Out and Proud

Where to Celebrate Seattle Pride 2013

The Supreme Court hands down two landmark gay-marriage decisions right before our pride party. What timing.

06/26/2013 By Seattle Met Staff

Where to Shop Now

New! Evo in Fremont

Smart retailers all over the country are sharing the success of their restaurateur neighbors; in Seattle, the outdoor crew knows the game well. The most recent example: Evo in the Fremont Collective.

11/16/2012 By Ana Sofia Knauf

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Favorite Things: Skillet Diner Chef de Cuisine Seth Richardson

Bacon grease might flow through his veins, but this man will turn into the Hulk if you even think about using his tongs. Proceed with caution.

11/06/2012 By Ana Sofia Knauf

It's Altogether Ooky

11 Halloween Happenings in Seattle

We dare you to tour the haunted morgue.

10/18/2012 By Ana Sofia Knauf

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Favorite Things: MistralKitchen Chef de Cuisine Sam Jung

The newly appointed chef de cuisine cooks with love, salt, and sometimes flames.

10/09/2012 By Ana Sofia Knauf

Tea Parties

The Northwest Tea Festival Returns This Weekend

It's the most widely consumed beverage in the world, next to water. So put down your Americano and get an education on tea.

10/03/2012 By Ana Sofia Knauf

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Favorite Things: Marination Nation Chef Josh Kelly

Marination's newish chef sure does like corn dogs. He wouldn't kick a Gold Medal waffle dog maker out of bed, either.

09/06/2012 By Ana Sofia Knauf

Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with James Whetzel

Linger long enough at Seattle Center's International Fountain and you may hear bhangra music pumping nearby, seemingly synced with the jets of water. The fountain has its own DJ: James Whetzel.

07/26/2012 By Ana Sofia Knauf