Sky Light

How to Watch This Weekend’s Supermoon Lunar Eclipse

Mercury is in retrograde and a blood moon is rising this Sunday—if only the clouds will get out of the way. Skies East of the Cascades will be clearest.

05/13/2022 By Taylor McKenzie Gerlach

Green Machine

Jim Stewart Allen, aka Broccoli Guy, Is Seattle's Biggest Sports Fan

Who's that guy waving broccoli at Mariners and Seahawks games? With a bunch in each hand, Seattle's biggest sports fan has become a staple in the stands.

05/13/2022 By Allison Williams

Sponsored Content

Bruce Surfaces this May at Seattle Rep

Based on the book The Jaws Log by Carl Gottlieb, Bruce is a world premiere musical you can really sink your teeth into.

05/12/2022

South by Northwest

Renee Erickson's Opening a New Bar

Portland chef Cameron Addy inspires a South-meets-Northwest dive bar at the former location of Kiki Ramen.

05/12/2022 By Allecia Vermillion

Salty Salish

Guide to Tide Pooling and Beach Combing around Seattle

Your guide to wandering our beaches at low tide and what to do with the sea life you find there.

05/12/2022 By Allison Williams

On the Trail

Three Plotlines to Follow in Washington State’s Midterm Elections

Local U.S. Senate and House races, as well as the state legislature, are already off and running. Will senator Patty Murray face a real challenge?

05/12/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

A Hot Tub with a View

Property Watch: An Offbeat Hood Canal Cabin

This water-view house is around an hour from any surrounding city, but incredibly close to the forest and mountains of Olympic National Park.

05/11/2022 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

Surprise

A Common Roadblock Delays Two of Seattle's Biggest Projects

The city and Sound Transit cite the same roadblock for pushing back completion of the East Link light rail extension and Waterfront Park.

05/11/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

Above All

A Summer-Ready Guide to Rooftop Patios

From the Mountaineering Club in the U District to South Lake Union's Mbar, our growing number of rooftop patios let you spend the summer on high.

05/11/2022 By Allecia Vermillion

Sponsored Content

Sorticulture: Everett's Premier Garden and Arts Festival

Kick-off summer and celebrate the best parts of Pacific Northwest outdoor living June 10-12.

05/10/2022

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Rooted in Nature and Innovation

Camper's S/S 22 collection contains more recycled, natural, and innovative materials than ever before.

05/10/2022

Everything

For Whom the Bagel Tolls

Some say these are the best bagels in Seattle. But owner Roan Hartzog leaves behind a changed landscape of local carbs, even as he moves on to Oregon.

05/10/2022 By Allecia Vermillion

Suburban State of Mind

April Home Prices Skyrocketed in These 9 Seattle Suburbs

The Eastside cities of Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, and Woodinville continued to show blazing year-over-year price growth, as did Auburn and Renton.

05/10/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

ICYMI

Weird Seattle News of Late

A Wordle rescue and the planned egging of a Jeff Bezos yacht highlight another odd chapter of Emerald City history.

05/10/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

Expansion Mode

Susu Dessert Bar Spins Off a Bothell Bakery

The croissants and kouign-amann will head north, so this gem in Chinatown–International District can become a late-night dessert bar.

05/10/2022 By Allecia Vermillion

Northern Exposure

Highway 20 Opens This Week in the North Cascades

The first sign of mountain spring in Washington is when our northernmost cross-state highway opens, easing access to the Methow Valley and Lake Chelan.

05/09/2022 By Allison Williams

Report Card

These King County High Schools Ranked Highest in 2022

Bellevue, Redmond and Lakewood boast some of the Seattle area's highest-ranked public schools, by measure of college readiness and graduation rates.

05/09/2022 By Taylor McKenzie Gerlach

Prestige TV

Jean Smart's Long, Fascinating Road from Ballard to Hacks

The Seattle-born actress tours the country, in the second season of the HBO series, as Deborah Vance. But her film and drama resume’s already been there.

05/09/2022 By Allecia Vermillion

Medical Matters

Why Abortion Is Health Care, Explained

The leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade has led medical professionals to reaffirm the importance of abortions.

05/09/2022 By Angela Cabotaje

State of Real Estate

Where Seattle Home Prices Rose—and Fell—Last Month

Three Seattle neighborhoods experienced 20 percent year-over-year sales price increases, while two saw prices fall. Which ones won the housing market?

05/09/2022 By Seattle Met Staff