This is the fifth year running that Seattle Met has celebrated 100 top wines produced in our region. If this year is like previous ones, we will be awash in comments from wine lovers who question our methods. Why are some highly respected...
Punk Rock vs. Bullies
I was honored to be interviewed for James Ross Gardner’s article “Mean Kids” (July 2012). The article does justice to the harassment I went through.
“Mean Kids” gives readers a closer look into what really happens in...
The weird appeal of dining with strangers.
Canon executive chef Andrew Cross’s rhubarb and foie gras dish blends savory, sour, sweet, and salty.
An old warehouse is reborn as the Fremont Collective, and two notable Seattle restaurants move in.
An election-season primer to a winning field of candidates in theater, dance, music, and more.
We asked 35 Seattle directors, musicians, dancers, and all-around culture gurus to give us their top picks for the year. All of the answers are anonymous, all praise unfettered.
In 1987, Darryl Baines got the one thing he’d always dreamed of—a chance to play in the NFL, for the Seattle Seahawks. The gifted athlete could outrun anyone or anything—except his own demons.
Here’s who we’d invite to a dinner party if we could entertain September’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis rap for gay marriage, the Rainier “R” gets restored, City Target opens, and family-friendly restaurants create hell for the kid-free.
Secrets of the Cell the second installment in Royden Lepp’s graphic novel series Rust.
Edmonds's most famous trivia hound shares how he got on Jeopardy! and admits he actually likes being wrong.
The violin virtuoso finds as much inspiration in Freddie Mercury as Tchaikovsky and gives concerts that double as daring performance art.
Junot Díaz, the Shins, and violin virtuoso Joshua Bell come to town.
Design 10301’s Sharon Roth is the best Seattle women’s wear designer you’ve never heard of.
An interview with Anna Rose Telcs, who shapes fabric and cloth the way sculptors shape metal and wood.