Put out once a month by Sound Publishing’s The Bellevue Reporter newspaper, The Scene magazine strives to be a resource for its readers and give voice to the diverse stories of the Eastside.
With award-winning photographers and journalists, The Scene celebrates the Eastside as a hub for technology, industry and entrepreneurs; the vibrant, ever-growing community for the visual and performing arts; and the fashion and fine dining culture that continues to set the city apart.
The print version of the magazine reaches homes in Bellevue and the nearby cities/communities of Medina, Clyde Hill, Hunts Point, Yarrow Point, Evergreen Point Beaux Arts and Mercer Island. We’ve also recently expanded distribution to Kirkland, Remond, Bothell and Snoqualmie. You can read the same innovative stories on TheEastsideScene.com, in addition to getting editors’ top picks for local hot spots, arts venues, shows and festivals to attend, as well as different networking groups for entrepeneurs and professionals in our local scene. Check our Twitter and Facebook for even more news and tidbits on-the-go.
Hyper-local, helpful and relevant, the magazine aims to better acquaint you with the people, places and arts in your community, from guides and listings, to enterprise reporting. Whether it’s how to get in on Bellevue Fashion Week or an in-depth story highlighting a diverse voice in our community, read about it in The Scene.
Each month, The Scene shares an aspect of the Eastside that you may not have known before. But, you can always count on being in the know about social events from Rose Dennis, a longtime Eastsider and society expert; hearing the outrageous family adventures of Heija Nunn, Oprah blogger and self-proclaimed “Worst Mother in the World”; the exciting new act coming to the Parlor Live Comedy Club; and other happenings related to Eastside living, art, entertainment, wine, dine, fashion, lifestyles and arts.
Whether you were born and raised on the Eastside, or new to the area, The Scene belongs to you. It’s your story. All are welcome to see and be “scene” here.