1889 Washington's Magazine

1889 Washington's Magazine 1889 Washington's Magazine is a bi-monthly publication, paying homage to the entire Evergreen State with stunning photography and sharp writing.
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Check us out at: https://1889mag.com/ The Evergreen State packs a lifetime of intrigue and inspires exploration. We are hop growers, wine drinkers, Sound paddlers, skiers, shellfish lovers and coffee addicts. 1889 Washington’s Magazine reaches to the far corners of the upper left and brings stunning photography and writing to all walks of Pacific Northwest life. Our magazine builds community through world class content.

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With every new subscription this month, Statehood Media is donating $5 to our wildland fire fighters! 🙏❤️ Go to the link...
09/12/2020

With every new subscription this month, Statehood Media is donating $5 to our wildland fire fighters! 🙏❤️ Go to the link in our bio.

The West Coast is aflame. Donate to  @nationalforests (link in bio) to save our home. Photo by @pnwonderland Repost from...
09/10/2020

The West Coast is aflame. Donate to @nationalforests (link in bio) to save our home.
Photo by @pnwonderland
Repost from @1859oregon.

1,070 square miles of natural perfection. Read on about the @ncascadesnps in our Aug/Sep issue.
09/07/2020

1,070 square miles of natural perfection. Read on about the @ncascadesnps in our Aug/Sep issue.

This spring, most seniors in high school were planning for prom and making college plans when the coronavirus ground all...
09/06/2020

This spring, most seniors in high school were planning for prom and making college plans when the coronavirus ground all that to a halt. Nevin Harrison, 18, was taking online classes, training as a canoe sprinter and envisioning winning a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Read on in our Aug/Sep issue.

1889 Washington's Magazine's cover photo
09/05/2020

1889 Washington's Magazine's cover photo

Backyard studio>>Backyard shed. Colder weather is just around the corner. The kids may be attending virtual school... Ne...
09/04/2020

Backyard studio>>Backyard shed.

Colder weather is just around the corner. The kids may be attending virtual school... Need an extra nook? Check out our DIY Backyard studio tips inspired by @cutler_anderson.

Bienvenue to the chicken piquant at Hotel Indigo Spokane’s Magnolia Brasserie. Amazing!
09/03/2020

Bienvenue to the chicken piquant at Hotel Indigo Spokane’s Magnolia Brasserie. Amazing!

Fallin’ into Friday 👀👀Photo by @tylerroemer
08/28/2020

Fallin’ into Friday 👀👀
Photo by @tylerroemer

What exactly are you looking at? The one-day party room that seattle-based architect, Robert Hutchinson made by drilling...
08/25/2020

What exactly are you looking at? The one-day party room that seattle-based architect, Robert Hutchinson made by drilling holes in his rotting garage before tearing it down. In its place he built a chique “Pop-Out” studio. Read more in our Aug/Sep issue.
#livethinkexplore
Photos by Mark woods and Alan Abramowitz @ Seattle, Washington

@dreamcapturedimages braved the mosquitoes for this shot. Beyond worth it. Happy Friday!
08/21/2020

@dreamcapturedimages braved the mosquitoes for this shot. Beyond worth it. Happy Friday!

@urbanartworks, a Seattle based non-profit, combines the creation of public art with the mission of helping at-risk yout...
08/19/2020

@urbanartworks, a Seattle based non-profit, combines the creation of public art with the mission of helping at-risk youth. The work they are doing is indispensable.
Photos by @trulybogus
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Read on our in our Aug/Sept issue.

@ Seattle, Washington

There’s no better time than now to rethink the spaces we already have. Architect Jim Cutler’s backyard studio is one pla...
08/16/2020

There’s no better time than now to rethink the spaces we already have. Architect Jim Cutler’s backyard studio is one place to start. Read on in our Aug/Sept issue.
#livethinkexplore @ Bainbridge Island, Washington

@tylerroemer with a beautiful shot of the North Cascades National Park for our August/September piece on social distance...
08/12/2020

@tylerroemer with a beautiful shot of the North Cascades National Park for our August/September piece on social distance adventures. Our latest is now on shelves!
#livethinkexplore

And now for the dessert stomach... Lemon panna cotta with raspberries and madelines by @aerlumeseattle. Find the recipe ...
08/04/2020

And now for the dessert stomach... Lemon panna cotta with raspberries and madelines by @aerlumeseattle.
Find the recipe in our latest issue (now available online).

07/31/2020

During these strange and challenging times, the vibrant community of living, thinking and exploring PNWers has kept us inspired. We thank you for that. In return, we will continue to share your stories. Our latest 1859 issue is already on shelves. Our latest 1889 issue is available online (link in bio) and will be out next week.

1889 Washington's Magazine
07/30/2020

1889 Washington's Magazine

Kamal Sidhu, part of a three-generation farming family from India, now owns Cedar Farms alongside his two brothers.  In ...
07/27/2020

Kamal Sidhu, part of a three-generation farming family from India, now owns Cedar Farms alongside his two brothers. In 1997, their dad bought an overgrown farm with the intention of developing houses there. While his father was away in India for about a month, his mom, grandma and cousin picked berries from the property, then sold them at a local farmers market. Upon his return the elder Sidhu learned about the unexpected—and highly successful—project, and the family has been at it ever since. @ Puyallup, Washington

@chrisballew, the former lead singer of the Presidents of the United States of America, has been making rockin’ kids son...
07/26/2020

@chrisballew, the former lead singer of the Presidents of the United States of America, has been making rockin’ kids songs for more than a decade and his whip-smart, funny, earnest lyrics combine with skillful artistry to create memorable music for families. Listen to him on Spotify or read on in our upcoming August/September issue!

07/18/2020

A repost from @1859oregon
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@tandytimes has us hypnotized. The beauty of Comet Neowise makes us feel small and part of something big all at once.

Hanging on ‘till the weekend like ^^
07/16/2020

Hanging on ‘till the weekend like ^^

Happy Tuesday :) @yuriygarnaev went star gazing and decided to share.
07/08/2020

Happy Tuesday :)
@yuriygarnaev went star gazing and decided to share.

07/07/2020

Lois James' study on implicit bias and force in America's police departments has implications for changing the way we train the law enforcement to interact with Black Americans. #livethinkexplore

Meet Washington State University Professor, Lois James. She is in the midst of a study on police violence and its link t...
07/06/2020

Meet Washington State University Professor, Lois James. She is in the midst of a study on police violence and its link to implicit bias. Stay tuned for the interview. #livethinkexplore

@whiskeygingermedia can we just rename this range “the Babes”? #repost ••What WA adventures do you have planned for this...
06/27/2020

@whiskeygingermedia can we just rename this range “the Babes”? #repost
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What WA adventures do you have planned for this weekend?

06/24/2020

Live from Oregon. Healing.
Over the past two months, Statehood Media has worked on Healing, a collaborative project that brings together Ashland cellist Daniel Sperry and Oregon Ballet Theatre dancer Xuan Cheng. We started to find a way to express hope during the anxiety surrounding the pandemic. We harnessed the talents of these amazing artists to create something beautiful and healing in a time where we need both.

Daniel Sperry @cellotroubadour, a classically trained cellist who plays in Lithia Park during warm months, created a soaring and complex original score for this piece on both cello and piano. Xuan Cheng @chengxuan119 from Chenzhou, China and a principal ballerina at OBT for the past nine years created the original dance and movement for Healing. Jessica Smith, a recent graduate of the University of Oregon School of Journalism was our lead videographer and editor.

What feeling does this evoke? Does this inspire you?

A principal ballerina, a bridge and a cellist? Stay tuned.
06/24/2020

A principal ballerina, a bridge and a cellist? Stay tuned.

More magic from @yuriygarnaev’s romp into the Mt. Rainier Wilderness.
06/22/2020

More magic from @yuriygarnaev’s romp into the Mt. Rainier Wilderness.

"Need more coffee." #Monday
06/22/2020

"Need more coffee." #Monday

For the wine-loving fathers: On the scenic Washington banks of the Columbia River, Maryhill Winery is a beacon to wine l...
06/19/2020

For the wine-loving fathers: On the scenic Washington banks of the Columbia River, Maryhill Winery is a beacon to wine lovers in the Pacific Northwest. Their tasting rooms in Goldendale, Spokane, Vancouver and Woodinville, offer the full experience of charcuterie, live music and views. #fathersday

Continuing with our local Father’s Day picks! @copperworksdist located on the Seattle waterfront, produces award-winning...
06/19/2020

Continuing with our local Father’s Day picks! @copperworksdist located on the Seattle waterfront, produces award-winning American single malt whiskey, a series of gins, and vodka. Its spirits are made from malted barley grown primarily in Washington state and is distilled in traditional copper stills. In 2018, Coperworks was named “Distillery of the Year” by the American Distilling Institute.

@woolandprince was founded on the principle of owning less and owning better. Their classic Wool Linen Button-Down Shirt...
06/18/2020

@woolandprince was founded on the principle of owning less and owning better. Their classic Wool Linen Button-Down Shirt is airy, light and will last Dad a lifetime. Offered in short-sleeve and long-sleeve, and two fits.
#fathersday

Timeline Photos
06/16/2020

Timeline Photos

Today’s shot from @yuriygarnaev, who went o’ rompin through the Mount Rainier wilderness.
06/16/2020

Today’s shot from @yuriygarnaev, who went o’ rompin through the Mount Rainier wilderness.

Take your ol’ man fishing! •@WashingtonFishWildlife fish hatchery crews will be stocking 5,000 triploid rainbow trout in...
06/15/2020

Take your ol’ man fishing!

@WashingtonFishWildlife fish hatchery crews will be stocking 5,000 triploid rainbow trout in 14 lakes just before Father's Day weekend, June 16-17. Give dad a fishing license as a gift, and take him out to catch one of these big fish, said Chris Donley, WDFW Inland Fish Program manager.

Photo Courtesy of Wendy Johnson Miller

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