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Wear Wednesdays at W Seattle Debuts with Schai

A look from Suk Chai's fall/winter collection, Salt

Designer Suk Chai has taken Seattle by storm with Salt, the fall/winter debut collection from her line Schai, and the inaugural Wear Wednesday, March 19, at W Seattle is your chance to check it out. Read more »

Meet the New Woodworking Stars

Lantern Table and Stool by Brooks Howard

Meet some of the emerging talents in woodworking at the Northwest Woodworkers Gallery's (Belltown, 2111 First Ave.; 206.625.0542) Rising Star Furniture Makers reception this Friday (3/14) at 5 p.m.

This sixth annual juried show features 14 distinctive designs—chairs to coffee tables—by 10 local furniture makers.

It would make a diverting stop as part of Friday's Belltown Art Walk, from 6-9 p.m.





7 Green Foods That Are Better Than Getting Pinched on St. Paddy's Day

St. Patrick’s Day is on Monday, and rather than round up the best places to drink beer, we’re going green  with our favorite hued food, that is. We can’t guarantee eating these delicious verdant viands will keep you from getting pinched, but they are so delicious, you won’t even care.

1. Corned lamb salad at Revel Read more »

Favorite Restaurants of Zip Code 98118

Julien Perry

In Seattle Magazine’s ongoing Many Faces of Seattle Neighborhoods, today we draw our attention to the zip code 98118. It’s a zip that encompasses the Rainier Valley, Seward Park and Columbia City. Periodically, I’ll be plucking a zip code and highlighting the best restaurants in the area — or at least ones that are deserving of your attention for whatever reason. Read more »

Mossback Monday: Waterfront Makeover, Transit Boom and the Politics of 'New' Seattle

Knute Berger
Americans are riding transit in record numbers