Issue

November 2016

50th Anniversary Edition

From this Issue

The architectural oasis of a late genius has been given new life on Vashon Island

Like many Seattleites, Tov Arneson enjoys the growing riches of restaurants and shops the city offers. But he found that the cost of getting to these spots—in parking fees or via a rideshare service—was becoming a challenge.

Trying to predict the future is humbling—but even when we know we’ll probably be wildly wrong, it’s fodder for good conversation

Trying to predict the future is humbling—but even when we know we’ll probably be wildly wrong, it’s fodder for good conversation

Trying to predict the future is humbling, but even when we know we'll probably be wildly wrong, it's fodder for good conversation

Authentic? Not exactly. But these tacos offer a new twist beyond the truck

Town Hall program director Katy Sewall explores the expat life in her online audio broadcast

The duo behind Book Bindery opens the upscale neighborhood eatery Copine in Ballard

Karissa Bodnar’s Thrive Causemetics: beauty with purpose

Ghostfish Brewing’s gluten-free beers invite everyone to join the tribe

15 Minutes with Chris Porter, owner of A la Mode Pies

15 Minutes with Chris Porter, owner of A la Mode Pies

Old Pike Place Market tiles reveal intriguing Seattle quirks, says Knute Berger. Today’s generation now has its chance to make a mark at the Market.

This charming coastal city on Vancouver Island is only a three- to five-hour trip northwest of Seattle

Explore the possibilities of mezcal in this refreshing and flavor-packed drink at the updated Canlis lounge

The Washington State University Cougars and the University of Washington Huskies take to the field again on Black Friday, November 25, in Pullman to battle for the Apple Cup

The Washington State University Cougars and the University of Washington Huskies take to the field again on Black Friday, November 25, in Pullman to battle for the Apple Cup

Our restaurant scene is booming and flooded with troves of well-off diners. But is Seattle hungry for the next evolution of fine dining?

Our restaurant scene is booming and flooded with troves of well-off diners. But is Seattle hungry for the next evolution of fine dining?

Whichever side you’ve voted for, you’ll want a stiff drink when all is said and done

Learn about 19 species of North American owls in Paul Bannick’s new book, including this inquisitive short-eared owl

Take a peek into the lives and times of these wise, wondrous birds

Keep your eye on these Seattlites, just beginning to make their mark on the city

Keep your eye on these Seattlites, just beginning to make their mark on the city

A look at the interestingly twisted branches of the 'Seattle' family tree

Seattle's Hall of Fame: Activism/Social Justice, Civic Discourse and Community Leaders, Civil Rights and Cannabis

Langdon Cook goes on a late autumn hunt for watercress

Seattle’s Short Run festival celebrates handmade comic books and more