March 2013
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The whole world is just one flight away from Sea-Tac airport: Seoul, Paris, Puerto Vallarta—even Phoenix, Arizona. We asked Seattle’s jet-setters where they go, and what they do when they get there.
Features
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Now that I-502 has legalized marijuana, there are a few enterprising chemists out there who want to help us all get stoned with confidence. (Okay, and educate us along the way.)
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We celebrate all that’s classical and avant-garde, traditional and trendsetting in Seattle’s spring arts season.
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A Mount Baker couple builds a home big enough for their bicycles.
Seattle Met’s March 2013 issue samples revolutionary arts, Seattleites’ favorite getaways, and very potent marijuana.
For such a shiny Capitol Hill hot spot, Mamnoon has an old soul.
Two Sapporo natives serve up a classic Hokkaido fisherman’s plate.
Chefs are bracing for a backlash as they consider adding a menu surcharge to pay for employee health plans.
When it comes to meaningful relationships, there’s nothing like a good television recap.
Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.
A Q&A with the onetime heavyweight champion who brings his one-man show, Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, to Seattle in March.
Studio Ballo travels to the Bellevue Arts Museum with 300 images and 70 iconic design works from the 1950s on.
It’s APRIL in March. Plus: Michael Chabon and Sherman Alexie search for meaning at Seattle U.
We celebrate all that’s classical and avant-garde, traditional and trendsetting in Seattle’s spring arts season.
The young musicians of THEESatisfaction reveal their approach to fashion.
The whole world is just one flight away from Sea-Tac airport: Seoul, Paris, Puerto Vallarta—even Phoenix, Arizona. We asked Seattle’s jet-setters where they go, and what they do when they get there.
Tips and tricks for making your terminal time bearable—and, dare we say it, educational
What it’s like to fly on a Dreamliner, in high luxury, or 12 inches from a floatplane pilot.
To commemorate March’s Beard and Stache Fest, we suggest facial hair options for the embattled mayor.
Mark Driscoll tweets an inauguration prayer.
Chris Hansen’s $490 million proposal has become an issue of civic pride versus fiscal responsibility.
The ZappBug oven cooks unwanted pests away.
The largest-diameter tunnel-boring machine in the world arrives in Seattle this spring.
Seattle City Council member Bruce Harrell, jumping into the mayor’s race, says incumbent McGinn “doesn’t have a clue.”
The Tacoma native keeps the bad guys out so you can sleep easy.
Now that I-502 has legalized marijuana, there are a few enterprising chemists out there who want to help us all get stoned with confidence. (Okay, and educate us along the way.)
Where to find the best possible versions of the beverages people guzzle every March 17.
Our favorite local goodies, gear, and gadgets.
A Mount Baker couple builds a home big enough for their bicycles.
Inspired by the 75th Annual Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show, held March 9 & 10 at the CenturyLink Field Event Center
Or: Where to wear your fancy pants this season.
Notable Seattleites tell us their 2013 travel plans.