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Untimely Death to False Pizza: Sizzle Pie Closes on Capitol Hill

The Portland-born import on East Union Street will shutter its pizza joint and adjoining bar at the end of August.

08/21/2019 By Rosin Saez

Edible Arrangements

Food as Art at the Washington State Fair

A look back at this year’s Washington State Grange displays, the delightfully delectable fair tradition.

09/26/2017 By Jeremy Buben

City Attorney's Race 2017

What to Know About the City Attorney's Race

Four major issues that will continue to play out in the months to come.

08/29/2017 By Hayat Norimine

City Hall

Seattle City Council Passes Resolution for an Income Tax

A study released earlier this year said the state would've raised another $4.2 billion with a 10.5 percent personal income tax.

05/01/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Fashion and Events

Wear What When: May 1–7

This week get your girls together for a Girls Night Out, get crafty at First Thursday, add a new pair of sunglasses to your collection, and explore the heali...

05/01/2017 By Nicole Erickson

Critic's Notebook

5 Ways to Cook Asparagus

Peter Miller’s lunch cookbook now has a dinnertime companion.

05/01/2017 By Kathryn Robinson

This Washington

What to Expect as May Day Unfolds

The city anticipates 8,000 people to march from Judkins Park to the Seattle Center.

05/01/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Guest Opinion

Pramila Jayapal Reflects on Her First 100 Days in Congress

Seattle's U.S. representative says "the soul of our country" is at stake.

04/28/2017 By Pramila Jayapal

Shifts & Shakeups

This Week in Restaurant News: JuneBaby Is Born and Changeups at Cafe Besalu

Plus, Calozzi’s Cheesesteaks closes shop downtown.

04/28/2017 By Rosin Saez

Mayor's Race 2017

Bill Bryant Knows What He Would Do as Mayor, but Says He Won't Run

"It's not so much a platform as what people come up and talk to me about every day," Bryant said Friday morning.

04/28/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Changeups

Cafe Besalu Sold to Herkimer Coffee

Fear not, the Ballard mainstay and pastries therein should remain the same.

04/28/2017 By Rosin Saez

City Attorney's Race 2017

Murray's Public Safety Advisor, Scott Lindsay, Is Running for City Attorney

Lindsay said Holmes's office got off to a good start but "flatlined and floundered" on criminal justice reform.

04/27/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Theater Review

'Here Lies Love' Turns Romance and Politics into a Disco Dance Party

David Byrne and Fatboy Slim's musical about the Marcos regime offers a unique and immersive theatrical experience at Seattle Rep.

04/27/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

City Hall

Council Could Pass Soda Tax as Early as June

The tax would be enacted in 2018 and is estimated to raise $23 million the first year.

04/27/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Sponsored Content

Seattleites Spring into Action with Adult Sports Leagues

Childhood games like kickball and dodgeball are gaining popularity--and serve as both exercise and a fun way to socialize.

04/27/2017

Sponsored Content

Utah’s 2 Hottest Outdoor Concert Series Just Released Their Lineups for Summer 2017

Rock, soul, choral music, funk, and more are all on tap with this summer’s Big Stars, Bright Nights and Red Butte Garden concert series

04/26/2017

Sponsored Content

The Vail Valley’s Most Inspirational Summer Cycling

From the Grand Traverse to Mountain Star, these are the biking trails and tracks you simply cannot miss.

04/26/2017

Sponsored Content

Sorry, Vanity Fair: Aspen Is Actually Not a Nightmare with the Trumps Here

Debunking “alternative facts” reported out of a Condé Nast cubicle in New York City.

04/26/2017

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: May 2017

Museum of Flight focuses on the Space Race, Eugene Mirman peddles his delightful absurdity, and Seattle Shakespeare infuses the Bard with jazz.

04/26/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Light Shows

Where to Road Trip for New Year's Eve Fireworks

Hail the end of 2016 the way it should be done: with illuminated potatoes.

12/22/2016 By Jack Russillo