The July 2016 Issue

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Chatting with a PCT ‘Trail Angel’

These volunteers are heaven-sent

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Seattle’s Thunderpussy Heats Up Capitol Hill’s Annual Block Party

High-octane band knows how to rock like a girl

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6 Top Biking Trails in the PNW

These trails pave the way for cycling amongst walkers and runners—but not cars

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The 14 Best Places to Hike in the PNW

The days are long, the sun is shining— it’s time to get outside

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The Origins of Pike Place Market’s Famous Pig

How did a pig become the symbol of a market best known for fish?

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With a Pizza Oven, This Backyard Became a Social Gathering Space

A Wallingford family takes its pizza tradition outside

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Painting the new Pike Place Market

A chance to make your artistic mark in the market's makeover

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Mediterranean-Inspired Mosaic Infuses Home with Enchanting Pop of Color

A Mercer Island mosaic shows that home is where the art is

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A Vacation Home in Lynden is Filled with Memories

The lush grounds of a northern Washington retreat remind us that to everything there is a season

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Experimentations in Shape: Joan Wortis’ Handmade Textiles

Creative work by Vashon Island artist Joan Wortis includes pleated and dyed textiles

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Where Seattle Creatives Find Inspiration

Six of Seattle's influential artists and innovators tell us where they go to seek inspiration

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Sansei Serves up Hawaiian Fare with Mellow Island Vibes

New downtown sushi bar offers Japanese-inspired Pacific Rim fare with fresh local seafood