This video consists three day adventure on Mt. Rainier with Kelly Noland and the folks from International Mountain Guides, a world-renound mountain guide service. The following is Kelly’s write-up of the trip: Friday morning I woke up calm, cool, and… Continue Reading →
Northwest Live takes you along with us on a hiking trip up Mt. Pilchuck, one of the Northwest’s most popular day hikes.
Lib Tech Holy Oly Revival – The best of the Northwest competing at a snowboarding competition at Snoqualmie.
What do bananas and snowboards have in common?
Outbounding with daredevils at Mt. Baker
From an episode of Takei’s Take, actor and idol George Takei of Star Trek fame explains why Seattle is a hot bed of innovation with insights from Geekwire’s Monica Guzman.
Kpop videos are corny and somewhat amusing, but this takes the cake. Totally animated life sized performer prancing around to a live crowd with a synth band backing her up.
WTF is with all the Halloween events going on? What are you doing for Halloween? A common on question this time of year. I’ve got no idea. So I turned to “Seattle’s only newspaper” There are 72 listed parties
We’ve all had that one Halloween we think back to… not so fondly. Good thing with time, the wounds have healed and that’s where we come in. Us at Northwest Live hit the streets of Seattle to compile some great stories just before the Halloween celebrations begin.
Samantha’s soothing voice combined with a nice mix of chill music is instructional, friendly and assuring. When you do finally go head down, you feel totally at ease and trusting that you’ll be ok.
So if you have learned anything from us yet, then you know we like our food and drinks home grown from the northwest. Lucky for us its a bit of a trend around here to brew up your own Made in the NW creations. So when we caught wind that there was an event that was showcasing only northwest distilleries, we jumped on that list.
With all of the proceeds going to Grow Washington, Snohomish on the Rocks helps and celebrates the distilling businesses of the northwest.
Last summer I experienced Hop Harvest in Yakima. Did you know Yakima is the 2nd largest hop producer in the world? We hung out with the kind, passionate brewers at Bale Breaker, located right in the middle of the family hop farm to chat about hops, the family legacy and the quality beer they produce from these aromatic gems.
So riding the NW Made train we started up, NWL would like to present elpis&wood. A handcrafted furniture shop based out of Everett, WA; elpis&wood specializes in live edge reclaimed wood. When I heard about their shop, I thought ok I can go check these guys out. But after seeing what these two guys, Matt and Blake, produce, I needed to go see how they do it. If you are anything like us and you like the idea of home grown and produced in the Northwest, these guys are it. NW Made.
So if you haven’t heard yet, I Will Keep Your Ghost is an Everett native band that classifies themselves as space rock glam rock electronic rock.
Everett Music Initiative has done an awesome job at show casing our local Everett talent. While I was out at Kroakers the other night shooting the band I Will Keep Your Ghost, I was able to catch EMI in action and see what their take on why Everett is the perfect place to find great music.
These guys are blowing up! On tour and playing shows left and right all over the place. Get a peek and go check them out at one of their up coming shows! The Fishermen Village Music Festival included!
In my opinion these guys are the best band to come out of Everett. When I discovered who they were I had to go check them out. Lucky for me they were having a release party just down the street. Hosted at Kroakers Neighborhood Bar, and opened by Vox Mod and Kairos, here is I Will Keep Your Ghost performing, their first track from their newest EP, Lost.
Bluewater Organic Distilling – Sometimes we get made fun of (Portlandia – dream of the 1890’s) for it, but we North-Westerners are obsessed with craft…
This eclectic assemble of classically trained cellists performs at one of the most intimate and acoustically superb settings, the Mighty Tieton Loft Space in Tieton, WA. Imagine a setting that is so quiet, yet accoustically alive, you can clearly hear… Continue Reading →
A movement to create economic development in this sleepy agricultural town in Central, WA is located in a strategic spot to start a mountain bike adventure in nearby national forests.
Winemaker for a day
Ed Marquand, owner/creative director of Marquand books, gives a bit of insight as to what it takes to publish art books for artists, museums, and galleries, while celebrating the release of his newest publication, Trimpin: Contraptions for Art and Sound,… Continue Reading →
In this installment of Dax World, Northwest Live takes you to Seattle’s Tiger Lounge to interview the members of The Second Academy: Eric, Rob and Sandy. Sandy explains her affinity for Tiger Lounge after learning about its colorful history that… Continue Reading →
Green Lake, Seattle is a popular place for people and their dogs. Watch our collage of our K-9 companions enjoying a walk around the lake.
Behind the Lens – DAX and the Makining of Phoenix of the Sound – Go behind the lens of Northwest Live and witness first hand the production of one of our many videos.
Take a trip to Tulaco Valley, just outside of Monroe, WA, to visit Willie Green’s Organic Farm, featuring some of Washington’s best produce.
Northwest Live’s coverage of Street Tunes Everett, which received a lot of support and praise from the community.
Vox Pop – Living Green Michelle Tinney takes to the street and finds out some of the many diverse ways people use for living green in the Northwest
Lake Chelan offers some of the best conditions for paragliding, so naturally it hosted one of the events of the Paragliding World Cup
Seattle Photographer Paige Garland and model Megan Padilla talk about modeling with tattoos and what it takes to make it as a professional photographer. This episode is shot at Discovery Park in Seattle, WA.
Hittin’ the streets in Downtown Seattle to ask people how music affects their daily lives. How does music affect you?
This first show in a new series from NWLive.tv follows photographer Brandon Osborn on location as he shoots stunning edgy shots of model/photographer Paige Garland on a rooftop parking garage. They both share their thoughts on photography and what it… Continue Reading →
Bone Poets Orchestra, a local Washington psychedelic steampunk band shows off its talent and fun fashion sense at Soul Food Books in Redmond. Christopher Bingham, lead singer and songwriter, describes steampunk as a fashion style that applies Victorian anachronisms to… Continue Reading →
A tradition since 1985, the Mount Baker Legendary Banked Slalom attracts snowboard and ski enthusiasts throughout the Pacific Northwest. On Saturday, the competitors have the opportunity to relax and catch up with friends at the Salmon Bake and bonfire. Dax… Continue Reading →
Zack Lewis – B street
The Rock N’ Roll Marathon comes to Seattle. Check out the interviews with some of the musicians and runners to hear about this unique marathon. Complaints about traffic couldn’t stop them!
Adrian Xavier recorded solo and acoustic in the NWlive.tv studio.
Dax goes snowshoeing and explains the serenity in the road less traveled by snowshoer.
Vox Pop – Mindful. What is it to be Mindful? Find out what some people on the streets of Downtown Everett think.
Adrian Xavier – Miracles. Seattle-based reggae artist plays in-studio.
Delicious way to cook Northwest salmon. Paper-Wrapped Salmon
In studio with Johnny Punani – Frankenstein Girl
In studio with Johnny Punani.