The November 2018 Issue


New Capitol Hill Spot Takes Szechuan Cuisine to the Next Level

For tongue-tingling Szechuan, head to this new Capitol Hill eatery


Stylish Boots for the Rainy Season

These boots are functional and fashionable


Pre Fab Home Plans Make Building Your Dream Home Easier

Building a home? These predesigned plans could save you money and heartache


The Chef in the Hat’s Latest Project? Perfume

The Chef in the Hat adds the role of perfumer to his résumé


Ethan Stowell Continues to Build his Restaurant Empire with These Two New Spots

Ethan Stowell adds two new—and very different—restaurants to his domain


This Seattle Bathroom Remodel Takes an Old-School Approach

A Queen Anne fashion writer mixes patterns to create a bathroom imbued with old Hollywood glamour


This Anacortes Nonprofit Makes Custom Prosthetics From Ocean Plastic

An Anacortes couple designs prosthetics from ocean plastic using a 3-D printer

Abstract blurred background of traffic jam on heavy rain

The Art of Driving in the Seattle Rain

As the soggy season returns, a few tips on how to safely navigate the city’s roadways


Road Trip: Heading to the Apple Cup? Explore Pullman’s On- and Off-Campus Treasures

There’s more than football to this college town


Furniture Chain Blu Dot Finds a Home in Seattle

The store bears the hallmark of a 60-foot custom collage installation, designed by Blu Dot’s visual team for the Seattle location


Forage for These Underrated Mushrooms on Your Next Hiking Trip

Got milk caps? Seek out these underappreciated wild mushrooms


Henry Art Gallery’s New Senior Curator on the Role of Art in Challenging Times

Her first installation, Edgar Arceneaux’s "Library of Black Lies," explores "how history is constructed—for and by whom—and the multiplicity of 'truth'”