November 2019

From this Issue

From wallpaper to fabrics, Guesthouse helps you add the perfect pop of color to your space

'Seattle at 150: Stories of the City Through 150 Objects from the Seattle Municipal Archives' highlights the big moments in our city's history

Whether you are cozying up at home or gliding into fall’s cool embrace, these layering essentials will keep you warm all season long

This year, set your holiday table with Washington sparkling wine

Nothing says classic Seattle like a Craftsman in Queen Anne, Phinney Ridge or Wallingford

Chef Brian Clevenger’s sixth restaurant emphasizes protein-rich entrées while still serving the pasta his fans have come to love

Find museum-quality lighting in this new line from a local glass artist

Twenty years after the WTO demonstrations, Knute Berger looks at how the far right came out ahead

Meet this year’s class of our Most Influential People: 35 Seattleites who are altering the fabric of our city

As a reporter on the aerospace beat, Gates extensively covers the Boeing 737 MAX crisis

After buying the family home, a young couple reimagines its interiors to make room for more memories

From climate change to police accountability, these four public officials are bring important issues to the spotlight

Spade's company will be doing the composting work once the Washington state human composting law goes into effect in May 2020

This science-backed cosmetics line wants consumers to know the function of every ingredient in its products

On top of her Grammy wins, Carlile is the cofounder of the Looking Out Foundation, which funds humanitarian causes

The Creative Advantage has doubled the number of music and visual arts programs in Seattle elementary schools

An import from Australia brings trendy new home pieces to the region at nicely affordable prices

During his five-year tenure, Lang helped grow the opera's audience, especially with younger crowds

The new facility serves as a traditional food bank but looks like a grocery store

In addition, her Visionary Justice StoryLab earned Vernon a fellowship from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

Thick slices of Japanese milk bread act as the perfect vehicle for this stellar jam

Satpreet Kahlon, Tracy Rector and Asia Tail have created an exhibit to recognize the work of Northwest indigenous artists

Twenty-seven years after becoming a leader at the Bullitt Foundation, environmental activist Denis Hayes is stepping down

The task force includes local scientists, government officials and leaders of indigenous communities

During Norwalk's tenure, the region has consistently set annual records for tourism and spending

Franz secured $50 million from the legislature this year to fund fire prevention efforts

The founder of the organization Gender Diversity begins a new project with TransFamilies

Spaceflight will have overseen some 23 rocket launches ferrying 226 satellites into Earth’s orbit or beyond by year’s end

'We wanted to create a model for urban living, where we have potentially six homes: three townhomes and then the three Airbnb or mother-in-law units'

This year, Smith pledged $500 million to be spent on increasing affordable housing in Seattle

After opening their first Evergreens in 2013, the two now own 30 locations

Toering's black-led Giving Project has raised more than $370,000 from 240 donors to boost black-led organizations

Neitzel launched a pay transparency initiative for all employees of Molly Moon's

In her first cookbook, Seattle magazine contributor Naomi Tomky proffers a complete guide to preparing—and understanding—the region’s bounty of fresh seafood

Garrett has been challenging gentrification and advocating for affordable housing and spaces for black-owned businesses

According to Aura Aura's owners, the '70s-era camera technology converts a person's energy to color, which shows up on the portrait as a sort of rainbow-hued halo

Sightline Institute has produced some of the most important writings on the region’s housing shortage

These 13 visionaries have big things on the horizon

In today’s dining scene, it’s hard to keep up with restaurant openings. But it’s our job (and our pleasure) to do just that. Here are a few new places worth checking out

Commissioned by SAM, the new piece is a 6-by-19-foot watercolor mural condensing a Haida folktale into one immense color-drenched panel

A handy guide to navigating a newly redesigned Seattle-Tacoma International Airport—and all its new restaurants—like a Million Miler

Local historian Jennifer Ott explores Seattle’s Olmsted-influenced parks, boulevards and green spaces in her new book

Our handpicked list of the best bets for entertainment this month

Two Seattle City Council members are fighting for family-friendly policies

Art, good food and cozy adventures are just a ferry ride away

Here are the six individuals chosen by the local online news outlet for their leadership and altruism