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One Family Looks to Bring Brazil’s Hospitality and Pastries to Seattle

Kitanda uses Brazilian traditions as its foundation, tweaking them to appeal to new audiences

Erica Bueno's family runs five locations of Kitanda, a casual cafe with Brazilian influence

Naomi Tomky

Local Style Icon Anthony Tippins Shares His Keys to Success

A longtime fixture in the Seattle fashion scene, Anthony Tippins proves that refined elegance is always in style

This article appears in print in the October 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe. It’s hard to miss Anthony Tippins, a statuesque former…

Andrew Hoge

The Best Gear to Keep You Dry During Seattle’s Long Rainy Season

According to an old Scandinavian saying, ‘There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothes.’ We agree—invest in a few stylish, functional waterproof garments and gear and you’ll be set through the next eight months of unpredictable rain

This article appears in print in the October 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe. 1. Helly Hansen Verglas 3L shell jacket. This three-layer…

Hilary Meyerson

New Book ‘Be an InventHer’ Advises Women How to Make Their Ideas a Reality

A Q&A with the local authors about the entrepreneurial guide

This article appears in print in the October 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe. “Why not you?” ask authors Mina Yoo and Hilary…

Lauren Alexander

The Best PNW Fall Road Trips

Explore hidden gems this season from the Cascades to the Oregon Coast

Fall colors and a view of Oregon's Mount Hood

Danielle Centoni, Jenny Cunningham, Chelsea Lin, Hilary Meyerson, Chris Robinson and Virginia Smyth

There’s More to PNW’s Sky-high Aviation History Than Just Boeing

Seattleites have been looking to the skies to innovate since the Klondike Gold Rush—Knute Berger explores our deep aviation roots

There were numerous attempts to invent flying objects, which coincided with UFO sightings in the late 1890s

Knute Berger