March 2019


A Bold New Waterfront Is Coming to Seattle Soon

After more than 65 years of being cut off from downtown Seattle, a new waterfront is set to unfurl, dramatically changing the city’s landscape

This article appears in print in the March 2019 issue and is part of our Seattle Waterfront feature. See PDF version of waterfront map here. Click here to subscribe. Seattle’s new downtown waterfront—a combination of projects so monumental in their collective scope that it’s hard to think of them as a single program—is finally coming into view. Squint just…


A New Seawall Anchors Seattle’s Waterfront

The new, eco-conscious seawall is the foundation of the waterfront’s future

UP CLOSE: In the future, Friends of Waterfront Seattle plans to offer public kayak tours of the seawall, pictured here


15 Best Things To Do in Seattle in March 2019

Our hand-picked list of best bets for entertainment this month

Dance ensemble A.I.M. performing “Drive”


How Seattle’s Waterfront Plan Took Shape

See Seattle waterfront's milestones

This article appears in print in the March 2019 issue and is part of our Seattle Waterfront feature. Click here to subscribe. 2001February: Nisqually Earthquake occurs and damages the State Route 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct 2009January: City, county and state governments agree to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct with a tunnel December: City forms Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee 2010September:…


Brighten Your Cloudy PNW Spring With This Luminous Chandelier

A brilliant chandelier to brighten any room

BRIGHT SPOT: The Rameau circular chandelier features brass pendants, each with four lights


This Bellevue Steakhouse Wows With Soaring City-Views

From its lofty perch, a Bellevue restaurant wows with spectacle and steaks

ROOM WITH A VIEW: The main dining room, overlooking Seattle in the distance, sits below hanging tree roots, representative of the five kinds of wood used to grill meat at Ascend


Spring Arts Preview: The Top Shows, Events and Exhibits of the Season

Pull out your calendar; it’s time to pencil in the season’s top performances, shows and concerts you won’t want to miss

Jeffrey Gibson’s 2014 mixed media sculpture, “Like a Hammer”


Peek Inside the Impressive Amount of New and Reopened Venues Across the City

Spring is the season of new beginnings, a budding promise that rings especially true this arts season with a handful of highly anticipated venue openings and reopenings, each rolling out dynamic programming, performances and refreshed purpose

S. Surface, Office of Arts & Culture King Street Station Program Lead (seated) and Asia Tail, one of three curators for the opening exhibit; photographed at the gallery, still under construction, in January


A New Ballard Vegan Joint Pays Tribute to the Potato

A temple to the humble spud takes root in Ballard

LOCK AND LOAD: There’s actually a potato (frequently paired with chili, above) under all these plant-based toppings

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