...

Shop Local at The Community Market on Sunday 10/3

20 local artists and makers are gathering for a market this coming Sunday at the Phinney Center. Rain or shine! Support your local small businesses, and maybe even start thinking about the holidays! (Too soon?) Event Details: Sunday,...

Seattleite Summer Gift Guide

It is now officially summer and the weather has certainly reflected that the past few days. For reunions with friends and family, for summer birthdays, for a treat for yourself… here are some of our favourite things right now....

Seattleite Summer Gift Guide

Does summer start on June 1st or on the Summer Solstice on June 20th? It certainly has felt like summer the past week or so! For the spring-summer transition, for reunions with friends and family, for yourself… here are...

Sustainable Sips And Recycling Tips For Earth Day (April 22) And Beyond

Seattleites are often described as outdoorsy, and how could we not be? Just look at the sheer natural beauty we’re surrounded with! After all, we live in the ‘Emerald City’, in the ‘Evergreen State’. We’re a bunch of people...

Big Little News Opens in Capitol Hill

A new shop is in town (think hipster bodega) with a big selection of thoughtfully curated specialty magazines, stationary, beer wine, champagne, and sundries—a fancy word for assorted things. Big Little News is a proudly queer and woman-owned, operated,...

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