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The Lost Slipper

In 2004, a top Seattle gardener acquired one of the most breathtaking orchid specimens she had ever seen. But at the Volunteer Park Conservatory—a magnet for plant thieves—this orchid never stood a chance.

01/04/2009 By Roger Brooks

Gardening 2008

Earth Movers

Thanks to our area’s climate (and microclimates), we can be the gardeners we’ve always wanted to be. These three green thumbs created landscapes that spoke to their whimsical nature, their love of prized perennials, and their lasting memories of Tuscan vi

01/04/2009 By Marty Wingate

SPRING FASHION

Dress Code

Whether you go long, short, vivid, neutral, soft, or loud, it’s all about the dress this season.

01/04/2009

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Mr. Personalities

Actor Nick Garrison finds his own voice and discovers that life is a Cabaret.

01/04/2009 By Steve Wiecking

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Arts & Culture

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Out of Africa

Mama Maria Kenya’s Third Annual Benefit Auction

01/12/2009

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The Boys Back Home

Stop-Loss director Kimberly Peirce soldiers on with our returning men in uniform.

01/04/2009 By Steve Wiecking

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Once Upon a Time

Questions for indie folk singer Jamie Spiess.

01/04/2009 By Laura Cassidy

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Sonic Youth

NBA rookie Kevin Durant needs to see more of Seattle—before it’s too late.

01/04/2009 By Jim Gullo

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Arch Revival

01/04/2009 By Sarah Anderson

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Mr. Personalities

Actor Nick Garrison finds his own voice and discovers that life is a Cabaret.

01/04/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Eat & Drink

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How to Name a Restaurant

At How to Cook a Wolf, Ethan Stowell delivers simple plates, simply.

01/05/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

SCENE

Teatro Zinzanni

01/04/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

JOINT

Pam’s Kitchen

01/04/2009

NEIGHBORHOOD HOT SPOT

Boom Noodle

01/04/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Garlic Goes Green

The stinking rose sprouts a fresh look (and taste) for spring.

01/04/2009 By Jess Thomson

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Day Sippers

With six wineries now on Bainbridge, a full day’s tasting is just a ferry ride away.

01/04/2009 By Tristan Baurick

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A Tear in Your Beer

How Seattle can cope with the international hops crisis.

01/04/2009 By Sarah Anderson

Editor's Note

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A Note from the Editor

Flower Power

01/04/2009

Health & Wellness

PASSINGTHROUGH

Rally with Sally

Sally Field has good bone structure.

01/04/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Home & Real Estate

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The Lost Slipper

In 2004, a top Seattle gardener acquired one of the most breathtaking orchid specimens she had ever seen. But at the Volunteer Park Conservatory—a magnet for plant thieves—this orchid never stood a chance.

01/04/2009 By Roger Brooks

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Light House

A Madison Park family tosses aside its traditional roots to create a modern home that glows.

01/04/2009 By Naomi Zeitlin

Gardening 2008

Earth Movers

Thanks to our area’s climate (and microclimates), we can be the gardeners we’ve always wanted to be. These three green thumbs created landscapes that spoke to their whimsical nature, their love of prized perennials, and their lasting memories of Tuscan vi

01/04/2009 By Marty Wingate

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Looking for Closure

01/04/2009 By Laura Peach

Inbox

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Mail from the Metro

Letters to Seattle Met

01/04/2009

News & City Life

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Clear the Camps (or) Let Sleeping Bags Lie?

Seattle has a new playbook for clearing out squatter camps, but critics say it’s inhumane and leaves the homeless nowhere to go.

01/04/2009 By James Ross Gardner

Style & Shopping

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What a Turn On

Let there be light: Shop for retro, rebuilt, and brand-new lighting designs.

01/04/2009 By Laura Cassidy

SPRING FASHION

Dress Code

Whether you go long, short, vivid, neutral, soft, or loud, it’s all about the dress this season.

01/04/2009

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Make a Break for It

Catch the sunshine if you can, and coax it along with sunny colors.

01/04/2009 By Kate Caplis

Travel & Outdoors

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Island Bound

See the secret side of the San Juans by sailboat.

01/04/2009 By Lia Steakley Dicker