Food & Culture

Fiction: The Windless City

A work of flash fiction set in Seattle in 2042

Editor’s note: Brenda Cooper is a Kirkland-based short-story writer, poet and futurist who has written 10 novels. Her most recent…

Brenda Cooper

Seattle’s Mushroom Queen

First, it was a cupcake empire and cannabis edibles.
Now, Jody Hall is focused on liquid mushrooms.

If there’s a trendy new culinary craze in Seattle, chances are Jody Hall is behind it. Hall, of course, founded…

Stefanie Ellis

Books: ‘Seattle’s Streetcar Era’

Riding a streetcar in the 1930s was nothing like today

Seattle has a mixed history with transportation solutions. A new book, “Seattle’s Streetcar Era, An Illustrated History, 1884-1941,” details almost…

Seattle Mag

Spring Arts

Entering a Period of Discovery

The Pacific Northwest Ballet has two more shows this season, including “Swan Lake.”

Rob Smith

Quiet the Wild

Layer up and enjoy the beauty of an unpredictable Seattle Spring

Lily wears 1960’s Cardigan From Token Vintage, Checkered Coat By Bogey Boys, Long Wide Scarf By Lita By Ciara, Trail…

Andrew Burkhardt and Michele Andrews

Julie Stein and the Burke Museum. A Natural History Evolution.

Julie Stein calls it a career after launching the new Burke

In a distinguished career as a professor of geoarchaeology at the University of Washington and a three-decade stint at Seattle’s…

Rob Smith

Photography: Three Days in Seattle

Photo essay explores the experience from a unique perspective

Madison Street has always fascinated photographer Eirik Johnson. It’s the only major thoroughfare that completely bisects the city, from the…

Rob Smith

Sonic Blast From The Past

Popular Facebook site recalls the glory of the Seattle SuperSonics

In one photo, NBA Hall of Famer and former Sonics great Jack Sikma maneuvers to take his deadly accurate fallback…

Rob Smith

A Take on Bake

Sahana Vij’s dessert cookbook marries her love of cooking and philanthropy

It’s hard to say what’s more impressive: the fact that Sahana Vij wrote a cookbook as a teenager or that…

Rob Smith