The Big List of Summer Farmers Markets

Check out our comprehensive guide to Seattle-area farmers markets
First published on Seattle Magazine

Posted June 29, 2015

It’s that time of year again: Farmers market season is back! Use this handy, updated list of farmers markets–including dates and times—that span from the Seattle-area to the Eastside and the islands. Get ready to be first in line for bundles of fresh-cut flowers and fruits and veggies. Happy shopping!

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What to do When You’re Not Watching the U.S. Open

Events around the Puget Sound region for when you have to leave the course

Posted June 17, 2015

Chambers Bay Golf Course, the site of the 2015 U.S. Open

The U.S. Open golf tournament tees off on Wednesday, and there’s plenty of excitement brewing all across the Puget Sound region. From Seattle to Olympia, there will be tons of events (think pub crawls, collector’s cars, bikes and boozy kayak trips) to keep you busy while you’re not watching your favorite golfers sink putts on the Chambers Bay green.
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6 Seattle-Area Summer Picnic Spots

Kick off the season with a picnic in one of these beautiful parks
First Published by Seattle Magazine

Posted June 02, 2015

The view from Gas Works park at sunset

With warm weather right around the corner, there’s no better time to start staking out the best date spots in the city. And when it comes to romance, what’s sweeter than taking your sweetheart on a romantic picnic in one of the area’s many gorgeous parks?  It’s hard to go wrong when you’re picnicking out on the shores of one of Seattle’s glistening bodies of water or sitting in the shade of its gorgeous greenery.

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FareStart Brings Together Seattle Chefs for a Night to Remember (Sponsored)

Dozens of Seattle chefs are teaming up for one of the most mouth-watering events of the season

Posted June 02, 2015

Sponsored by Farestart

On Thursday, June 25, legions of Seattle’s most well-renowned chefs, restaurants and other supporters will come together for a night of tasting and tippling at FareStart’s Guest Chef Spectacular, held in the Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center. The culinary job training and placement program for homeless and disadvantaged individuals has provided opportunities for 7,000 people in the community, and has served more than 6 million meals to people in need.

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Looking for a Laugh? Here’s Some of the Best Improv in Seattle

Take a look at our collection of some of the funniest improv theater in the city
First Published by Seattle Magazine

Posted June 05, 2015

Everyone needs a good laugh now and then, so we’ve rounded up some of the best improvisational shows in Seattle. Watch trained comedians come up with unique, on-the-spot material and see a show that’s guaranteed to never be the same on any given night. Improv is a great icebreaker for a first date, fun for a night out with friends or even a happy hour with coworkers. You should also know that tickets are cheaper for most shows when purchased in advance, and you can’t always buy tickets at the door as some of them fill up fast.

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