Exit Interview

Paul Lambros Reflects on the State of Affordable Housing in Seattle

After three decades in charge, the Plymouth Housing CEO departs one of the city's most prominent nonprofits amid a homelessness crisis.

08/11/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

Culture Fix

Things to Do in Seattle

From exhibits at MOHAI and the Henry Art Gallery to shows at the Tractor Tavern, here's what to do in Seattle this weekend—and for the rest of the summer.

08/11/2022 By Seattle Met Staff and Taylor McKenzie Gerlach

2022 Primary

Jaime Herrera Beutler's Vote to Impeach Trump Casts Her Out of Congress

The six-term Republican representative in Southwest Washington conceded defeat Tuesday in the state's primary election.

08/10/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

Tiny Tudor

Property Watch: A Vintage Courtyard Condo Lives Like a Little House

This 527-square-foot one-bedroom home is part of Rosina Court, a collection of brick, Tudor-style homes with 1920s charm.

08/10/2022 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

Screen Time

Seattle Gets Its Very Own Bar for Watching Women's Sports

Jen Barnes's family friendly pub will put women's sports, like OL Reign and Seattle Storm games, on first.

08/10/2022 By Allecia Vermillion

CLASS ACT

School Shop Local

Back-to-school favorites, from comfortable sneakers for kids to sustainable, locally made backpacks and notebooks for teens.

08/10/2022 By Zoe Sayler

Save Us

Satellite Devices Redefine Safety for Hikers

If you regularly hike or camp in the backcountry, a satellite communicator has become an essential piece of emergency equipment.

08/10/2022 By Allison Williams

Nightlife Orbs

Sapphic Seattle Is Reinventing the Lesbian Bar

The Wildrose in Capitol Hill is Seattle's one and only lesbian bar—but these popup parties and club nights for queer femmes are filling the void.

08/09/2022 By Sophie Grossman

Feature

Lou Graham, Seattle's Misunderstood Madam

Is everything we know about one of Seattle’s most notorious historical figures true, or just the masterful storytelling of one garrulous newspaperman?

08/09/2022 By Hanna Brooks Olsen

Coronavirus Chronicles

Need Paxlovid? Washington's Telehealth Program Ups Access

Getting a prescription for Covid oral antivirals in King County and Washington is even easier than seeing a doctor in person.

08/08/2022 By Ann Karneus

THE LITTLE THINGS

14 Boutiques for the Fashionable PNW Child

From Bootyland in Capitol Hill's Chophouse Row to Village Maternity in U Village, here's where to shop for children's clothing in the Seattle area.

08/05/2022 By Zoe Sayler and Seattle Met Staff

Rent Report

Seattle Rents Still Climbing for the Sixth Straight Month

How much it costs to rent an apartment in Renton, Bothell, Bellevue, Redmond, Woodinville, and other Seattle-area cities.

08/05/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

GOATED

Seattle Has Shown Up for Sue Bird's Last Dance

The GOAT's final season has drawn record attendance at Climate Pledge Arena. And the biggest crowds are still to come.

08/05/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

Sponsored Content

New Stores are coming to The Landing

Visit the NEW restaurants and retail stores coming soon to The Landing!

08/04/2022

Status Update

What to Know about the Monkeypox Outbreak in Seattle

From case counts in Washington and King County to the latest on symptoms, testings, and vaccines in Seattle.

08/04/2022 By Angela Cabotaje

Spectacles

All the Razzmatazz at This Year's Seafair

Looking for the lowdown on the Blue Angels, hydroplane races, Log Boom, and Golden Knights during this annual summer event? We've got you.

08/04/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

Sponsored Content

The 2022 Arc’teryx Climbing Academy

The Climbing Academy is back in Squamish for its 15th year with 3 days of educational clinics and two full days and nights of programming taking place at Pavilion Park in Squamish.

08/03/2022

Sponsored Content

Downtown Summer Sounds

Enjoy free live, local music in downtown Seattle through Sept. 9.

08/03/2022

Ready, Players?

GameWorks Reboots in Downtown Seattle

The Seattle arcade, just off the corner of Seventh and Pike, reboots under new ownership after a Covid closure.

08/03/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

Won't You Be My Neighhhhbor

Property Watch: A Midcentury Ranch for Modern Horses

This property in the Seattle suburbs has more than 35 acres of pastures and forest, plus a log cabin and plenty of space for horses.

08/03/2022 By Sarah Anne Lloyd