Thursday, 06/30/2011 5:22 PM
All Conceivable Options: R. Dale McClure, M.D. (see photo above)
Thursday, 06/30/2011 12:30 AM
Over the past decade, Seattle magazine has been the go-to resource for information about the best doctors in the region. For this Top Doctors issue—our 10th since 2000—we created a Top Doctors Hall of Fame to honor the four doctors (pictured L to R: Dr. Joseph S. Gruss; Dr. Linda S. Mihalov; Dr. David R. Byrd; Dr. Lee R. Hickok) who have been on our list for each of those 10 years.
Monday, 06/27/2011 6:56 PM
Sunday, 06/26/2011 10:41 PM
They’ve stacked the decks at this Carillon Point newcomer, which opened last December. Owned by Ted Furst, who, together with Peter Lewis, opened Campagne in 1985—and with Scott Emerick of Madrona’s once-grand Cremant at the stoves—it would only be surprising if this roomy bistro wasn’t a hit. And I’m here to tell you, it is.
Tuesday, 06/14/2011 8:16 PM
With your schedule jam-packed and your calendar exploding, we don’t blame you for missing the deadline to sign your kid up for summer camp. Fortunately for you, we’ve compiled a list of summer programs around Seattle to keep your little munchkins busy, despite your procrastination.EXPLORATIONS IN MATH
Tuesday, 06/14/2011 6:30 PM
Taking Relief on the RoadA team of local doctors is easing the pain of patients in Third World hospitals
Monday, 06/13/2011 5:52 PM
When I received that fated phone call from my doctor telling me I had breast cancer, all I wanted to do was fall on the floor and cry. But first I had to go pick up my son from kindergarten.
Monday, 06/13/2011 5:53 PM
Last year, at age 50, Grace* was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time in three years. She was scheduled for a double mastectomy with immediate reconstruction, and would likely be in surgery for about 13 hours. “It was scary,” Grace says. “Especially the anesthesia consult several weeks prior, where they tell you that there is always a chance, with a long, complicated surgery, that you won’t wake up. At that point, I was more worried about [not waking up from] the surgery than the cancer.” Grace is not alone in her concerns. Dr.
Monday, 06/13/2011 5:12 PM
Emergency medical care in Washington is getting a radical makeover: Freestanding, “no wait” emergency centers are cropping up in fast-growing suburbs, providing closer-to-home options to those often dreaded, crowded ER waiting rooms in urban hospitals.
Monday, 06/13/2011 5:25 PM
 Brain surgery via the eye socketAs both Harborview Medical Center’s chief of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and a University of Washington professor of head and neck surgery, Dr. Kris Moe blends some rather unique skills. That combination of training got him thinking about a new way to operate on patients with some types of traumatic injury, advanced brain disease or certain tumors.
Monday, 06/13/2011 4:56 PM
In this town, we spend a lot of time fretting (and arguing and voting) about what the Seattle of the future will look like. Meanwhile, physical evidence of our city’s forgotten past looms all around us. The Underground Tour is an obvious example, but while historically fascinating, it’s perhaps not where you want to be once summer finally arrives (not to mention, this time of year it tends to be overrun with tourists).
Monday, 06/13/2011 4:08 PM
Clockwise from top Left: Funk Royal Optics mustard yellow round retro-style frames with teal inlay, $399, from the Pulp Lab  pop-up shop at Deli (Downtown, 1307 1st Ave.; 206.682.2446;; also available at;
Monday, 06/13/2011 3:30 PM
Like migratory birds making a stop on their way to warmer climes, flocks of visitors crowd the sidewalks of Pioneer Square this time of year, waiting their turn to step into the belly of Seattle on the Underground Tour and explore the cavernous, below-sea-level depths where relics of our city’s past lie.
Monday, 06/13/2011 3:37 PM
WATERWAYSOur sunny summer days are precious—and so are the moments we spend cooling off from the heat. Sure, you can hit a lake or a pool, but why not mix it up? Consider these five “spraygrounds” for an afternoon of free fun.
Monday, 06/13/2011 3:54 PM
NAME: George Mount OCCUPATION: Actor and founding artistic director of Wooden O Theatre FAVORITE ROLE: “Hamlet. It really is the single character that taught me the most about my craft.” FAVORITE PLAY TO PERFORM: A Comedy of Errors. “Because it’s just so damn silly.” PARK MUST-BRINGS: A picnic and a blanket or a low-backed chair.SCHEDULE: