The March 2013 Issue

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Going to My Happy Place

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

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Charming Brunch Options at Wandering Goose

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

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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,…

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What’s New at Coastal Kitchen

This Capitol Hill staple closed and reopened with some improvements.

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Cupofsugar.com? Helpful Neighborhood Websites

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

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The Power of Two: Joule and The Whale Wins

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

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See Art in Bellingham

The Lightcatcher in Bellingham showcases the work of Jim Olson

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It Takes Two to Kizomba

A sexy dance craze slinks into Seattle.

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Hello, Kitty

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

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Welcoming Bertha, the World’s Biggest Tunnel Boring Machine

Advice for the new girl.

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Burien: Best Seattle Neighborhoods 2013

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

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Ballard: Best Seattle Neighborhoods 2013

Comfortably cool.