Mary C. Ransdell is the executive and artistic director of The Seattle Series, which presents classical music by celebrating world-class musicians. “What a privilege it is for us—the board, volunteers, attendees—to hear and see such skill, passion, and energy in an intimate setting.”
Eric Anderson is the chef and owner of Samara, located in the Sunset Hill neighborhood of Seattle. Samara is a comfortable, intimate wood-fueled bistro offering a seasonal menu that celebrates local vegetables, sustainable seafood and heritage breed animals.
Offering stellar savings for art lovers, Seattle Museum Month returns this February. Those staying in participating Downtown Seattle hotels from Feb. 1 to Feb. 28 will be treated to an array of discounts from more than 30 area museums, like half-off (or free!) admission and more.
Thai Nguyen is the co-owner and co-chef of Ba Sa, a modern Vietnamese restaurant on Bainbridge Island that has Seattle residents ferrying over every chance they can.
Known for its snow-capped surroundings and glacier-filled waters, Downtown Lake Chelan is the ultimate winter wonderland and the perfect place to gather with loved ones and celebrate the chilly season at the annual Winterfest from Jan. 14 to Jan. 23.
Chef Brendan McGill’s The Bar at Café Hitchcock and Bruciato, both located on Bainbridge Island, are each offering a pop-up series to make the winter a bit more delicious.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and out-of-towners and locals alike are looking to get into the festive spirit in Seattle. From romantic escapes to family-friendly stays, here are just a few of Seattle’s top holiday hotel packages and specials.
Lily Verlaine is the Seattle-based producer, choreographer and burlesque star of Verlaine and McCann Present, which has been producing shows with live music, dancing, comedy and tongue-in-cheek striptease since 2006. From Dec. 8 to Dec. 29, Verlaine and McCann Present puts on Land of The Sweets: The Burlesque Nutcracker at The Triple Door in Seattle.
Courtney LeMarco is a Bellevue-based entrepreneur and executive producer of the Emmy-nominated TV show, “Hoarders.” LeMarco is also the CEO and founder of MOTSI, a beauty and lifestyle brand that offers clean skincare, cosmetics, sustainable swimwear and more.
From Nov. 4 to Nov. 28, the 41st Seattle International Comedy Competition takes place with a 17-performance tour throughout the Puget Sound area. After taking 2020 off due to the pandemic, the competition is ready to delight Seattle audiences by introducing them to some of today’s best comics.