Food

Coffee in NYC: No one got the message?

It is weird, the coffee in New York. We have plenty of desultory coffee shops here in Seattle, hiply desultory, and the coffee will follow…

The Weekend List: With guest curator Mark Siano

Mark Siano has a thing for soft rock. “Phil Collins, Lionel Richie songs — they were rambling, glorious celebrations of really mellow music.” He says this…

Mossback does Milan’s Expo 2015

The “selfie” makes a perfect metaphor for a world’s fair: an event where the nations of Earth gather to show off what they know, and…

Dinner and a movie: Culinary Cinema at SIFF

It’s not just about popcorn anymore, say Seattle International Film Festival programmers. This year, SIFF debuts the Culinary Cinema program, which pairs films with food…

Bowing to backlash, Taylor Shellfish decides against using pesticide

In 1895, lawmakers in Olympia reaffirmed a unique provision of state law that had been enacted by the Territorial Legislature. Known as the Bush and…

The Weekend List: Allen Stone croons around town. Swan Lake at PNB. Reptar does the Tractor. Seattle architecture explained.

* Denotes events that are $15 or less Allen Stone: Evolution of an Artist There’s something unique about singers that grew up in church. Aretha…

Why force works better than persuasion when it comes to doing the right thing

On January 1, the garbage cops started patrolling Seattle for banana peels and pizza boxes along with cans, bottles and grass clippings. That was the…

Cook This: A salad for spring in Seattle

Last June, after almost five years, I left my post as Canlis' office manager/media and public relations coordinator for the world of corporate PR. I'd…

Under the Heatlamp: Fair ferry fare

There are pros and cons to traveling on the Washington State Ferries. Pros: Stunning scenery. Camaraderie among riders. Native American art emblazoned on the tables.…

The Weekend List: Instagram choreography, Southern grub & a celebration of prohibition

* Denotes items that are $15 or less Kate Wallich and The YC  Seattle’s Kate Wallich brings her physical, fast-and-twitchy and always-inventive choreography to On…

Poisoned food: Eaters beware

The modern world is filled with people who gratefully and ravenously eat anything. In fact, much of history is fundamentally a search for secure sources…

The Weekend List: What The Hoot Hoots’ Adam Prairie would do if he were you

Their publicist brands the Seattle band as fuzzy power pop. I like to think of The Hoot Hoots as playing the kind of music you…

Question of the Day: Is the city discriminating against restaurant franchises?

Should fast food franchises like Subway and McDonalds, owned by individuals, be considered big business? Or are they really just a network of small businesses…

The best single malt in Seattle? Check Westland Distillery

Change happens fast. It's been less than a decade since Dry Fly opened a distillery in Spokane to take advantage of eastern Washington's vast supply…

The Weekend List: Kyle Abraham, mixed martial arts, Ladysmith Black Mambazo & more

 * Denotes events that are $15 or less Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion Kyle Abraham, a MacArthur Genius winner, unveils three new dance works rooted in poignant historical milestones:…

Orcas vegan-turned-butcher ‘blown on his ass’ by James Beard nomination

Chef Jay Blackinton, 26, of Orcas Island taught himself to cook by preparing large meals for his punk friends in Seattle. Now, he’s nominated for…

The Weekend List: Donald Byrd does Rogers & Hammerstein. NYC men in tutus. Cirque’s jaw-dropping acrobatics.

* Denotes events that are $15 or less Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel There are myriad reasons to go see this production. They include the tremendous…

Urbanspoon’s $60 million next course

You get the distinct impression that Ethan Lowry would look at his creation, Urbanspoon, and be pleased. After all, he founded the company back in…

The Weekend List: The arts and culture guide to Seattle’s good life

* Denotes events that are $15 or less Beat Connection * This seems like an excellent time to designate the boys in Beat Connection as…

The Weekend List: The arts and culture guide to Seattle’s good life

* Denotes events that are $15 or less SAM Lights * The Olympic Sculpture Park fetes the season with lights and all kinds of art-making…

Meanwhile, the gingerbread house burns

I don’t have a good feeling about these gingerbread houses. Last week at the grocery store our youngest daughter asked carefully and politely if we…

Dungeness crab cakes for Thanksgiving

The saltwater of the Pacific Northwest is deep in my blood. Born in Alaska, raised in Seattle, for many years now I’ve made my home…

Book City: What’s Seattle foodie Molly Wizenberg reading?

Molly Wizenberg is a Seattle-based food writer, memoirist, photographer an- restaurateur. Her website “Orangette”, was named best food blog in the world by the London…

The Weekend List: The arts and culture guide to Seattle’s good life

* Denotes items that are $15 or less SAM’s Pop Departures I happen to love art that’s relatable, that seems to “get” me and my…

Bill the Butcher on the chopping block

Not what you expect to see taped in the window, when what you want is a couple of grass-fed pork chops for dinner: “Due to…

Mossback does Milan’s Expo 2015

The “selfie” makes a perfect metaphor for a world’s fair: an event where the nations of Earth gather to show off what they know, and…

The Weekend List: With guest curator Mark Siano

Mark Siano has a thing for soft rock. “Phil Collins, Lionel Richie songs — they were rambling, glorious celebrations of really mellow music.” He says this…

Coffee in NYC: No one got the message?

It is weird, the coffee in New York. We have plenty of desultory coffee shops here in Seattle, hiply desultory, and the coffee will follow…