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Seattle transit moves through the driven snow, through the years

Trolleys and buses make their way down snowy University Way, in 1937 and 2019.
Tags: News, Life, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, University Way


One of Capitol Hill’s best happy hours just got better. Also, here are five others to hit

Poppy, one of Seattle's best vegetarian happy hours, now runs bar discounts all night. The list of happy-hour places to try also includes Queen Anne Beerhall, Feed Co. Burgers and Moon Tree Sushi and Tapas.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Capitol Hill, Seattle, Queen Anne Beerhall Feed Co Burgers


How to Wear Spring Looks in Cold Weather

In Seattle, Spring weather is variable at best. There are some sunny and mild days, but generally things don’t warm up till May or June. It can snow in March, and perpetual rain and grey skies are guaranteed. In fact, Spring is colder than Autumn. And since the wet cold is worse than the dry cold, it feels chilly around here for a long, long time. This can put a damper on your Spring style. I’ve learned to dress more Spring-like in Winter weather, despite the cold and wet. Of course, feel free t...
Tags: Fashion, Salt Lake City, Park City, Seattle, Sorel, Sperry, Boden, Laura Mercier, Seattle Spring, Spring 2019, Metallic Footwear Metallic


The abundant alders and maples at Discovery Park speak to an ecological succession worth discovering

You can really see the forest through the trees at Seattle’s largest park, a prime site for natural history and plant-watching.
Tags: Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, Discovery Park


The 4 latest Seattle restaurant closures — plus 3 switcheroos

Ballard Pizza Company in South Lake Union, Aoki, Kanak and Elysian Tangletown are no more — but plenty of new places are opening, while other spots undergo reinvention.
Tags: Business, News, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle, Local Business


A famous Korean fried chicken chain hits Seattle — with long lines. Can’t wait? Here are 43 other new openings to check out

The hot new restaurant opening this month is a Korean fried chicken chain on First Hill. Expect long lines. Plus, an all-you-can-eat-sushi spot opens in the northend.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle, First Hill Expect


Get ready, Kirkland: Shake Shack is officially coming to the Eastside

Shake Shack made its Seattle debut last year to much fanfare. By fall, Shake Shack will bring its signature burgers and crinkle-cut fries to the Eastside.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle, Shake Shack


Seattle-area forecast: Clear skies, warm temps and a ‘Full Worm Supermoon’ on first day of spring

This week will start out with clear skies, more record-breaking temperatures and a super full moon, so it could be a stellar week for sky-gazing evenings in the Puget Sound region.
Tags: Wellness, Outdoors, Weather, News, Environment, Lifestyle, Seattle, Local News, Puget Sound, Eastside


A Week In Columbus, OH, On A $75,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a government affairs manager who makes $75,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on White Claw hard seltzer.Occupation: Government Affairs ManagerIndustry: Higher EducationAge: 26Location: Columbus, OHSalary: $75,000Paycheck Amount (Mont...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Spotify, Fashion, Music, Netflix, Brussels, Seattle, Hulu, Columbus, Costco, Anthropologie, Cvs, Sephora, Joe, Lululemon


Seattle’s ‘Irish Princess’ named Honorary Grand Marshal for St. Patrick’s Day parade

Nicole Russeff has been named Honorary Grand Marshal of Seattle's St. Patrick's Day Parade — the first with Down syndrome in the parade's 48-year-history.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Life, Lifestyle, Events, Seattle, Local News, Nicole Russeff


A Week In Seattle, WA, On A Joint $409,000 Income

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: an attorney who makes $100,000 per year ($409,000 when combined with her husband) and spends some of her money this week on a new pair of Chacos.Occupation: AttorneyIndustry: LegalAge: 30Location: Seattle, WASalary: $80,000 + bonus (~$20,000)My Husban...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Fashion, Music, Sodastream, Walmart, South America, Airbnb, Seattle, New England, Venmo, Lake Washington, Fanny, Hanabi, Money Diaries, Washington Black


I Have A BA In Theater — & Now I Make $139K As A Nurse Practitioner

In our series My 6-Figure Paycheck , women making more than $100,000 open up about how they got there and what exactly they do. We take a closer look at what it feels like to be a woman making six-figures — when only 5% of American women make that much, according to the U.S. Census — w ith the hope it will give women insight into how to better navigate their own career and salary trajectories.Today, we chat with a nurse practitioner from Los Angeles, CA. Previously, we spoke to a creative direc...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Washington, Los Angeles, Seattle, Upstate New York, U S Census, NP


A ‘little taste of spring’ is on its way to Seattle: temperatures could reach 70

It's finally about to feel like spring around here.
Tags: Wellness, Outdoors, Garden, Weather, News, Lifestyle, Seattle, Local News, Northwest, Puget Sound, Eastside


Taste Seattle star chef Edouardo Jordan’s work — while spending less — at new Lucinda Grain Bar

Edouardo Jordan said as recently as this past spring that he wouldn't be opening another restaurant anytime soon, but he couldn’t resist adding his new Lucinda — which serves what might be the world’s best brownie.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle, Lucinda, Edouardo Jordan, Lucinda Grain Bar


Link Love: Personal Style of Creative Women

Recently, I discovered the Personal Style series published on The Fold’s website, and I’m enjoying these articles because they not only show the personal style of women I wasn’t yet familiar with, but at the same time we also learn a bit more about their work and life philosophy. Here’s a look at three of them: Singer/songwriter Shelby Earl. Jewellery designer Irene Wood. Dancer and choreographer Kisha Vaughan. Fab Links from Our Members L’Abeille got a laugh out of this, and thinks Fabbers ...
Tags: Fashion, Pinterest, Navy, Toronto, Victoria Beckham, Seattle, Celine, Laura, Brien, DSW, Link Love, Shevia, Runcarla, Shelby Earl Jewellery, Irene Wood, Kisha Vaughan


Once-a-month injection to treat HIV passes two initial trials

Researchers in Seattle unveiled study results that offer hope to men with HIV, as well as those on PrEP.
Tags: Health, Feature, Life, Hiv, Lifestyle, Seattle, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Prep


In subterranean Seattle, thousands of miles of tunnels, pipes and cables keep the city running

You’ve probably heard of the Underground Tour — but maybe not the real workings of the city beneath our feet.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine


Time-traveling through Seattle’s Battery Street Tunnel

From a 1954 ventilation test to a 2019 farewell stroll, vehicles and people filled the underground roadway. Now, viaduct rubble will do that.
Tags: News, Life, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine


Sidle up, Seattle! 3 new high-end restaurants offer delicious, cheap burgers at their bars

All those expensive, new bistros around Seattle also offer cheap, gourmet burgers at their bars. A look at some of the best burger deals in the downtown Seattle area.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle


Seattle restaurant classics: Why you need to go to Market House Meats

This no-frills spot in Seattle's Denny Triangle stacks Reubens and other sandwiches so high, it takes a champion appetite to eat one.
Tags: Business, News, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle, Local Business, Denny Triangle, Reubens


Bothell Country Village sailing into the sunset

Sketched March 9, 2019 The “SS Pen Pal,” an old remodeled gillnetter, is embedded in the landscape of Bothell Country Village, a beloved outdoor shopping center 15 miles north of Seattle where I’ve sketched on a few occasions over the years. This time my visit was bittersweet. About Seattle Times news artist Gabriel Campanario has […]
Tags: News, Life, Seattle, Seattle Times, Gabriel Campanario, Bothell Country Village


Seattle’s Canlis receives 2019 James Beard Design Icon Award

An innovative Seattle classic gets the august James Beard Foundation's new honor for outstanding design.
Tags: Business, News, Life, Food & Drink, Seattle, Local Business, James Beard Foundation, Canlis


These 2 once-a-week Seattle ramen spots spread the craft of ramen-making in very different ways

Adana, on Capitol Hill, and Tsukushinbo, in the Chinatown International District, represent two disparate ends of the ramen spectrum: tradition vs. experimentation. But the result is pretty darn delectable in both cases.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Capitol Hill, Seattle, Adana, Chinatown International District, Tsukushinbo


Isaac Mizrahi comes to Seattle for a stylish song and dance down memory lane

A fashion designer who founded his own company more than 30 years ago, Isaac Mizrahi recently penned "I.M.: A Memoir." His cabaret show “I&Me" is like a companion piece to “I.M.” — an autobiographical show about his life’s journey.
Tags: Books, Fashion, News, Entertainment, Theater, Seattle, Isaac Mizrahi


Sponsored: What it takes to be a professional model in Seattle

While modeling is a part-time job for some in Seattle, it’s possible to make good money while traveling the world, according to a local agency.
Tags: News, Careers, Seattle, Explore


More about The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway

Planned for the Capitol Hill light rail station plaza in 2020, the art-filled walkway will tell the story of the epidemic in Seattle and King County.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Capitol Hill, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine


How Seattle fought the plague of AIDS

As an art-filled new memorial takes shape on Capitol Hill, Seattle’s AIDS warriors recall years of challenges, heartbreak — and successes
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, Capitol Hill Seattle


This certainly isn’t the rest of Seattle’s AIDS story, but it is more of the story

So many people and organizations played a role in the city’s fight against AIDS (actually, ‘still play’ … present tense).
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine


These cosplayers are ready for Seattle’s Emerald City Comic Con

Throngs of superheroes and comic-book characters will wander downtown Seattle when Emerald City Comic Con opens next week. But before that happens, we go behind the masks to introduce you to some of the Seattle area's most ardent cosplayers.
Tags: Comics, Movies, News, Video Games, Entertainment, Life, Seattle


I Was Unhappy In My Career — So I Taught Myself Design & Now Make $105K

In our series Salary Stories , women with long-term career experience open up about the most intimate details of their jobs: compensation. It’s an honest look at how real people navigate the complicated world of negotiating, raises, promotions, and job loss, with the hope it will give young women more insight into how to advocate for themselves — and maybe take a few risks along the way.Been in the workforce for at least eight years and interested in contributing your salary story? Submit your ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Florida, New York, New York City, CMO, Chicago, Austin, Seattle, Delaware, Glassdoor, Don, Parsons, Latina



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