The July 2021 Issue

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Champagne, Step Aside

Summer of pét-nat: natural bubbles on the rise in Washington

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Backstory: The Right Note

A new public art installation celebrates the Central area’s history and rich African American heritage.

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The Skyline, the Sun and the Spam

Marination Ma Kai’s waterfront patio triumphantly returns

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Meet the Ice Man, Michael Del Mundo

A childhood fascination with shave ice turns into a popular Seattle business

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AIA Seattle Home of Distinction: Thinking Big to go Small

Architect, homeowners overcome sizable challenges

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Dishing on Dinner Parties

Chef John Howie lays out a plan for that perfect party

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Where to Find the Perfect Post-hike Milkshake

Reward yourself with these tasty treats after a beautiful day on the trail

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Editor’s Note: Against Long Odds

Crystal Allenton survived domestic abuse and homelessness to earn two college degrees

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Tragedy Not Forgotten

Seattle artists reflect on the 20-year anniversary of 9/11

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Book Excerpt: The Lavender Capital of North America

Summer is lavender season in Sequim. Get to know the truth about this popular herb.

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Seattle Magazine Essentials: Wedding Rings, Canned Wine and Local Art

Check out a roundup of local hidden gems.

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Why Seattle is the Place to be for Film

Carlos Fernandez and Drew Highlands are in the thick of the city's film scene