FOOD & DRINK
Experience Authentic Mexico: 6 Unforgettable Mexican Dining Spots in Kent
In this article, we explore six delightful Mexican restaurants in Kent. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences! Please share your thoughts in the comments section below:
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Puppies Of kent, WA Need You!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to kent..
Popular Eatery Crowned Washington's Best Mexican Restaurant
Taste of Home put together a list of the best Mexican restaurant in every state.
A Culinary Journey: 3 Exceptional Latin American Restaurants in Federal Way
In this article, we explore three delightful Latin American restaurants located in Federal Way. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
7 Incredible Christmas Markets Only in Washington
Washington state has no shortage of holiday spirit. With evergreen trees everywhere you look, all you need is snow to feel like you’re in a winter wonderland. Whether you have stockings to stuff or you’re looking for a festive weekend activity for the entire family, check out these Christmas markets in Washington. 1. South Lake […]
Dinosaurs will roam Puyallup the weekend before Christmas. Here’s what you should know
There will be live dinosaur shows, bounce houses and two new dinosaurs: the Utahraptor and Giganotosaurus.
Engimono Ramen & Dim Sum: A Foodie's Perspective
Engimono Ramen & Dim Sum is a unique spot where you can find a variety of dishes like ramen, dim sum, hotpot, and Japanese curry all under one roof. I've tried a good portion of their menu and I must say, the dim sum, curry, and cha shu bun are worth a try. However, I found the fried pork donburi a tad too oily for my liking.
Join us for "Ukulele Caroling" this Sunday in Tacoma!
🎼🎄🎶 Hey there Tacoma! Are you ready to strum your way into the festive season? We've got the perfect event for you! This Sunday, grab your ukulele and head over to Eastside Community Center at 1721 E 56th St. Why, you ask? Well, it's time for some "Ukulele Caroling!"
Super Popular Ramen Food Truck Gets Permanent Location In Wallingford
Wallingford is set to further establish itself as a hub for ramen enthusiasts, with Midnite Ramen making plans to permanently park its food cart at the upcoming Figurehead Brewing location later this winter. This move will see Midnite Ramen join the ranks of neighboring eateries specializing in ramen, including Yoroshiku, Kozue, and Ooink.
Seattle scraps plan to build playground near popular nude beach
SEATTLE - Seattle Parks & Recreations scrapped a plan to build a children’s play area at Denny Blaine Park, near an unofficial but popular nude beach. The announcement came Friday following pushback from thousands of community members across Seattle. "When we heard the plan had officially been scrapped, we...
Stevens Pass to open Tuesday despite delays
After a delayed opening caused by rain, Stevens Pass is now set to open for the 2023/24 season on Tuesday.
Experience Authentic Italian Fare at These 4 Kent Restaurants
In this article, we're exploring four exquisite Italian restaurants in Kent. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these places? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below:
Gear up for the Ultimate Firearms Showcase at the Tacoma Gun Sale!
Gear up, gun enthusiasts! The much-anticipated Tacoma Gun Sale is just around the corner. Scheduled for Sat, Dec 09, starting at 9am through Sun, Dec 10, up until 6pm, this event promises to be a spectacular showcase of firearms and knives.
The Fried Chicken-Pocalypse Hits Capitol Hill
On Tuesday, in the middle of the “atmospheric river of rain” that drenched the entire Northwest, passersby on Capitol Hill were treated to a grim sight: a line of people huddled under hoodies and umbrellas waiting for chicken. In fairness, this wasn’t just any chicken, it was Dave’s...
Discovering the Flavors of Chongqing at Spicy Chong Qing
My recent visit to Spicy Chong Qing was a delightful experience. The Stir-fried Chives with Crispy Tripe, Perfumed Beef, Sour Cabbage and Shredded Pork Rice Noodles, Fish-Flavored Shredded Pork, and Dry Pot Chicken were all mouth-watering. I was unsure if it was authentic Chongqing cuisine, but the taste was definitely not disappointing.
Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs: A fun time for the family!
British Christmas Tradition of Panto by Fremont Players. It’s always nice to see a community come together to show something cool now and again. I felt a powerful sense of community when I saw Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs, a British pantomime performed at the Sunset Hill Community Club in Seattle. The performance was put together by the Fremont Players and included original music by the Fremont Philharmonic Orchestra. British Pantomimes are traditionally performed at Christmas and afterward, with family audiences. So it was nice seeing the tradition continue even today.
Washington’s favorite Christmas candy treats include Reese’s Minis, candy canes
Christmas time may not be as big as Halloween when it comes to the giving and receiving of candy, but it certainly has a significant presence at this time of year between baking, decorating, crafting, stuffing stockings and, of course, eating from time to time. Last month, the National Retail...
City Council bans cat declawing in Tacoma
On Dec. 5, the Tacoma City Council voted to ban cat declawing in Tacoma, except when conducted by a licensed veterinarian for a therapeutic purpose. Concerned residents raised the issue of cat declawing earlier this year, prompting Council Member John Hines, Council Member Olgy Diaz, and Council Member Sarah Rumbaugh to spearhead efforts to adopt a citywide ban on the procedure. In adopting this ban, Tacoma proudly joins cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Denver, St. Louis, Washington D.C., and more, as well as the states of New York and Maryland, and dozens of countries around the world, that have already put an end to this inhumane practice.