Faces of the Northwest

Meet the faces behind some of the best businesses in the Pacific Northwest.

Just in time for Earth Day, in this week’s Faces of the Northwest, we’ll introduce you to one of the Northwest’s utmost organizations for whale enthusiasts through an interview with its co-founders: Howard Garrett and Susan Berta. The Orca Network promotes conservation through education and awareness – and, for visitors, it… Read More

If you think tours are just not your thing, or you’re tired of the same old boring city tours, Twisted History Tours might just change your mind. As haunted historian and Port Townsend local Grymm explains, “We are not your typical history tour company.” And that’s a major understatement. Not… Read More

Cannon Beach, set along the one of the world’s most stunning coastlines in northern Oregon, is famous for romance and jaw-dropping scenery that includes the iconic Haystack Rock. The town itself is incredibly charming, with the streets lined with world-class art galleries, elegant eateries and unique shops. One of those… Read More

If you’ve ever visited Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend, you may have noticed the building that houses the Madrona MindBody Institute. What most people don’t realize, is that the institute isn’t just for Port Townsend area residents, visitors can join in on a variety of drop-in classes too,… Read More

The Northwest is famous for its opportunities for whale watching, and in this week’s Faces of the Northwest, our regular series featuring Q&A interviews with small business owners and tourism professionals in the region, we’ll get an in-depth look at Puget Sound Express, which offers guaranteed whale watching tours in… Read More