Mike Seely is a former editor-in-chief of Seattle Weekly and the author of Seattle’s Best Dive Bars: Drinking & Diving in the Emerald City. Follow him on Twitter @mdseely.
One of the city's last majority African-American fraternal organizations, Cascade Lodge No. 1416, fights for survival.
Seattle’s dive bar expert refutes the idea that King’s Hardware is the best Washington state has to offer.
With faith and good works, Georgetown's Vac Shop helps a community get clean in more ways than one.
A Rainier Avenue butcher shop offers an eye into Columbia City's roots.
How The Little Red Hen has survived for 50 years in Green Lake.
The Federal Army & Navy Surplus store, with its MREs and Ghillie Suits, has been in business since the 1950s.
In one of the cruelest double-whammy disappearances in Seattle history, Belltown’s Two Bells will serve its last burger on a baguette on Dec. 31, swift on the heels of Pioneer Square’s Bakeman’s...