Digital Editor

Rosin Saez covers various beats for Seattle Met, from style to sports to dining. She also edits the Elements of Style department and develops regular fashion features. As the digital editor, Rosin helms Seattle Met's online content, which entails managing editorial direction for web stories, editing writers, converting the print issues into a digital format, and running the magazine's social media accounts.

Rosin grew up in Bremerton, Washington. She graduated from the University of Washington with degrees in Environmental Science and Italian Studies. You can follow her on Instagram @rosink and Twitter @rosinkal.

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12/08/2017

Shift Change

5 Recent Chef Shuffles in Seattle

Marjorie, Dexter Brewhouse, White Swan Public, and others bring new talent into their kitchens.

12/08/2017 By Rosin Saez and Diane Stephani

The Weekend Starts...Now

The Top Things to Do This Weekend: December 7–10

Choreographer Kate Wallich's presents Dream Dances, Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton serenades Benaroya Hall, and a different sort of Sugar Plum Fairy at Land of the Sweets: The Burlesque Nutcracker

12/07/2017 By Darren Davis

That Washington

Washington's Senators Call on Franken to Resign

"It's time for him to step aside."

12/06/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Popup Dispatch

Revel Will Pop Up for a Year in Former Vestal Space

Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi's seven-year-old Fremont restaurant shutters for a full rebuild but will live on in South Lake Union.

12/05/2017 By Rosin Saez

Style File

Style File: Angeline Oei on Natural Landscapes and Artificial Intelligence

The contemporary womenswear designers brings Seattle Rocky Mountains–inspired garments for fall and winter, plus boxy silhouettes for spring and summer.

12/04/2017 By Rosin Saez

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DJ Khaled and 2 Chainz Team Up in Their Timberlands

The two rappers appear in animated form in a YouTube Series from Champs and Complex—as superheroes protecting their prized Timberland 6-inch boots.

11/30/2017

Mayor's Office

Durkan Takes the First Step Toward Her Free College Tuition Plan

The executive order signed Wednesday creates a framework and a deadline of March 8 to come up with funding sources.

11/30/2017 By Hayat Norimine

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11/28/2017

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What Are You Craving? The Bellevue Collection App Puts 50+ Restaurants at Your Fingertips

From your phone or tablet, you can make reservations, order delivery, view menus or call the restaurant.

11/28/2017

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Plan a Unique Fall Weekend Wine Getaway in Lake Chelan

Summer might be over, but the beauty and bounty of Lake Chelan is still in full swing.

11/28/2017

Seattle Met's 1st Annual Cowabunga 3 day Beef-fest

A Whole New Meaning to "Until the Cows Come Home"

Cow roping, Seattle's Top Chefs, 3 days of udderly delicious delights - COWABUNGA

11/27/2017

Culture Fix

Things to Do After Work: November 27–December 1

Cathy McClure dissects toys in 'Dispossessed,' John Waters brings his perverse holiday vision to town, and the official photographer for the Obama administration unveils a portrait of the presidency.

11/27/2017 By Isabel Boutiette

Beverage Blessings

Russell Wilson–Approved Juice Press Officially Opens in U Village Today

The Seattle Seahawks quarterback's favorite juicery makes its West Coast debut November 27.

11/27/2017 By Rosin Saez

Barstool Dispatch

4 New Happy Hours About Town

Tacos, tall boys, and burger slider flights to get you through the holidays.

11/27/2017 By Diane Stephani

Pasta Dispatch

Brian Clevenger's New Eastlake Restaurant Is Slated to Open in January

Staying true to form, Le Messe will deliver on the usual Clevenger suspects: pasta, seafood, vegetables.

11/22/2017 By Rosin Saez

Sales & Events

Wear What When: November 21–27

This week: Blue Owl Workshop starts Black Friday early, Glasswing celebrates an anniversary, and Chinatown–International District hosts a holiday festival an...

11/21/2017 By Rosin Saez

Shade Index

7 Ways 2018 Will Be Better Than 2017

Call us incurable optimists, but the new year has to be an improvement on the past 12 months. Here’s what has us excited about kissing 2017 goodbye.

11/21/2017 By Seattle Met Staff

100 Years of Activism

1972–74: Native Activists Fight for Their Rights to Fish

Plus: Students-turned-protestors occupy a Beacon Hill schoolhouse—known today as the El Centro de la Raza community center.

11/21/2017 By Madeline Ostrander and Valerie Schloredt