End-of-Season Spring Sales Around Town [Updated]

Big savings on beautiful stuff at Baby and Co, Mario's, Totokaelo, Jack Straw, and ...

06/09/2014 By Emma Ranniger

Critic's Notebook

Haunted Restaurants? Yeah, Seattle’s Got Those

(These ghosts may not be quite what you’re expecting.)

06/09/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Morning Fizz

Morning Fizz: Rideshare Deal, Without Caps, in the Works

Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring Uber deal, pre-K funding, DelBene vs. the NSA, and a KUOW resignation.

06/09/2014 By Morning Fizz

City Hall

Somber Mayor Murray Addresses Gun Violence "Epidemic"

A week of violence restarts conversation on guns.

06/06/2014 By Josh Feit


How Park District Opponents Channel Tim Eyman

A guest op/ed from one of the architects of the proposed Metropolitan Parks District: How parks district opponents channel Tim Eyman—and why they're wrong.

06/06/2014 By Michael Maddux

City Hall

Parks District Opponents Win Parks Election Changes

Opponents of the proposed parks district ballot measure win changes to the ballot description voters will see in August.

06/04/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

City Hall

Mount Baker Upzone Moves Forward

Over protests from neighbors opposed to density, a council committee approves a long-overdue upzone near the Mount Baker light rail station.

06/04/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

Wedding Wednesday

West Seattle's Fleurt to Open in Pioneer Square

Does Seattle's newest old neighborhood have room for two luscious and gorgeous flower shops? London Plane is about to get a mate.

06/04/2014 By Laura Cassidy

Art Walk

Where to Go This First Thursday: June 2014

Museums are free, galleries stay open late. So many choices...

06/03/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld


Playing in the Sandbox One-Act Play Festival

SOAP Fest may be young, but it is setting the stage for emerging local theater.

06/03/2014 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Jekeva Phillips

Designer Spotlight

Behind the Scenes: Clinton Hughes

Next time you're at the Fremont Sunday Market, keep an eye out for locally made street wear that feels both modern and timeless.

06/03/2014 By Conor Romack

London Calling

Seattle Native in Bravo's Ladies of London

We talk to the former Mercer Islander about bold-face named divorcees, fashion drama, and driven women.

06/02/2014 By Emma Ranniger

Wait, What?

One of the Country’s Only Shochu Distilleries Is in Seattle

SoDo Spirits has been hiding in plain sight since 2009.

05/30/2014 By Genie Leslie

He's It

Style Tag: Set Designer Gavin Derek

He's a set designer with some pretty cool line items on his CV, and he likes rocker pants and pointy boots.

05/30/2014 By Laura Cassidy Photography by Kirby Calvin

City Hall

Committee Unanimously Passes Murray Minimum Wage Proposal

A city council committee unanimously approved a compromise version of a $15 minimum wage proposal today with minor amendments; the "yes" vote included 15Now backer Kshama Sawant.

05/29/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

Wedding Wednesday

Power Couple: Becky and Jim Buford

Where we introduce you to some of Seattle's loveliest married pairs. First up: Jim and Becky Buford of Fremont's Les Amis.

05/28/2014 By Amanda Zurita

Morning Fizz

Wednesday Fizz: Worried That It Will Torpedo the Deal

Wednesday Fizz featuring the minimum wage and higher bus fares.

05/28/2014 By Morning Fizz

Made in Seattle

Behind the Scenes: Carolina Wallin

Seattle, there is a Swedish-born former H&M designer living on your Hill and making colorfully bold accessories for you.

05/27/2014 By Laura Cassidy Photography by Kirby Calvin

Sustainable Fashion

Item of the Moment: Sydney Brown Vegan Clogs

Animal-friendly slides at A Mano, just in time for the sun (but by the looks of them, they'll be good when the rain returns, too).

05/27/2014 By Emma Ranniger

One Question

One Question for House Speaker Frank Chopp

About this whole Socialist Alternative thing...

05/23/2014 By Josh Feit