Hot dogs. Soft pretzels. Beer gardens. Oh, and a baseball game was going on, too! Yesterday, Weber Shandwick Seattle took a break from the totally awesome work we do, turned on our “out-of-office” emails, and headed to the ballpark to watch our Seattle Mariners take on the New York Yankees. And although the Yankees ultimately emerged victorious, it didn’t damper what […]
Weber Shandwick Seattle will be live from Park City, Utah, tomorrow at 10 a.m. as we kick off the 2014 Sundance Film Festival with Live@Sundance. It’s the first time the Sundance Film Festival will have a daily, live streaming show, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be bringing it to you. Here’s the official […]
As I write this, the government of the most powerful nation in the history of mankind is closed for business. As House Republicans continue to battle the Senate Democrats and president over the shutdown, there’s no clue as to when this crisis will end. While cynics might argue that there’s as much is getting done […]
As someone born in 1981, I may be among the last people born with an attention span. Well, that’s the stereotype anyway. If you are a part of the so-called Millennial generation, word is that your attention span can be measured in seconds. I mean, it is the age group that popularized TL;DR, right? Of […]
It rains a lot in New York City.
Yeah, I’m saying this from Seattle. Seattle, of all places. Doesn’t it rain every day here? And I have the gall to say that somewhere else gets a lot of rain? Get a load of this guy, right?