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A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Korean Genius

E.J. Koh's memoir The Magical Language of Others is a moving meditation on inherited trauma.

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The Biggest Events to Know About This Weekend

118 Major Happenings for Dec 6-8, from a Caroling Competition to a Winter Beer Fest

58 Holiday Markets and Gift Bazaars in Seattle This Weekend: Dec 6-8, 2019

Urban Craft Uprising, the Punk Rock Flea Market, and More Places to Shop

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Features »

Lid I-5 or Get Rid of I-5?

A look at two plans that would totally change the city.

Move to Bremerton

The working-class town across Puget Sound is attracting Seattleites priced out of the city. Like me.

Free Food Worthy of the Gods

After eating a vegetarian burrito given to me by a Hare Krishna on the Ave, I ventured out to Sammamish for a Love Feast.

Making Greens and Corn Bread at Home

Food that makes me feel close to my family.

Food & Drink »

Chicken, Peri-Peri Sauce, Flame-Charred Flesh, and the Juices in That Flesh

Get a taste of the Portuguese empire at Galos Flame Grilled Chicken in Ballard.

Conveyor Belt Hot Pot

Blazing Bowl is burning up the food court at Crossroads Mall.

A Seafood Cookbook for Dummies and Geniuses

The Pacific Northwest Seafood Cookbook features foolproof recipes as well as more challenging ones.

Weed »

Washington State May Finally Legalize Growing Pot at Home

Could 2020 be the year this happens?

Making Pot Butter Without the Smell

In preparation for the second-biggest weed holiday after 4/20, I tried out an MB2e MagicalButter Machine.

Arts »

The Top 10 Pioneer Square Art Shows to Check Out in December 2019

Native Artistry, Scientific Illustration, Oregonians at Play, and Other Critics' Picks

The Seattle Man Who Is Memorizing an Unreadable Novel

Neal Kosaly-Meyer continues his project to recite all of Finnegans Wake off the top of his head.

This Seattle Bus Driver Has Seen Some Shit

But somehow he hasn't let it get to him.

Art and Performance Winter 2019 »

A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Korean Genius

E.J. Koh's memoir The Magical Language of Others is a moving meditation on inherited trauma.

The Bachelor, Unedited

I can't wait to see the live stage version of the reality TV shitshow.

Black American Rideshare

August Wilson's Jitney reveals working-class blacks discovered the Uber economy.

I Heard God in a Grain of Sound

A few thoughts about the minimalist-music deity Terry Riley.

Green Guide Fall 2019/Winter 2020 »

Like Anthony Bourdain... but Stoned

In his web series, rapper Jarv Dee smokes weed, eats with local musicians, and explores Central and South Seattle restaurants.

Pot and Pregnancy: What Do We Know?

The science is very limited.

The End of Pain

I finally found what works best for my gout: CBD cream.

Five Pot Farms You Should Know About

These small farms are growing really good stuff.