Jacob Uitti

For Local Breweries and Bars, Summer Can Spell Trouble

Here is how they keep that refreshing beer from turning warm and foamy.

Pickwick on the Edge

The Seattle band’s new album, “LoveJoys,” emerged as a creative purging of personal anxiety.

The Euphoria and Sorrow of Naomi Wachira’s ‘Song of Lament’

The Seattle singer-songwriter’s new album was born “effortlessly” of a “spiritual experience.”

Two Years After Selling to Anheuser-Busch, Elysian Soldiers On

Numerous remodels and national distribution are in the near future.

A Beer Mystery in Pioneer Square

In its latest production, Cafe Nordo offers up just what the beer drinker should be looking for.

Seattle’s Free Community-Based Festivals Are Wrestling With a Cash-Strapped Future

With mounting expenses, Folklife and Block Party at the Station wonder if they can go on.

Seven Days of Suds and Fun

Seattle Beer Week has become a family reunion of brewers—but strangers are more than welcome.

The Eastlake Zoo Is a Game Bar Like No Other

Well-worn, the longtime tavern is expansively cozy and a hell of a lot of fun.

Blue Moon Celebrates 83 Years of Community, Beer, and Song

The U Distric bar is old, but it’s still got it.

With Millions of Records Sold, Bellingham’s Soundings of the Planet Are New Age’s Old Pros

After surviving the rocky MP3 era, they’ve found even more success in the world of digital streaming.

The Hows and Whys of Hops

You’re going to drink it. You may as well know something about it.

How to Start a Bargument

Nothing to talk about while enjoying a beer after a long day? Here are some suggestions.

This Seattle-Based Startup Looks to Capitalize on #DeleteUber

The rideshare app Moovn comes with a humanitarian credo its founder hopes will resonate with customers.

The Beers of Bothell

Three different locales offer three distinct experiences.

Floating Bridge Brings a Buoyant Vibe to the U District

The brewery brightens a corner with big windows and tasty brews.

Violin Virtuoso Andrew Joslyn’s Serene Debut LP Was Born of Chaos

Through a fire, ‘At the Bottom of the Ocean.’

An Ancient Chinese Beer on Tap in Seattle

Lucky Envelope Brewing celebrates the new year with a really old beer.

The Station, a Beacon Hill Icon, Gets a Big Upgrade

The cafe and de facto community gathering spot is opening its new, doubly large location this weekend.

Meet Jamil Suleman, a.k.a. Jesus, the Muslim Man Bringing a Message of Peace to Seattle

“Folks who probably wouldn’t have liked me before love me when I’m Jesus.”