Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner June 6–12

The week in which: Babirusa kicks off summer with a pig roast, Mariela Camacho hosts a Mexican bakery workshop, and a whole slew of Seattle spots serve up negronis—for a good cause.

06/06/2018 By Grace Madigan

City Hall

Durkan Forms Her Small Business Advisory Council

An executive order sets March 1 as the council's deadline for its first meeting.

02/02/2018 By Hayat Norimine

Dining with Dad

Where to Dine Out This Father's Day Weekend

Caution: descriptions of hunger-inducing dry-aged cote de boeuf, fresh oysters, and whiskey pairings ahead.

06/14/2017 By Amber Wright

Summer Festivals

Capitol Hill Block Party Announces Full 2017 Lineup

You already know about Run the Jewels, Diplo, and Angel Olsen. Now check out the other 60-plus acts rounding out the fest.

06/06/2017 By Darren Davis

Shifts & Shakeups

This Week in Restaurant News: Charles Smith Rosé Festival and a New Molly Moon's Location

Plus, philanthropic negronis at Heartwood Provisions.

06/02/2017 By Amber Wright

New Arrivals

Tickets for 'Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors' Now Available

The upcoming exhibition at Seattle Art Museum is flat out unmissable. And tickets are going fast.

05/30/2017 By Darren Davis

City Hall

Council Passes "Milestone" Legislation on Police Accountability

The bill creates civilian oversight of the Seattle Police Department.

05/22/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Snap Judgment

Urban Planners Want to Lid I-5

Recent proposals for lidding the downtown portion of I-5 and expanding the Washington State Convention Center have some dreaming of a more spacious city center. Pour that concrete or let the sun shine in?

01/25/2016 By Joanna Sappenfield

Snap Judgment

No More Cars at SAM

After nearly nine years greeting visitors in the entryway of Seattle Art Museum, Cai Guo Qiang’s 'Inopportune: Stage One'—aka the one with the flying, exploding cars—will be removed in January. Pump the brakes or hit the gas?

12/28/2015 By Joanna Sappenfield

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: December 14–20

Celebrate LGBT weddings with Sarah Galvin and have a (Flavr) Blue Christmas.

12/14/2015 By Joanna Sappenfield Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: December 7–13

David Shields releases his latest book, #ShoutYourAbortion host a benefit concert, and locals cover Ryan Adams and Taylor Swift.

12/07/2015 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Joanna Sappenfield

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: November 30–December 6

You can put the tree up next week–instead check out a seasonal comedy series, a new way to experience The Birds, and a different perspective on human skin.

11/30/2015 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Joanna Sappenfield

Cats & Coffee

Merry Christmas Seattle: Here's a Cat Cafe

Seattle Meowtropolitan, the city's first cat cafe will open its doors within the month.

11/23/2015 By Joanna Sappenfield

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: November 16–22

Marvel at Anthony Doerr's literary acumen, party at Redwood Tavern, and celebrate Thanksgiving early with Ayron Jones and the Way.

11/16/2015 By Joanna Sappenfield Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Marketing Maneuvers

A Hello Kitty Cafe Food Truck Is Coming to Seattle

Do not underestimate Hello Kitty's fan base. Especially when cookies are involved.

11/13/2015 By Joanna Sappenfield

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: November 9–15

Jesse Eisenberg chats with Sherman Alexie, 'Mo-Wave brings queer music to Chop Suey, and SIFF goes Italian.

11/09/2015 By Joanna Sappenfield Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: November 2–8

November starts out with an amazing week of local indie rock featuring Deep Sea Diver, Damien Jurado, Lemolo, Telekinesis, and Say Hi.

11/02/2015 By Joanna Sappenfield Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: October 29–November 1

Close out October with a 'Carrie'-themed musical prom, the sweet tones of Natalie Prass, and the underground lit of Short Run.

10/26/2015 By Joanna Sappenfield Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: October 19–25

Because sometimes you need a week of black metal, literary wandering, and Rainier beer.

10/19/2015 By Joanna Sappenfield Edited by Seth Sommerfeld