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Ahh...May. For die-hard fans of local produce and foods that have been sustainably grown, caught, or farmed, May marks the end of the dry spell, as the Bellevue Farmers Market opens a new season.
Once again Bellevue joins cities around the US and the world to celebrate the globe-spanning extravaganza Fashion's Night Out.
Bellevue.com was proud to be a media sponsor of the first ever Art in the Garden held at the Bellevue Botanical Garden, August 28-29, 2010. Here are some photos from our visit.
Eastside Jazz Club celebrated its new dig in Downtown Bellevue with an unforgettable inaugural concert on September 20, 2011, featuring The Greta Matassa Group (Bill with special guest Susan Pascal.
The Saturday Bellevue Farmers Market remains open through November 23 rain or shine! That means there are only 2 more weeks of fall harvest offerings.
Located on the one-way portion of NE 6th St, on the sidewalk, and spilling over across 106th Street to Compass Plaza at Bellevue Galleria, the Saturday Bellevue Farmers Market offers shoppers a true urban market experience with a quaint, scenic flair.
The fast-growing sport of stand up paddleboarding (SUP) is a fun, easy way to go play on the water and it's coming to Bellevue.
The 19th Annual Tugboat Regatta is one of the premiere events in North America. Contestants come from Washington, Oregon, California, Canada and even as far as England to run and show their models in this tugboat regatta.
For the first time ever, the finals of the upcoming 2015 Men's World Squash Championship will be played in the US and right here in Bellevue, WA. The week-long squash championship event will take place at Bellevue's Meydenbauer Center November 13-22, 2015.
Leading real estate brokerage firm Realogics Sotheby's International Realty (RSIR) recently opened a regional branch office in Old Bellevue and announced construction of a new concept cafe and cocktail lounge in the same space located on Main Street.