Issue

March 2020

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To best enjoy this place, you must, as its menu states, “be open-minded in absorbing the un-norm.”

Pro tip: try the tagliatelle with wild mushrooms

An outdoor conversation pit in Laurelhurst integrates mid-century modern simplicity and natural beauty

MyKabin makes building a mother-in-law apartment a simple endeavor

This high-tech, low-stress yoga and meditation space helps you destress exactly as you need

You'll want one of everything made (or sourced) by this local design business

Leah Griffin helps guide the creation of laws that intimately impact rape survivors in Washington state

Tour some of the state’s most scenic falls on a weekend jaunt full of mist, moss and spruced-up photo ops

Find a guide to the night sky under your feet in West Seattle

Find yourself a place to call home

This Seattle-based web platform connects consumers with the small businesses they'd like to support

The Race and Climate Change Festival is "rooted in a belief that human beings will find a way to survive."

New DIY shop Elm Candle Bar smells of success

Whether you’re heading out of town or wandering through it, every urban Seattleite needs the perfect backpack

Abbio keeps costs down by selling direct to consumers

“If you start to integrate [theater] into their lives, you’ll be surprised at how early they pick up on things."

In addition to the front-page programming, many companies offer smaller-scale shows that are just as good as the mainstage fare

This contemporary update created seamless flow from the main living space to the backyard pool and the panoramic views of the water and mountains beyond.

"When people are operating out of nothing but mutual respect, it creates a euphoric environment.”

Our handpicked list of the best bets for entertainment this month

As neighborhoods throughout the city grow and change, here’s a handful of hot areas to keep an eye on

A neighborhood perched on Seattle’s western edge provides ample views and beach-town vibes

A former mill town ready for liftoff

Families flock to this northeast neighborhood for its small-town feel in the middle of the city

The sky’s the limit for career-driven Seattleites who land here

Head south for lake access and tree-lined boulevards