The April 2018 Issue

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Order the Octopus at This New Tapas Restaurant in Ballard

This new Ballard spot, with its international menu, is best for group dining

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The 580,000-Pound Marine Debris Problem in the San Juans

The effort, led by the Samish tribe, is generating interest and winning awards on its way to cleaning up the San Juan archipelago

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Seattle’s Newest Subscription Service Delivers a New White T-Shirt To Your Door Every Month

Fashion subscription service Haute T delivers crisp white wardrobe essentials

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Fighting Native American Homelessness, One Bracelet at a Time

This project from Chief Seattle Club is creating jewelry for a cause

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Bellevue’s New Lincoln South Food Hall Delivers the Goods

All of a sudden, mall dining in the Seattle area has gotten good

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These Seattle Artists Are Exploring China’s Sociopolitical Transformation

Lauren Yee's play "The Great Leap" and poetry by Western Washington University's Jane Wong address China's "Great Leap Forward"

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Seattle Spring Fashion: Gray Is Giving Way to Season of Color

Step inside the newly renovated Hotel Theodore for our spring fashion photo shoot

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How Seattle’s Wave Press is Celebrating National Poetry Month

The Pulitzer Prize-winning local poetry press is celebrating with four new titles

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One of the World’s Biggest Indoor Farms Is Now Growing Food in Kent

Produce from Plenty's new vertical farm will be available to consumers later this year

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City Scaping: Finding a Balance Between Green Transportation and Safety

This month's Editor's Note from Rachel Hart

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The Curious Backstory of an Epic Cocktail from Wallingford Bar Pablo y Pablo

A stealth combo of fruit and spice come together in this cocktail, created by a bartender lost too soon

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7 Seattle Plant Shops to Get You Ready For Spring

Don’t just eat your greens—bring ’em indoors. These shops are our favorites for their selection of indoor plants and artful ways to display them