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Is Consensus Gone After Tim Burgess?

Over the past decade, Tim Burgess has clashed and collaborated with colleagues and as a council member left fingerprints on some of the city’s most important legislation. But mostly he has been a consensus builder. What happens when he’s gone?

12:00pm By Hayat Norimine

Too Late for Lattes

5 Work-Friendly Spots with Quality Booze

Hint: Seek the word "cafe."

9:00am By Stefan Milne

Sales & Events

Wear What When: September 18–24

Bellevue Fashion Week is finally here, Visette Boutique blesses us with a sample sale, and Join Shop hosts a wood whittling workshop.

8:30am By Rosin Saez

Biscuits and Backstory

Why JuneBaby Was 2017's Biggest-Deal Restaurant Opening

Chef Edouardo Jordan cemented his fine-dining cred at Salare, but his second restaurant is far more personal.

8:00am By Allecia Vermillion

Trend

All-Day Cafes Are a Byproduct of Seattle's New Work Culture

These stylish coffee-to-wine destinations have a symbiotic relationship with the city's new workforce.

8:00am By Allecia Vermillion

Mayor's Office

Council Votes Burgess to Be Seattle's Next Mayor

Tim Burgess has been a council member since 2008 and will be mayor for 71 days before he retires.

09/18/2017 By Hayat Norimine