Issue

January 2018

Best Places to Work

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A beer icon and a self-taught pit master team up for a solid new barbecue spot in sleepy Maple Leaf.

Interior designer Brian Paquette finds inspiration from European travels.

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For 100 years, a Chinatown/International District manufacturer has been turning out a singular product that feeds the community and fuels the multi-generational family business.

Charcoal is trending: in food, drinks, cosmetics and more.

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Well-chosen details freshen up the most essential of rooms.

Our progressive region may seem like an odd place for the alt-right. But Knute Berger explains why that’s a myth.

The Seattle companies that know how to keep their employees happy.

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When temperatures turn cold, the region east of Portland offers numerous outdoor recreation opportunities.

Hip little sister spot to Analog Coffee, makes a mean breakfast.

From home décor to jewelry, crystals are having a moment again.

Ride the local wave of tropical drinks lighting up Seattle’s bars.

It's the perfect time to hunt for crabs, clams and oysters.

A Western Washington University alum's bright idea is helping wheelchair-bound travelers find the right accommodations.

In a city of great sandwiches, two newbies are contenders for king.

Learn to prepare a classic Pacific Northwest food without butchering it—or yourself.

A time capsule museum exhibit examines the impacts of citizen-led diplomacy during the Cold War.

Local co-working outfits are specializing to bring together people and ideas.

Whether it's through company culture or leadership, these local employers are getting it right.

Some experts say it's the real key to happy, healthy and committed employees.

Studies show dog-friendly offices can reduce stress.

Free coffee and soda pop? A basketball hoop in the parking lot? Those were yesterday’s office perks.

Seattle Magazine explores the best places to work in our region.