Issue

March 2019

In this issue:

21 Hot Neighborhoods: Top places for quick commutes, walkability and the best of city living. (Read it online March 5 or pick up a copy on newsstands now!)

PLUS: A sneak peek at Seattle’s new waterfront, Bellevue’s splashy new sky-high steak house, downtown’s secret chimes and much more!

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From this Issue

The Pacific Northwest shows its true colors during the spring’s flower festivals

A new Capitol Hill boutique offers a curated collection of vintage eyewear that has Seattleites seeing clearly

Those noon chimes? Here’s where they come from

A former ceramist finds her new medium: ice cream cakes

With space at a premium, a Wallingford couple utilizes every inch of their cozy third story

Seattle’s hotel boom is blowing up; here’s what we love about a few of the city’s new and revamped properties

These locally designed artisan leather accoutrements will put a spring in your step this season

Seattle’s growing abundance of Hunan cuisine heats up the restaurant scene

Seattle's The Charter Hotel Fog Room

Take in the bar’s expansive views of Elliott Bay and downtown while savoring The Whisper in the Wind

Evergreen State College's newspaper front page shows women who have disappeared

Almost a half century after Ted Bundy focused the nation on our region, Knute Berger wonders what this serial killer says about us today

SNL's Aidy Bryant is the star of Hulu's Shrill, based off of a Seattle author Lindy West's book

Two Seattle writers' works are coming to a screen near you

Soon, Link light rail will connect Seattle and Eastside neighborhoods

The Link light rail is growing, with extensions planned in Seattle and Eastside neighborhoods. Our handy guide shows you the best places to live close to current and future light rail stations

Part of Northgate Mall will soon be NHL training facility

Though the light rail stations are not set to open until 2021 in the North End, real estate agents have already started featuring this mass-transportation option in their advertisements

Redmond's Overlake neighborhood

Soon Seattle will be connected to its Eastside neighbors thanks to light rail stations opening in 2023

El Centro de la Raza in Seattle's North Beacon Hill neighborhood

These local 'hoods have seen changes and growth since the arrival of Link light rail

Instagram sensation Lauren Ko's pies

Seattle’s preeminent pie baker finds inspiration in architecture and design

Pioneer Square's apartment building The Wave

As our city becomes more dense, people are choosing to live and work downtown

SeaTac's Angle Lake neighborhood by Link light rail

There's more to these neighborhoods than their close proximity to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Leschi DADU

Five years after moving into their dream home, a Seattle couple builds a backyard dwelling with benefits

Seattle condos, real estate, local housing

For years, few of these multifamily structures were being built. But the market is changing—dramatically

Creations by Jaylin founder, Jaylin Harris is only 10 years old

A local 10-year-old designer has a flair for neckwear

If Cole McBride wins, he’ll again represent the U.S. at the world championships in Boston

Seattle's new waterfront

After more than 65 years of being cut off from downtown Seattle, a new waterfront is set to unfurl, dramatically changing the city’s landscape

Seattle Waterfront seawall kayak tours

The new, eco-conscious seawall is the foundation of the waterfront’s future

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

Bellevue Steakhouse Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi

From its lofty perch, a Bellevue restaurant wows with spectacle and steaks

Seattle Art Museum's 'Like a Hammer' exhibit, artist Jeffrey Gibson

Pull out your calendar; it’s time to pencil in the season’s top performances, shows and concerts you won’t want to miss

Seattle's Office of Arts and Culture's headquarters in Pioneer Square's King Street Station

Spring is the season of new beginnings, a budding promise that rings especially true this arts season with a handful of highly anticipated venue openings and reopenings, each rolling out dynamic programming, performances and refreshed purpose

Ballard's vegan Papas Hot Potatoes

A temple to the humble spud takes root in Ballard