Art of the Dodge

Flaking on Plans Is Seattle's Real Cultural Export

Follow these tips on nights when you just need to be a hermit.

08/20/2019 By Darren Davis

Shifts & Shakeups

This Week in Restaurant News: Butchers and Brunch in Ballard

Five dining developments on our radar this week.

08/02/2019 By Courtney Cummings

The Big Opt Out

How Is Measles Still a Problem in Washington?

Amid the state’s largest measles outbreak in decades, some parents still choose not to immunize.

03/26/2019 By Aly Brady

Almost Friends

How a New Private Club Crafts Full-Service Social Lives

The Collective, a self-proclaimed "urban basecamp," neatly packages and optimizes leisure time. Is this what finally melts the Seattle Freeze?

10/16/2018 By Sydney Parker

Sales & Events

Wear What When October 8–14

Fall is in the air which means back-to-school shopping and sales at Bellefleur, SoDo Flea Market, and Sassafras.

10/08/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

#NoFilter, No Glory

How Instagram Has Changed Outdoor Spaces

In the last few years, the app has affected the demand for—and safety in—the great outdoors.

09/11/2018 By Sydney Parker

This Washington

GOP Memo: Improve Social Media Numbers and Increase Support Among Women

Republican communications plan cites Democratic social media advantage and lack of GOP reach with women.

08/27/2014 By Josh Feit

Visual Art

Frye Art Museum Lets You Be the Curator with #SocialMedium

Crowd-curate the Frye's Founding Collection for the fall via Facebook, Instagram, and more social media sites

08/19/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Weekly Planner

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: July 15–22

This week: Learn to make a perfect pavlova (or pay a private chef to do it for you).

07/15/2014 By Caroline Ferguson

Critic's Notebook

Restaurateurs Use Social Media to Shame Annoying Customers

Including one in Seattle who probably wishes he’d just spat in their food.

04/21/2014 By Kathryn Robinson