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NYT Op-ed: Big Beer Is Fighting Back. Beware.

NYT Op-ed: Big Beer Is Fighting Back. Beware.

The Times today published an op-ed laying out small brewers’ fears of what a more powerful Anheuser-Busch InBev could mean for the beer market.

NYT Op-ed: Big Beer Is Fighting Back. Beware.
How to Have an Enchantments-Like Experience Without the Hassle

How to Have an Enchantments-Like Experience Without the Hassle

The cluster of craggy peaks near Leavenworth is indisputably enchanting. But so are these other places.

How to Have an Enchantments-Like Experience Without the Hassle
In National Politics, Native Americans Deserve a Seat, Not a Slur

In National Politics, Native Americans Deserve a Seat, Not a Slur

In Seattle and elsewhere, Native Americans are facing real issues. All Donald Trump wants to talk about is Disney.

In National Politics, Native Americans Deserve a Seat, Not a Slur
Inside the Underhanded Effort to Unseat Craft Beer in Seattle

Inside the Underhanded Effort to Unseat Craft Beer in Seattle

The shady dealings that put your tasty brew on tap.

Inside the Underhanded Effort to Unseat Craft Beer in Seattle
On Delaying Jungle Clearance, Bagshaw Maneuvers Consensus

On Delaying Jungle Clearance, Bagshaw Maneuvers Consensus

The deftly pleasant councilmember has made it a lot harder to evict the Jungle.

On Delaying Jungle Clearance, Bagshaw Maneuvers Consensus
Puget Sound’s Hidden Island Adventures

Puget Sound’s Hidden Island Adventures

Less-traveled Puget Sound islands offer unique excursions away from the teeming tourist crowds.

Puget Sound’s Hidden Island Adventures
Seafood Runs Aground at Ballard’s Chase Lounge

Seafood Runs Aground at Ballard’s Chase Lounge

This new spot yearns to be a pub, but its faux-fancy seafood menu gets in the way.

Seafood Runs Aground at Ballard’s Chase Lounge
Alki Beach. Photo by Alabastro Photography

Seattle’s Top Five Transit-Accessible Summer Spots

Just because you don’t have a car doesn’t mean summer is lost.

Alki Beach. Photo by Alabastro Photography
The Democratizing LEGO Art of Nathan Sawaya

The Democratizing LEGO Art of Nathan Sawaya

The Pacific Science Center’s Art of the Brick exhibit will appeal to anyone who has ever snapped a brick in place.

The Democratizing LEGO Art of Nathan Sawaya
The Duwamish River Reclaims Its Spot as a Summer Destination

The Duwamish River Reclaims Its Spot as a Summer Destination

Shedding its Superfund stigma, the Seattle river is becoming a place of relaxation and recreation.

The Duwamish River Reclaims Its Spot as a Summer Destination
With His Big KEXP Donation, Paul Allen Completes the Station’s Transformation

With His Big KEXP Donation, Paul Allen Completes the Station’s Transformation

Fifteen years ago, the tech billionaire helped chart a new course for the college radio station. Now he’s helping to bring it home.

With His Big KEXP Donation, Paul Allen Completes the Station’s Transformation
Seattle Wants YOU to Pay Less for Utilities

Seattle Wants YOU to Pay Less for Utilities

City leaders want to make it easier for poor families to enroll in the Utilities Discount Program.

Seattle Wants YOU to Pay Less for Utilities
Jungle Sweep Stymied by Council, Advocates

Jungle Sweep Stymied by Council, Advocates

The ACLU threatens to sue, Murray doesn’t like the word ‘sweeps,’ and a camper says clearing the Jungle ‘sounds right.’

Jungle Sweep Stymied by Council, Advocates
Coal Terminal Hearing Pits Labor Against Environment — Again

Coal Terminal Hearing Pits Labor Against Environment — Again

Blue shirts versus red shirts in the final battle.

Coal Terminal Hearing Pits Labor Against Environment — Again
Jarr Bar Brings Seattle a Taste of Europe, Sealed in a Tin

Jarr Bar Brings Seattle a Taste of Europe, Sealed in a Tin

Bryan Jarr’s eponymous downtown spot is the first of its kind in Seattle.

Jarr Bar Brings Seattle a Taste of Europe, Sealed in a Tin
Photo by Jenny Jimenez

Lindy West, Seattleite by Birth and by Choice

The author of Shrill could live wherever she wants. Why choose here?

Photo by Jenny Jimenez
Oliver’s Lounge Marks 40 Years of Cocktails and Culture

Oliver’s Lounge Marks 40 Years of Cocktails and Culture

For four decades, the downtown bar has had a window to a city in flux.

Oliver’s Lounge Marks 40 Years of Cocktails and Culture
The Top Five Northwest Acts You Need to Check Out This Festival Season

The Top Five Northwest Acts You Need to Check Out This Festival Season

DoNormaal, JusMoni, Chanti Darling, The Dip, and Jo Passed.

The Top Five Northwest Acts You Need to Check Out This Festival Season
The Complete Cascadian Summer Music Festival Guide

The Complete Cascadian Summer Music Festival Guide

All the music your sunburnt face can handle.

The Complete Cascadian Summer Music Festival Guide
The Best Local Records We Heard This May

The Best Local Records We Heard This May

Despite the onslaught of sad news this month, the local scene kept pumping out gold nuggets.

The Best Local Records We Heard This May