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Viaduct for Dummies: Another SR99 slowdown coming; 520 taking shape

520 bridge girder

There's a lot of discussion today about the fate of tolling on the soon-to-exist SR 99 tunnel, on the heels of yesterday's "tunnel tolling committee" meeting. Seems something interesting is happening around here since the 520 tolls went into effect: People are surprisingly willing to sit in terrible traffic to avoid paying tolls. Tell me about it. Traffic just hasn't been the same on my beloved I90. Read more »


Update! Seattle Center's Food Court Transforming into The Armory (Now with MORE Tenants!)

By: 
Cody Bay
The Armory

February 29, 2012 update: Skillet is confirmed for Armory take-out counter

After much humming, hawing and are-they-or-aren't-they confusion, Skillet Street Food has officially signed on as an anchor tenant in the Seattle Center's newly-renovated food court, The Armory. Read more »


Tales from the Social Scene: I’ve Got a Crush on You

By: 
Ernie Pino

It was my absolute pleasure last week to attend the seven year anniversary at Nicole and Jason Wilson’s Madison Valley restaurant Crush. Read more »


Seattle Business Magazine Weighs in on the City’s Fashion Status

Nationally, we take flack for our supposed lack of fashion sense here in the Emerald City (cue the fleece and socks n’ sandals jokes). But as we’ve seen over the past five years of our Seamless in Seattle fashion design competition here at Seattle mag, the city is fairly bursting with talented designers out to change that view.

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Northwest Fashion Storms the Runway: Tickets Now on Sale for The Forecast

We writers and editors have a common complaint, “There aren’t enough pages!” Sometimes we just can’t fit the entirety of a story into the glossy pages of the magazine, and more often that not, we could fill volumes with ideas.

Thus was born our first-ever spring fashion show, The Forecast. Read more »