Faces of the Northwest

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

If you’re still looking for a fun spot to celebrate the Fourth and would rather avoid the crowds in the big cities, Fort Flagler State Park is a great place to be. While the park itself doesn’t host a fireworks display, you can often see a number of shows around… Read More

While Marrowstone Island may best be known for its beautiful state parks and often empty stretches of sand, it also holds a number of hidden games, like Marrowstone Pottery & Pottery. In this week’s Faces of the Northwest feature, we introduce you to its owners, George and Helena Tsitsas. The… Read More

If you find yourself on the northern Olympic Peninsula of Washington State, making a stop on Marrowstone Island is a must. Connected by bridge to the mainland, just a 25-minute drive from Port Townsend, it offers a wealth of things to do, with multiple beautiful parks, a vineyard for wine… Read More

The warm weather has finally arrived and those seemingly endless buckets of rain we had in recent months are finally drying up. This is the time of year to enjoy the spectacular beauty of the outdoors by getting out on one of the Olympic Peninsula’s many streams, rivers, lakes, or… Read More

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