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Seattle's Next Hot Chefs 2014

Seattle Met toasts its second annual class of up-and-coming culinary stars.

  • By Allecia Vermillion and Kathryn Robinson
  • Published 06/02/2014


The Trouble with Shaken Baby Syndrome

After three decades and thousands of accusations and fractured lives, medical and legal experts are challenging shaken baby syndrome as a diagnosis. And as one family's saga demonstrates, we can't wait any longer to get it right.

  • By James Ross Gardner
  • Published 04/02/2014

Editor's Note

Shake Up

Of the estimated 1,200 to 1,400 cases of babies who exhibit signs attributed to shaken baby syndrome every year, a much smaller number—one estimate places the number around 100 to 150—end up in criminal court.

  • By Katherine Koberg
  • Published 04/01/2014


25 Objects That Changed Seattle

From fossils to software, artifacts tell the story of the Emerald City.

  • By Bess Lovejoy
  • Published 12/01/2013


Holiday Style Guide

Gift ideas, holiday entertaining tips, and wish lists for the season

  • By Molly Warinsky, Julia Kernerman, and Laura Cassidy
  • Published 11/01/2013


Garden in a Glass

Landscaper Jessi Bloom designs elaborate edible gardens with a boozy twist.

  • By Katie Vincent
  • Published 08/01/2013


Summer Shopping Streets

Take out-of-town guests on a trio of sprees in Seattle’s newest retail neighborhoods.

  • By Laura Cassidy
  • Published 08/01/2013


Must-Haves for a Weekend in the Woods

Our favorite local goodies, gear, and gadgets

  • By Amanda Zurita
  • Published 07/01/2013


MakerHaus Makes the Impossible Possible for Wannabe Inventors

The Fremont space offers affordable access to equipment that would be off-limits to one-person operations.

  • By Dameon Matule
  • Published 05/22/2013


Mezcal in Seattle

The smoky spirit has some ardent fans in Seattle. Two of them explain the magic.

  • By Allecia Vermillion
  • Published 04/17/2013


Inside the Super-Green Bullitt Center

When it opens, the six-story building will be the most energy-efficient commercial space in the world.

  • By Matthew Halverson
  • Published 03/20/2013


Milstead and Co.’s Brave New Coffee Model

A small league of coffee shops has developed a new model for serving some of the best coffee in the world; and one Fremont cafe is doing it bigger—and better—than anyone else.

  • By Jordan Michelman
  • Published 01/23/2013


The Education of Ed Murray

The biggest winner of the 2012 election wasn’t even on the ballot, but he’s poised to be the most powerful man in Olympia, and Seattle.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 12/19/2012

Modernist Herbivores

Michael Natkin of Herbivoracious Joins On with ChefSteps

The software engineer turned vegetarian cookbook author brings his dual talents to Seattle's revolutionary new cooking school.

  • By Allecia Vermillion
  • Published 12/04/2012


Hunger Pains at the Food Bank

As more people struggle to make ends meet, Seattle food banks strain to keep up with demand.

  • By Erica C. Barnett
  • Published 11/28/2012
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