Urbanism

The City Canon: Car Crashes, Car Parts, and Car People

Finding pro-city politics in awesome movies, music, and books.

01/22/2016 By Tom Fucoloro

Sponsored Content

A Cliché Ending

I have a friend who blew my mind one New Year’s by defying the laws of traditional resolution-making.

11/09/2015 By Alison Barrett, Director of Marketing, University Village

Theater Review

'Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play' Mixes Memories and Mania

ACT Theatre examines what happens when 'The Simpsons' becomes dogma after the apocalypse.

11/04/2015 By Seth Sommerfeld

City Hall

PubliCola's 2015 Seattle City Council Candidate Endorsements

Our picks for the November 3 city council election.

10/30/2015 By Josh Feit

Feature

Thicker Than Water

When a charter boat sunk in the Caribbean and spilled Dan and Kate Suski into the sea, the brother and sister’s bond would become the difference between life and death.

10/28/2015 By Matthew Halverson

Ticket Alerts

Amy Schumer Comes to KeyArena for New Year's Eve

The queen of comedy in 2015 ends her year in Seattle.

10/26/2015 By Seth Sommerfeld

Morning Fizz

Misstatement From Murray Staffer Leads Juarez to Incorrectly Claim Mayor's Endorsement

Fake endorsements, unprecedented alliance, and telling contributions.

10/22/2015 By Josh Feit

Morning Fizz

Last-Minute Funding, Doorbelling, Endorsing, and Framing

A new independent expenditure group and plenty of new contributions in the runup to the November 3 election.

10/19/2015 By Josh Feit

Morning Fizz

In City's Latest Independent Expenditure Campaign, Slow Growther John Fox Focuses on Defeating Rob Johnson

Antiurbanists, Nick Licata, and "Go Hawks!"–gate.

10/15/2015 By Josh Feit

Snow News

The Biggest Ski Mountain You've Never Heard Of

Does British Columbia want the Jumbo Glacier Resort, even if it's the best in the world?

10/13/2015 By Allison Williams

Nature's Remedies

Teadora Offers Natural Beauty Products by Way of Brazil

The Bellevue brand's eco-conscious skin and hair care line uses powerful ingredients from the Amazon rain forest.

10/08/2015 By Aoife Reilly

Critic's Notebook

Stateside and Kraken Congee Make Weird Cheesecake

And by “weird” I mean “stunning.”  

10/08/2015 By Kathryn Robinson

City Hall

Council Backs O'Brien Ordinance Allowing Ride Share Drivers to Unionize

O'Brien ride share legislation sets up future legal fight.

10/05/2015 By Josh Kelety

Opinion

District Election Ironies

Are districted elections working out the way they were supposed to?

09/30/2015 By Josh Feit

Retail Spotlight

Find Sleek Styles and Innovative Designs at Capitol Hill's Likelihood

Aaron DelGuzzo brings his love of stylish sneakers and inventive retail space to Capitol Hill.

09/30/2015 By Aoife Reilly

Morning Fizz

Lesser Seattle Leader Starts Independent Expenditure Group in Runup to Council Elections

Displacement coalition leader John Fox starts PAC against growth, union starts PAC for progressive candidates, Sawant criticizes Murray budget proposal.

09/30/2015 By Josh Feit

Editor's Note

Reinventing the Road Trip

09/30/2015 By James Ross Gardner

Concerts

Death Cab for Cutie, Reinvented

The local band finally comes home.

09/29/2015 By Seth Sommerfeld

Culinary Literature

Theo Chocolate (Finally) Has a Cookbook

And it's only, like, 75 percent desserts.

09/28/2015 By Caroline Ferguson