Looking Fresh

Rudy's Barbershop to Open (and Serve Beer) in Pioneer Square

Get a buzz on with a buzz cut at Rudy's eighth Seattle location.

06/07/2016 By Darren Davis

Morning Fizz

Morning Fizz: We Need to Talk About the Artists

Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring heavy political lifts, candidate slates, and Metro funding.

05/21/2014 By Morning Fizz

City Hall

Extra Fizz: Heavy Metro Cuts Looming, Signature Gatherers on $15 Measure Not Getting $15

Extra Fizz: Raising the minimum wage and cutting bus service.

04/15/2014 By Erica C. Barnett and Josh Feit

Feature

The Trouble with Shaken Baby Syndrome

After three decades and thousands of accusations and fractured lives, medical and legal experts are challenging shaken baby syndrome as a diagnosis. And as one family's saga demonstrates, we can't wait any longer to get it right.

04/02/2014 By James Ross Gardner

Eat, Stay, Love

Raw Natural from Totokaelo, Grain, and Jonathan Adler

On-trend home and lifestyle specimens from two Seattle purveyors and a mega-maker of cool home design.

03/24/2014 By Angela Cabotaje

Theater Review

'Little Shop of Horrors' Basks in Macabre Sunshine

ACT Theatre's dark musical comedy revels in campiness but struggles with paper thin characters.

03/20/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Opinion

Isn't It Weird: March Madness Edition

A lot of weird stuff going on lately. Uber, Lyft, SideCar. The tunnel. $15 minimum wage. And the Washington State Democrats.

03/19/2014 By Josh Feit and Erica C. Barnett

Hopped Up

Two Beer Anniversaries = Two Anniversary Beers

The Pine Box and Standard Brewing are marking some milestones this week with hurry-up-and-get-them special releases.

03/19/2014 By Allecia Vermillion

Critic's Notebook

Should Magazines Run Negative Restaurant Reviews?

Should bad restaurants be dissed or ignored? My mixed review, some reader input—and a roaring debate.

02/18/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Behind Bars

Five Questions for the Bartender: Bait Shop’s Jonah Bergman

"I'm always super bummed when places make the bartender dress up like he or she is working in a secret prohibition speakeasy."

02/17/2014 By Sara Hendrickson

Morning Fizz

Morning Fizz: Claiming Victory

Caffeinated news and gossip featuring Kumbayas, victories, boycotts, and announcements.

02/17/2014 By Morning Fizz

Visual Art

The Playful Diversity of Miró at SAM

Seattle Art Museum's Miró: The Experience of Seeing showcases the vibrancy and variety of the Spanish artist's late works.

02/13/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Retail Supernews

First Look: Zara Seattle

The biggest thing to happen in downtown Seattle retail in, oh, maybe 15 years?, happens today, on February 13 at 10a, when Zara opens for business at Westlake Center.

02/13/2014 By Laura Cassidy Photography by Kirby Calvin

Wedding Wednesday

Shop It: Hope Chest, a Wedding Garage Sale for Get Hitched Give Hope

Take advantage of gently used discarded items from recently married folks all over the Seattle area at this innovative and

02/12/2014 By Laura Cassidy

On Other Blogs Today

On Other Blogs Yesterday: The Sharing Economy, the Minimum Wage, and More

Our daily roundup. One day late.

02/11/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Pioneer Square, Sustainability, and Ignite! Seattle

Today's picks for civic nerds.

02/11/2014 By Genie Leslie

Habitat

Trend Alert: Brass, Copper, and Gold Shine at Home

Warm metallic finishes are the decor accents of the moment.

02/01/2014 By Angela Cabotaje

Weekend Planner

Heronswood Reopens

An iconic garden comes back to life, and then hosts a sale.

05/17/2013 By Karen Quinn

Insider's Guide

Insider’s Guide to Gaming

If the financial meltdown taught us anything, the secret is to take calculated risks. So with that in mind, take a lesson from some of the state’s card sharks, poker pros, and all-around gambling gurus.

07/25/2012 By Matthew Halverson, James Ross Gardner, Karen Quinn, and Laura Dannen

Article

The Investor

05/18/2012 With Karen Quinn By Jane Hodges