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Not many people can muster a physical representation of their life’s work quite like Richard Berger. His Masterpieces of the Earth collection boasts some 150 of the rarest natural formations on earth—and now Berger hopes to share them with Seattle

Scotch and beer in Fremont, a fantasy convention, free entry to the National Parks, a lipstick party and works from Jasper Johns to Rothko. Yup, Seattle's pretty awesome

Equinox Studios is luring big names to Seattle’s latest arts hot spot with innovative deals

"Middle Fork”: John Grade’s masterpiece will look great from SAM’s lobby, but the third-floor view will be sensational

"Middle Fork”: John Grade’s masterpiece will look great from SAM’s lobby, but the third-floor view will be sensational

Not long ago, a visit to the old Seattle Public Utilities North Transfer Station in Wallingford (1350 N 34th St.) meant driving into a dark, stench-ridden structure surrounded by a thin concrete shell, where giant, dinosaur-like excavators consume