At the Pike Place Market Foundation’s annual fundraiser, Nicole Brodeur runs into Brandi Carlile, whose wife is expecting a baby in June. Carlile remembers her early days playing for change at the Market.
Nicole Brodeur sits down with writer Dave Barry about having daughters of dating age, the Kardashians and “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Nicole Brodeur drops in on the roast of James Keblas, recently let go as honcho of Seattle’s Office of Film + Music by Mayor Ed Murray. A few days later, Murray offers some explanation. And a revelatory breakfast for the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center.
Patty Duke, who gives the keynote address at Childhaven’s annual Celebration Luncheon March 11, talks to Nicole Brodeur about her years in Hollywood, coping with mental illness and learning from Laurence Olivier.
Capitol Hill stalwart Linda’s Tavern celebrates 20 years with a very cool collection of guests.
In the wake of the controversy surrounding the “Biggest Loser” finale, and in honor of Eating Disorder Awareness Month, Nicole Brodeur talks with Jillian Lampert of The Emily Program, a nationwide network of treatment and education facilities.
Nicole Brodeur stops by Westlake Center for the opening of the local branch of fast-fashion juggernaut Zara.
At Ada’s Technical Books on Capitol Hill, co-owner Danielle Hulton has created an inviting space that brings together the worlds of science know-how and neighborhood bookshop.
In “Love Illuminated,” Daniel Jones, editor of The New York Times’ popular Modern Love column, takes a look at relationships through the prism of the essays he has edited over the last decade.
Nicole Brodeur stops by the KCTS cooking studio for a behind-the-scenes look at the station’s “Chef’s Secrets” on-air fundraiser.
Nicole Brodeur muses on winning and losing with people who have been there, including baseball greats Rod Carew and Raul Ibañez.