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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

Fashion: Quiet the Wild

Layer up and enjoy the beauty of Seattle outdoors

Created by Andrew Burkhardt | Styled by Michele Andrews

Andrew Burkhardt and Michele Andrews

One Couple’s Kitchen Quest

Living in the backyard. Climbing through windows. Here’s how one family made it work.

The idea to remodel their 1929 kitchen floated on the fringes of the imaginations of Nick O’Connell and Lisa Sowder…

Sonia Krishnan

AIA Home of Distinction: Harmony with History

A creative remodel of an historic capitol hill condo results in a peaceful and intimate setting where old-world luxury meets a book lover’s retreat

Imagine owning enough books to fill Portland’s famous Powell’s Books and having to boil down your collection to a single…

Sean Meyers

Julie Stein and the Burke Museum. A Natural History Evolution.

Julie Stein calls it a career after launching the new Burke

In a distinguished career as a professor of geoarchaeology at the University of Washington and a three-decade stint at Seattle’s…

Rob Smith