The October 2018 Issue

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Meet the Man Building a Local Media Empire in South King County

In South King County, one man unexpectedly has found that focusing on local news is good news

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Cocktail of the Month: A Perfect Drink for Fall at Black Cat Bar in Belltown

Calvados brandy provides the base for a cocktail that sings a delicious seasonal song

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Your Seattle-Specific Earthquake Kit: Bourbon, Chocolate and Other Necessities

Quick tips you might not have thought of for surviving the Pacific Northwest’s dreaded natural disaster

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With Mount Baker’s New Historic Status, What Lessons Can This Neighborhood Teach Us?

Knute Berger remembers his family’s Mount Baker neighborhood from long before it was designated a historic place

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Seattle’s Story Told in Flannel, Ferries and Flood Lines

A new book presents Seattle’s history through engaging infographics

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Why This Seattle Man Wants You to Talk About Death

Michael Hebb invites you to dinner, served alongside a conversation about death

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This Is the Best New Fish and Chips Spot in the Seattle Area

An Edmonds fishmonger may be serving the area’s best fish and chips

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A Seattle-Area Spa Is Now Offering Light Therapy

Bellevue-based Seattle Sun Light Spa has a few illuminating treatments

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In West Seattle’s Delridge Neighborhood, History Has an Enduring Hold

The sixth installment in the Neighborhood Walk series

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How the Denny Substation Will Help Supply Seattle’s Growing Need for Power While Also Fueling Community

The new electric hub is set to open Oct. 6

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These Escape Rooms Get Spooky for Halloween

Frights abound at haunted escape rooms

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A New Owner Retains an Everett Café’s Eastern European Roots

Plus: See the recipe for Piroshky & Crepes' borsch soup