A sneak peek at our latest issue, available on newsstands and in the Kindle store now:
Restaurants: Dining editor Allison Austin Scheff maps out the best noodle dishes at local Asian and Italian restaurants; and food writer Jess Thomson offers a beginner’s guide to shopping the Asian noodle aisle at Uwajimaya, complete with recipes for your first home-cooked fresh ramen or udon dish.
Environment: Langdon Cook delves into the battle over the Pebble Mine.
Arts: Brangien Davis talks with Jerrik Hoffer,the star of Balagan Theatre's production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch coming to The Moore this week; and she steps inside the Seattle studio of renowned sound sculptor Trimpin.
Outdoors: Fun fact: Did you know Seattle has around 600 publicly accessible outdoor stairways? There's a new guide to explore all of them.
Takeout: Our edit staff takes one for the team and samples copious tasty entrees and sides from companies that offer home meal delivery.
Restaurant Reviews: A slew of new food trucks to follow in South Lake Union, plus, our dining editor reviews Grub in Queen Anne, Harbor City in Chinatown-International District and San Fernando’s Roasted Chicken.
Architecture & Design: The January 2013 issue of Northwest Home explores a mod remodel on the Kirkland waterfront.
Grey Matters: Last, but never least: Knute Berger’s regular back-page column. This month he ponders the “What Could Have Been” chapter of Seattle's history, inspired by the new MOHAI. What would Seattle be now, for example, if we had built the proposed floating stadium in Elliott Bay in 1963?
And much more...