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Ellenos Milk + Fruit: The Ellenos for Every Day

This brand-new way to enjoy Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt is made with unsweetened yogurt and handmade fruit purees—and without added sugar or sweeteners.

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Culture Fix

What to Do in Seattle This Week

An updating list of the events—safely in person and online—that we're excited about.

10:06am By Seattle Met Staff

House hunt

7 Washington Towns to Kick Off Your Airbnb Search

The best spots for weekend rentals, whether you're looking for a classic mountain experience or hours in a hot tub.

9:52am By Allison Williams

Oeno Files

Luke Is Making Stunning Wines from Washington’s Wahluke Slope

Want the best value in local red wines right now? Check out these bottles.

9:30am By Sean P. Sullivan

Masks on Masks on Masks

You Can Probably Have Your Block “Closed” for Trick or Treating

Seattle announced Trick or Street Blocks.

9:00am By Stefan Milne

Let's Tock Turkey

These Seattle Restaurants Offer Takeout Thanksgiving Dinner

Big gatherings might be dicey, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't stuff yourself with mashed potatoes and pie.

8:42am By Allecia Vermillion

Eras

Maria Hines Will Close Tilth This Month

The term "pioneering" gets overused. But never when talking about Maria Hines's organic restaurant.

10/22/2020 By Allecia Vermillion

Lit Fall

Jess Walter's The Cold Millions Is a Rich, Expansive Page-Turner

The Washington author's latest dives into a row between organized labor and police in 1909 Spokane.

10/22/2020 By Stefan Milne

All of the Fancy Toast

Bastille's Permanent Closure Makes Way for Counter-Service Sabine

Los Angeles hotspots like Sqirl and Gjusta inspire the bistro's next chapter.

10/22/2020 By Allecia Vermillion

Hear Here

Months After Sounding the Alarm, Local Music Venues Have a New Strategy

Keep Music Live is an attempt for venues to stay around after they’ve stayed closed.

10/21/2020 By Stefan Milne

Photo Essay

SoDo's Duwamish River Is Visibly Healing

Labeled one of the most toxic sites in the U.S., two decades of clean-up have the river doing better.

10/21/2020 Photography by David Ryder By Stefan Milne

Crossroads

Woodinville Wine Is Once Again in Flux

Given over to warehouses and agriculture, the town has always been an odd place to host a wine tasting hub. A few new projects show that’s changing.

10/21/2020 By Sean P. Sullivan

First Person, Last Word

The Art of Living in the Rain

How my East Coast family learned to love this soggy city through my eyes.

10/20/2020 By Alex Pemoulié

2020 Election

Your Last-Minute Anxieties about Voting in King County, Addressed

How to register to vote if you still haven’t, and what to do if your ballot hasn’t arrived.

10/20/2020 By Christy Carley

After School Special

Two Seattle Teenagers Founded an Organization to Support Young Artists of Color

Extracurricular activities include swim team, drama club, and founding the Colorization Collective.

10/20/2020 By Carli Ricker

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Charting A New Course For Whiskey From Seattle

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10/19/2020

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Doctors You Can Depend On

Pacific Medical Centers (PacMed) is excited to welcome four new physicians to the team.

10/19/2020 By Ben McBee

Fall Report

Northwest Travel 2020: Where to Go, What to Know

Cruises and festivals are canceled—but there's still plenty to do, from a DIY take on Oktoberfest to a buffet road trip.

10/19/2020 By Allison Williams