These Grab-and-Go Dishes Are Surprisingly Satisfying
Snagging one of these on-the-fly meals won't leave you disappointed in a pinch.
Let’s face it: There are times when having time to grab a premade wrap or a sandwich from a deli case feels like winning the lottery. You’re lucky to have lunch at all, so you’d probably eat anything. Yet, wouldn’t it be nice if you knew which sandwiches to grab before going? Molly’sMolly’s sandwiches and…
Spendier Takeout Worth Setting the Table For
Break out the good china—this takeout isn’t cheap, but it’s almost as good as if you ate it in the restaurant, and you don’t have to dress up.
Din Tai FungWant to know a little secret? You can skip the hourlong lines at this Taiwanese dumpling house by ordering to go. We wouldn’t recommend its signature xiao long bao (soup dumplings) or pot stickers because they’re best eaten immediately, but the pork chop fried rice ($10.50–$11.50), excellent garlic green beans ($9.50) and any…
Most Influential Seattleites of 2017: Rick Horwitz
Seattle Magazine presents the Most Influential Seattleites of 2017.
Rick Horwitz, center, promotes scientific collaboration in his role as executive director at the Allen Institute for Cell Science. Photographed on August 31 at the Institute’s South Lake Union offices.
Entertaining Guru Builds VRBO Dinner Party Palace in Walla Walla
Kelley Moore creates a retreat for friends in Washington's wine capital.
A bust of Marie Antoinette stands against lavish hand block printed wallpaper from London-based Cole & Son in the main entry of Kelley Moore’s remodeled 1905 Dutch Colonial retreat in Walla Walla.
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Artifacts: Reliving Almost Live!
On the air with John Keister
Once upon a time, during the halcyon days of network television, a Saturday night staple for many area residents was a Seattle sketch comedy show that aired on KING-5. Taped in front of a live audience, each episode began with the host delivering his opening monologue. As he walked out onstage, an “On Air” sign…
Essentials: Brinnon teacher chosen for Scholastic project
Kindergarten teacher chosen to participate in national project
A kindergarten teacher at Jefferson County’s Brinnon School will help shape the professional development of teachers across the United States. Lisa A. Johnston is among 12 teachers from around the country chosen to participate in the inaugural Teacher Fellows Cohort from children’s publishing, education, and media company Scholastic. The effort will help inform product development,…