pandemic

Art in the Age of Covid

Artists persevere despite forced isolation, canceled opportunities

Venerated Seattle fine artists Gloria DeArcangelis struggled to be creatively productive in recent years as she cared for her mother through…

Sean Meyers

Senior Living Communities in a New World

How two senior housing communities navigated the past year

Senior housing communities have been in the news for all the wrong reasons during the past year. A deeper look reveals…

Rob Smith

Pike Place Perseverance

Despite the pandemic, Pike Place has a history of perseverance

This story is featured in the January issue of Seattle magazine. Subscribe here to access the print edition. The Pike…

Rob Smith

Editor’s Note: Gym in a Jam

Like many small businesses, Fremont Health Club is struggling. But it will survive.

This story is featured in the January issue of Seattle magazine. Subscribe here to access the print edition. Like everyone…

Rob Smith

Digitizing the American Dream

Real estate hit the pause button due to the coronavirus pandemic

Georgia Stevens, 2020 president of Seattle King County Realtors

Georgia Stevens

Moving Forward Post-Pandemic

The pandemic is changing how we live and shop. That’s not necessarily a bad thing

Our annual “Best Of”  list looks a little different this year. Sure, readers weighed in on their favorite restaurants, coffee…

Rob Smith

Washington Residents Order More Takeout Than Those in Other States

Bid-on-Equipment found that Washington ranks No. 10 based on Google searches

Washington residents love their takeout. Slightly more than 8% of Google searches in the state have included “takeout” since the…

Nat Rubio-Licht

Stories from Seattle: Practicing Philoxenia on the Front Lines of a Pandemic

A firefighter’s letter to a stranger

As firefighters, we are accustomed to facing fear on a regular basis. But I know of no one accustomed to…

Lance Garland