Once One of Seattle’s Highest Crime Areas, High Point Has Transformed Into a Thriving, Diverse Community
When West Seattle’s low-income High Point neighborhood was redeveloped more than a decade ago, it was a bold experiment to create a thriving neighborhood of residents from different income and demographic backgrounds.
High Point, on the southeast edge of West Seattle, offers residents plenty of room to roam outdoors with pathways and parks located throughout the planned community.
Inside a Local Design Star’s Southwest-Inspired Mountlake Terrace Home
When it comes to the rooms we live in, mindful design choices can reveal a lot about us, says Moorea Seal, whose home decor book recently debuted.
Moorea Seal lounges on the sofa with golden retriever, Lemon, surrounded by decor items that show her appreciation for nature, heritage and ethically made wares.
These New-School Pantsuits Aren’t Your Mother’s Office Wear
Taking a cue from designer collections, pop culture and Seattle’s ambitious and entrepreneurial women, modern pantsuits are bold, powerful and anything but matchy-matchy.
The Row “Pamie” coat in neutral, $4,350; Majestic Paris sleeveless turtleneck in ivory, $120; Narciso Rodriguez pants in beige, $1,095; Alexis Bittar multi-stone necklace, $695—all from Neiman Marcus.
Ramshackle Wallingford Bungalow Gets a Stylish Overhaul
Twin sisters choose a simpler life in the city and get a major upgrade when they downsize.
An eye-catching island is the statement piece of the kitchen/dining/living space in this Wallingford bungalow. Remodeled by J.A.S. Design Build for retired sisters Mary Speckart and Melinda Lloyd, the pair wanted to downsize from their two separate reside
Seattle Doctor Reveals the Secrets to Aging Well
In his new book, Eric Larson shows how to age well without a pill.
Eric Larson is bully on aging. Larson, a Seattle-based physician and aging expert at Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute, says a better old age is within reach for many of us, and not because of some antiaging pill. Instead, Larson says, his research has taught him that resilience—which he defines as “the capacity to…
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Arts: Stevie Shao
The Seattle muralist and illustrator understands the power of public art
Stevie Shao is one of Seattle’s 25 most influential people reshaping our region. #mostinfluential When the Covid-19 pandemic started, Stevie Shao had never painted a mural. By the time Washington state lifted its lockdown order 15 months later, Shao had become one of the most in-demand public artists and illustrators in Seattle. What started as…
The Art of Weathering Winter: What “Self-Care” Really Is (and Isn’t)
How to cultivate more community, according to author Angela Garbes & State Representative Darya Farivar
The term “self-care” has become so overused that its meaning can be bent to almost any purpose. Is it indulging in a cocktail or abstaining from booze? Is it splurging on a skincare product or making peace with fine lines? Some have begun to use the term “community care” to refer to a commitment toward…