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Lil Woody's Seafood Month

There’s no need to put on your waders to land some of the region’s best seafood sandwiches. We give the nod to the fruits of the sea for our August burger collaboration.

1:28pm

Totally Tubular

A Retired West Seattle Dentist's World-Spanning Toothpaste Collection

Dr. Hilton Herrin has toothpaste tubes from Russia, Cuba, China, and nearly 60 other countries around the world.

10:15am By Benjamin Cassidy

Swirl Crush

The Best Soft Serve in Seattle

A childhood classic, all grown-up and sprinkled around the city.

07/30/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

Flame Out

Seattle Guide to Wildfires and Smoke

How to track fires and breathe safely during our most apocalyptic season.

07/30/2021 By Allison Williams

Vote!

A Last-Minute Guide to the August 3 Primary Election

Everything you need to know, procrastinators.

07/30/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

Culture Fix

What to Do in Seattle This Week

Elliott Bay’s first in-person (outdoor) reading in ages, tipples in Kirkland, and a queer comedy talk show.

07/29/2021 By Seattle Met Staff and Sophie Grossman

Inspired Combos

Seattle's New Cakes and Trees Is Equal Parts Bakery and Plant Shop

Cake by the slice, and foliage big and small fill this memorable new shop on First Hill, a spin-off of Good Day Donuts.

07/29/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

Lease Peeping

Seattle Rent Prices Are Almost Back to Pre-Pandemic Levels

Well, the concessions were nice while they lasted.

07/29/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

High Noon

Property Watch: A Home with Its Very Own Wild West Town

A famed Seattle-area collector assembled this backyard museum.

07/28/2021 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

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Get Reacquainted with your Skin

Dr. Eric Sorensen’s comprehensive dermatologic knowledge facilitates life-changing relief and peace of mind at The Polyclinic Northgate Plaza.

07/27/2021 By Ben McBee

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5 Questions to Ask Your Agent Before Home Shopping in Seattle

What you need to know to choose an agent who can help you get a home you love.

07/27/2021

Wet and wild

11 Swimming Holes within Two Hours of Seattle

Dive in to Washington’s glistening lakes and rivers—the water's fine.

07/27/2021 By Allison Williams

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Seattle’s Most Adventurous Theatre Company, Back on Stage in Georgetown

The Williams Project takes audiences on a spectacular, immersive, and harrowing journey in José Rivera’s Marisol, live outdoors August 12-29.

07/26/2021

Skorting the Issue

We Needed This: Girlfriend Collective’s Skort Fits Just Right

Somewhere between hard pants and soft pants lies the perfect summer wardrobe staple.

07/26/2021 By Zoe Sayler

International Locals

Washingtonians in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics

Jordan Chiles, Sue Bird, and many more.

07/23/2021 By Stefan Milne

Capuccino Alfresco

Flora Bakehouse Gives Seattle A Rooftop Patio Hangout on Beacon Hill

This charming outdoor space starts the day with pastries, then rolls into wine.

07/23/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

Pick Drop

The Kraken's Expansion Draft Was Fittingly Weird

Lots of tentacles.

07/22/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

Maritime Modern

Property Watch: A West Seattle Home Adjoins the Sea

Puget Sound creatures make the coolest neighbors.

07/21/2021 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

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Top Solutions for a Home Refresh

Financing Options for New Homes and Home Improvements.

07/20/2021 By Zoe Bowen

Failing Slow

This Month in Seattle Tech: Bezos Goes to Space and Jassy Takes Over

Plus: Photos that move, and a Google-Microsoft “cease-fire” ends.

07/20/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy