My second 25th birthday is Tuesday (as in, I may have already celebrated a 25th birthday at some point in the past, I’m just choosing to celebrate it all over again) and all my 25-year-old heart wants is a Prairie Underground hoodie.
Most of the time (okay, 99 percent of the time) you can show up wearing jeans to just about anything in Seattle. On Friday however, we get our 1 percent, once in a blue moon, must dress-up date at Luly Yang Couture’s annual fall runway show benefiting Seattle Children’s.
A newsletter from Sea Breeze Farms arrived in my inbox today, and along with it the news they're raising turkeys (Bourbon Reds) this year. And I figured a little reminder might be helpful so that you (or, you know, your less organized friends) don't end up doing the last-minute turkey dance that you did last year.
Apparently, Nate Berkus is every bit the sweetheart he is rumored to be.
That comes from our very own Entertaining Editor Kelley Moore, who will be making her debut appearance on Berkus' new talk show tomorrow morning. She'll be sharing her tips for the perfect family reunion, from activities to decor. Watch Kelley on Kong (channel 6) at 5 p.m. tomorrow as she chats up Nate!
Last summer, Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton was tapped to direct an episode of Mad Men. (Typing "squee!!" here would be an understatement.) Acclaimed for writing and directing the small and lovely—not to mention award-winning—films We Go Way Back, My Effortless Brilliance and Humpday, Shelton is also known for her improvisational techniques.
I had a whirlwind weekend at the 11th annual Port Townsend Film Festival and it renewed my love for the area. If you need some time away, I recommend a trip to Port Townsend. Visitors can enjoy anything from a world-class film festival to simply taking a stroll along the waterfront. Below are a few suggestions for your stay.