Food We Love: The Best Puerto Rican Sandwich in Seattle
This flavorful gluten-free sandwich uses flattened, fried plantains in place of a bun
This article appears in print in the October 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe. Editor’s note: This establishment closed on October 6, 2019. Years ago, on a whirlwind trip to chicago that involved a punishing quantity of dining R&D, I fell in love with the jibarito: a Puerto Rican sandwich that uses smashed, fried plantains in place of…
Kirkland-based Company Helps You Glamp in Style
Camp off the beaten path in comfort
This article appears in print in the October 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe. If you love spending the night in a wild and beautiful natural environment, but hate the idea of roughing it in a tent, start-up Roam Beyond’s “glamping” concept just might be for you. The Kirkland-based travel business sets up specially chosen natural sites with…
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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,…