September 2015

Hit the Town: Best Places for a Great Night Out in Seattle

Plan your best night ever with our evening playbook--there's something for everyone

Calling all first-date flirters, karaoke kings and queens and tranquility seekers—the sun has set and this is your invitation to…

Patrick Knowles with Sheila Cain and Rachel Hart; additional reporting by Ryan Kindel, Madeline Lootens and Evan Webeck

Interesting New Dome Structure at Westlake Park

A 40-foot igloo-like structure will be unveiled at Westlake Park this month, but what exactly is it?

You never know what you’ll find at Westlake Park—a protest, a preacher, a person you wish would stop playing bagpipes….

Seattle Mag

Our Picks for What to See and Do This Fall

The local visual arts, performance and music scene is revved up and ready to rock your world

From dance about Carl Sagan to photography about the black experience to theater about The Simpsons, this season’s lineup isn’t…

Seattle Mag

Capitol Hill Goes Green with New Eco-Friendly Town Houses

To see how these Capitol Hill homes are cleaning the city—just look up!

With iron gray siding and ultramodern facades, the three town houses on 18th Avenue and E Spring Street, designed by…

Jennifer McCullum

New Jazz Album Inspired by Richard Hugo’s Poems

The jazz composer pays tribute to the Northwest poet

Wayne Horvitz turns 60 this month, and he’s celebrating the way any jazz musician worth his salt would—by playing an…

Seattle Mag

Methow Valley’s Lynx Vilden Finds Solace in Prehistoric Practices

Going beyond digital-detox camps and foraged-food cookbooks

Lynx Vilden walks down a dusty trail through a field of shrub and balsamroot. She wears a vest and shorts…

Lisa Wogan