Nerd Alert

Where to Drink on Guy Fawkes Day

Remember, remember, the fifth of November...is as good a day as any to go out for a drink.

11/05/2014 By Allecia Vermillion

Quote Unquote

Meet the Men Who Discovered HMS Chatham’s Anchor

A commercial diver and an amateur historian may have just discovered an anchor lost during the Vancouver Expedition of the 1790s.

05/01/2014 By Matthew Halverson

What Lies Beneath

What Stopped the World’s Largest Tunnel-Boring Machine Just 1,000 Feet Into Its Journey?

And how does a city growing as fast as Seattle avoid erasing its past?

05/01/2014 By James Ross Gardner

Blast from the Past

MOHAI Seattle Fashion History Lecture

Join costume and wardrobe specialist Clara Berg as she brings two trendsetting Seattleites—and the garments of their day—to life.

03/21/2014 By Laura Cassidy

Film News

Who Should Take Over the Egyptian Theatre?

The Landmark cinema will show its last movie on June 27. We think one of these five arts organizations should keep the theater alive.

06/20/2013 By Laura Dannen

Tourist Attraction

Curious Things on Display at Ye Olde Curiosity Shop

Here's where to go when you want your mummy.

05/23/2013 By Neal Thompson

The Future History

MOHAI to Reopen December 29 in South Lake Union

The Museum of History and Industry, now in the Naval Reserve Armory, reopens with exhibits on Seattle cinema and houseboats.

08/13/2012 By Seth Sommerfeld

London 2012

When Art Was an Olympic Event

If the Games hadn't changed, Chuck Close could have been on Team USA next to Michael Phelps.

07/27/2012 By Allison Williams

Article

Seattle Center House Recycled

In time for the 50th anniversary of the World’s Fair, Graham Baba Architects turns the old armory into a house of light.

01/20/2012 By David Laskin

Market Insider

Meet the Ghosts That Haunt the Market

Mercedes Yaeger, owner of Market Ghost Tours, introduces Pike Place’s most distinguished ghouls.

06/03/2011 By James Ross Gardner

Article

Local’s Guide to the Pike Place Market: 104 Years of Fortitude

How Pike Place Market survived war, riots, and one reckless cab driver.

05/20/2011 By Jessica Voelker

Books & Authors

A City on a Sustainable Hill

Three new books contend Seattle can still teach the world a green thing or two.

11/08/2010 By Eric Scigliano