15 01, 2020

Is the CoronaVirus in Seattle?

By |2020-04-12T23:05:03-07:00January 15th, 2020|

Three UW students being screened for suspected novel coronavirus tested negative for the virus. The three individuals who recently returned from Wuhan, China were suspected to have contracted the virus while they were there. All three students have now been cleared and are virus free. The incident involved one off campus student and two on campus living students. Test results have now shown all three students to be clear of the novel coronavirus.  So at this time, there are no active acses at the University. However,  University officials have asked the public to be patient as they deal with the situation. [...]

23 12, 2019

December means Snowflake Lane in Bellevue

By |2020-04-12T23:06:14-07:00December 23rd, 2019|

Bellevue Square and Santa sure made a grand entrance to get the Bellevue Snowflake Lane premier started with his fun-filled parade. Kids of all ages were overjoyed with amazement as Santa and his sleigh come through Bellevue Square to kick off the holidays. Following Santa’s arrival parade, everyone joined Santa and all of the Snowflake Lane Characters and cast for a meet and greet at the Tree Lighting Ceremony at Bellevue Place Wintergarden. Cookies and hot cocoa were enjoyed while Santa lit Bellevue's 30-foot Christmas tree. Snowflake Lane 2019 Starting on November 30th at 7:00pm and every night up until [...]

23 12, 2019

Enchant Mischievous Brings Holiday Cheer to Seattle

By |2020-04-12T23:22:24-07:00December 23rd, 2019|

Downtown Seattle is a magical place to be this holiday season. From elaborate gingerbread house displays to themed carousels, the city is alive with the spirit of the season. The centerpiece of all of the fun is the Enchant Mischievous Christmas spectacle. Boasting over 300,000 square feet of dazzling lights, this event bills itself as the world's largest Christmas light maze. People of all ages will delight in all of the offerings of this special seasonal event, now in its second year in Seattle. Enchant Mischievous Event Details All of the holiday cheer kicks off November 22 and continues through [...]

23 03, 2019

Seattle Sells $138 Million Property to Private Developers

By |2020-04-12T23:29:46-07:00March 23rd, 2019|

Development Will Include 175 Affordable Housing Units On August 7, Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan announced that the city, in its largest real estate transaction in history, was selling a nearly 3-acre parcel of land on Mercer Street known as the Mercer Mega Block. It is selling it to a private real estate developer called Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc. for more than $138 million. The company, in turn, plans to develop the land into a pair of office buildings, a community center and an apartment building that will provide about 175 affordable homes. For some time now, the property has [...]

23 03, 2019

New Amazon Store Carries Only “4-Star” Rated Products

By |2020-04-12T23:30:53-07:00March 23rd, 2019|

Amazon opened a new retail store in Seattle that carries only "4-Star" rated and above products. The store does not take cash, so customers will have to use Amazon's Go's cashier-less setup to purchases Amazons most highly rated products. On August 15, online retail giant Amazon.com opened what it calls a "4-star" store in South Lake Union. The 4,000 square-foot brick-and-mortar shop only contains products that are highly ranked at Amazon.com. Each product on sale there meets the following conditions: The average customer review on Amazon.com is 4.0 or greater. It is a top seller in a specific category. Amazon [...]

23 03, 2019

The Viaduct is now fully demolished

By |2020-04-12T23:33:29-07:00March 23rd, 2019|

Well, it’s official - as of September 21, 2019 Seattle’s iconic, two-tiered freeway is no more. Public reaction has varied. But then again, the Viaduct was nothing if not divisive, both literally and figuratively, from its very inception. Whether you loved it for the views, hated it for the delays, trembled at the danger or were thrilled by it, the Viaduct formed an integral part of Seattle’s landscape for over 60 years, so it may be worth remembering how we got here. The Road Thus Travelled When construction on the Alaskan Way Viaduct first began in the 1940s, the barrier [...]

23 03, 2019

Do Tremor Bursts Indicate Imminent 9.0 Quake?

By |2020-04-13T00:20:30-07:00March 23rd, 2019|

A recent spate of earthquakes dating back to as early as April 2019 and numbering in the dozens have been going off and the average person has no idea. Not only has this tectonic activity been going on as deep as 20 miles below the surface, we now know that they signify an event that has not been experienced since 2011; three separate tectonic zones all moving at the same time. The most recent event in this tectonic "swarming" happened beneath the coastline of central Oregon. Specifically, it occurred on the 16th of May at 4:11 a.m. and rumbled in [...]

23 03, 2019

Seattle Ferry Hits Humpback Whale

By |2020-04-13T00:22:01-07:00March 23rd, 2019|

On the night of Tuesday, May 28th, a Washington State Ferry collided with a juvenile humpback whale in the waters of Elliott Bay. The impact occurred mere minutes after the ferry’s scheduled 8:15 p.m. departure from Coleman Dock, in downtown Seattle. Witnesses riding aboard the boat, at the time, reported seeing red water in the ship’s wake, and searches were conducted into the night, looking for either the injured whale or its remains. While neither was ever located, officials now assume that the accident proved fatal for the young humpback.  Reports said that nobody onboard the ferry was injured. Despite [...]

23 03, 2019

Seattle’s Top Rooftop Dining

By |2020-04-13T03:23:02-07:00March 23rd, 2019|

Seattle's iconic skyline makes it the ideal place for rooftop dining, where you can take in unforgettable views of the Space Needle and Puget Sound while enjoying superb food and drinks. Here's the Seattle Public Relations list of the trendiest rooftop bars and restaurants in the Emerald City. The Mountaineering Club Located atop the newly renovated Graduate Seattle hotel (formerly Hotel Deca), the Mountaineering Club features a creative cocktail list and a choice of indoor or outdoor seating. If you opt for the latter, there are s'mores-making kits available to round out the meal. Seafood lovers will feel especially welcome [...]

23 03, 2016

Managing Your Public Relations In Seattle

By |2020-04-12T21:02:08-07:00March 23rd, 2016|

Your public relations needs are quite simple to manag when you have covered three main areas of content. This article explains how you may cover a number of items when you are creating a better public image, and you will have a solid image that you are in control of. You must hire someone who is expert in the field, and you will find that you receive better services in these fields when you have an expert on your side. #1: Your Press Releases All news you release to the press must be looked over carefully by a Seattle PR firm that [...]