Downtown Switch-Ups

Sansei Is Closed and—Oh Sweet, Glorious Day—Dough Zone Will Open in Its Place

The soup dumpling purveyor is slated to arrive at Ninth and Pine this summer.

04/30/2019 By Rosin Saez

Dim Sum Yum

17 Chinese Restaurants You Need to Know About

The xiao long bao craze is real, but housemade noodles, Sichuan dishes, and green onion pancakes are just as deserving of hype. Here's where to find them.

09/10/2018 By Nosh Pit Staff

100 Years of Activism

1935–42: Locals Protest Anti-Interracial Marriage Laws and Japanese Internment

The only known newspaper to have decried internment policies in the area, maybe even the West Coast, was Bainbridge Island Review.

11/21/2017 By Madeline Ostrander and Valerie Schloredt

Lost in Transit

Seattle Has 'Transit Deserts' and—Surprise—It's No Fun to Ride the Bus There

As the city's public transportation system expands, its most vulnerable riders are getting left behind.

11/20/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Sales & Events

Wear What When: November 14–19

This week tap into your inner Martha Stewart for a wreath-making workshop, head to BadWill Market at the Rhino Room, and take in the scent of the female warr...

11/14/2017 By Rosin Saez

Culture Fix

Things to Do After Work: November 13–17

Dual openings at Winston Wächter, Alec Baldwin talks satire and Trump, and Deb Perelman's debuts her new 'Smitten Kitchen' book.

11/13/2017 By Isabel Boutiette

Less Wasted

Can a Cocktail Be Sustainable?

A few local businesses are showing us what a more environmentally-friendly cocktail might look like.

11/07/2017 By Stefan Milne

Sponsored Content

Best Hikes for Leaf Peeping in Park City

Fall colors will be peaking soon in Park City. Here’s where to go if you want to enjoy the best of the autumn foliage.

11/01/2017

Sponsored Content

Nice Buns

Cowabunga’s Burger Bash will knock your socks off!

10/31/2017

Theater Review

'Ragtime' Feels Like a Gut Punch in 2017

As a parable of racial injustice in America, 5th Avenue's stripped-down production of the Broadway classic does not shy away from its contemporary relevance.

10/25/2017 By Darren Davis

100 Best Shops

4 of Our Favorite Kids Clothing Shops

Whether they’re already mini mavens of style or—no shame—still put their shirts on backward, here are a few places for youthful fashion finds.

10/23/2017 By Rosin Saez

Shifts & Shakeups

This Week in Restaurant News: Dumplings, Barbecue, and U District's Last Taste of Brazil

Tempero do Brasil closes this month, and Dough Zone arrives in the International District.

10/06/2017 By Diane Stephani

Sponsored Content

5 Decadent Park City Fall Lodging Deals

Crisp temps, colorful foliage, and some of the best lodging rates of the year make fall one of the most fun and affordable times to visit Park City.

10/05/2017

Five Ways

Northwest Festival Forecast: March

Hey, it's spring! Almost! We've got seafood to eat and bird-watching to do.

02/24/2017 By Jack Russillo

Highway Help

Your Complete Guide to Highway and Pass Closures

Where to find road closure info, pass reports, and traffic cameras for winter driving.

02/09/2017 By Jack Russillo

Five Ways

5 Hikes That Don’t Require Snow Gear

Hit a trail that doesn't call for snowshoes or skis—and end up at waterfalls, with views of Canada, or in an abandoned mining town.

02/08/2017 By Jack Russillo

Five Ways

Northwest Festival Forecast: February

February is a short month, so make the most of it by going to a festival for bacon, antiques, or hunting gear.

02/02/2017 By Jack Russillo

Cooking Classes

Josh Henderson Takes His Culinary Skills Around the World

The man behind the Huxley Wallace Collective is starting a travel company for food lovers.

01/31/2017 By Jack Russillo

Hiking Help

5 Hikes That Don't Require Four-Wheel Drive or Chains

Don't get stuck. Hike safely by heading to an island, the Olympic Peninsula, or the Columbia River.

01/06/2017 By Jack Russillo

Five Ways

Northwest Festival Forecast: January

Break in the New Year with mountain movies, drinks, and chocolate that benefits Mother Nature.

01/06/2017 By Jack Russillo