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The Can Can’s bulgogi pork with kimchi. Photo courtesy of Chris Pink

Best Thing I Ate This Month: Can Can’s Bulgogi Pork With Kimchi

Theater in historic Pike Place Market also has some of Seattle’s best burlesque performances

 

Celebrate Black History Month With Seattle Chef Edouardo Jordan

Honest representation in the kitchen is key for the James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur.

 

The Gerald’s PJ&B Grilled Cheese Is the Best Thing I Ate All Month

I’ve been lucky enough to live in Seattle for 12 years. And in that span, I’ve been to Ballard approximately a bajillion times. But never… Continue reading

 

On Being Trans: J Mase III Creates a Space to Feel Welcome

The Seattle artist hosts a three-day event at Gay City.

Mala kotteri and gyoza at Ooink in Seattle. Photo courtesy of Ooink

The 9 Best Soups for Surviving Winter in Seattle

From pho to clam chowder, the Emerald City has you covered

Mala kotteri and gyoza at Ooink in Seattle. Photo courtesy of Ooink

Travis Thompson’s Ride From Burien to the “Corner Store” and Beyond

The local hip-hop up-and-comer and Macklemore protege readies to headline The Showbox.

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Columbia City’s Tasty Charm

Diverse eateries give changing neighborhood its flavor

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Who Serves Seattle’s Best Tacos?

Five places to satisfy your craving for Mexican food in the Emerald City.

Blues Traveler Still Giving the Run-Around

Now-local John Popper marks the 25th anniversary of his band’s big break.

The Rise of Maillard Browned Pan Pizza in Seattle

Satisfy your love of deep-dish without a knife and fork.

Poutine Rules at Seattle’s Best Hockey Bar

After the explosion, Tim Pipes nearly threw in the towel. Then, a month later, he was robbed. Pipes has also undergone spinal fusion surgery and… Continue reading

Top 12 Spots for Cheese Addicts in Seattle

You might say I’m something of an Emerald City cheese expert.

Valtesse doesn’t mess around with its elaborate cabaret style. Photo by Jules Doyle

Valtesse’s Art of the Tease

The new female-driven cabaret company strives for a noir cinematic sophistication.

Valtesse doesn’t mess around with its elaborate cabaret style. Photo by Jules Doyle

Best of Seattle 2018: Food & Drink

Best Bar + Best Brewery + Best Happy Hour Redhook Brewlab Founded in 1981, just three years after then-President Carter legalized home brewing, Redhook’s craft-brewing… Continue reading

Path of the Storm

Freed from past mental weights, Breanna Stewart is setting the tone for the WNBA-leading Seattle Storm.

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Memories of Prides Past

We caught up with some notable locals to reminisce about their favorite moments from the festivities.

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Forging the Cultural Future of Northwest Folklife Festival

New Folklife managing director Reese Tanimura chats about the present and future of the annual Seattle Center celebration.

Chef Daniel Cox shows off the urban garden on top of Quality Athletics. Photo by Morgen Schuler

Roof-to-Table

Seattle restaurants spice up their menus by adding fresh ingredients grown in their own gardens.

Chef Daniel Cox shows off the urban garden on top of Quality Athletics. Photo by Morgen Schuler
The Moondoggies is a hoot. Photo by Jason Neuerburg

The Moondoggies Push Against Rock Escapism with ‘A Love Sleeps Deep’

Frontman Kevin Murphy discusses how drastic life changes reshaped the local band’s outlook and sound.

The Moondoggies is a hoot. Photo by Jason Neuerburg
Evan Flory-Barnes (center) preps for On Loving the Muse and Family with his therapist. Photo by Shasta Bree

Working It Out

Evan Flory-Barnes is finally stepping into the theatrical spotlight. All it took was some therapy.

Evan Flory-Barnes (center) preps for On Loving the Muse and Family with his therapist. Photo by Shasta Bree