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Champagne, Step Aside

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

It’s alive, almost electric. Bubbly and swirling with an effervescent zip. Rather excitable when exposed to a gust of fresh…

Aimee Rizzo

Backstory: The Right Note

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

A new public art installation throughout Vulcan Real Estate’s Jackson Apartments on South Jackson Street between 23rd and 25th Avenues celebrates…

Rob Smith

The Skyline, the Sun and the Spam

Marination Ma Kai’s waterfront patio triumphantly returns

There are certain summertime experiences that perpetually reaffirm my decision to move to the Pacific Northwest from New York. I’m talking about…

Aimee Rizzo

Meet the Ice Man, Michael Del Mundo

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

Shave ice — literally and figuratively one of the coolest inventions of all time — seems simple in concept, but certainly didn’t…

Stefanie Ellis

AIA Seattle Home of Distinction: Thinking Big to go Small

Architect, homeowners overcome sizable challenges

Pullman residents Iris and Mark Lange purchased a century-old Green Lake farmhouse in 2014 as a possible residence for a son…

Sean Meyers

Dishing on Dinner Parties

Chef John Howie lays out a plan for that perfect party

John Howie, owner and operator of Beardslee Public House & Brewery, John Howie Steak, Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar, Wildwood

Rob Smith