Issue

June 2018

In this issue:

85 Best Outdoor Adventures: We've got the scoop on the hikes, camping spots, beaches and adventures that are practically on our doorstep and will keep you outside all summer long. (Read it online May 30 or pick up a copy on newsstands now!)

PLUS: Your guide to Seattle's Pride Parade, the new wave of female farmers, a sneak peek inside the Space Needle remodel, the growing problem with construction waste, the tastiest cookies in Seattle and MUCH MORE!

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From this Issue

Each of AndieandErin's silk neckties are named after a trailblazing woman

The project is called One Million Tampons and they host shows and events every 28-35 days

Northwest-made Grandeza liqueur introduces hints of citrus and vanilla to a legendary tipple

Wipe the floor in our locally made fashion-forward, fitness-focused studio workout picks

Seattleite Raelene Gold of "Great Old Broads for Wilderness" is ramping up efforts in the age of Trump

Plus: Which tea-infused spirits to try from Woodinville's Four Leaf Spirits, and two cocktail recipes for how to mix it all up

Try the crazy delicious vegetables at Ahadu Ethiopian restaurant and butcher shop in Seattle's Pinehurst neighborhood

Just in time for National Pollinator Week (June 18–24), two new books by local authors celebrate bees and remind us of the threats to them

The Seattle Pride Parade features everything from bedazzled floats to co-workers marching in solidarity

Trump’s environmental policies have energized protests by citizens all around town. What place does a faith-based group—with a moral imperative—have in this climate?

In Washington state, we’ve been pulling together to protect our wilderness. But Knute Berger wonders if the current federal administration will take us back to the era of exploitation

We've got the scoop on the hikes, camping spots, beaches and adventures that are practically on our doorstep and will keep you outside all summer long

From the best mountain trail to the top hike with your pup, find your bliss on one of these outdoor routes

Our hand-picked list of best bets for entertainment this month

Homespun pho and trendy wine? Pho Bac Sup Shop brings together an unlikely pairing

Whether you’re looking for scenery or privacy, there is a campsite just for you

In the great outdoors, the real show begins after the day is done

The city’s iconic landmark debuts a new, see-through experience, with more changes to come

The best beaches for everything from surfing to whale watching

Women have been hidden players on the nation’s farms, but local storyteller Audra Mulkern is out to change that

The second annual Upstream celebrates Seattle’s legendary music scene

Get your adrenaline pumping with these high-octane outdoor activities

Chocolate chip may be king, but in Seattle, there are so many more cookie types to love

Buildings are coming down all around town at a frenzied pace as old makes way for new. But what happens to the wood, concrete, metal, glass and other materials that come down with the structure?

Sometimes the well-worn road is exactly what you need

A hike to Lake Serene brings hard-earned rewards

Make tracks to Olympia, where some of the state’s best trails await