Eat the World

The FIFA World Cup Is On. Here's Our Guide to International Eats.

As the 21st World Cup commences on June 14, we look to 16 places that serve up food from around the globe to get in the sporting spirit.

06/14/2018 By Grace Madigan

City Hall

Did Seattle Jump the Gun on a World Cup Bid?

The city got on board with a North American bid months ago.

01/16/2018 By Hayat Norimine

Long Weekends

Suttle Lodge: Fine Dining Tucked Away in Central Oregon Mountains

By luring the region’s best chefs, remote Suttle Lodge has turned a quiet corner of the Deschutes National Forest into a cozy getaway for the food minded.

12/20/2017 By Allison Williams

Sponsored Content

40 of Your Favorite Restaurants Serve up Local, Seasonal Seafood in January

During Shellfish Showcase, the seafood’s at its freshest and the chefs are super inspired.

12/19/2017

Feature

Spell Casters, a ‘Magic: The Gathering’ Origin Story

A Boeing employee and a mathematician dreamed up a new kind of collectible card game in a Seattle parking lot 25 years ago. They couldn’t have known Magic: The Gathering would change the gaming world forever.

12/18/2017 By Darren Davis

City Hall

Seattle Reacts to the Death of San Francisco Mayor, Seattle Native Ed Lee

"Just an incredible loss for the Asian American community."

12/12/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Culture Fix

Things to Do After Work: December 11–15

FoodArt Collection presents an ode to 'La Croix,' Olympic Sculpture Park glows in the dark, and real solutions to Seattle's traffic crisis.

12/11/2017 By Isabel Boutiette

Monday Mourning

That Sure Didn't Go Very Well

The Sounders failed to execute any sort of game plan and thus Toronto FC took home the 2017 MLS Cup.

12/11/2017 By Darren Davis

Chewie, We’re Home

Columbia Sportswear Channels the Force with a Star Wars Collection

In honor of 'The Empire Strikes Back,' Columbia travels through hyperspace to deliver limited-edition jackets to Pine Street location today, December 8.

12/08/2017 By Jaime Archer

Sponsored Content

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11/28/2017

Snap Judgment

Should the Lenin Statue Come Down?

As Southern Confederate monuments topple—or draw defenders—Seattle’s debate turns to its own 16-foot bronze statue of ­Vladimir Lenin, Soviet Russia’s communist revolutionary. Is the Fremont effigy art or a tribute to oppression?

10/20/2017 By Liz Weber

Snap Judgment

Is Secure Scheduling a Success?

In July, Seattle implemented a law requiring large retailers and food service employers to give workers their schedules two weeks in advance, compensate them if their schedules change, and provide 10 hours between opening and closing shifts.

08/18/2017 By Liz Weber

News Roundup

Week in Review: Election Results, Seattle's Gun Tax, and Westlake Rallies

A wrap-up of last week's news in politics.

08/14/2017 By Liz Weber

News Roundup

Week in Review: Chinatown, Election Returns, and Health Care

A wrap-up of last week's news in politics.

08/07/2017 By Liz Weber

News Roundup

Week in Review: Elections, MHA, and Trump's Antitrans Tweets

A wrap-up of last week's news in politics.

07/31/2017 By Liz Weber

Mayor's Race 2017

Candidate Profile: Harley Lever

The seventh in a series of mayoral candidate profiles.

07/28/2017 By Liz Weber

News Roundup

Week in Review: Murray Allegations, No Capital Budget, and Obamacare

A wrap-up of this week's news in politics.

07/21/2017 By Liz Weber

News Roundup

Week in Review: Mayoral Endorsements, Tim Eyman, and Net Neutrality

A wrap up of this week's news in politics.

07/14/2017 By Liz Weber

News Roundup

Week in Review: City Income Tax, McCleary, and Trumpcare Town Halls

A wrap up of this week's news in politics.

07/07/2017 By Liz Weber

News Roundup

Week in Review: Income Tax Proposal, State Budget, and Climate Change Resolution

A wrap up of this week's news in politics.

06/16/2017 By Liz Weber