November 2014
Table of Contents
Cover Story
From buoyant fusion to transcendent bar food, Seattle Met presents 10 newcomers that defined the year in food.
Features
Thumbnail for - Collapse: The Oso Mudslide and the Community That Survived It
The Oso mudslide in March 2014 was one of the deadliest landslides in U.S. history. This is the story of those who witnessed it firsthand.
Thumbnail for - Best Restaurant of 2014: Loulay
Thierry Rautureau’s three-level showpiece bucks nearly every ascendant trend.
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Seattle Met honors the best nonprofits, volunteers, and do-gooders that make Seattle a better place.
Seattle is undergoing something like a renaissance.
From buoyant fusion to transcendent bar food, Seattle Met presents 10 newcomers that defined the year in food.
An encounter with the world's most opulent bratwurst.
Vuong Loc turns a former Turkish rug shop into a most neighborly French restaurant.
10 enduring greats that should never fall off the radar.
November’s imbibing agenda.
What diners are talking about this month.
Thierry Rautureau’s three-level showpiece bucks nearly every ascendant trend.
Six hometown celebrities and the spots where they're regulars.
Tig Notaro joked her way through cancer and lived to tell about it.
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre visits with ‘King Lear,’ poet Matthea Harvey reads at Chihuly Garden and Glass, and more of the month’s best bets.
Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.
I’ve spent the last eight years correcting well-intentioned friends and colleagues who introduced me as the fashion editor of this magazine. “Style editor,” I’d say, the emphasis polite but clear. But where that conversation ends is actually...
Nothing combats winter chill like nature’s hot tub.
The Oso mudslide in March 2014 was one of the deadliest landslides in U.S. history. This is the story of those who witnessed it firsthand.
Seattle Met honors the best nonprofits, volunteers, and do-gooders that make Seattle a better place.
The reasons for Mark Driscoll’s fall are many. The bigger question is how he got there in the first place.
A new tax would require developers to pay up to $22 per square foot on new construction to help fund affordable housing.
Seattle’s new protected bike lanes will only succeed when bike commuters agree to use them.
Before voting on this November’s monorail initiative, test your knowledge of the transit project’s up-and-down history.
After a rocky couple years GET, Washington’s tuition investment program, is back in the black. And with enrollment starting November 1, here’s what you need to know before you buy in.
There must be reasonable arguments against increased background checks for gun purchases, right? They must exist, given the fact that dueling gun initiatives show up on this month’s ballot. Initiative 594 would require background checks for all...
Bikini barista Payton Scott is the star of the new reality TV series 'Grounded in Seattle.'
When a billion-dollar video game goes live-action, it’s important to get the details right.
Cast Architecture designs a Mazama vacation home for year-round adventure.