Langdon Cook goes on a late autumn hunt for watercress

Seattle’s Short Run festival celebrates handmade comic books and more

Grace Bonney

Grace Bonney, who founded the popular design and lifestyle blog Design*Sponge, visited Seattle in mid-October as part of a multi-city tour promoting the release of her new book, In the Company of Women.

Dwight is a fellow who lives with gusto in the studio and beyond, as quick to crack a joke as he is to crack the whip when it comes to ordering lunch. We caught up last night after the band’s Portland set and talked about his food passions on the road, a fondly remembered pork belly burrito somewhere in New Jersey, and his particular notions about pizza.

In our November 2016 issue, you'll find a lengthy list of people who have influenced and shaped our city for the past five decades. Our panel of experts and staff discussed and debated until we narrowed down the list of Hall of Famers for our 50th anniversary issue. But even in the end, our final list is only a sampling of the countless people who have made an impact on our city. So now, it's your turn. Fill out the survey below now through November 18 to tell us who you think should have made our Most Influential People of Seattle list. 

Around these parts, Mario Batali is a little bit of a hometown here: He was born in Seattle, and his family runs the popular Pioneer Square sandwich shop/cured meats emporium that is Salumi

Two online retailers are making it easier than ever to redecorate your home without ever leaving it


Accessories and furnishings to simplify and organize