- When is daylight saving time? Do you need to turn clock back in Washington, given the new law? Your questions answered
- Seattle’s dreamy Champagne Diner is old school carefully balanced with new VIEW
- With a growing number of good Chinese restaurants, could the Eastside be the next Richmond, B.C.? Here are 33 new restaurant openings outside Seattle VIEW
- Happy hour, anyone? Two new openings, including a tequila bar on Capitol Hill
- Ever had a momo? These juicy little flavor-bomb dumplings at Everest Kitchen in Lake Forest Park are a ‘must-try’
- The secret to making crepes at home
- Whether it’s a breakfast sandwich or overnight oats, build a better breakfast with protein and fiber
- There is good Mexican food to be found in Seattle — at Lorena’s Kitchen, a little walk-up window in Georgetown
- How do pancakes and maple syrup get more exciting? Turn them into a cake.
- That new ‘meat study’ making waves on social media? Think twice before taking it seriously.
- The battle is over. The people have spoken. Seattle’s Favorite Brewery is …
- Uwajimaya plans revamp of its flagship Seattle store to showcase its vast variety
- Meat in space: Crew 3D prints synthetic beef on International Space Station
- This lesser-known Colorado town offers lower price tags and fewer crowds for a relaxing weekend getaway VIEW
- Starting October 2020, your standard Washington state driver’s license will no longer get you through airport security
- Camping is part of life in the Pacific Northwest; here are helpful tips for first-time campers
- Miss out on travel this summer? Take to the Oregon coast for an easy fall car-camping trip.
- You, too, can take a pet-friendly road trip around the Cascade Loop Scenic Byway
- Travel tips and dog-friendly places we visited on our Cascade Loop adventure
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- Want to get away from the crowds this Fourth of July? Consider a quick trip to Canada’s low-key Wells Gray Provincial Park. VIEW
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RANT to one of the neighbors on Jones Ave. just north of 65th in Ballard, who put a “I parked like an a***hole” sticker on my car — really? I was parked in a legal zone, not blocking a driveway/curb cut for 90 minutes as I took my wife to dinner for her birthday. I...