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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 owners of Boldly Grown fill a delicious niche with unusual types (and sizes) of organic fall and winter squash

Many kinds of squash work for this recipe for Roasted Winter Squash Salad with Warm Cider Vinaigrette.
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Warm hospitality is in the cards when this West Seattle group meets up for game night

Members of the Classic Card Games group find all sorts of modern-day benefits in old-school games.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, West Seattle


A new home on Lake Sammamish represents a process of give-and-take — and a huge win for compromise

There were 2 architects involved in this sparkling design — including one of the homeowners.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Home & Decor, Lake Sammamish


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.
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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


Pioneer Square’s underground ‘comfort station’ inspired a writer to go deeper

The Pergola is now a designated National Historic Landmark, but access to the once-swanky 1908 restroom underneath has been paved over.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Pioneer Square


Humans and horticulture, plants and productivity, inspiration and (lots of!) irrigation convene inside Amazon’s Spheres

16 horticulturists curate and care for approximately 23,000 square feet of plantings, including Rubi, the giant Ficus rubiginosa.
Tags: Amazon, Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Rubi


On a mission to fix our food system, Niels Brisbane tests recipes at the Canlis Research Kitchen at The Bread Lab

The former sous chef experiments with varieties of wheat, barley, buckwheat and other grains in pastas; pizzas; and, of course, breads.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Pacific NW Magazine, Canlis Research Kitchen


Bordeaux might consider Malbec a ‘minor’ grape, but a major obsession feels much more fitting

There are so many reasons to love this wine — even well beyond World Malbec Day.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Pacific NW Magazine, Bordeaux


In this top-to-bottom remodel, you will not see THIS top coming — which is the whole idea

A classic Queen Anne home holds stunning surprises on every level.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Anne, Home & Decor


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


Celebrating the Alaskan Way Viaduct, coming and going

Like the double-decker highway span itself, ribbon-cutting ceremonies in 1953 and 2019 did not exactly flow perfectly.
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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
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AIDS veterans recall loved ones lost in the epidemic

Remembrances of HIV-positive friends, family, co-workers and partners.
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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).
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It’s time to plant fruit trees — here’s how to best establish them

From apples to mulberries, dozens of varieties do well in Western Washington (especially with a good start).
Tags: Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Western Washington


Millet is getting some serious attention from cooks, brewers and researchers as it makes its way from the bird feeder to the menu (and the beer mug)

Try this resilient, nutritious grain in Jess Thomson’s recipe for scrumptious Cinnamon-Coconut Chocolate Chunk Cookies.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Pacific NW Magazine, Millet, Jess Thomson


A new modern home in the Issaquah Highlands has room for everyone — but not necessarily every single thing

Homeowners with architectural backgrounds work with BUILD LLC to create a place of maximum minimalism.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Home & Decor, Issaquah Highlands, BUILD LLC


Norwescon’s book club for sci-fi fans explores real-world issues apart from the baggage of reality

Members meet monthly with an escapism esprit de corps.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, NorWesCon


A Seattle photographer’s ‘obsession’ with an ill-fated osprey family leads to the kind of emotional attachment the environment could really use

When we humans mourn an animal, we connect to nature — and to each other.
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine


The remnants of Seattle’s Denny Regrade

The landmark brick Colonnade Hotel, first built in 1900, survives — but the ‘spite mounds’ do not.
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The Backstory: Compared to covering pro athletes, photographing birds is a snap

Wildlife photography might take a bit of patience, but at least you know the birds will return to their perches.
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What’s not to love about the sentimental, sensationally scented sweet pea?

Here’s how to get a jump on the season by starting seed indoors.
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The new owners of Byen Bakeri elevate the concept of ‘hygge,’ along with memorable Scandinavian pastries

Rachel Antalek and Larry Walsh are on an adventurous, if unexpected, Nordic track.
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An allover update transforms a Queen Anne home into a light-filled composition of warm minimalism

Less is best for an art-loving couple whose home had been dark and dated.
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How to make your own custom coffee liqueur

Ditch the tiki-torch-sweet Kahlúa and Tia Maria White Russians for home-brewed boozy, caffeinated creations.
Tags: News, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Kahlúa, Tia Maria


A look along Railroad Avenue before the Alaskan Way Viaduct, and after it closed

This week, even the ‘Now’ photo is nostalgic.
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Students learn the hard way at the Washington Youth Academy in Bremerton

A photo journey through 22 weeks of tough military-style training for high-school dropouts and at-risk students.
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How a personal inspiration led to the discovery of other students seeking purpose

A photographer documents a cohort at the military-style Washington Youth Academy after watching her brother transform in a strict environment.
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