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Seattle’s Best Places to Work

We snuck into the best offices in Seattle to find where the daily grind is actually a treat.

03/16/2015 By Allison Williams

Top Stories

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The Brief, Extraordinary Life of Cody Spafford

Cody Spafford found both solace and redemption in the kitchen of Seattle’s most celebrated restaurant. What turned a promising chef into a bank robber?

03/10/2015 By Allecia Vermillion

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Spring Arts Calendar

There’s no shortage of cultural offerings in Seattle this spring, and for every ageless classic, there’s an up-and-coming fresh upstart itching to improve on the past.

03/02/2015 By Seth Sommerfeld

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What It Takes to Make It in Seattle

Can you survive in Seattle on a Seattle salary? We polled young workers, each at the beginning of their careers, to find out what “making it” looks like.

03/16/2015 By Allison Williams

Table of Contents

Arts & Culture

Feature

Spring Arts Calendar

There’s no shortage of cultural offerings in Seattle this spring, and for every ageless classic, there’s an up-and-coming fresh upstart itching to improve on the past.

03/02/2015 By Seth Sommerfeld

Mudroom

Perfect Party March 2015

Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.

03/02/2015 By Seattle Met Staff

Passing Through

WWE Wrestler Mick Foley Turns to Comedy

The former wrestler wants you to laugh until it hurts.

03/02/2015 By Seth Sommerfeld

Mudroom

Emerald City Comicon’s Corporate Acquisition

Seattle’s biggest comic book show has new out-of-town owners, and nerds want to know—is this the beginning of the end?

03/02/2015 By Matthew Halverson

Eat & Drink

Review

Tray Kitchen: Dim Sum from the Farm

This new concept isn’t so new after all.

03/09/2015 By Kathryn Robinson

Beer, Wine, Spirit

3 Drinks for March

This month's imbibing agenda

03/02/2015 By Sean P. Sullivan and Allecia Vermillion

Review

Single Shot on Capitol Hill: A Shot of Style

This new watering hole is the hottest ticket in town.

03/02/2015 By Kathryn Robinson

Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Friends and Benefits

Finding your tribe in the workplace

03/16/2015 By James Ross Gardner

Home & Real Estate

Habitat

Blue Dream on Bainbridge Island

Johnson Squared designs a contemporary home with hues, views, and plenty of room for a young family of five.

03/10/2015 By Angela Cabotaje

News & City Life

Feature

Seattle’s Best Places to Work

We snuck into the best offices in Seattle to find where the daily grind is actually a treat.

03/16/2015 By Allison Williams

Feature

Doesn't Anyone Want to See My Resume?

Getting a job in Seattle is all about standing out.

03/16/2015 By Allison Williams

Feature

What It Takes to Make It in Seattle

Can you survive in Seattle on a Seattle salary? We polled young workers, each at the beginning of their careers, to find out what “making it” looks like.

03/16/2015 By Allison Williams

Back Fence

Meet the McClearys

The person behind the most stunning lawsuit in Washington state history may not be who you expect.

03/11/2015 By Kathryn Robinson

Feature

The Brief, Extraordinary Life of Cody Spafford

Cody Spafford found both solace and redemption in the kitchen of Seattle’s most celebrated restaurant. What turned a promising chef into a bank robber?

03/10/2015 By Allecia Vermillion

Explainer

The First Hill Streetcar Delay

We should all be able to ride the rails from Capitol Hill to Pioneer Square by now, but like that other downtown transit project that shall remain nameless, the First Hill Streetcar has hit a few snags. Okay, several snags. Here’s how it happened.

03/02/2015 By Matthew Halverson

Quote Unquote

Robert Nellams and KeyArena Prep for the NCAA Tournament

After more than a decade, March Madness is finally returning to Seattle. And Seattle Center’s director couldn’t be happier.

03/02/2015 By Matthew Halverson

Rainmakers

The JuJu Joint Enterprise

Marcus Charles’s budding e-joint business isn’t just blowing smoke.

03/02/2015 By Angela Cabotaje

Style & Shopping

Elements of Style

Filson’s Past and Future Style

After 118 years outfitting outdoorsmen and urban lumberjacks, Seattle-based Filson digs into its storehouse of vintage luggage and totes with the recent launch of its Restoration Department, a workshop that gives second life to timeworn gear.

03/04/2015 By Amanda Zurita

Snap Judgment

Critiquing SPD’s New Uniforms

Seattle Police Department rolled out a new uniform this winter, so naturally we had to ask local designers: fine or a fineable offense?

03/02/2015 By Seattle Met Staff

Travel & Outdoors

Travel Dispatch

Northwest Travel News, Spring 2015

Where you’ll want to go, and what’s happening there

03/02/2015 By Allison Williams