The chowder is back on the stove.
After a five-year hiatus, the Swantown Marina Boatswap & Chowder Challenge returns to Olympia on Saturday.
A dozen local restaurants will present their variations of the classic seafood soup alongside sales of boats and marine gear.
The streets of Lacey will be invaded by hundreds of creatures from outer space, a handful of talent show contestants, and classic cars for the 26th annual Lacey Spring Fun Fair on Saturday and Sunday. Find the fun at the Saint Martin's University campus.
Gloucester Blue the latest Israel Horovitz play to find its way to Harlequin Productions stage tells the story of a wealthy couple converting a former fish-packing plant into a vacation home.
In its opening weekend at Capital Playhouse is Legally Blonde, a high-energy musical based on the 2001 Reese Witherspoon movie about a sorority girl who proves to have more substance than anyone expected.
Ballet Northwests spring production, Sleeping Beauty, marks more than one milestone for the company.
If you’re looking for a tropical adventure to add to your bucket list, a trip to the island of Negros in the Philippines might be just the ticket.
The view of Mount St. Helens from Johnston Ridge Observatory will be as spectacular as ever when the center opens this weekend.
Rose City’s big, blooming bounty Portland’s location at the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette rivers and a good 100 miles south of Puget Sound gives it a leg up on the growing season. Naturally, it’s a gardener’s paradise.
At half-past-nine on a Saturday morning at Portlands Waterfront Park, Gary Spehar is just one of the hundreds of artisans setting up booths. He arranges tables, sets out his elaborately swirled wire jewelry and chats with customers. But Spehars not just any vendor at the Portland Saturday Market hes one of the few that have been selling there since the market began 40 years ago, from early nomadic days to the recent riverfront location.
Circling an entire city block at Southwest 10th Avenue and Alder Street in downtown Portland is an outdoor food court like none other. About 60 tiny restaurants are scrunched together, offering diners four styles of falafel, Thai street food, fried Scottish fish, pierogi and dumplings.