June 2017

Redmond High Schooler Wants to Make Seawater Drinkable For Millions

Redmond High Schooler Wants to Make Seawater Drinkable For Millions

By 10th grade, Apoorv Khandelwal was trying to change the world.

Apoorv Khandelwal's ingenious invention takes the salt out of saltwater.

See Movies in Style at These Top Theaters

See Movies in Style at These Top Theaters

Don't settle for the sticky-floored theaters with uncomfortable seats.

The Cinerama has plush, reclining seats—and chocolate popcorn.

Why Can't Seattle be More Welcoming to Tourists?

Why Can’t Seattle be More Welcoming to Tourists?

A little effort (on both sides) would go a long way.

I-5 signs through downtown can confuse tourists and locals alike

Seattle Theater Hopes for Another Broadway Hit

Seattle Theater Hopes for Another Broadway Hit

This weekend marks the world premiere of "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion the Musical."

The 5th Avenue Theatre has sent nine plays to Broadway, scoring 15 Tony Awards.

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Food and Drink

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Food and Drink

Don't waste a precious weekend with our summer guide.

Sink into a chair at Westward and watch the boats go by.

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Music, Arts and Museums

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Music, Arts and Museums

Don't waste a precious weekend with our summer guide.

Watch the summer unfurl at Movies@Marymoor

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Shopping

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Shopping

Don't waste a precious weekend with our summer guide.

Check out the rest of our Seattle summer guide here. Buy Hand Shop LocalWith so many startups in town, it’s no big surprise that Seattle loves supporting its creative, DIY community. Urban Craft Uprising is the headliner when it comes to local curated craft fairs. With goods ranging from apparel and toys to art and…

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Outside Adventures

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Outside Adventures

Don't waste a precious weekend with our summer guide.

Check out the rest of our Seattle summer guide here. Garden Zen For The NewcomerLet the meticulous arrangements of flora, water and rock soothe your soul at the picturesque Seattle Japanese Garden, a 3.5-acre spot on the south end of the (also lovely) Washington Park Arboretum. Even better, make a reservation to experience chado, a traditional…

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Hit the Water

Seattle Summer Guide 2017: Hit the Water

Don't waste a precious weekend with our summer guide.

Check out the rest of our Seattle summer guide here. Paddle Upstream Maiden VoyageHead to Agua Verde Café and Paddle Club and rent a paddleboard or kayak for a classic Lake Union adventure, offering striking city views as well as a close-up look at charming houseboats and glass artist Dale Chihuly’s studio (on the north end of Lake…

Neither Liberals nor Rural Southerners are Safe in Hilarious New Book-It Play

Neither Liberals nor Rural Southerners are Safe in Hilarious New Book-It Play

The adaptation of an acclaimed novel tackles America's sordid racial history.

Daemond Arrindell (right) and Josh Aaseng bring the college kids of "Welcome to Braggsville" to Book-It's stage.

Once Again, Seattle has the Handsomest Men

Once Again, Seattle has the Handsomest Men

Seattle men spend roughly $682 per year on personal grooming.

Lookin' good, fellas.

Plan the Perfect Vashon Island Getaway

Plan the Perfect Vashon Island Getaway

Eat farm fresh and crash at a historic lighthouse.

Point Robinson Lighthouse