In our bi-monthly Seattlemag.com column And Another Thing..., Knute Berger--who writes regularly for Seattle Magazine and Crosscut.com and is a frequent pundit on KUOW--takes an in-depth look at some of the highly topical and sometimes polarizing issues in our city.
As if Bellevue's The Shops at the Bravern wasn't a dapper enough shopping experience with the likes of Jimmy Choo, Ferragamo, and Louis Vuitton all sharing its walls, Italian fashion label Gucci opened a sizeable, 8,000-square-foot flagship store there this past spring.
Seattle magazine's second annual BREW Seattle, presented by BevMo, took place on Friday, October 10, complete with a sold-out crowd of more than 700 people. While beer events seem to be popping up everywhere these days, BREW Seattle remains the largest local-breweries-only tasting event of the year, honoring the local craft beer culture in the Emerald City. This year, the event featured 60+ beers from 25 local breweries and eight crafted ciders.
It has been more than a year, but Allen Schauffler’s ninth-floor office overlooking South Lake Union still looks like he just moved in. There is almost nothing hanging from the stark white walls—nary a dent or ding, either. Taped on the glass window at the entrance is a white sheet of copier paper that states simply, “al jazeera america—seattle bureau.”
The project started with a feisty, 11-year-old farm girl and a doctor studying cancer in children. Dr. Jim Olson is a pediatric oncologist at the UW, and Violet was the young terminal patient who inspired him to launch a crowdfunded cancer research project named after her.
Happy National Learn to Bowl Month! For some of us, bowling involves trying to not use the bumpers and perhaps knocking down a couple of pins. I know I'd call that a proud moment. However, proud moments for Marshall Kent, a 21-year-old Yakima resident and bowling champion, look vastly different. Kent has been known to bowl one of the hardest trick shots called The Flying Eagle–a move involving perfectly aimed shots across two bowling lanes...yikes! We spoke to Kent about, well, bowling and what it means to him. We even discovered a few interesting tidbits in the process: e.g.
During a stint living in Japan, writer and translator Zack Davisson rented an apartment that was haunted by a ghost. There were bumps in the night, a door the landlord said must never be opened and mysterious red handprints on the ceiling.
Looks may be skin deep, but radiance comes from within. Seattle-based beauty maven, co-founder and owner of the Kari Gran brand of natural, non-toxic skincare and self-described "beauty junkie" began her quest for natural replacements to her daily beauty routine when she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder. Her philosophy is that ingredients matter—whether they're in your food or on your face. We had the privilege of getting an in-depth glimpse into the life of this local celeb...and into her handbag.