The week of Sept. 13 brings Sweet Week, heirloom tomatoes, big names at the Washington State Fair and Kirkland Arts Center and beer.
As he leaves his post as ACT Theatre’s artistic director, Kurt Beattie stages a new play dear to his heart.
As the seasons change, two more Sundays remain to get out and enjoy a Seattle summer tradition.
A benzodiazepine medication like alprazolam (Xanax), frequently used to treat anxiety, can put a damper on libido and interfere with sexual function.
“The Day the Crayons Came Home” top local seller in local youth market.
Spotlight is on policies of tour businesses and wineries after a group of women was booted from Napa Valley Wine Train for being too noisy.
State officials have closed shipboard bars to save money on labor costs, creating a summer of discontent for ferry travelers.
Justin Gifford’s “Street Poison: The Biography of Iceberg Slim” is the biography of an American pimp and author whose writings and lifestyle influenced a generation of hip-hop musicians.
Former Seattle resident Stephanie Clifford’s debut novel “Everybody Rise” tells of a desperate young social climber who tries to infiltrate the Park Avenue set. She appears Sept. 19 at Town Hall Seattle and Sept. 22 at Ravenna Third Place Books.
David Maraniss’ new book “Once in a Great City” looks at the city of Detroit at its apex in the 1960s, a thrumming, thriving city that was about to experience one of the greatest declines of any urban area in America.
‘Rising Strong’ leads nonfiction sales.
Readers rant about WSDOT toll amnesty, graffiti, perpetual garage sale, and large purses not allowed at Seahawks game; rave about Seattle Animal Control, ride from a stranger, Seattle Parks, Seattle Center playground and living in Tacoma.
New works of crime fiction reviewed by Adam Woog include new books by Peter May, Charles Belfoure, Robert Dugoni and Maia Chance.
Adams becomes first true freshman lineman to play for Chris Petersen.
John Gibson, a married father of two, took his own life after the now-infamous cheating website was hacked.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. won a unanimous decision over Andre Berto in Las Vegas, improving to 49-0 in what he insists was his final fight.
His goal in the 82nd minute prevented Seattle (13-13-3) from losing on the road for the ninth time in 10 games.
Danny Olivas scored in the eighth minute and Keenan dePinna and Gabe Kellum added insurance goals for the fifth-ranked Seattle Pacific men, who completed their nonconference soccer slate Saturday with a 3-0 triumph over Cal State East Bay in Hayward.
Postgame video of Lloyd McClendon, notes, links to highlights and stories and the boxscore from Seattle's 7-2 win over the Colorado Rockies on Saturday night at Safeco Field.
The 43-year-old rider crossed the centerline and struck the oncoming patrol car, a State Patrol trooper reported.