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This Anacortes Nonprofit Makes Custom Prosthetics From Ocean Plastic

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

COOL DIGITS: Million Waves Project recipient Abbey shows off her new hand, specifically made for her in custom colors

Alanna Wight

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

SPLISH SPLASH: With a yearly average of 152 days of rain, it’s important to know the rules of the road

Beau Iverson

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

There’s more than football to this college town

SIMPLE PLEASURES: The Cordova Theatre is part of the self-guided historic walking tour

Alanna Wight

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

JUST LIKE HOME: Blu Dot’s Capitol Hill showroom boasts original, modern pieces from bedroom sets to storage solutions, plus a

Alanna Wight

Forage for These Underrated Mushrooms on Your Next Hiking Trip

Got milk caps? Seek out these underappreciated wild mushrooms

Milk caps are identified by their orange color and well-defined gills

Langdon Cook

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'”

This article appears in print in the November 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Shamim Momin arrives at a time when many artists,…

Gavin Borchert