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Catch Knute Berger's Lecture at the Space Needle

A collage of images taken as the Space Needle was being built in 1961

Seattle magazine editor-at-large Knute Berger returns to his stomping grounds at the Space Needle tomorrow night.

After spending a year at the Needle as writer-in-residence, Berger will now be in attendance to deliver MOHAI's Denny Lecture, a new annual event developed to recognize the work of influential historians in our region. Read more »


Hey, Ho, Let's Go! to the EMP's Worn to be Wild Exhibit

The leather jacket in its punkest form.

Believe it or not, despite it’s current badass persona, the leather jacket hasn’t always been a symbol of toughness and unfettered sexuality lingering on the cusp of the underbelly of popular culture. Read more »


Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Perform 'Same Love' on Ellen



Winter Wonderland: Escape to Idaho!

While some are dreading the next five rain-soaked months in Seattle, let winter-lovers rejoice! Make the most of your favorite season and head to Idaho for the Northwest's ultimate winter playground. Whether you're taking advantage of spectacular skiing and snowboarding terrain, embarking on an extraordinary snowmobiling excursion, or exploring the snowy woodland on a pair of snowshoes, Idaho has winter activities for one and all. Read more »


Tom Douglas Grounded in NYC Because of Sandy

Leslie Kelly
Seattle restauraunt guru Tom Douglas

Tom Douglas and his wife, Jackie Cross, didn’t heed the “shelter in place” advice, but instead headed out Monday evening to Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, while Hurricane Sandy battered the East Coast.

“It was really kind of eerie,” said Seattle’s most famous chef, who was in NYC on a book tour, promoting The Dahlia Bakery Cookbook. “There was really nobody on the street. The wind was howling at about 80 to 90 miles an hour. Rain was blowing sideways. It was pretty cool.” Read more »