February 2012

Magazine Archives:

The Big 50

Marking the 50th anniversary of that seminal event in our city's history, Seattle magazine--about to turn 50 itself!--offers extensive coverage in the way only we can: written by the Space Needle's writer in residence, our own Knute Berger.

Kicking off our new series about local art collectors, Seattle mag's arts editor Brangien Davis shar
Seattle Magazine Staff
In case your inner Seattle Center nerd still isn't satisfied, go here for more history and memorabil
Seattle Magazine Staff
Five things you didn’t know about Seattle’s Space Age icon.
Seattle Magazine Staff
Even better than a billboard, the Space Needle is a prominent way to get a message across.
Brangien Davis
SAM’s new Gauguin show emphasizes the master painter's influences.
Alison Brownrigg
Bainbridge Island-based Kicky Pants has super-soft jeans for kids that you'll feel good about buying
Alison Brownrigg
The Portland artist's latest, Tumble Bee, is filled with American folk classics and charming lullabi
Alison Brownrigg
The West Seattle rock'n'roller is more in to bedtime stories these days.
Knute Berger
From a Space Needle atop Mount Rainier to a “Carveyor,” Knute Berger dishes on the World’s Fair that
Seattle Magazine Staff
Local authors want to help you get that book idea out of the drawer - and onto the shelves.