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State of Shock

Knute Berger wonders what’s next for Seattle after a heartbreaking spate of bystander shootings.

Summer, in spirit if not via the weather, kicks off each year over Memorial Day weekend with the Northwest Folklife…

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A Garden of Eating Blooms on Beacon Hill

Growing Beacon Hill’s new Food Forest will take a village—but it will also feed one.

  Those Pink Lady apples you’re eyeing at the supermarket cost $2.49 a pound. A feather-light pint of organic raspberries?…

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Enjoy Long Happy Hours at Saint John’s

The newest restaurant by the folks behind Queen Anne’s Solo bar has an airy, amiable atmosphere.

High Ceilings, Happy StaffThe room is comfortably spacious, with high ceilings dotted with elegantly artsy fixtures, and tables that easily…

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Indulge in Brunch at Fiddlehead

Sunlight pours through south-facing windows, bouncing off spring green accents in West Seattle’s homey new lunch spot. Opened in March…

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Give Branzino Another Chance

With Chef Garrett Michael Brown at the helm, the restaurant adds some nuance to the big-boned menu.

When Branzino opened in 2008 to much acclaim, its chef, Ashley Merriman, was clearly a star on the rise; she…

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Bitterroot Knows BBQ

Home of the best plate of ribs in Seattle

Montana may not be known for world-class barbecue, but that doesn’t mean Grant and Hannah Carter, who met in Big…

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