The December 2018 Issue

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A Seattle Indie Rocker Goes Solo at Bellevue Art Museum

An indie music veteran constructs his sonic vision in 3-D

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Magnuson Park’s New Brewpub Makes the Neighborhood Cheer

Magnuson Café and Brewery was launched by the Mollusk Brewing and Dexter Brewhouse team

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Fed up With Seattle? Move to These Burgs

Thinking of leaving our beleaguered city? Knute Berger has a few ideas on where you might want to go

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ID’s New Boutique Is What Seattle’s Been Missing

Marcus Lalario's clothing boutique, Can't Blame the Youth, fills a void in the city

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A Day in the Life of a Seattle Pop-Up Baker

Pop-ups may be nothing new in town, but this year fledgling bakeries have especially embraced them as a way to gain customers before taking on the heady costs of a brick-and-mortar business. But even a pop-up isn’t easy to pull off

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Pioneer Square Distillery Lets You Blend Your Own Whiskey

Copperworks’ whiskey-blending workshop lets you create your own perfect bottle

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ID Renovations Clash With Housing Affordability

In the Chinatown–International District, an old form of housing has fallen, taking a piece of history—and affordability—with it

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Local High School Teacher Gets an A+ in Style

Newport High School's Carolyn Marino earns bonus points for style both in and out of the classroom

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Ravenna’s Tempero Do Brasil is Reborn as Alcove

Alcove, a new Brazilian restaurant, has ties to an old one

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The Best Winter Getaways

Looking for your winter bliss? We've got you covered

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Follow I-90 for a Luxe Winter Getaway, From the Salish Lodge to Suncadia

A jaunt west to east along this highway packs plenty of options for a long winter weekend of luxe fun

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Cozy up and Watch Storms on the Oregon Coast

A favorite winter spectator sport is best viewed from a window; these spots give you a front-row seat