Picking Seattle’s greatest homes.
I love this man (“The Man Who Invented Winter,” December 2011). Thanks for the great article on Warren Miller.Bryan RutbergQueen Anne
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Our Man in Cairo
I was a student at the University of Puget Sound in 1975, and remember...
At SeaTac restaurant Copperleaf, farm-to-table cooking is more than just a marketing shtick.
Olympia oysters, the only variety indigenous to the West Coast, are at their best in the winter months.
Chefs Brian McCracken and Dana Tough break down the Coterie Room’s king crab dish.
Red Mill’s new Ballard restaurant marks the burger chainlet’s first foray into fish-and-chips.
Canlis swaps Starbucks’ Casi Cielo roast for Chicago-based roaster Intelligentsia.
Italian aperitifs are central to the identity of Capitol Hill bar Artusi but don’t short the culinary program.
A team of University of Washington researchers (lead by Matthew Alford of the Applied Physics Laboratory) has recruited a favorite movie theater snack as a test subject.
Rabih Mroué visits On the Boards to give audiences a glimpse of his latest work in progress, The Pixelated Revolution, and showcase 2003’s Looking for a Missing Employee.
Photographer Isaac Layman finds paradise at Frye Art Museum.
From West Side Story at The Paramount Theatre to a David Lynch retrospective at SIFF Cinema at the Uptown.
Parents: It’s college application essay season. Do you know where your neuroses are?
In the memoir The Map of My Dead Pilots: The Dangerous Game of Flying in Alaska, Anacortes resident Colleen Mondor flies us to the 49th state, where she dispatched planes in the mid-’90s.
This month’s party guests: John Robertson, Carrie Brownstein, Dorli Rainey, Joshua Bell, Susan Enfield, and Charlie Mandigo.
The best of Seattlemet.com blogs: Nosh Pit, Tripster, and Culture Fiend.
An excerpt from a letter Bruce Lee wrote in 1960.
In the George Lucas–produced movie Red Tails, Hollywood will tell the story of the Tuskegee Airmen this month. George Hickman knows more than the plot.
Susan Marabito, who holds down the fort at downtown Seattle shop Vetri, turns her wardrobe into a party.