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The ‘Farmer Florist’ is the Northwest’s Newest Bumper Crop

The region's new wave of flower growers cultivate bountiful blooms from seed to vase.

Sarah Pabody gathers flowers from her Triple Wren Farms in Ferndale, many of which are sold wholesale.

Kate Calamusa

Tumultuous Capitol Hill Neighborhood is a Beacon of Change

Walking through one of Seattle's oldest 'hoods, Steve Scher discovers that while the future looms in every direction, each step takes you through the past.

The Rainier Chapter House of the Daughters was modeled after Mount Vernon.

Steve Scher

Circus Therapy Pioneer Finds Power in the Trapeze

Amber Parker takes a swing at mental health support via acrobatics.

Amber Parker coaches acrobats with unique challenges in the circus arts as a form of behavioral therapy.

Callie Little

In Capitol Hill, Star Chef Does High-End Pizza for the People

Pizzas with foraged morels and chickpea pesto? Not surprisingly, when John Sundstrom is involved, it works.

John Sundstrom’s Title Fight pizza (wild mushrooms, lardo, roasted garlic, thyme and arugula) from his new Capitol Hill spot.

Chelsea Lin

A Beautiful Love Letter to the Alaskan Way Viaduct

With the viaduct's days numbered, local artist Paul Komada creates a multimedia homage.

Gallery4Culture hosts Paul Komada's latest exhibition.

D. Scully

It Took a Village, But Copal in Pioneer Square is an All-Day Fiesta

A team of industry vets reinvents the former Bar Sajor.

Copal’s bright interior.

Chelsea Lin