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Seattle-Native Wins the 2020 Gentleman Jack Whiskey Sour Classic

It wasn’t easy to put on a cocktail competition in 2020, but everyone involved rose to the challenge to preserve what’s great about the Gentleman Jack Whiskey Sour Classic.

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Star Crossed

Meet Seattle’s Elite Yelp Reviewers

For these covertly anointed superusers, reviews are a way of life. Even during a pandemic. 

11:02am By Sophie Grossman

Park Life

Property Watch: A Historic Home in Discovery Park

This Officers' Row townhouse includes 1900s charm and modern updates.

9:10am By Sarah Anne Lloyd

Guide to Electric Bikes

Don’t Call an E-Bike a Bicycle

A guide to Seattle's plugged-in pedals.

06/22/2021 By Allison Williams

ELECTRIC AVENUES

Washington's Best E-Bike Routes

Six routes made for an e-bike adventure, from sleepy streets to formal trails.

06/22/2021 By Allison Williams

Hear Here

Left at London’s New Album Is Radiantly Eclectic

The local artist’s first full album, 't.i.a.p.f.y.h.,' explores mental illness and recovery.

06/22/2021 By Stefan Milne

Feature

Why Jay Inslee Chose to Stay in This Washington

The governor embarks on a rare third term after leading his home state through its worst public health crisis in a century.

06/21/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

Quote Unquote

Case Berrysmith Guards Seattle's Busiest Beaches

"I’m a bigger dude. I’m an older brother, the oldest in my family of the cousins and stuff. So I’ve always been, like, the protector."

06/21/2021 By Allison Williams

City of YA Lit

11 Local Reads for Kids and Young Adults

Everything from narwhals and robots to summer flings.

06/18/2021 By Sophie Grossman

THE BRIGHT SIDE

Your Seattle Summer Guide to Outdoor Entertaining Anywhere

From colorful carafes to designer pools to a fancy cooler fit for park cocktails, here’s how to outfit a summer outside.

06/18/2021 By Zoe Sayler Photography by Jane Sherman

Quote Me

Overheard in Seattle: It's Good to Be Back

Our first in-person interactions in 16 months went just about as expected.

06/18/2021 By Seattle Met Staff

Fail Fast

At Seattle's Largest Companies, Juneteenth Doesn't Mean a Day Off

With a few exceptions, the private sector hasn't matched local and federal government recognition of the holiday.

06/18/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

Culture Fix

What to Do in Seattle This Week

Scarecrow Video is back, and Fremont Art Week lights up the sidewalks.

06/17/2021 By Seattle Met Staff and Sophie Grossman

Slap Judgment

Cozell Wilson Digs Pumpkin Spice All Year Long

A questionable giraffe video turned one local musician into the seasonal flavor’s year-round superfan.

06/17/2021 By Karen Reyes Photography by Amber Fouts

Explainer

What Is a Houseboat, Really?

What you need to know about Seattle's quirkiest type of home.

06/17/2021 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

Home Harvest

The Black Farmers Collective Grows Food and Community Above I-5

A new walking tour opens a window to urban farming and the neighborhoods it can serve.

06/17/2021 By Erin Wong

In Tents

30 Best Washington Campgrounds

Where to camp in the mountains, on the beach, or among the ruins of a decommissioned army base.

06/16/2021 By Allison Williams

Tiny Tudor

Property Watch: A Cozy Vintage Condo in Capitol Hill

This small space is warm in every sense of the word.

06/16/2021 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

Through the Cooking Glass

At 50 Pilchuck Glass School Is Still Hot

The catalyst for Seattle’s luminous art form remains malleable.

06/15/2021 By Stefan Milne

Sleepless City

Can't Sleep? The Moon Might Be to Blame.

A Seattle-centric study brings us one small step closer to understanding our groggy mornings.

06/15/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy