Stories with 'seattle freeze' tag

Not sure how to talk to Seattleites? Start with our dogs.

When you’re trying to get to know people in this hectic city of ours, dogs can really be your best friend. Professional matchmaker Rachael Kloek knows all about that — and shared some tips.

/ July 13, 2018

I used to welcome the Seattle Freeze. Now I’ve found four ways to melt it

How does one get out of this giant ice cube we’ve frozen ourselves into? Here are four things I know about the Seattle Freeze, and four ways to get out of it.

/ July 11, 2018

Three Day Rule Launch Party at The Ruins

Help us celebrate the launch of Three Day Rule, the nation’s leading matchmaking company, in Seattle! We’re taking over The Ruins, a members-only dinner club-turned party spot. Built in 1928 and located in Lower Queen Anne, from the outside it looks like a mere warehouse, but step inside to find a secret world of whimsy and […]

/ June 19, 2018

Seattle Live – Home and arrival

Attend Seattle Live and get to know our city better. We’ll have guests that share there ideas and stories and a range of ways Seattle is a home and a place of arrival. What do our distinctive pasts and sense of place mean for our present and future? Attend   Guests include: Cecile Hansen – […]

/ April 5, 2018

Video: The Seattle Freeze is probably melting. Here’s what that means for people moving in

The Seattle Freeze holds that it’s harder to make new friends here than in other cities. But now that Seattle is the fastest growing city in the country, won’t that influx of people looking for friends warm up the chill?

/ June 14, 2017

Video: Is the Seattle Freeze real?

The Seattle Freeze is the belief that it’s hard to make friends here. But is it true? We asked Seattle natives and transplants and recorded their answers. Have you experienced the Freeze?

/ June 7, 2017

At pre-dawn ‘November Project,’ Seattleites make friends & break a sweat

Seattle’s November Project is a free pre-dawn group workout that happens Wednesdays at Gas Works Park and Fridays in different parks around Seattle, whatever the weather.

/ November 30, 2016