1013 cover final1 jvwgfe

Top Stories

Feature

Ground Control to Mr. Meline

Rob Meline always dreamed of being an astronaut. He became a teacher instead. When he fell victim to a family secret in October 2012, he became the symbol of a flawed judicial system. What his students did next was out of this world.

09/17/2013 By James Ross Gardner

Article

A Guide to Washington Cider

It was a staple during our country’s earliest days, but in Washington the cider industry is newer than the iPhone. And (hyperbole alert) nearly as popular.

09/17/2013 By Allecia Vermillion

Article

Fall Fashion: O Pioneers!

Pioneer Square—the once and future heart of the city—is the backdrop for our mix of fall’s pastoral flourishes and modern minimalism.

09/20/2013 By Laura Cassidy With Amanda Zurita and Kirby Ellis

Table of Contents

Arts & Culture

Article

Is Benjamin Salman Seattle’s Next Great Pianist?

At just 19 years old, the son of celebrated concert pianist Mark Salman is proving that a talent for tickling the ivories doesn’t skip a generation.

09/17/2013 By Matthew Halverson

Article

Momix Performs ‘Botanica’

Momix’s dance-illusionists conjure nature with help from The Lion King’s puppet designer.

09/17/2013 By Seth Sommerfeld

Article

How To Get More Out of the Money You Planned to Spend on a Newspaper

In early August, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos paid a quarter of a billion dollars for The Washington Post. He’s a smart guy, but...didn’t anyone tell him print is dead?

09/17/2013

Article

Malcolm Gladwell Believes Nothing Is Too Big to Fail

The pop sociologist champions the underdog in his book, David and Goliath.

09/17/2013 By Seth Sommerfeld

Article

Perfect Party

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

09/17/2013 By Allison Williams

Article

Inmate, Please Report to America’s Strongest Woman

An Edmonds Community College dean shows some muscle.

09/17/2013 By James Ross Gardner

Article

How the Feds Found a Prolific Peddler of Fake Chihulys

It might not have ever happened if it weren’t for the help of one of the artist’s old colleagues.

09/17/2013 By Matthew Halverson

Article

Mars Hill’s Musical Mission

Dustin Kensrue spreads Mars Hill Church’s gospel through its own record label, even if it’s not typical Christian rock.

09/16/2013 By Seth Sommerfeld

Eat & Drink

Article

Le Zinc, Neighborhood Hot Spot

The chic Capitol Hill bistro and bar from the folks behind Maximilien serves genuinely admirable French food.

10/01/2013 By Kathryn Robinson

Pour

Where to Watch College Football in Seattle

Fans from the Big-10, the Big-12, and the Pac-12 can find refuge in these local sports bars.

10/01/2013 By Allecia Vermillion

Article

News Feed: October

Dining news dispatches from around the city.

10/01/2013 By Allecia Vermillion

Article

Cider Apples Taste Nasty

And they’re in really short supply.

10/01/2013 By Allecia Vermillion

Article

Stoneburner Sets the Stage

Curtain’s up on the latest production from Seattle’s reigning restaurant showmen.

10/01/2013 By Kathryn Robinson

Article

Cideries in Eastern Washington

Where to sample cider should you find yourself in Spokane or Pullman.

09/20/2013 By Allecia Vermillion

Article

A Guide to Washington Cider

It was a staple during our country’s earliest days, but in Washington the cider industry is newer than the iPhone. And (hyperbole alert) nearly as popular.

09/17/2013 By Allecia Vermillion

Article

SDOT Fights Street Crime With Street Food

The department hopes to clean up Westlake Plaza and Alaskan Way with food trucks.

09/17/2013 By Allecia Vermillion

Editor's Note

Article

What to Do in October

Drink cider, take a day trip, and join us for dinner.

10/01/2013 By Katherine Koberg

Health & Wellness

Article

The Autism Schism

Is autism a disorder to be cured or a condition to be understood?

10/01/2013 By Kathryn Robinson

Home & Real Estate

Article

Retro West Seattle Kitchen Remodel

Vintage-style appliances with modern features inspire a kitchen makeover.

10/01/2013 By Lauren Mang

Inbox

News & City Life

Feature

Ground Control to Mr. Meline

Rob Meline always dreamed of being an astronaut. He became a teacher instead. When he fell victim to a family secret in October 2012, he became the symbol of a flawed judicial system. What his students did next was out of this world.

09/17/2013 By James Ross Gardner

Article

Everything You Needed to Know About Parklets

This fall SDOT will convert parking spaces in three neighborhoods to miniparks. Parklets could spread throughout the city by next year.

09/17/2013 By Karen Taylor Quinn

Style & Shopping

Article

Fall Fashion: O Pioneers!

Pioneer Square—the once and future heart of the city—is the backdrop for our mix of fall’s pastoral flourishes and modern minimalism.

09/20/2013 By Laura Cassidy With Amanda Zurita and Kirby Ellis

Article

Must-Haves for Enjoying Fall

Our favorite local goodies, gear, and gadgets

09/17/2013 By Amanda Zurita