April 2017

Community Grocery: Little Free Pantry Feeds the ‘Hood

Little Free Libraries feed the mind, but Seattle’s Little Free Pantry feeds the hungry

Pearson’s pantry food: Take it or leave it

Erica C. Barnett

Scandinavian Style: Marimekko-Inspired Looks for Spring Fashion

Inspired by Finnish design house Marimekko’s sprightly designs on display at the Nordic Heritage Museum, bright colors and a playful mix of patterns are propelling spring fashion forward

Sachin & Babi Noir “May” viscose-blend dress in onyx, $625, from Butch Blum. Quay Eyeware Australia “The Bat” sunglasses in white/silver, $25, and speckled and brushed dipped bangles, $28 each, both from Baleen

Nia Martin

A Serious Beer Cocktail: No Anchor’s Emerald City Cooler

Mix up this hoppy, refreshing cocktail from Seattle’s newest beer-obsessed bar

Max Sayer (left) and Chris Elford take their passion for beer in cocktails seriously at their new bar, No Anchor

A.J. Rathbun

Wenatchee: A Weekend Getaway Worth the Trip

Just over the Cascades, this river city is burgeoning with wineries, a food scene and sunshine

Small shops and restaurants, including the Lemolo Cafe, line the streets of downtown Wenatchee

Virginia Smyth

The Amazing Perucas of Jasmine Ni’Cole Johnson

Jasmine Ni’Cole Johnson finds a stylish and efficient fix for bad hair days

Jasmine Ni’Cole Johnson in five different Perucas (yes, they’re all her)

Eva Seeyle

Seattle’s Apartment Boom Offers New Living Options

As it transforms neighborhoods, Seattle’s apartment boom offers a surplus of options like rooftop gardens, chicken coops and more

Apartment-dwellers in South Lake Union’s six-story Amli can enjoy the 3,000 square foot rooftop garden

Sheila Cain