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Fun bubbles up at Seattle’s Gas Works Park

the Northwest Bubble Gathering, also known as "A Congregation of Bubblemancers," took over the back side of Kite Hill at Gas Works Park in Seattle on Sunday.
Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, Gas Works Park, Kite Hill, Northwest Bubble Gathering


Pacific Northwest road trip photos

The Pacific Northwest has majestic mountain peaks, temperate rainforests, rushing waterfalls, and breathtaking views everywhere you look. To see it all, we mapped a loose plan, loaded up the car, and hit the pavement on an epic road trip. Starting in Washington, we drove up to British Columbia and then slowly wound our way down the coast, visiting the San Juan Islands, Olympic Peninsula, and Columbia River Gorge. Along the way we hiked, swam, picnicked with stunning views, and took a lot of...
Tags: Travel, Washington, Oregon, Germany, Africa, America, United States, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Sony, Vancouver, Seattle, Photo Essay, British Columbia, Pacific Northwest, NGO


Fairs & Festivals in the Pacific Northwest: Puget Sound Edition 2018

Fair & Festivals in the Northwest – 2018 Edition We are back this year with a list of all the summer fairs & festivals for the Puget Sound area of Washington for 2018. There are so many fun events going on every single weekend in the summertime – many are free or very frugal, too, but so many options for family fun & memory making! There are a number of 4th of July events happening in almost every community & we only listed a few of the larger events, so make sure to check with your own commu...
Tags: Entertainment, California, Washington, Summer, Bellevue, Long Beach, Marysville, Auburn, Graham, Party, Kingston, North America, Anna, Seattle, Frugality, Florida Georgia Line


Family enjoys highflying fun with toy planes

The Davis family flies toy airplanes from the hill at Gas Works Park in Seattle on Saturday. They have been flying planes like this for about eight years as a fun way to get outside and describe it as "old-school, plane-glider day in the sun."
Tags: News, Davis, Seattle, Local News, Gas Works Park, Photo & Video


Fairs & Festivals in the Pacific Northwest: Puget Sound Edition 2017

Fair & Festivals in the Northwest – 2017 Edition We are back this year with a list of all the summer fairs & festivals for the Puget Sound area of Washington for 2017. There are so many fun events going on every single weekend in the summertime – many are free or very frugal, too, but so many options for family fun & memory making! There are a number of 4th of July events happening in almost every community & we only listed a few of the larger events, so make sure to check with your own commu...
Tags: Entertainment, California, Washington, China, Bellevue, Long Beach, Marysville, Auburn, Graham, Party, Kingston, North America, Anna, Seattle, Frugality, Carnival


2 men shot at Seattle’s Gas Works Park

Seattle has seen an uptick in shootings, with more than 35 people shot so far this year, three fatally.
Tags: Crime, News, Seattle, Local News, Gas Works Park


Spring comes early at Gas Works Park

Seattle gets a taste of spring a day early at the Gas Works Memorial Sundial.
Tags: Weather, News, Seattle, Gas Works Park, Photo & Video


Sneak peek: Tour Tableau Software's new Seattle headquarters (Photos)

Data-visualization company Tableau Software has officially moved its headquarters to the NorthEdge building in Wallingford. The NorthEdge building is just north of Gas Works Park at 1621 N. 34th St. and less than a mile from Tableau’s previous headquarters at 837 N. 34th Street in Fremont. The four-story mixed-use building incorporates some of the industrial history of the location into its design, including a weathered Corten steel façade. It has 44 large conference rooms, 28 small conference...
Tags: Seattle, Tableau Software, Gas Works Park, Wallingford The NorthEdge


10 landscape design projects that turned neglected spaces into incredible parks

Landscape architects frequently work to transform areas that contain industrial and toxic waste, infrastructure no longer in use, or land affected by war, natural disaster or disuse. These neglected places, while often having a negative impact on the environment and surrounding community, are simultaneously part of our cultural heritage. To highlight the significance of these spaces, and the potential that they hold to become something more than a blight, we've gathered up a series of projects ...
Tags: Garden, New York, Design, New York City, Environment, San Francisco, Features, Park, Urban Design, Salem, Ecology, Sustainable Farming, Landscapes, Staten Island, Ba, San Francisco Bay


Culture Trippers in Seattle: Street food

In recent years , American street food has grown into its own culinary subculture, and no city embraces this brave new culinary world like Seattle. Lucky for us, we’ve got an inside look at Seattle’s thriving street food scene from Seattle chef Matthew Lewis, as he shows around Los Angeles food truck operator Daniel Shemtob. And what do we learn? The food truck scene in Seattle is next level! At every corner and in every pod (small communities of food trucks peppered around the city), you’ll...
Tags: Travel, Los Angeles, Food Trucks, Seattle, Street Food, All, Matthew Lewis, Pike Place Market, Gas Works Park, Daniel Shemtob


Women share support for Clinton with pantsuit homage at Seattle’s Gas Works Park

At Seattle's Gas Works Park, dozens of women turned out in pantsuits to support their candidate, Hillary Clinton.
Tags: News, Seattle, Local News, Clinton, Gas Works Park


The after-dark guide to Seattle

WHEN THE SUN SETS in Seattle, the city’s food, art, and music come to life. And shorter daylight hours come fall and winter only mean more darkness to enjoy. From cabarets and ferry rides under the stars to some of the best happy hours anywhere on the planet, here’s how to celebrate nighttime in the Emerald City. Listening live Photo: dietrichphoto Seattle is known for many things — incredible natural beauty, the fervor of its sports fans, a world famous coffee culture — but perhaps nothing...
Tags: Travel, US, Broadway, Capitol Hill, Starbucks, John, Seattle, Eddie, Seahawks, Walk, All, Tula, Emerald City, Cirque Du Soleil, Ferris, Linda


Fourth features food, fun, fireworks at Gas Works Park

Food, fun and fireworks draw a crowd to Seattle’s Gas Works Park on the Fourth of July.
Tags: News, Seattle, Local News, Gas Works Park, Photo & Video


Fairs & Festivals in the Pacific Northwest: Puget Sound Edition 2016

Fair & Festivals in the Northwest – 2016 Edition We are back this year with a list of all the summer fairs & festivals for the Puget Sound area of Washington for 2016. There are so many fun events going on every single weekend in the summertime – many are free or very frugal, too, but so many options for family fun & memory making! There are a number of 4th of July events happening in almost every community & we only listed a few of the larger events, so make sure to check with your own commu...
Tags: Entertainment, Washington, China, Bellevue, Long Beach, Auburn, Graham, Party, Kingston, North America, Anna, Seattle, Frugality, Carnival, Pacific Northwest, Tacoma


These boys of summer play croquet

Friends play croquet at Gas Works Park in Seattle on a recent afternoon.
Tags: Seattle, Local News, Gas Works Park, Photo & Video


Local Guide for Visitors to Seattle

In the lush Pacific Northwest, nestled next to Puget Sound, is the city of Seattle. The city was named after the Duwamish leader, Chief Sealth in 1852. Since that time, it has experienced economic flourishes from the timber, coal, railway, fishing and shipbuilding industries. These days it is most commonly known for its booming technology industry, with Microsoft and Amazon headquarters located here. My partner and I were lucky enough to be based in Seattle for two months and made it our mission...
Tags: Amazon, Microsoft, Capitol Hill, Starbucks, Seattle, Huffington Post, Tacoma, Emerald City, Emp, Pearl Jam, FREMONT, Ballard, Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, Soundgarden, Pike Place


Interview with Thaisa Way on 10 Parks That Changed America

You were an expert adviser to PBS's new show, 10 Parks That Changed America , which airs nationwide on April 12. The 10 parks the producers selected include, in chronological order: the squares of Savannah, Georgia; Fairmount Park in Philadelphia; Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts; Central Park in New York City; Chicago's Neighborhood Parks; The Riverwalk in San Antonio in Texas; Overton Park in Memphis, Tennessee; Freeway Park in Seattle, Washington; Gas Works Park in Seattle, Was...
Tags: Texas, New York City, America, Chicago, Philadelphia, Pbs, San Antonio, Central Park, Memphis Tennessee, Fairmount Park, Cambridge Massachusetts, Seattle Washington, Savannah Georgia, Gas Works Park, Overton Park, Thaisa Way


Maroon 5 performs secret, private show at Gas Works Park

You probably knew that there was a big-time band performing in Seattle on Wednesday night. One Direction brought tens of thousands of fans to CenturyLink Field. While that show was rocking Sodo, another, low-key show was at Gas Works Park — with an equally prominent and popular band. I was a couple feet from maroon 5 today!! It was insane #microsoftinterns #maroon5 A photo posted by Ria Bhatia (@rbitia) on Jul 15, 2015 at 11:42pm PDT   Maroon 5, known for surprising fans at shows, performed a pr...
Tags: Microsoft, Seattle, Sodo, Gas Works Park, Ria Bhatia, PDT Maroon, Gas Works Park People