Downtown Seattle has those fish-throwing guys at Pike Place Market, the waterfront, big culture like the Seattle Art Museum and Benaroya Hall. But there’s more to Seattle than the dressed-for-visitors experience. If you want to meet Seattle on its own terms, head to the neighborhoods for a more personal look at the city’s character.
Barb Chamberlain sees Seattle from the seat of a bicycle. As director of active transportation at the Washington State Department of Transportation, she walks the walk. Or, rides the ride, rather.
Bike-share programs abound in Seattle, but not all of this hilly city is pedal-friendly. Here’s what to know if you’re planning to wander on two wheels.
Music is inherent in Seattle’s DNA. From its grunge and punk rock past to its indie, folk, and Macklemore-fueled rap present, the city has proven time and time again that it is undeniably an epicenter of sound.
Pick your genre: Mozart's symphonies performed in the acoustically pristine Benaroya Hall, the ragged sounds of rock and roll at divey Parliament Tavern, or a thumping stadium show at KeyArena. The sound you seek is always on in Seattle.
History (in the Making)
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Memories in a sweet cup of coffee.