Walla Walla native Rock Silva is the executive chef of the award-winning Walla Walla Steak Co. “We are a hometown steakhouse [with] blue jean comfort,” he says.
Marlo Martin is the artistic director and owner of eXit SPACE (for 18 years!), theNEST and NOD Theater and artistic director of badmarmarDANCE. Martin is also a choreographer, teacher and festival producer with Seattle International Dance Festival.
Returning for its 16th season, the Seattle International Dance Festival (SIDF) is back–and after a year of virtual performances–will be held live and in person at a reduced capacity starting June 12 and running through June 19.
Those looking to tee up in luxury in Washington are in luck, as Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club in Blaine has unveiled some major capital improvements. Plus, the club is offering a public play special for community members for a limited time.
With more than 70 original pieces on display, Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture announces its newest exhibit, Heroes and Villains: The Art of the Disney Costume. It is set to open June 6, showcasing costuming never before seen outside of the Disney Fan Club Expo.
Lakeside Surf, a larger-than-life surf facility, is now open at Lake Chelan. On its heels, Slidewaters Waterpark will open after a year-long hiatus next door to Lakeside Surf on May 29.
Matt Willprecht is the assistant property manager of Kirkland Urban, a mixed-use development set on 11 acres in the heart of Downtown Kirkland. The property is home to retailers including QFC Supermarkets, Shake Shack, Mud Bay, Power Hour 360, Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy and more.
Featuring four days of breathtaking jazz performances at 10 different wineries and venues, the third-annual Lake Chelan Wine and Jazz Festival is set to celebrate Washington’s good tunes and grapes May 20 to May 23.
Dezmon Campos is the executive chef at Tendrils Restaurant at SageCliffe Resort & Spa in Quincy. There, he offers an extravagant fine-dining experience, always sourcing fresh, local ingredients in a beautiful setting.
Aaron Lindstrom’s job is one that most have only dreamt about having; he is the chocolate education and outreach manager for Theo Chocolate, a Seattle company he joined seven years ago. Theo Chocolate is currently hosting a pop-up shop at Periodic in South Lake Union, through May 13.