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Northwest Travel

20 Perfect Spring Day Trips

Treks, tours, and garden getaways to celebrate the end of winter: Pet a wallaby, haunt a ghost town, or hunker down in a hotel that might as well be in Hawaii.

03/29/2018 By Allison Williams

Top Stories

Feature

Darren Berg on the Run: Inside the Biggest Ponzi Scheme in Washington State History

He owned yachts and sped around the country in Lear jets—spoils from the more than $100 million he bilked from investors—before he was convicted and sent away to serve an 18-year sentence in federal prison. Then, late last year, Darren Berg disappeared.

03/19/2018 By Ciara O'Rourke

Style

We Bring Brightness: Spring Fashion 2018

The women behind the podcast Hella Black Hella Seattle bring as much vibrancy and liveliness to the local audio scene as they do to their community. This spring, style aspires to their radiance.

03/26/2018 By Rosin Saez With Jane Sherman Photography by Elizabeth Rudge

Table of Contents

Arts & Culture

Scene

The Biggest Comedy Club You (Probably) Haven't Heard Of

Dave and Angela Dennison own Laughs Comedy Club Seattle, one of the only old-school stand-up venues in the city. You may not know them, but you know the big name they booked this month.

03/27/2018 By Darren Davis

Around the World in Many Days

The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race Is Headed for Seattle

When a fleet of globe-sailing yachts arrives in April, don’t be surprised if you decide to join a crew.

03/23/2018 By Allison Williams

Eat & Drink

Trend

Popups Are Having a Moment

Local chefs embrace the ­tactical benefits of a one-off meal. For diners, the perks are anything but prosaic.

03/27/2018 By Rosin Saez

Critic's Picks

What We're Eating Now: April 2018

This month’s favorites: Filipino fare, wonderful wokked noodles, and a bagel that’s worth the wait.

03/27/2018 By Nosh Pit Staff

Best of the City

19 of Seattle's Best Brunch Spots Right Now

From benedicts to pho, our top picks for weekend fortification.

03/27/2018 By Nosh Pit Staff

Review

Supreme Pizza Is West Seattle's No-Frills, Throwback Pizza Bar

At Ma‘ono chef Mark Fuller's new joint, the frills are nonexistent, the cocktail list is broad, and the pie is for real.

03/27/2018 By Allecia Vermillion

Editor's Note

Editor's Note

From the Editor: Spring Soundtrack

Let some of the city’s brightest podcasters ride shotgun on your April road trip.

03/27/2018 By James Ross Gardner

Home & Real Estate

Habitat

A Colorful, Classic Update to a Queen Anne Craftsman

Ambitious paint choices liven up this Queen Anne home while accentuating its original touches.

03/27/2018 By Darren Davis

News & City Life

The Shade Index

Seattle Twitter Accounts That Really Should Exist

Did you know the forthcoming Washington State Convention Center annex has its own Twitter account (@wsccaddition)? So does the daily visibility of Mount Rainier (@IsMtRainierOut). Here are some other oddly specific Twitter accounts we long to see.

03/27/2018 By Seattle Met Staff

Snap Judgment

Should Seattle Adopt Rent Control?

A measure to repeal Washington’s ban on rent control—in place since 1981—got further in the state legislature this year than ever before. The bill didn’t pass, but Seattleites were left wondering anew if regulating rent prices would work here.

03/27/2018 By Manola Secaira

War of the Rosies

Will the Real Rosie the Riveter Please Stand up?

The woman said to inspire the famous wartime image recently passed away in Washington. And all it took to secure her legacy was a case of mistaken identity and one scholar’s six-year search for the truth.

03/27/2018 By Allecia Vermillion

Out of Sight

What Are Seattle Views Really Worth—And What Happens When We Lose Them?

Views of natural wonders like Puget Sound and the mountain ranges are increasingly scarcer, and pricier.

03/27/2018 By Hayat Norimine

Explainer

Why the Hanford Nuclear Cleanup Is Still Happening 73 Years Later

And what the project stands to lose thanks to budget cuts.

03/27/2018 By Hayat Norimine

Quote Unquote

Ken Jennings and John Roderick Are Preserving History for After the Apocalypse

By way of their podcast, Omnibus.

03/27/2018 By Jessica Voelker

Feature

Darren Berg on the Run: Inside the Biggest Ponzi Scheme in Washington State History

He owned yachts and sped around the country in Lear jets—spoils from the more than $100 million he bilked from investors—before he was convicted and sent away to serve an 18-year sentence in federal prison. Then, late last year, Darren Berg disappeared.

03/19/2018 By Ciara O'Rourke

Style & Shopping

Style

We Bring Brightness: Spring Fashion 2018

The women behind the podcast Hella Black Hella Seattle bring as much vibrancy and liveliness to the local audio scene as they do to their community. This spring, style aspires to their radiance.

03/26/2018 By Rosin Saez With Jane Sherman Photography by Elizabeth Rudge

How We Got That Shot

Spring Fashion 2018: Behind the Scenes

Watch how we brought “We Bring Brightness” to life for this year’s spring fashion feature.

03/23/2018 Videography by Sara Marie D’Eugenio

Travel & Outdoors

Northwest Travel

20 Perfect Spring Day Trips

Treks, tours, and garden getaways to celebrate the end of winter: Pet a wallaby, haunt a ghost town, or hunker down in a hotel that might as well be in Hawaii.

03/29/2018 By Allison Williams