THE LITTLE THINGS

14 Boutiques for the Fashionable PNW Child

From Bootyland in Capitol Hill's Chophouse Row to Village Maternity in U Village, here's where to shop for children's clothing in the Seattle area.

08/05/2022 By Zoe Sayler and Seattle Met Staff

Rent Report

Seattle Rents Still Climbing for the Sixth Straight Month

How much it costs to rent an apartment in Renton, Bothell, Bellevue, Redmond, Woodinville, and other Seattle-area cities.

08/05/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Culture Fix

Things to Do in Seattle

From exhibits at MOHAI and the Henry Gallery to free live music, here's what to do in Seattle this weekend—and for the rest of the summer.

08/04/2022 By Seattle Met Staff and Taylor McKenzie Gerlach

Event Alert

This Citywide Bake Sale Supports Abortion Access

Bakeries like Saint Bread, Temple Pastries, the London Plane, and Cafe Besalu raise funds for abortion access after the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

07/28/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Sunny Days

What's the Best Sunscreen to Get for Seattle Weather?

Virginia Mason dermatologist Dr. Natalie Moriarty explains why we need sunscreen every day, the best sunscreen for babies, what SPF to get, and more.

07/28/2022 By Angela Cabotaje

Gotta Catch 'Em All

Pokémon Go Fest Arrives in Seattle

Trainers, ready your phones. This live Pokémon Go event takes over Seattle Center and downtown this weekend.

07/19/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

It's Baaaaack

Guide to the Seattle Art Fair

The city's mega arts event returns to Lumen Field Event Center with new organizer AMP, who took over from Vulcan, after a two-year hiatus.

07/18/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Suburban State of Mind

4 Seattle Suburbs Where Home Prices Grew the Most in June

The Seattle real estate market is finally calming down, but suburbs like Kent, Bellevue, Kirkland, and Woodinville are still seeing steep price growth.

07/14/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Where To?

Introducing the PNWander Travel Newsletter

Sign up for a regular dose of travel news, destination ideas, road trip itineraries, and ways to explore the Pacific Northwest.

07/13/2022 By Allison Williams

Museum Magic

Pacific Science Center Reopens After a 2-Year Closure

The Seattle Center museum brings back old favorites like the IMAX theater and butterfly house and debuts new exhibits.

07/12/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

State of Real Estate

Top 6 Seattle Neighborhoods Where Home Prices Grew in June

Inflation and worries of a recession may mean a more balanced market, but in Seattle, that year-over-year price growth is still significant.

07/11/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Shopping List

A Guide to Seattle’s Best Butcher Shops and Meat Markets

Tucked away in Pike Place Market, or existing purely online, these local purveyors make buying a steak a personalized experience.

06/30/2022 By Allecia Vermillion and Seattle Met Staff

Opening Dispatch

Eric Donnelly's Bar Sur Mer Opens in July

Eric Donnelly's 21+ tapas bar will serve small plates of seafood, cocktails, and Spanish wine from a space behind FlintCreek Cattle Co in Greenwood.

06/29/2022 By Allecia Vermillion

Blowouts

What to Do in and around Seattle for Fourth of July

From Seafair fireworks to some fittingly progressive Independence Day events, these are the best ways to celebrate the Fourth in Seattle.

06/27/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Feature

Under the Heat Dome

In June 2021, an unprecedented heat wave suffocated the Pacific Northwest. How did those three sweltering days unfold for those on the front lines?

06/27/2022 By Seattle Met Staff Illustrations by Matthew Billington

News Wire

Washington Reacts to the Overturn of Roe v. Wade

Pramila Jayapal, Patty Murray, Cathy McMorris Rodgers, and other elected officials, advocacy groups, and local leaders weigh in on the SCOTUS decision.

06/24/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Suburban State of Mind

7 Seattle Suburbs Where Home Prices Grew the Most in May

The real estate market may be showing signs of cooling, but Bellevue, Kirkland, and Woodinville still showed impressive year-over-year price growth.

06/14/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Awards & Accolades

This Year's James Beard Award Winners Are...

Seattle's finalists this year were Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi of Joule, Renee Erickson's the Walrus and the Carpenter, and Mutsuko Soma of Kamonegi.

06/13/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Seattle Dining Guide

Seattle’s Great Tacos and Mexican Restaurants

Maíz in Pike Place, Ballard's El Moose, Tacos Chukís—these restaurants bring the mole, fresh tortillas, and mezcal cocktails that love them.

06/13/2022 By Allecia Vermillion and Seattle Met Staff

PRIDE GUIDE

Support Seattle’s LGBTQ-Owned Businesses

From hair salons to coffee shops to vintage stores, these LGBTQ-owned businesses serve Seattle's queer community year-round.

06/09/2022 By Zoe Sayler and Seattle Met Staff