September 2009
Table of Contents
Cover Story
Celebrate the harvest at premier wine destinations around Washington: Lake Chelan, Whidbey Island, Woodinville, and Kirkland.
Features
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From Rufus Wainwright to August: Osage County, Michelangelo to Stephen Sondheim and Frank Rich, this is your primer to Seattle’s best fall bets in theater, art, music, books, and dance.
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11 top wine experts pick the best 100 Northwest wines under $50. Included: Video coverage on selecting the best wines for your buck, courtesy q13fox.com
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By the time Luke Elliott Sommer finished U.S. Army Ranger School his mind had become a precision weapon capable of planning strategic attacks on buildings in enemy territory. Then he came home and orchestrated a robbery of the Bank of America on...
Letters about previous articles from the Seattle metropolitan community.
New Capitol Hill restaurant the Tin Table is where the smart set goes to get a kick from champagne.
Hotel restaurants making news.
A recap of the media war over the opening of 15th Ave Coffee and Tea.
Believe it or not, ginger does grown in Washington. Plus, Matthew Dillon of the Corson Building shares a recipe for braised hanging tender with ginger.
11 top wine experts pick the best 100 Northwest wines under $50. Included: Video coverage on selecting the best wines for your buck, courtesy q13fox.com
Even if the Washington Huskies are riding a losing streak, here are five reasons to actually get pumped about the purple and gold football season.
Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Lucien Postlewaite shares why he loved taking the lead in Roméo et Juliette.
Dennis Haysbert, the president on Fox’s 24 and the face of Allstate Insurance Company commercials, remains diplomatic about The Details, the movie he’s making in Seattle with Tobey Maguire.
From Rufus Wainwright to August: Osage County, Michelangelo to Stephen Sondheim and Frank Rich, this is your primer to Seattle’s best fall bets in theater, art, music, books, and dance.
Is Madonna too old to wear rabbit ears? Am I? What does it mean, dressing my age?
Bellingham’s Andrew Connor, of the Cody Rivers Show and artistic director of SketchFest Seattle Comedy Festival, reveals the magic behind his comical stage genius.
A conversation with retailers Butch Blum and Kay Smith-Blum.
The brand new shops at the Bravern include Neiman Marcus, Hermès, and Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa, and they give Bellevue a style edge.
See Spot run, jump, tunnel, and weave at Sandra Katzen’s Vortex Agility and Dog Training facility in Kent.
Celebrate the harvest at premier wine destinations around Washington: Lake Chelan, Whidbey Island, Woodinville, and Kirkland.
Two generations of of the Pham family bridge the news business and the Vietnamese community with Northwest Vietnamese News.
Bill Gates has applied for five patents for hurricane-fighting technology intended to turn Katrina-like catastrophes into gentle ocean breezes. Not so fast, say weather experts.
Seattle start-up Earth Class Mail just signed a licensing deal with Swiss Post Box, which digitizes mail for the nation of Switzerland.
Sound Transit’s $2.4 billion light rail launched on July 18, when 51,000 riders took it for an inaugural spin. Here’s what it took.
By the time Luke Elliott Sommer finished U.S. Army Ranger School his mind had become a precision weapon capable of planning strategic attacks on buildings in enemy territory. Then he came home and orchestrated a robbery of the Bank of America on...
Amely Wurmbrand uses mosaic and tiles to lend artful touches to her modern Shoreline home.
New federal mortgage rules under the Home Valuation Code of Conduct may hurt homeowners more than it helps. Plus, Mukilteo ranks as one of the country’s best small towns.