March 2018

Eat Your Weeds: Forage For Dandelions and Make Some Heavenly Jelly

Look no farther than your backyard for some tasty dandelion blossoms

This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. When a curious would-be forager asks me for…

Langdon Cook

Try Hummus Every Which Way at Capitol Hill’s Aviv Hummus Bar

Seattle finally learns what Israel has known all along: Hummus is awesome

Aviv is best experienced by trying a few bites of every dish on the short menu

Chelsea Lin

This Pinterest-Worthy Pop-Up Barn Is Perfect For Parties

Next time you’re throwing a party, try a barn raising

This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Coming soon to a field near you, Kelsey…

Kate Calamusa

Less Is More: For Creative Powerhouse Ava J. Holmes, Conservation Is Her Fashion Passion

The cofounder of Fashion for Conservation combines her love of fashion and the outdoors

This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Country Meets CityA love of the outdoors and…

Nia Martin

AIA Home of Distinction: A Seattle Architect Takes On the Tiny-Home Challenge

In a Seattle tiny house village, two shelters work together to offer more than just a place to call home

The two-unit Parabay Home, located in Nickelsville Georgetown, is designed for a family with kids in one unit and adults

Nia Martin

3 Questions With A Scandinavian Furniture Purveyor on Seattle’s Hygge Moment

The Skaaning brothers know their way around hygge

The Imola chair from BoConcept makes for a a cozy reading corner

Nia Martin