March/April 2022

Publisher’s Note: A Different Seattle Nice

Launching a new era of kindness and respect

Hey! Who Killed Nice? And for that matter, has anyone seen Civility, Kindness and Manners? I jest, of course, but I…

Jonathan Sposato

Letter to Seattle: A Lasting Influence

‘I would like to pay homage to you all who have set such an extraordinary example’

Letter to Seattle is a new feature highlighting the good deeds and positive experiences in our region. This is a…

Myron Curry

Mayor Bruce Harrell: Can He Save Our City?

New Mayor Bruce Harrell has an almost singular focus on uniting deep divisions within Seattle

“If there’s one thing I believe in, it is that there’s ‘one’ Seattle. in ‘one’ Seattle, we put in the…

Chris S. Nishiwaki and Rob Smith

Seattle’s Mushroom Queen

First, it was a cupcake empire and cannabis edibles.
Now, Jody Hall is focused on liquid mushrooms.

If there’s a trendy new culinary craze in Seattle, chances are Jody Hall is behind it. Hall, of course, founded…

Stefanie Ellis

Books: ‘Seattle’s Streetcar Era’

Riding a streetcar in the 1930s was nothing like today

Seattle has a mixed history with transportation solutions. A new book, “Seattle’s Streetcar Era, An Illustrated History, 1884-1941,” details almost…

Seattle Mag

Quiet the Wild

Layer up and enjoy the beauty of an unpredictable Seattle Spring

Lily wears 1960’s Cardigan From Token Vintage, Checkered Coat By Bogey Boys, Long Wide Scarf By Lita By Ciara, Trail…

Andrew Burkhardt and Michele Andrews