Seattle Magazine's The Must List

Betty MacDonald: Once, Bigger Than Semple

Betty MacDonald, more popular than Maria Semple in her time, is the subject of a new biography

Seattle’s MacDonald: Movies based on her books sold about as many tickets as those for Quentin Tarantino’s flicks

Tim Appelo

2016: The WTF Year in Review

#manintree perhaps best summarizes the overall WTF zeitgeist of 2016

Seattle Magazine Staff with Jake Laycock, Rebecca Ratterman and Eva Seelye

A Brief History of Rotary Viewpoint Park’s Totem Pole

There’s more to West Seattle’s totem pole than meets the eye

Robin Young’s totem pole in West Seattle; in 2009, it was recovered along with a second stolen totem, Renton’s Henry

Jake Laycock

Cuniform, a Sustainable Styling Agency, is Goodwill Indeed

Stylists Christine Tran and Colton Dixon Winger are paying it (fashion) forward

Winger and Tran in their farm-to-table threads

Jennifer McCullum

Billy Footwear Adaptive Shoes Take Anyone, Anywhere

Billy Price designs adaptive shoes that work for anybody

The zippered shoe designed by Billy Price appeals to kids who need help with laces, grown-ups with arthritis and anyone

Sarah Murphy

Cider House Rules, Seattle Style

As Northwest hard ciders evolve, so do the flavor profiles at a growing number of local cider bars

A tasting flight from Citizen Six

Kendall Jones