The March 2013 Issue


Going to My Happy Place

Editorial director Rachel Hart reflects on the bigger picture of our latest issue.


Charming Brunch Options at Wandering Goose

Wandering Goose is a little slip of a place—and charming for it.


Tanglewood Supreme: Eclectic Seafood

Dim lighting and a throbbing soundtrack aren’t exactly what you expect to find in a restaurant on a Magnolia side street, but at owner Kent Chappelle’s Tanglewood Supreme, which opened in October, the mood is refreshingly grown-up. Local moms meet friends to sip martinis and share sweet potato arancine (fried risotto balls, $5) with kale,…


What’s New at Coastal Kitchen

This Capitol Hill staple closed and reopened with some improvements.

nextdoor Helpful Neighborhood Websites

A pair of neighborly websites help build community at the micro level.


The Power of Two: Joule and The Whale Wins

Joule and The Whale Wins join the growing trend of restaurants finding strength in numbers.


See Art in Bellingham

The Lightcatcher in Bellingham showcases the work of Jim Olson


It Takes Two to Kizomba

A sexy dance craze slinks into Seattle.


Hello, Kitty

Bellevue Arts Museum herds 155 cats into a fortuitous new exhibit.


Welcoming Bertha, the World’s Biggest Tunnel Boring Machine

Advice for the new girl.


Burien: Best Seattle Neighborhoods 2013

A folksy—and affordable—small town only 10 minutes from downtown Seattle.


Ballard: Best Seattle Neighborhoods 2013

Comfortably cool.