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As the Viaduct tumbles, a dynamic, carefully designed living landscape waits to emerge

Scheduled for completion in 2023, a lively ribbon of parks and growing spaces will unfurl along 26 blocks from Belltown to the stadiums.
Tags: Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Belltown


Edouardo Jordan gives up his recipe for the world’s greatest mac ’n’ cheese, and now we can all die happy

Seattle’s most acclaimed chef shares his truly incredible recipe so we all can die happy.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, Edouardo Jordan


Venmo offers a payment change for Real Change

If you don’t have any cash on you, you can buy a Real Change newspaper with your phone.
Tags: News, Life, Pacific NW Magazine


‘Cheers!’ to our new magazine feature about drinking

Tantri Wija, in the name of research, will write about drinks (not just alcoholic) and the local drinking culture.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Tantri Wija


Please join us in raising a glass — whatever is in it! — to our new column on all the beverages (and we really should try them all)

‘Cheers!’ will celebrate and explore the world’s vast pantheon of beverages, from the quintessential (Absinthe! Manhattans!) to the unknown (Eierlikor!).
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Pacific NW Magazine


Architectural colorist and artist Betty Merken creates custom hues for her remodeled Seward Park home

YOUR PLACE: The whole family pitches in on a project to modernize, personalize and colorize this 1961 home.
Tags: News, Life, Pacific NW Magazine, Betty Merken


Real Change: How Seattle’s street newspaper plans to survive in the digital age

The paper, which turns 25 this year, has put millions of dollars into the pockets of some of our city’s poorest residents — and has no intention of folding.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine


Seattle’s pioneer mansions were a popular 1940s feature of The Seattle Times

A Seattle woman’s focus on ‘Early-Day Mansions’ featured one downtown that was owned by one of the city’s most powerful and popular couples.
Tags: News, Life, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, Seattle Times


Want to put some color in a dreary winter day? Check out the witch hazels at the Arboretum

The Washington Park Arboretum has plenty of day-brightening inspiration, even this time of year, but witch hazels steal the show.
Tags: Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Washington Park Arboretum


Lark’s location has changed. What hasn’t is the restaurant’s commitment to thoughtfully sourced, farm-fresh food on small plates.

Lark opened on Capitol Hill in 2003, focusing on small plates and farm-fresh, creative food. In 2014, the restaurant’s owners moved into a renovated 1917 auto-parts shop.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Capitol Hill, Pacific NW Magazine


Nicole Tsong is moving on, but her ‘Fit For Life’ lessons are forever: Keep moving, Seattle!

Her weekly magazine column is ending, but Tsong plans to keep working out and wants you to, too.
Tags: News, Fitness, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, Nicole Tsong, Tsong


An architect remodels her own West Seattle rambler, putting her skills — and heaps of elbow grease — to excellent use

Modernizing her midcentury-modern home has become an intensely personal (and personally intense) project.
Tags: News, Life, Pacific NW Magazine, West Seattle


Nicolas Quille joins a very exclusive group, becomes the Northwest’s 3rd Master of Wine

Few of the world’s 380 Masters of Wine are winemakers, making his rigorous multiyear achievement especially rare.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Pacific NW Magazine, Northwest, Nicolas Quille


The truth is out there — and in our magazine theme for 2019

This year, Pacific NW magazine will explore the concept of truth: in social, cultural, historical and interpersonal realms.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Pacific NW


This Seattle neighborhood, a mix of Chinatown and Skid Road, was wiped out by 1889’s Great Fire

From the top of the Occidental Hotel, pioneer photographer Theodore Peiser captured buildings — some not quite aligned — later lost to Seattle’s 1889 Great Fire.
Tags: News, Life, Seattle, Chinatown, Pacific NW Magazine, Occidental Hotel, Skid Road, Theodore Peiser


In our new post-truth era, the way we view reality is more important than ever

Fake news! Climate change is a hoax! Vaccines are evil! And other disturbing (and increasingly common) attacks on reason
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine


Gardening resolutions to brighten the landscape now, and for the future

If you’re also working to plot your intentions for the new year, here are some suggestions, from good ground covers to tree-tending.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine


Chester Gerl’s versatile, crunchy salsa macha is so much more than a chip dip

Perfected at Gracia Cocina Mexicana with house-made totopos, this vivacious condiment is the perfect nutty buddy for meat, veggies, fish — or even ice cream.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Pacific NW Magazine, Chester Gerl, Gracia Cocina Mexicana


Your brain might resist the falling part of trampoline wall class — but only until you get addicted to the tricks

Once you get the hang of the basics, you’ll be bouncing off the wall at Emerald City Trapeze.
Tags: News, Fitness, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine


The nonprofit winery Water from Wine switches the narrative by funding worldwide water projects with wine sales

Proceeds fund 19 water groups, including Water1st International in Seattle; so far, Water from Wine has provided grants totaling $100,000.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine


The owner of Unique Design finds inspiration everywhere — and then turns it into stunning pieces of art, architecture and craftsmanship

THE CREATORS: Farshad Mahramnia envisions, designs and creates amazing, architectural one-of-a-kind pieces for clients, and for his family home in Bellevue.
Tags: News, Life, Pacific NW Magazine, Unique Design, Farshad Mahramnia


Survivors of a Mexican farmworker fatally shot by police in Pasco receive a $750,000 settlement

POSTSCRIPTS: Antonio Zambrano-Montes' family had filed a lawsuit, claiming the man's civil rights had been violated by the three officers involved in the shooting.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Pasco, Antonio Zambrano Montes


The Project Search program to help young adults with autism is still a work in progress

POSTSCRIPTS: The goal of the joint University of Washington-Seattle Public Schools program is to help young people with autism find their way in the workplace.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, University of Washington Seattle Public Schools


Wish we could report road rage is cured, but saner commuting still starts with the person in the driver’s seat

POSTSCRIPTS: Some things never change, including bad driving. What can change, is how you react to it.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine


In 1959, a missile on University Plaza stood out like a Thor thumb

Visitors could walk through a replica of the Air Force’s intermediate range ballistic missile — once the sergeant with the keys got to work.
Tags: News, Life, Air Force, Pacific NW Magazine


How, this year, ‘Postscripts’ became its own main event

THE BACKSTORY: Checking in on a larger scale, with bigger, deeper, better updates on some of the people and places Pacific NW magazine has visited.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Pacific NW


Mackenzie Andrews’ story impacts and inspires families, strangers and at least 1 university president

POSTSCRIPTS: A University of Washington student found success, and answers about her father’s addiction, but their future relationship is up to him, she says.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, University of Washington, Mackenzie Andrews


Whitney Mongé follows her European tour with a new record — and a lot of emotion

POSTSCRIPTS: The future seems brighter than ever for talented Seattle musician Whitney Mongé.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, Whitney Mongé


Local activists are giving peace a better chance, following the midterm election

POSTSCRIPTS: The work of grass-roots groups is having an effect, reminding people there are nuclear warheads sitting 20 miles from downtown Seattle.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine


No news is good news when the status quo is as idyllic as Hat Island

POSTSCRIPTS: Guess what? Not much has changed on beautiful Hat Island. And that's just the way the Hatters like it.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine