Food & Culture

Near-Beer Seer

Figurehead’s Bob Monroe has a uniquely personal reason for creating a nonalcoholic craft beer

It’s been years since Bob Monroe has had more than a sip of his own beer. That’s about to change….

Rob Smith

Fast Food Meets Fine Dining

Seattle’s first ‘fast-fine’ restaurant will soon open its doors

Thanks to Christian Chan, Seattle will soon become the place where fine dining meets fast food. In April, Chan will…

Rob Smith

What are the benefits of a virtual arts education?

Interlochen Online offers students unique opportunities

When Interlochen Online launched in 2020, the program was built upon a foundation of arts innovation of Interlochen. Now, two…

Seattle Mag

Wing Luke Appoints New Executive Director

Joël Barraquiel Tan replaces longtime boss Beth Takekawa

Joël Barraquiel Tan

Chris S. Nishiwaki

Jack of All Trades

From production to beauty, Bellevue-based ‘Hoarders’ producer Courtney LeMarco does it all

This article appears in the November-December issue of Seattle magazine. To subscribe, visit Courtney LeMarco may be the busiest…

Nat Rubio-Licht

Seattle’s Autumn Arts Scene

Some organizations return to in-person programming

Digital programming kept many arts organizations afloat the past 18 months and, in many cases, engaged new audiences. But the very crux…

Rob Smith

New Boss at Seattle Arts and Lectures

Longtime SAL executive Rebecca Hoogs takes over for Ruth Dickey

Rebecca Hoogs arrived at Seattle Arts and Lectures (SAL) in 2000 as a part-time and temporary writer-in-residence while a Master…

Chris S. Nishiwaki

Backstory: The Right Note

A new public art installation celebrates the Central area’s history and rich African American heritage.

A new public art installation throughout Vulcan Real Estate’s Jackson Apartments on South Jackson Street between 23rd and 25th Avenues celebrates…

Rob Smith

Tragedy Not Forgotten

Seattle artists reflect on the 20-year anniversary of 9/11

Having just returned from a kayaking vacation, Ingrid Lahti was already feeling a bit rubbery when she walked in the door…

Sean Meyers