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City Hall

New Survey Documents Workers' Scheduling Woes, though Finds Majority "Satisfied" with Staus Quo

Following up $15, city council continues to study secured scheduling legislation, though some workers said new rules aren't needed.

  • By Spencer Ricks
  • Published 07/27/2016

Philanthropic Dining

Four Mamnoon Restaurants, Two Days, and an Opportunity to Help Syrian Refugees

“We have to power to connect people not just through the act of charity but literally through the food.”

  • By Rosin Saez
  • Published 07/27/2016

Morning Fizz

Email to City Council Accuses Mayor and Neighborhood Director of "Falsified" Report on District Councils

Georgetown leader says Murray and Nyland are misleading the council about district councils.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 07/27/2016

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: July 27–Aug 2

This week wines floweth at Eden Hill and Naka, and Bramling Cross hosts a beer feast.

  • By Rosin Saez
  • Published 07/27/2016

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: August 2016

Seattle Street Food Festival delivers culinary variety, Julien Baker sings heartbreaking odes, and MOHAI displays classic toys from bygone decades.

  • By Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 07/27/2016

Sandwich Gods Giveth

Oh Yes, Paseo Opens in SoDo July 28

Roasted corn, roasted pork, and even sangria at this new outpost.

  • By Rosin Saez
  • Published 07/26/2016

Star Struck

Adele Ate at Lark This Weekend

...and then she talked about it onstage at KeyArena.

  • By Emma Engelfried
  • Published 07/26/2016

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: July 26–31

Strictly Seattle showcases the city's best choreographers, Wooden O brings Shakespeare to Seattle Center, and Movies at the Mural opens with 'The Princess Bride.'

  • By Kyle Kuhn and Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 07/26/2016

Funny Girl

Melissa McCarthy Drops By Nordstrom

Melissa McCarthy launches the latest Melissa McCarthy Seven7 collection at Seattle's downtown Nordstrom.

  • By Colleen Williams
  • Published 07/26/2016

Oeno Files

Weekly Wine Pick: Secret Squirrel Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley 2012

For wine lovers, the hunt for significantly underpriced bottles never ends. Here's the latest find.

  • By Sean P. Sullivan
  • Published 07/26/2016

Morning Fizz

Darcy Burner Plays Sanders Role in Local Race as Democratic House Committee Funds Her Establishment Opponent

Democrats snub Burner, City Council backs hotel workers, and Burgess cites an iffy stat.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 07/26/2016

Afternoon Editorial

Broadening the Definition of Neighborhood Leadership

City hall's Department of Neighborhoods director says policy change is about adding new voices, not subtracting old ones.

  • By Kathy Nyland
  • Published 07/25/2016

Opening Dispatch

Ravenleaf Public House Opens in North Seattle July 26

Local booze and patio seating abound.

  • By Rosin Saez
  • Published 07/25/2016

Pop Culture Blast

Monday Morning Pick-Me-Up: Comic-Con, Griffey, FLOTUS, and Colbert

New trailers, emotional introductions, car singing, the return of a character, and more.

  • By Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 07/25/2016

Sales and Events

Wear What When: July 25–31

A summer sale at Sandylew, Nordstrom's Anniversary Sale, and aura photography at Moorea Seal.

  • By Kyle Kuhn
  • Published 07/25/2016

Morning Fizz

Urbanist Hopes, Democratic Expectations, and Neighborhood Demands

What Tim Kaine means for the Democrats, what Jim McDermott means for the Democrats, and what West Woodland wants from Ballard.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 07/25/2016

Critic's Notebook

Goodbye, Susan Kaufman

Serafina and Cicchetti owner left us too soon.

  • By Kathryn Robinson
  • Published 07/25/2016

Reintroduction To The Jungle

Guns N’ Roses Rocks With Slash and Duff For The First Time Since The ‘90s

What other pop culture relics from that era could aid the band on its reunion tour?

  • By Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 07/22/2016

Opening Dispatch

Manu’s Bodegita Brings Breakfast Tacos and Cuban Dips to Capitol Hill

It may be a “little bodega”, but it delivers big latin flavors.

  • By Rosin Saez
  • Published 07/22/2016

Morning Fizz

Developer Pronounces Pod Apartments Dead

Council regulations have killed pod apartments, urban planner wants to kill I-123, and Murray faces Seattle Times hysteria for killing district councils.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 07/22/2016
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