For Walk Score founder Matt Lerner, the key to urban sanity is affordable housing and nonmotorized transport. As co-chair of this year’s Seattle Design Festival, he’s hoping to showcase both.
Nicole Brodeur chats with Santa — and other do-gooders — at the Signature Cocktail Contest.
Steve Gleason talks about the impact that the Ice Bucket Challenge has had on fundraising and awareness of ALS.
Nicole Brodeur drops in on the Auction of Washington Wines Weekend and the Soiree Blanc.
After 31 years, Speight Jenkins is honored as he departs Seattle Opera; Brooks honors inspiring running coaches from around the country; and the Obliteride returns with its annual effort to roll over cancer.
The Butch Blum store turns 40 — fashionably. And the Seafair Ball raises money for the USO.
Seattle ice-cream queen and proud former Girl Scout Molly Moon Neitzel is heading a fundraising glamping trip to support her childhood haven.
Stewardship Partners’ Feast on the Farm gets rained on, but raises $75,000 for aquatic habitats; and punker-turned-music business guru Martin Atkins stops by the Tractor Tavern for a lecture.
Thirty years after photographer Mary Ellen Mark and her husband, filmmaker Martin Bell, made the landmark documentary “Streetwise” about homeless Seattle teens, the pair returns to revisit the subjects of the film.
Ted Kennedy Watson classes up the Met Market; the fashionably repurposed jackboots you’ve been waiting for; Bremerton’s Swiffer celebs; and Lena Dunham is coming.
KEXP begins its public fundraising push for its planned new home at Seattle Center, and the Woodland Park Zoo throws its annual fundraiser.