State of Real Estate

Is Downtown Seattle Poised for a Real Estate Comeback?

The Seattle housing market is wild, but year-over-year growth last month means the drama isn't over yet.

10/15/2021 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

Coronavirus Chronicles

Some of Us Are in a Disaster Cascade

A Washington State Department of Health report shows that, on the heels of the Delta variant, many people are heading back toward disillusionment.

10/15/2021 By Malia Alexander

Shots, Shots, Shots

Flu Season Is Here. Should We Be Worried?

Can you get your Covid booster and flu shot at the same time? Plus, other answers from a Virginia Mason infectious disease doctor.

10/08/2021 By Angela Cabotaje

Explainer

Seattle Will Have a Recall Election After All. How Will It Work?

Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant faces a recall election on December 7.

10/05/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

One-Click Mind

5 Awful Amazon Movie Remake Ideas

In May, the company agreed to acquire MGM. What would happen if the e-commerce giant got its paws on some classic films?

10/04/2021 By Seattle Met Staff

Puck Love

Not a Hockey Fan? The Kraken Want to Change Your Mind

And if you already root for another NHL team, well, they want your love too.

10/01/2021 By Angela Cabotaje

Winning Potential

How Long Has It Been Since the Mariners Made the Playoffs?

The Seattle Mariners have a chance to grasp a playoff berth. The last time they did it, some guy named Ichiro still played here.

10/01/2021 By Lucas Kaplan

Kraken Week

The Kraken Front Office Made a Guide to Seattle

The 72-page book is meant to help Kraken players relocate here, with details about the best neighborhoods in Seattle to the best grocery stores.

09/30/2021 By Angela Cabotaje

News Wire

Seattle's Intellectual Range Shows on 2021 'Genius' Grant List

Fred Hutch scientist Trevor Bedford and poet Don Mee Choi were among the 25 winners of the coveted $625,000 awards in 2021.

09/28/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

Failing Slow

This Month in Seattle Tech: A ‘Genius’ Debuts a Personal Assistant App

The rollout of Yoky Matsuoka's new wellness company, Yohana, and robot food delivery at Sea-Tac highlight Seattle tech news this September.

09/28/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

First Person, Last Word

How Skateboarding Shaped My Mind

My past still persists, shaping my mind even in the present.

09/24/2021 By Stefan Milne

Best New Restaurants 2021

4 Longtime Favorites Add New Locations with a Twist

Pho Bac, Honeyhole, Momiji, and Carmelo’s Tacos added new outposts in 2021.

09/23/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

Doomscroll Diversions

The City of Kent’s Twitter Account Is Wild

The official government account @CityofKent talks ivermectin, the aroma of Tacoma, and chicken tendies.

09/22/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

Lawyer Up

Realtor Confessions: Robin Sheridan of Compass Real Estate

This Seattle broker describes her edge in negotiating deals, why the suburbs are so popular right now, and that time with the raccoons.

09/21/2021 By Angela Cabotaje

Coronavirus Chronicles

King County Restaurants, Bars, and More Require Proof of Vaccination Starting October 25

Restaurants, bars, theaters, and gyms in King County will require proof of vaccination starting October 25. Until then, peruse this list of spots that already do.

09/17/2021 By Grace McGuire and Angela Cabotaje

Progress Bar

How Seattle Became the Hollywood of Video Games

A timeline of how Microsoft, Nintendo, and a fleet of talented indie developers placed Seattle at the center of the gaming industry.

09/17/2021 By Sophie Grossman

Soft Pants Forever

Never Have I Ever: Underdressed for a Night Out

Why do Seattleites dress so casually, even for nights out? Our style editor discovers the reason behind the Seattle stereotype.

09/16/2021 By Zoe Sayler

Just Brew It

Never Have I Ever: Had a Cup of Coffee

The most frequent advice I received on my quest to try coffee as an adult: “Just don’t go to Starbucks.”

09/16/2021 By Allison Williams

Market Daze

Never Have I Ever: Bought Groceries at Pike Place Market

Seattle's signature destination has fish tossing and plenty of tourists. But what happens when you really need some oxtail?

09/16/2021 By Angela Cabotaje

Vaunted Vintage

40 Years of Quilceda Creek

The winery Alex and Jeannette Golitzin founded in 1978 still makes some of the best cabernet sauvignon in Washington.

09/14/2021 By Sean P. Sullivan