News Wire

Downtown Shootings Shake Seattle

A string of violent events downtown leaves the city asking questions about gun violence once again.

9:41am By Benjamin Cassidy

Nostalgia Dosing

Lasting Memories of Félix Hernández's Mariners Career

Even without a playoff appearance, King Félix leaves Seattle a legend.

9:00am By Benjamin Cassidy

Arts Notice

Drama Tops, This Is for You Grapples With Masculinity

Local choreographer Elby Brosch explores male goodness and toxicity in his new piece. Think that sounds super serious? It’s co-directed by BenDeLaCreme.

8:34am By Stefan Milne

'Tis the Saison

Fair Isle Brewing (Finally) Opens in Ballard

The mixed-fermentation hub has landed in the neighborhood's brewery district with a handsome taproom.

8:32am By Stefan Milne

Buttery & Bittersweet

Ericka Burke Will Sell Volunteer Park Cafe

"I want to pass it on to someone else that will do a beautiful job."

01/22/2020 By Allecia Vermillion

quiet enjoyment

Ings Is Throwing a Hygge Party at Fremont Abbey

The local “lullaby rock” artist enlisted Tomo Nakayama and Sophia Duccini for an evening of assertive coziness.

01/22/2020 By Stefan Milne

good news

Washington Raked In 20 Good Food Awards for 2020

Reuben's Brews and Caffe Ladro are among the crafters lauded for making their products socially conscious and tasty.

01/22/2020 By Nicole Martinson

Going Viral

The Wuhan Coronavirus Just Reached Washington. Corona-what?

Here's what you need to know about the first documented U.S. case of the potentially deadly virus.

01/21/2020 By Marisa Comeau-Kerege

THANK YOU PLANT BASED GOD

Frankie and Jo's Is Coming to University Village

The vegan, gluten-free ice cream shop will open its third location just in time for your spring shopping spree.

01/21/2020 By Zoe Sayler

Get Out There, People

Where You Can Celebrate MLK in Seattle Today

Here's a rundown of MLK Day events honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

01/20/2020 By Benjamin Cassidy

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work January 20–23

A transcontinental dinner, a tech-industry takedown, and the return of Peat Week.

01/20/2020 By Nicole Pasia

BITTERSWEET SYMPHONY

Some Better Ideas Than "Union Street/Symphony Station"

Sound Transit's downtown stop may get a new name, to the delight of drunken frat bros trying to find campus. But the ideas are lackluster.

01/17/2020 By Zoe Sayler

WE'LL NEVER BE ROYALS

Linda Derschang's Queen City to Close

The Belltown bar wasn't the royal success Derschang hoped, but she has big plans for the historic space.

01/17/2020 By Zoe Sayler

LOCKER UP

Bringing a Bike to the Light Rail Station Sucks Less Now

It's only the second week of Seattle Squeeze 2.0, but there’s already a light at the end of the tunnel.

01/17/2020 By Annika Lindburg

Shifts & Shakeups

This Week in Restaurant News: Requiem for a Cheese

Your Friday dispatch from Seattle Met’s food team.

01/17/2020 By Allecia Vermillion

Culture Fix

Weekend What to Do January 17–19

Cold War Kids test their longevity at the Neptune, Mystery Science Theater 3000 stops by on tour, and Elton John gets the laser treatment at Pacific Science ...

01/17/2020 By Ryan Phelan

Peripatetic Local

Rick Steves Brings Politics and Cheer to Seattle Symphony

First, a show with the Seattle Symphony on music’s nationalist powers; next, a Town Hall showing of his new doc. It’s basically Rick Steves’s Seattle.

01/16/2020 By Stefan Milne

Heretic Humor

Seattleite Ron Reagan’s Atheist Ad Heats Up the Democratic Debate

Here's what we know about the former KIRO radio host who just so happens to be the son of Ronald and Nancy Reagan.

01/16/2020 By Nicole Pasia

FOOL PROOF

7 Seattle Watering Holes Made for Dry January

Looking for non-alcoholic drinks that won’t make you want to drink again? Look no further.

01/15/2020 By Zoe Sayler

Moving On

The 4 Biggest Questions Facing the Seahawks This Offseason

From keeping Clowney to protecting Russ, these are the big questions Seahawks leadership will have to answer.

01/15/2020 By Ryan Phelan