The Obama administration is seeking to allay fear about the single confirmed case of Ebola in the United States, saying that despite some initial missteps the health care system is doing what needs to be done to prevent an outbreak.
Take your pick of places all over the city that serve craft brews, boutique wines, cocktails.
The author of “A Year in Provence” sings the praises of Marseille, France’s historic, tough and lively second-biggest city.
British Airways offers safety courses in a Boeing 737 cabin simulator at its flight-training center in London.
Some countries require that your passport be valid for six months beyond the start of your visit, so be sure to check the expiry date.
Broadway designer Gregg Barnes reveals the secrets behind the glitzy, high-stepping boots he created for the Tony Award-winning “Kinky Boots,” coming on tour to Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre.
The week of Oct. 5 brings farm fun, wine-tasting, and authors.
Seattle Aikikai, a not-for-profit dojo, begins a one-month “Aikido Beginner Series” on Monday, Oct. 6.
Nutritionist Carrie Dennett explains why eating produce in season is better for your health and your wallet.
A peek at Amal Alamuddin’s ensemble the day she arrived in Venice for her nuptials with George Clooney.
RAVE While leaving the casino in Tokeland, I commented to a woman how much I liked the jacket she was wearing. She thanked me, then while getting into her car, yelled across the parking lot: “Here, try it on!” She walked over, jacket in hand, I tried it on, it fit, and she said, “I
Advice columnist Carolyn Hax on how emphasis on others — putting people above things — inoculates you from becoming THAT boastful person.
Doctor says patients reluctant to be vaccinated for flu primarily because they are misinformed.
With “Lila,” Iowa novelist Marilynne Robinson completes the masterful trilogy she began in “Gilead,” as she tells the story of a troubled young woman who finds love and a kind of peace with a small-town Iowa minister.
Steve Harvey’s “Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success” tops nonfiction.
A literary time capsule, filled with books by Washington state authors, is in the works. The Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair comes to town, the third annual Lit Crawl is afoot, and Humanities Washington honors some hardworking Washingtonians.
Katy Simpson Smith’s debut novel “The Story of Land and Sea” focuses on a North Carolina coastal community whose fortunes wane as the Revolutionary War ends and the nation moves west.
In “The Glass Cage: Automation and Us,” author Nicholas Carr examines the impact on humans of the automation of much of the world’s work. Carr talks about his book Monday, Oct. 6, at Town Hall Seattle.