Once billed as the Palm Springs of Washington, this agricultural town boasts outdoor recreation and serious beer tasting.
Allison Williams and Seattle Met Staff
This third-generation family of fishermen delivers—with a discount through Seattle Met.
Hiking, boating, and fishing return to state lands, with restrictions; golf tees up, too.
100 Years of Activism
Plus: Students-turned-protesters occupy a Beacon Hill schoolhouse—known today as the El Centro de la Raza community center.
Madeline Ostrander and Valerie Schloredt
Food Lovers Guide
A community-supported fishery is just what it sounds like: a weekly share of fresh local seafood.
The city’s best seafood chefs are crazy about fishing—just not for dinner.