Seattle has a real charm and appeal, an eclectic city with a cool vibe you will feel instantly. It all started when the city became popular in 1962 after hosting the World's Fair. In fact, that's where the Space Needle came from.
Seattle is home to some wonderfully quirky stops that make for a thrilling day trip though the city.
I only knew Bob Kildall during the last year of his life when he was severely afflicted with the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. His death this mont...
Watching fireworks is an exhilarating, can't-miss Fourth of July experience, but finding a spot to watch them is not. Avoid the lines and hassle this year by booking a room in one of these prime viewing spots, where the luxury of watching the show from the comfort of your room is included.
The concept of creating Seattle Women's Pride was quite elementary to inventors at The Seattle Lesbian and Seattle Pride: provide a sleek space for gay women and their friends to relax, unwind and have a little fun around Pride weekend, all while enjoying some of the most influential policymakers and entertainers around.
the department still grapples with the reality that at least half of seriously mentally ill people receive no treatment at all, a situation of possible danger to the entire community and, far more often, to themselves.
Exploring a new city this summer? We have the perfect accompaniment: wine. Check out six wine regions within driving distance of six great cities. Tip: Steal away during the week when city dwellers are back in the office and you can sip vino without the crowds.
Although summer vacations are traditionally meant for getting away and unplugging, we can't help but love these super high-tech hotels that boast some of the coolest geek-friendly amenities we've ever seen.
Does anyone actually still believe the words "trickle-down theory" have any valid meaning? Is anyone buying into this fiction that increasing the minimum wage would ruin our economy but multi-million dollar executive salaries don't increase prices at all?
If you work hard, you should make enough to live a good life and provide a better one for your kids. That's a conviction worth fighting for and a sentiment that rings true for most people, not just in Seattle but everywhere.
You know that ever since RuPaul's Drag Race Season 6 ended, you've needed your BenDeLaCreme fix. Here's your chance to enjoy our Miss Congeniality and the Terminally Delightful star as she presents all ten episodes of Capitol Hill season 1.
On Monday, Seattle struck a blow against rising inequality when its City Council unanimously adopted a citywide minimum wage of $15 an hour, the highest in the nation. This dramatic change in public policy is partly the result of changes brought about by last November's Seattle municipal elections. But it is also the consequence of years of activism in Seattle and around the country.
Bizarrely, I found myself last weekend sharing a stage with Nirvana's bassist, Krist Novoselic, which, absent context, anyone who knew me when Nirvana was changing the musical world would say is just about the least likely thing that could ever happen to me.
There's a core American value that if you work hard and play by the rules, you should be able to provide for your family and live a decent life. Today, for three million working New Yorkers, that's simply no longer true.
Why are we seeing a surge of momentum for higher minimum wages, a living wage and limits to executive compensation?
That's why every night -- as James is onstage performing Friend Like Me -- he makes a point of making eye contact with every other cast member who's out there making this eight-minute-long production number stop the show.