Seattle Newcomers are Bringing Tastes From Across the Nation
This month's Editor's Note from Rachel Hart.
This article appears in print in the February 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. For decades, people have moved to seattle for its natural beauty; because it’s a center of innovation and opportunity; and, often, because it allows them the freedom to live the way they want to. With the recent growth spurt (thanks, Amazon) and an…
Autopilot: Is Seattle Ready for Self-Driving Cars?
Kirkland is one of the few U.S. cities where self-driving cars are being tested. How else are state and local leaders preparing?
This article appears in print in the February 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Kirkland drivers may have noticed a Lexus RX suburban utility vehicle with a black rooftop dome traversing the local streets. While there’s been someone sitting in the driver’s seat, that driver’s hands probably haven’t been on the steering wheel. Kirkland is one of…
The United States of Food: Seattle’s Boom Is Bringing Food From All Over the Country
When you yearn for a taste of home -- whether that's a Philly cheesesteak or a New England lobster roll -- we're here to help you find it in Seattle.
Never mind those grease stains. Fatty cuts like these ribs and brisket from Jeff’s Texas Style BBQ benefit most from the low-and-slow barbecue method
Chelsea Lin, Naomi Tomky and Megan Lamb
Believe in the Power of the Handwritten Valentine
Elevate your message with a card from Apartment on Belmont
This article appears in print in the February 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Graphic designer Samantha Wagner, who shares her local stationery company, Apartment on Belmont, with West Seattle artist Michael Doyle, believes in the power of a handwritten valentine. “It is an incredibly romantic gesture to write a love note. These notes tend to be…