Food & Culture

It Takes Two to Kizomba

A sexy dance craze slinks into Seattle.

You’ve swung the West Coast swing, spiced up your salsa and topped off your tango—what’s next? Time to kiss up…

Mallory Peterson

Hello, Kitty

Bellevue Arts Museum herds 155 cats into a fortuitous new exhibit.

Those little waving kitties have become ubiquitous good luck trinkets in Seattle shops—but what exactly do their upraised paws tell…

Seattle Mag

South Lake Union to Get Mile-High Tower

Seattle solves density problem "in one fell swoop."

April 1 — Seattle’s booming South Lake Union is about to get taller. In anticipation of a neighborhood up-zone, a developer has…

Seattle Mag

Yokohama Yankee: An Ex-Pat’s Story about Life in Japan

Seattle Business magazine editor Leslie Helm pens a family history of mixed heritage.

When reporter Leslie Helm (editor of Seattle mag’s sister publication, Seattle Business) began the process of adopting a Japanese baby…

Seattle Mag

SAM Gets a Big Screen, Spring Break Cocktails and Other Weekend Musts

MUST REFLECTMirrorSeattle Art Museum’s new permanent installation by video artist Doug Aitken is a magnetic mystery. A two-story-tall outdoor LED…

Seattle Magazine

Seattle’s Champion Grocery Bagger to Appear on Letterman

Last month West Seattle’s own Metropolitan Market grocery bagger Andrew Borracchini, 18, claimed the hotly contested title of “Best Bagger”…

Michelle Tolfa

Donald Byrd’s New, New Normal

The renowned choreographer celebrates his 10th year with Spectrum Dance Theater.

It’s been 10 years since choreographer Donald Byrd alighted in Seattle to take the helm at Spectrum Dance Theater. Previously,…

Seattle Mag

See Moisture Festival, Remember a Local Fashion Icon & Other Weekend Musts

MUST MARVELMoisture FestivalOpens Thursday (3/21–4/14) — It’s another welcome sign of spring when Hale’s Palladium in Fremont suddenly fills with…

Seattle Magazine

On Our New Collaboration with Crosscut

Alongside our signature Best Restaurants story, which hones in on the most memorable meals of the year, you’ll find something totally new…

Seattle Magazine