January 2019

In this issue:

Remodel & Refresh: Top ideas from local home design experts. (Read it online on Jan. 2 or pick up a copy on newsstands now!)

PLUS: Where to find Seattle’s best new burger, an epic winter road trip, Seattle’s most sought-after pop artist and much more!

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From this Issue

Restaurants are falling hard for low-intervention wine’s je ne sais quoi

For one weekend each January, Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival makes the mountains sing

One artist offers a stylish solution for living with pets in small spaces

Local Seattle Mediterranean restaurant Homer

A Beacon Hill couple creates a dreamy neighborhood restaurant right in their own backyard

Kingston Washington barbershop

A popular Seattle barbershop goes mobile with its second location

Seattle, Washington 1919 General Strike

Knute Berger reflects on two cataclysmic events that brought Seattle to its knees a century ago

Seattle Local dance company Whim W'him

The Seattle dance company opens its 2019 season with multiple original performances

In this age of escalating construction costs, a young Delridge resident looks to shipping containers when designing her starter home

Download these new, locally developed apps that offer tools to help fashionistas, parents and diners

Seattle local style bloggers in comfy clothes

You don't have to sacrifice style for comfort

Seattle local designer makes sustainable shoes

Get off on the right foot with these locally designed, eco-friendly kicks

A Seattle designer and the art of creative collaboration

Local Pure Pie slice of tiramisu

Good and good for you? These desserts prove it’s possible

There are many things we want to talk about with family and friends; death isn’t usually one of them. But from Death Salons to Death Cafes and dinners, there are plenty of signs in Seattle that this is changing

Cornish College of the Arts grad Anthony White

A young Seattle artist’s provocative portraits sift through the layers of consumer culture, attracting the attention of some of the city’s art luminaries

Local Seattle businesses make enamel pins

Show your local shop some love with these trendy enamel pins

A local plant whisperer shares her secrets in a new growing guide

Seattle's Shake Shack has Seattle only burger

This all-local burger from an international chain justifies the long lines it attracts

Seattle home remodeling

Get inspired with homeowner success stories and expert tips

Local Wallingford kitchen remodel

The homeowners wanted each of the rooms to feel distinct yet also allow people, light and sound to move more fluidly through from the front of the house to the back

Seattle's Amazon Spheres Deep Dive bar

Renee Erickson’s new spot is unlike anything in the city

Local Magnolia neighborhood home

An interior designer revitalizes her own Magnolia home — without knocking down any walls

Washington state's razor clamming season

January—halfway through the season—is prime time for razor clamming. Here's how to do it right

Local home in Fremont neighborhood, Seattle

After a decade and a half of dealing with drafty windows and one too many system failures, a Seattle couple made the move to update their cherished View Ridge home

Local designers and architects answer homeowners' frequently asked questions

Seattle-area Hawaiian food restaurant owners

The father and daughter behind a Hawaiian restaurant in Georgetown share a recipe for the perfect potluck dessert

Seattle's Dear Evan Hansen performance

The best bets for entertainment this month

Grand Targhee's slopes and snow

What happens when a family packs the car with winter gear and heads out to sample some of the West’s best slopes? An epic adventure of fun and bonding ensues

Ditch performer at local Frye Art Museum

A handful of events this month are designed to connect rather than separate us

How to get by during the looming 'period of maximum constraint'