Beach Club Bonus

Property Watch: History Hunting in Lake Forest Park

One of the community's "first eight" houses hits the market for the first time in 65 years.

02/08/2023 By Haley Shapley

Tour Notes

Is the Climate Pledge Arena Tour Worth It?

That depends on your love of the Seattle Kraken and Seattle Storm—and your tolerance for cheese.

02/08/2023 By Angela Cabotaje

SHOP LOCAL

Black-Owned Businesses to Support in the Seattle Area

Black-owned boutiques, skincare lines, candle companies, and more abound in Seattle. Support them all year long.

02/07/2023 By Zoe Sayler

Map Quest

A Road Trip through Out-of-the-Way Oregon

Partway between Portland and Bend, a quiet stretch of high desert holds a quirky escape.

02/07/2023 By Allison Williams

Building Bridges

Totem Star Lights the Way for Seattle’s Next Generation of Music

The youth nonprofit that started in a juvenile detention facility finds a permanent home at King Street Station.

02/07/2023 By Sophie Grossman

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Best Kratom Capsules of 2023 – The Most Trusted Brands for Kratom Capsules: A Buyer's Guide

Kratom is becoming increasingly popular.

02/06/2023

Here We Go Again

Will Seattle Fans Show Up for the XFL Sea Dragons Debut?

Football fandom will soon be a near-year-round prospect. Whether the fledgling league can garner enough support to fill Lumen Field is yet to be seen.

02/06/2023 By Taylor McKenzie Gerlach

Rent Report

Seattle Rents Fell in January—the Fifth Month in a Row

But those elsewhere in the region didn't have as much good news to celebrate as rents rose in nearly all Puget Sound cities.

02/06/2023 By Seattle Met Staff

V-DAY GIFT GUIDE

Valentine's Day Gifts for New Relationships

What to get for someone you just started dating, from low-key jewelry gifts to wine recommendations to small-but-romantic gestures.

02/06/2023 By Zoe Sayler

We Needed This

Simply Seattle Is the Best Shop in the City for Local Sports Gear

Where to find unique Sonics gear, Kraken jerseys, funny Mariners tees, an impressive lineup of Storm merch, and more.

02/03/2023 By Zoe Sayler

My Favorite Things

Robin Wehl Martin of Hello Robin Shares Her Favorite Seattle Spots

Where do Seattle’s most well-known tastemakers go? We asked. First up: a gourmet cookie maven.

02/03/2023 By Angela Cabotaje

Culture Fix

Things to Do in Seattle

The healing power of poetry, a variety store remembered, and a gourmet meal on the Seahawks' turf. Here are the best events in Seattle this weekend and beyond.

02/02/2023 By Taylor McKenzie Gerlach

Romance on the road

Romantic Valentine's Day Vacations in the Northwest

From hotel spas to cozy getaways, nothing says love like leaving home.

02/02/2023 By Allison Williams

SEATTLE DINING GUIDE

A Guide to Seattle's Black-Owned Restaurants

Show support for our city's talented Black chefs, from the Central District to West Seattle, with fried chicken, porchetta, ice cream, and pie.

02/02/2023 By Allecia Vermillion and Seattle Met Staff

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Things to do in Seabrook this Spring.

Escape to Washington’s most popular year-round beach town for hiking, biking, food and drinks, shopping, events, and miles of wide-open beach.

02/01/2023

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Spring Sipping, Bites & Blooms

Time for a Yakima Valley Wine Country road trip.

02/01/2023

'80s Splendor

Property Watch: Waterfront Drama on Mercer Island

This waterfront offering from Compass has Lake Washington views from nearly every room.

02/01/2023 By Haley Shapley

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Live in One of Portland’s Most Vibrant and Beautiful Neighborhoods

Welcome to your new home at Cathedral Park Cohousing, with stunning views of Forest Park, the Willamette River, and the iconic St. Johns Bridge.

01/31/2023

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Best CBD Oil for Anxiety of 2023 – Top 7 Brands to Relax & Unwind

CBD has become a lifesaver for people who experience anxiety.

01/31/2023

Mark Your Calendar

How to Celebrate Black History Month in Seattle

Discussions at MOHAI, an exhibit at Seattle Center, and readings at Town Hall fill this month with reflection and learning.

01/31/2023 By Seattle Met Staff