Ronald Holden is a regular Crosscut contributor. His new book, published this month, is titled “HOME GROWN Seattle: 101 True Tales of Local Food & Drink." (Belltown Media. $17.95).
The final shot posted to Urbanspoon's Facebook page of the company's rooftop putting green on Lake Union. Bocce court and grills not shown.
The decision to stop spraying "weighs heavily on us," said Bill Taylor, "knowing it will affect other growers in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor."
Yelp reviewers sometimes knock even the best restaurants.
The coffee purists lost. Americans are turning to the single-serve pods and capsules for their morning cuppa joe.
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