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Today's quandry: A latte or an easy commute?

520 bridge tolling
Taking the high (priced) road

If you're an east-west driver, you've already grappled with this one: Is it worth the price of two lattes to breeze across the lake? With peak tolls running $3.50 each way ($5 if you don't have a "Good to Go" pass; $200 a month, people!), that 520 bridge is now a serious budget item for some folks. And it shows; people are diverting by the hundreds to cross the I90 bridge instead, and who can blame 'em? Read more »


New Tiffany Colors Creative Studio Debuts at the Pioneer Square Art Walk Tonight

When Tiffany Lowry, one of our favorite local beauty and makeup experts (see: her appearance in our Best of 2011 issue), got rained out of yet another photoshoot this fall, she decided it was high time to have a dedicated (non-drippy) place to create glorious hair and makeup styles. Read more »


10 Things I am Ashamed I Have Not Done and Will Do in 2012

Do not call it a “bucket list.” Since neither death nor apocalypse seem more imminent than usual (fingers crossed!)I’ll call this a “sand pail” list: obvious things to do and see locally that will be top priority in 2012, lest the tides of time snatch away the opportunity and I spend all future social gatherings awkwardly avoiding any shame around said topics.

Let’s begin at the rear: Read more »


6 New Year’s Resolutions Inspired by Our Favorite Stories

What better inspiration for New Year's resolutions than the local people who inspired our editorial team to include them in Seattle magazine in 2011? Read more »


RedTri.com: Best Family-Friendly Brunch Spots in Seattle

Weekends were made for sleeping in, and nothing tops off a late morning like brunch with the family. RedTri.com asked Seattle moms and friends to share with us their favorite and most beloved brunch restaurants, and we've got all the juicy, mouthwatering details below, from gluten-free pancakes to biscuits and gravy, these places are so much more than green eggs and ham! Read more »