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1. “Bellevue restaurants Din Tai Fung, Burgermaster receive unsatisfactory health inspections” * 2. “Bellevue Police respond to 911 calls of screaming in park, discover 100+… Continue reading
The Bellevue Magic Season Ice Arena opened to the public on Nov. 25. This year, the rink is at a temporary location in Ashwood Park,… Continue reading
Two years ago, around 150 Bellevue firefighters lined the halls of Virginia Mason Hospital to say goodbye to their comrade, Deanna Carr. An American flag… Continue reading
Variety Plus Theater presents an original family musical production of the “Trial of Goldilocks,” written and directed by Bob Gribas with original music by Angela… Continue reading
A project like this doesn’t come along very often for art restoration and conservation specialists Petra Kreidler and Mark Schneider. In their combined 60 years… Continue reading
Between Nov. 10 and 13, veterans and volunteers will be selling poppy pins at various QFC and Safeway grocery stores on the Eastside and the… Continue reading
Join Drinking Liberally for this special benefit performance of Will Durst's Elect To Laugh stand-up comedy show, from 8-10 p.m. on Oct. 12 at the Parlor Live Comedy Club in Bellevue.
A little bit of Bellevue was transplanted into the heart of downtown Toronto, Canada for the recent finale of the annual film festival extravaganza.
The region's oldest ballet company is taking on "Romeo and Juliet," the classic tale of love, family strife and grief with a cast of local dancers and a new score — one of the first to be produced for the play in decades.
The History Channel series "American Pickers" is coming to Washington to film episodes in September, and its hosts — Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and co. — are looking for people with unique antique collections and interesting stories behind them.
This Friday through Sunday will mark the 70th anniversary of Bellevue's original arts fair, which has multiplied to three events and become one of the city's biggest draws.
The Bellevue Collection’s TechStyle Look Book features fresh trends to reboot your wardrobe for Spring. Highlighting spring as a time for renewal, the trends pop with color, shape and pattern.
Chris Antemann respects certain aspects of the past. This doesn't prevent her from turning it on its head.
As techniques become ever more state-of-the-art, cosmetic or “plastic” surgery these days is less invasive and more affordable than ever before.
As a cardiologist, I diagnose and treat heart disease — our country’s leading cause of death — across a broad spectrum of patients
Handel’s Messiah, an English-language oratorio composed in 1741 by George Frideric Handel, has become one of the best known and most frequently performed choral works in Western music.
A swarm of people in bright green T-shirts filled the main room of the 520 Bar and Grill in the Old Bellevue neighborhood with noise. Some were longtime vegans, while a few were carnivores looking to try something new. Altogether, the group was participating in the first Vegan Food Crawl, organized by Bellevue-based health coach and blogger Kirstin Wuhrman.
Teens from across Bellevue not only submitted pieces to the Bellevue Arts Museum’s annual “20 Under 20” exhibit, they took on the challenge of judging the works and curating the exhibit.
Artist Nathan Vincent returns to battle at the Bellevue Arts Museum | ‘Let’s Play War!’ open through Oct. 18
Though they move every night, shifting position and rising from the dead, the toy soldiers at the Bellevue Arts Museum are not alive — at least not anywhere beside the mind of their creator, New York-based artist Nathan Vincent.
After 40 years of providing entertainment in the city of Bellevue, Skate King management announced last month that the roller rink will be closing on June 30th. Around 500 people strapped on skates on May 30 to celebrate and remember the rink during an after hours farewell skate party.