Seattle Times columnist Nicole Brodeur talks to some of the people featured in “The Faces of The Summit,” a photo exhibit that captures the faces and words of more than 20 retirement-home residents ranging in age from 85 to 102.
Your gardening friends will love these holiday tools and events — but maybe rethink the manure stocking-stuffer.
Ballard’s Scandinavian Specialties is a Nordic North Star of Christmas culture and cuisine | Taste VIEW
The year-round market shines especially brightly during the holidays with traditional food and decorations.
Who knew a story about Tom the Costco doorman could restore one’s faith in humanity? | Nicole Brodeur
An update on Tom Goessman, a longtime doorman at Seattle’s Costco, drew hundreds of heartfelt responses from readers. What did he have that we all...
Even with ‘no-sting’ ammo, grown-up dodgeball can get a little intense, and intensely fun | Fit for Life VIEW
Evergreen Dodgeball runs an adult league and holds open gym sessions at Northgate Community Center in Seattle.
In the debut edition of our new feature, Asked & Answered, we find out what happened to Tom Goessman, who could tell you what you...
Winemaker fortifies his repertoire by becoming one of Washington’s first vermouth producers | The Grapevine
Mark Newton of Woodinville’s DiStefano Winery crafts three artisan styles.
A naval architect adapts boatbuilding techniques to create an otherworldly lunar lander | Northwest Living VIEW
Kurt Hughes makes excellent use of space in his Apollo-inspired tiny house — total weight, less than 3,000 pounds; total square footage, 250 — in...
At the annual gathering of the Frederick & Nelson “RFQ club” (retired, fired or quit), memories swirled about the long-closed store. Amazon just isn’t the...
With Tyler Florence, Michael Voltaggio and plenty of robots in attendance, Seattle’s Smart Kitchen Summit offers a strange vision of the future.