Josh Henderson Is Opening a Ton of New Restaurants

From tacos to a brasserie to his own return to the kitchen. "It's a little bit obscene, to be honest."

03/17/2015 By Allecia Vermillion

Visual Art

Where to Go for Capitol Hill’s Blitz Art Walk: March 2015

A guide to new galleries, home galleries, and the colors of Cuba at this month’s Capitol Hill Art Walk.

03/11/2015 By Jeremy Buben With Atoosa Moinzadeh


The Brief, Extraordinary Life of Cody Spafford

Cody Spafford found both solace and redemption in the kitchen of Seattle’s most celebrated restaurant. What turned a promising chef into a bank robber?

03/10/2015 By Allecia Vermillion

Art Walk

Where to Go This First Thursday: March 2015

This month’s art walk features an artist tour at SAM, a mural unveiling, and the creative intersection of art and performance influenced by Dante’s 'Inferno'.

03/04/2015 By Jeremy Buben

Elements of Style

Filson’s Past and Future Style

After 118 years outfitting outdoorsmen and urban lumberjacks, Seattle-based Filson digs into its storehouse of vintage luggage and totes with the recent launch of its Restoration Department, a workshop that gives second life to timeworn gear.

03/04/2015 By Amanda Zurita

Puget Sound Engineering Council

Slide Show: Puget Sound Engineering Council

The 57th Annual Puget Sound Engineering Council (PSEC) Engineering Awards Banquet was held Saturday, February 14 in the Skyline Room at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.



The Investor

05/18/2012 With Karen Quinn By Jane Hodges


The Born-Again Renter

05/18/2012 With Karen Quinn By Jane Hodges


The Move-Up Homebuyers

05/18/2012 With Karen Quinn By Jane Hodges


Real Estate 2012

Our annual survey of the best places to live in Seattle.

05/18/2012 With Karen Quinn By Jane Hodges


The Rental Virgin

05/18/2012 With Karen Quinn By Jane Hodges


Greener Building Codes: Cool But Costly

New state building codes with tougher energy-efficiency requirements could jack up construction costs anywhere from $2,800 to $20,000 or more per home... depending on whom you believe.

04/27/2010 By Jane Hodges


Why Seattle's Home Retrofit Grant Is Cool

The availability of $95 energy audits is a plus for Seattle home owners and their old creaky homes.

04/26/2010 By Jane Hodges


S. Seattle Remodel Gets National Attention

Local artist Michelle de la Vega's $32,000 remodel of an old detached garage snagged some press from The New York Times this week.

04/22/2010 By Jane Hodges


McGuire Apartment Owners Push Forward on Demolition

The McGuire Apartments is talking "demo permit" with the city, according to DPD's director.

04/15/2010 By Jane Hodges


Faulty Towers: Defective McGuire Apartments Evicts Renters

Building defects are forcing eviction on residents of a 25-story Belltown tower.

04/12/2010 By Jane Hodges


Open House-Palooza!

04/09/2010 By Jane Hodges


March Madness: Pending Sales are Up, but is it Real?

Pending and closed home sales were up in March 2010, but with homebuyer tax credits set to expire on April 30, it's unclear if the data is "inflated" or indicative of true recovery.

04/06/2010 By Jane Hodges