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The Top 100 Washington Wines

Our annual list of the 100 best Washington wines – plus ideas for when and how to drink them.

10/08/2014 By Sean P. Sullivan

Top Stories

Feature

The 10 Crimes That Shook Seattle

From D. B. Cooper to Ted Bundy to the Wah Mee Massacre, the crimes (and criminals) that impacted the city the most.

10/01/2014 By Bess Lovejoy

Essay

What It Feels Like to Be Wrongly Accused

I spent four years in an Italian prison for a crime I didn’t commit. And I am not alone.

10/01/2014 By Amanda Knox

Crime

This Is What Happens to Your Bike After It’s Stolen

Last year 1,121 bicycles in Seattle were reported stolen. That’s roughly three purloined bikes a day. But the moment a ride is pinched is only the beginning.

10/01/2014 By Casey Jaywork

Fall Fashion 2014

Seattle Fall Fashion 2014 at the Frye Art Museum

This month the Frye Art Museum moves a crowd-curated collection of master works into the main galleries. What future classics will you exhibit this season?

09/15/2014 With Laura Cassidy Photography by April Brimer

Table of Contents

Arts & Culture

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: October 2014

A Tony-winning play, a Newbery-winning book, and Macklemore’s pals release competing albums.

10/01/2014 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Eat & Drink

Top 100 Washington Wines

Wine Geek Cheat Sheet

Trot out these five topics to impress at your next gathering.

10/10/2014 By Sean P. Sullivan

Article

The Top 100 Washington Wines

Our annual list of the 100 best Washington wines – plus ideas for when and how to drink them.

10/08/2014 By Sean P. Sullivan

Top 100 Washington Wines

Wine from Walla Walla's Rocky Region

This corner of the valley is poised to be one of the most important wine regions in the world. Great news…for Oregon.

10/07/2014 By Sean P. Sullivan

Top 100 Washington Wines

Meet the Winemakers

10/01/2014 By Sean P. Sullivan

Trends

A Guide to Six New Bars in Pioneer Square

These newcomers are technically bars. So why can’t we stop talking about the food?

10/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson Illustrations by Melissa Martin

Pour

One Beer, One Wine and One Cocktail for October

This month’s imbibing agenda

10/01/2014 With Sean P. Sullivan By Allecia Vermillion

News Feed

Seattle Restaurant News for October

What diners are talking about this month.

10/01/2014 By Allecia Vermillion

Cookbooks

Renee Erickson Releases Her First Cookbook

The queen of oysters and rosé’s cookbook, A Boat, a Whale, and a Walrus, contains 151 lovely recipes and almost as many photos of rosé.

10/01/2014 By Caroline Ferguson

Restaurant Review

Restaurant Marron’s Grand Ambitions

There’s an enthusiastic new vibe in one of Seattle’s most historic dining rooms.

10/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Top 100 Washington Wines

How to Taste 700 Wines in 13 Days

The wine critic explains how he determines our Top 100 Washington Wine list.

09/17/2014 By Sean P. Sullivan

Top 100 Washington Wines

Best Washington Wines Under $15 and $25

Though they didn’t quite make this year’s Top 100 list, these wines seriously over-deliver for the price. Here are high-scoring bottles that ring in at less than $25 as well as recommended wines under $15 (both listed alphabetically).

09/12/2014 By Sean P. Sullivan

Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Serve and Protect

10/01/2014 By James Ross Gardner

Home & Real Estate

Habitat

Modern Design Makeover in Phinney Ridge

Interior designer Lindsey Runyon revives a tired living room.

10/01/2014 By Angela Cabotaje

News & City Life

Crime

This Is What Happens to Your Bike After It’s Stolen

Last year 1,121 bicycles in Seattle were reported stolen. That’s roughly three purloined bikes a day. But the moment a ride is pinched is only the beginning.

10/01/2014 By Casey Jaywork

Feature

The 10 Crimes That Shook Seattle

From D. B. Cooper to Ted Bundy to the Wah Mee Massacre, the crimes (and criminals) that impacted the city the most.

10/01/2014 By Bess Lovejoy

Explainer

The Sea Star Die-off

Last summer, an ecologist noticed sea stars dying on the outer coast of the Olympic Peninsula. Since then, 80 percent of the starfish population has disintegrated due to a mysterious syndrome scientists call sea star wasting.

10/01/2014 By Heather Hansman

Back Fence

Seattle's Small Time Criminals

What petty crime has taught me about community.

10/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Feature

Crime in Seattle, By the Numbers

10/01/2014 Research by Ezra Parter and Casey Jaywork

Feature

Who Killed Tom Wales?

The murder of the beloved federal prosecutor remains unsolved 13 years later.

10/01/2014 By Seattle Met Staff

Essay

What It Feels Like to Be Wrongly Accused

I spent four years in an Italian prison for a crime I didn’t commit. And I am not alone.

10/01/2014 By Amanda Knox

Mudroom

Perfect Party October 2014

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

10/01/2014 By Seattle Met Staff

Power Lines

Prop 1 Could Save King County Metro But Hurt Future Funding

Seattle’s thumbing its nose at Olympia on bus funding by putting Prop 1 on the ballot in November. Will this go-it-alone gambit to preserve transit backfire and ultimately dry up future funding from the state?

10/01/2014 By Josh Feit

Quote Unquote

Kyle MacLachlan and Pursued By Bear Wines

Yakima native Kyle MacLachlan is just as serious about making wine as he is about making good television.

10/01/2014 Edited by Matthew Halverson

Urban Upgrade

Density Triumphs in Seattle

A Wallingford development is criticized for being too small, spurring the city council to mandate new laws requiring more height and density for Seattle.

10/01/2014 By Josh Feit

Feature

Meet Kathleen O'Toole, Seattle's New Crime Fighter

Can the new chief save the Seattle Police Department from itself?

10/01/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

Passing Through

Nicholas Kristof, World Saver

The Oregon boy secretly likes Washington state best.

10/01/2014 By Allison Williams

Local Business

Taking the Pulse of Biotech

With the loss of biotech giant Amgen, what’s next for the industry?

10/01/2014 By Hanna Brooks Olsen

Rainmakers

Long Live the Stylus

A Pioneer Square company is doodling its way to the future.

10/01/2014 By Allison Williams

Style & Shopping

Fall Fashion 2014

Seattle Fall Fashion 2014 at the Frye Art Museum

This month the Frye Art Museum moves a crowd-curated collection of master works into the main galleries. What future classics will you exhibit this season?

09/15/2014 With Laura Cassidy Photography by April Brimer

Travel & Outdoors

Travel Dispatch

Northwest Travel News Fall 2014

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

10/01/2014 By Allison Williams