Things to do

Help us spruce up the Duwamish River Valley

June 17 is Seattle Works Day, and we’re going to help the nonprofit Alleycat Acres prepare one acre of land in the Duwamish River Valley for planting of native and pollinator plants. But we need your help! Sign up to join our team.

/ May 23, 2017

Watch cat videos in your pj’s, hear from refugees, and 14 other things to do in Seattle this week

There’s lots to do in Seattle this week: Eat yummy food, talk about aliens, or attend a “Cats of the Internet Pajama Party.” Whatever you decide to do, we hope your week is the cat’s pajamas. 😏

/ May 22, 2017

Meet Nikkita Oliver at our next ‘How to Win at Seattle’ event on June 8

How do Seattle’s social movements move forward in the age of Trump? What are the opportunities and potential traps? These are just some of the questions that Evergrey editor Mónica Guzmán will dig into with Nikkita Oliver, the poet, attorney, and anti-racist organizer whose run for Seattle mayor is bringing a new energy to the city.

/ May 16, 2017

Take your dog to the ball game, watch so many movies at SIFF, and 12 more things to do in Seattle this week

Our picks for Seattle events this week. Check out the longest running street fair in the country, take your dog to watch a Mariners game, or go to an 80s prom.

/ May 15, 2017

Seattle’s big new music fest and 14 more things to check out this week

Made plans for your week in Seattle? Let us help. Our top events picks this week include the city’s brand new music fest, a big day of giving, and a flower festival for Mom.

/ May 8, 2017

Win at Seattle, guzzle beer, and 18 more things to do this week

It’s May Day in Seattle, and the week is full of events focused on social issues and activism. Roll up your sleeves and let’s make some plans.

/ May 1, 2017

How do you make the most of Seattle tech? Build relationships

People in tech like to compare Seattle to Silicon Valley, the nation’s bustling, hustling tech capital. To Dan Shapiro, CEO of Glowforge, Seattle has one big advantage over the Valley that entrepreneurs should make the most of: Relationships.

/ April 25, 2017

Ask a Republican, learn about Martians, and 12 more things to do in Seattle this week

This week in Seattle: Ask a Republican about the local political climate, check out those Amazon spheres, ask where all the Martians are, and get ready for the Seattle Erotic Art Festival.

/ April 24, 2017

To deconstruct whiteness, Seattle journalist Marcus Harrison Green wrote a play

“Caucasians Anonymous” is about people who struggle through what Marcus describes as an addiction to whiteness. And this Sunday, Marcus will host a group of actors in a live reading of the play that will be followed by a Q&A with anti-racist white activists.

/ April 18, 2017

Mark the ‘high’ holiday: 15 things to do in Seattle this week

Let’s help you make some plans. The ‘high’ holiday 4/20 is Thursday, you can learn to master the Mason jar on Tuesday, and come Saturday, thousands of Seattleites will be marching for science.

/ April 17, 2017