Seattle Department of Neighborhoods provides programs and services that engage people in civic participation, 
foster stronger communities, make government more accessible, and preserve
and enhance the character of Seattle’s neighborhoods. 

Stellar, engaging journalism that exposes municipal malfeasance just as often as it celebrates the wizards behind our civic curtain.
Pair that with top-shelf music and arts coverage -- as well as Seattle's only medical marijuana column, "Toke Signals" --
and it's no wonder Rainier drinkers and oenophiles alike have made picking up Seattle Weekly a priority every week for over 30 years.

Pike Place Market is a beloved Seattle treasure. Encompassing a nine-acre Market Historic District
overlooking Elliott Bay, the Market remains the bustling center of farm fresh,
locally sourced, artisanal and specialty foods.  It’s a place where you can “Meet the Producer”

The Eastside’s only public radio station, 91.3 KBCS is heard as throughout the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan region.

Operated as a public service by Bellevue College, KBCS trains and provides opportunities for community members

to participate in all aspects of radio.

Guitar Center’s charitable outreach reflects our commitment to stay in tune with the music community.
Music inspires creativity and personal expression, builds self-esteem and teaches cooperation
and team building from playing music together. The benefits of music are well documented.



EMP Museum is a nonprofit museum, dedicated to contemporary popular culture.
EMP Museum was founded by
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2000.
Since that time EMP has organized dozens of exhibits, 17 of which have toured across the US and internationally.



Benaroya Hall is the home of the Seattle Symphony.
It features two auditoria, the S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, a 2500-seat performance venue,
as well as the Nordstrom Recital Hall, which seats roughly 500.


The Seattle Public Library's Central Library is the flagship library of The Seattle Public Library system.
The 11-story (185 feet or 56 meters high)
glass and steel building in downtown Seattle,
was opened to the public on Sunday, May 23, 2004.



From Seattle's own Prairie Underground to Portland's Jet, handmade Jewelry from lines such as Mango,
Rebel and Harlow, to the coolest bags and accessories in town,
The Endless Knot offers endless options for every budget all year long.



Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, the Hard Rock Cafe Seattle strikes the perfect balance
in a city that boasts one of the most diverse and influential alternative music scenes in the world.

Our vision is to have a community where youth are confident and are able to meet the demands of life.
To accomplish this we create an environment that provides a catalyst for a child’s creative thinking,
self-esteem and personal growth through music.


Pear Delicatessen & Shoppe is one of the premier delis in the city of Seattle. Located in the center of historic Pike Place Market,
Pear continues to provide both locals and visitors with some of the finest foods, products and home cooked delights.


The City of Music initiative was created to celebrate and further enhance our renowned culture of music.
Our goal is simple: to create action over the next 12 years that enhances the climate for our music industry,
and to propel Seattle's leadership role in music throughout the nation and the world.