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ShowCase Magazine’s “Best of 2018” Poll

 

This a thrilling time of year where we turn to you, our faithful Puget Sound readers, for your vote. Please cast your vote for your favorite organizations and businesses in our region via ShowCase Magazine's 2018 "Best of" Readers' Poll. After the votes have been tallied, nominees will be published on social media beginning in early August. Final winners are revealed in our digital and print issues which go live on August 20th.

 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to residents of WA who are 21 years of age or older. Void where prohibited. Entries accepted from 4/10/18 to 5/28/18.
Sponsored by ShowCase Magazine and Tacoma Mall.

Best of 2017 Celebration

Best of 2017 Celebration

August 18, 6pm-8:30pm

Museum of Glass

1801 Dock St, Tacoma

showcasemedialive.com/best-of/2017

Join the party as ShowCase Magazine celebrates the BEST that Puget Sound has to offer at the 2017 Best of ShowCase Magazine Party, August 18th, 6pm-8:30pm at the Museum of Glass. We congratulate organization’s in thirty-three categories from services, cuisine, health, shopping to destinations and more.

The excitement began in March of 2017 when readers submit online votes for their favorite organizations in thirty-three categories. The votes were tabulated and top nominees are featured in the year’s most highly read issue -August’s Best of ShowCase Magazine – where we announce the 2017 nominees. Only nominees and sponsors are invited to participate in the Best of ShowCase Magazine Party.

Best of 2017 Celebration

Join the party as ShowCase Magazine celebrates the BEST that Puget Sound has to offer at the 2017 Best of ShowCase Magazine Party, August 18th, 6pm-8:30pm at the Museum of Glass. We congratulate organization’s in thirty-three categories from services, cuisine, health, shopping to destinations and more.

The excitement began in March of 2017 when readers submit online votes for their favorite organizations in thirty-three categories. The votes were tabulated and top nominees are featured in the year’s most highly read issue -August’s Best of ShowCase Magazine – where we announce the 2017 nominees. Only nominees and sponsors are invited to participate in the Best of ShowCase Magazine Party.

Purchase tickets to the celebration at: ShowCase Magazine’s Best of Awards Party

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ShowCase Magazine’s “Best of 2017” Poll

This a thrilling time of year where we turn to you, our faithful Puget Sound
readers, for your vote. Please cast your vote for your favorite
organizations and businesses in our region via ShowCase Magazine's 2017
"Best of" Readers' Poll. After the votes have been tallied we will publish
the winners on social media beginning in early August and in our digital and
print issues which go live on August 18th.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to residents of WA who are 21 years of age or 
older. Void where prohibited. Entries accepted from 3/29/17 to 5/28/17.
Sponsored by ShowCase Magazine and Tacoma Mall.

Soup-er Bowl Best Ball at The Classic Golf Club

Soup-er Bowl Best Ball at The Classic Golf Club

January 28, 8am

The Classic Golf Club

4908 208th St E, Spanaway

253.847.4440 | ClassicClubGolf.com

What better way to celebrate football than with a golf tournament? Join in for the Soup-er Bowl Best Ball Tournament where there will be specials on soup, sandwiches, beer, and hot toddies! Enjoy a fun day on the course before you settle in the next weekend to watch the big game.

ShowCase Magazine’s Best of 2016

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We are excited to celebrate with you and your friends at ShowCase Magazine’s “Best of 2016″ party! It is a fantastic time to mingle with the other nominees while enjoying a beautiful view of the waterfront.

The networking reception starts at 6pm outside on the plaza.  Music and great weather ensure a wonderful time.

 The invitation  online here  http://www.showcasemedialive.com/best-of/2016

 You can purchase tickets online at: ShowCase Magazine’s Best of Awards Party.   

 

Best of 2016 Celebration

Best of 2016 Celebration

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We are thrilled to announce the results of ShowCase Magazine’s Best of 2016 contest are officially here!

Best of 2016 organizations will be featured in the 2016 Best of Magazine a tell-all guide to the best organization, as chosen by its residents.

The winners with the most total votes will be featured, but you will have to wait until August for the official reveal!

As a special thanks to the nominees and those who helped them attain their “Best of” status, a celebratory party will be held at the Museum of Glass on August 25th, 6:00pm-8:30pm.

 

Purchase tickets at: ShowCase Magazine’s Best of Awards Party

 

Proudly sponsored by:

 

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Hardcastle AV

Best Places to Run in the South Sound

runIt’s springtime, finally, and for runners, this is a particularly great time of year. Arguably the best part about running in the Pacific Northwest is the scenery. There is no shortage of beautiful and challenging trails to choose from. ShowCase Magazine surveyed the South Sound and selected a few of our favorites. From Gig Harbor to Puyallup to Olympia, all offer something a little different, and each one is worth the sweat.

Olympia
Some of the best-known trails in the South Sound can be found at the state capital in Olympia. From the scenic mile-and-ahalf Capitol Lake Loop to the nature trail and switchbacks of Heritage Park, this area offers something for all runners. olympiawa.gov

DuPont
The wide, paved McNeil Street Trail is one of DuPont’s most popular since it can accommodate a variety of users including runners, walkers and bikers. At just under two miles with breathtaking views of Mount Rainier, the trail winds through residential neighborhoods and finishes with a challenging incline. ci.dupont.wa.us

Puyallup
The five-mile Riverwalk Trail gently winds its way along the Puyallup River, ending at the East Main bridge. Completely paved, it is also ideal for biking and getting out with your four-legged family members. Parking is ample and the convenient urban location makes it a must-do for anyone in the Puyallup area. cityofpuyallup.org

Gig Harbor
The Cushman Powerline Trail runs parallel to Highway 16, beginning at 14th Avenue NW and ending at Borgen Boulevard, following the power lines through Gig Harbor. The entire route is a paved six miles and offers runners a range of grades from rolling hills to steep inclines. penmetparks.org

University Place
Chambers Creek Regional Park possesses one of the most diverse running trails in the region with what are probably the best views. It is also this writer’s favorite. The Soundview Trail (two miles) offers challenging switchbacks with inclines of 10 percent and sweeping views of Puget Sound, including Fox Island and the Narrows bridge. The trail connects to both ends of the less intense, flat Grandview Trail (1¼ miles), making the two trails runnable as a scenic loop that encircles Chambers Bay golf course. co.pierce.wa.us

ANDREA LERUM

Best Breakfasts

breakfast1Breakfast is celebrated in a big way in the South Sound, making it the perfect place for a culinary tour of morning meals.. Whether you’re noshing with friends or family or out-of-town guests, as a couple, or just enjoying time solo, below are some of our top stops for meals to tempt everyone’s taste buds.

Budd Bay Café (525 Columbia St. NW, Olympia, buddbaycafe.com) is a place to peruse pristine water views while picking up tastes of fresh seafood, endless French toast and pancakes, egg dishes and crepes, plus salads, carved meats, and a pretty dessert selection.

breakfast3Spar (114 Fourth Ave. E., Olympia, mcmenamins.com) is part of the McMenamins historic brewery hotel and restaurant chain. Here you can sidle up to the lengthy bar or slide into one of the oversize booths to enjoy vanilla bean French toast; a Hangtown open-face omelet with pan-fried oysters, scallions and bacon; the Route 66 scramble with homemade chorizo, pepper jack cheese and cilantro sour cream; or the 4th Avenue Mess of hash browns topped with gravy and Tillamook cheddar.

Net Shed No. 9 (3313 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor) provides hearty, wholesome turns of typical breakfast fare inside a cozy historic waterfront fishing shed. Watch colorful kayaks and sailboats glide by while digging into sourdough ricotta pancakes or bacon-drizzled cinnamon rolls, a deep dish of chicken and waffles, or the Mexican-style chilaquiles (an egg-tortilla chip scramble with nachos fixings).

breakfast2Salty’s Redondo Beach (28201 Redondo Beach Drive S., Des Moines, saltys.com) offers an award-winning buffet arrayed with everything you could imagine: fresh Dungeness crab, oysters on the half shell, bay scallops and prawns; made-to-order omelets, blintzes and crepes; hand-carved garlic-roasted prime rib and a variety of pastas; a selection of hand-tossed salads; and an extensive dessert spread.

HOLLY SMITH PETERSON

Best of the West Christmas

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Celebrate the season with songs and carols inspired by people and places of the American West. The program features Conrad Susa’s monumental Carols and Lullabies of the Southwest, accompanied by harp, marimba, and guitar — plus world premieres and special guest artists from the Northwest.

(253) 265-3042  http://www.nwrs.org/