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Sure, the Washington Husky Football game is happening in Houston, but you still have to watch it somewhere.
01/08/2024

Sure, the Washington Husky Football game is happening in Houston, but you still have to watch it somewhere.

Watching the Seahawks, Sounders, Mariners, or OL Reign? Here's where to eat and drink around Seattle's sports stadiums before and after the game.

Because nothing brings Seattleites together quite like a snowstorm ❄️
01/08/2024

Because nothing brings Seattleites together quite like a snowstorm ❄️

From Washington's record-setting 1950 snowfall to the storm of 1996 to the Snowpocalypses of 2008 and 2019, these are the snow events Seattle won't forget.

Here's what it’s like to take a road trip to the Kraken’s minor league squad 🏒
01/08/2024

Here's what it’s like to take a road trip to the Kraken’s minor league squad 🏒

What it's like to take a road trip to the Kraken's minor league squad.

Tonight's College Football Playoff National Championship against Michigan is one of the biggest games in Seattle sports ...
01/08/2024

Tonight's College Football Playoff National Championship against Michigan is one of the biggest games in Seattle sports history.

The College Football Playoff National Championship against Michigan is one of the biggest games in Seattle sports history.

The places featured on this list offer a selection one can reasonably describe as an oyster program. In other words, the...
01/05/2024

The places featured on this list offer a selection one can reasonably describe as an oyster program. In other words, these are places where you can break out the mignonette and go to town.

From favorites like Walrus and the Carpenter to waterfront dining—even oyster happy hours.

Just strap on the big flat shoes and follow the leader.
01/05/2024

Just strap on the big flat shoes and follow the leader.

Just strap on the shoes and follow the leader for cold weather hikes led by rangers at Mount Rainier, Snoqualmie Pass, and more.

A new year offers a chance for us to take stock and set some 2024 goals.
01/05/2024

A new year offers a chance for us to take stock and set some 2024 goals.

More parks, more museums, and a wild night in White Center.

ICYMI: Our executive editor shares her favorite bites of 2023.
01/05/2024

ICYMI: Our executive editor shares her favorite bites of 2023.

Seattle Met Executive Editor Allecia Vermillion shares her favorite bites of 2023.

A hip-hop party pops up at Museum of Pop Culture and comedy stars take the stage downtown.
01/04/2024

A hip-hop party pops up at Museum of Pop Culture and comedy stars take the stage downtown.

A hip-hop party pops up at MoPOP and comedy stars take the stage downtown. Plus, more films, concerts, talks, and events for January.

Washington Husky Football's win over Texas sets up one of the biggest games in Seattle sports history.
01/04/2024

Washington Husky Football's win over Texas sets up one of the biggest games in Seattle sports history.

The College Football Playoff National Championship against Michigan is one of the biggest games in Seattle sports history.

Choosing the best travel from a single year is a tough assignment, but here in no particular order are the most memorabl...
01/04/2024

Choosing the best travel from a single year is a tough assignment, but here in no particular order are the most memorable destinations of 2023.

Never unpack, never surrender.

These are the features our readers loved last year.
01/04/2024

These are the features our readers loved last year.

From Taco Time to the Tree of Life to that beached ferry.

The holiday crowds have thinned, the outdoor recreation is patchy at best. Here's what we have our eyes on 👀
01/03/2024

The holiday crowds have thinned, the outdoor recreation is patchy at best. Here's what we have our eyes on 👀

Songs, skating, and sasquatch hunting—plus more festivals and events across Washington for January 2024.

"People will want to work where they have a voice and they can have some input on what their jobs look like."
01/03/2024

"People will want to work where they have a voice and they can have some input on what their jobs look like."

Urban Animal’s three clinics will soon be employee-owned.

No alcohol, just vibes.
01/03/2024

No alcohol, just vibes.

From sports bars to destination restaurants, cocktail programs are serious about making great drinks sans spirits.

Treat Yourself to The Best Steak in Town at Metropolitan Grill. Buy two dinner entrées and receive two on us from Januar...
12/31/2023

Treat Yourself to The Best Steak in Town at Metropolitan Grill. Buy two dinner entrées and receive two on us from January 8 – February 8. Valid for parties of 4 or more, Sunday – Thursday only. Must register prior to dining.

Enjoy Two Entrées on Us! https://www.themetropolitangrill.com/meetatthemet/

Brights lights 🤝 Christmas night
12/25/2023

Brights lights 🤝 Christmas night

Zoo lights at Point Defiance and Woodland Park, elaborate displays in Redmond, Bellevue, and Leavenworth—bask in the Seattle area's festive Christmas glow.

All we want for Christmas is a national championship for the Huskies (and a new owner for the Mariners).
12/25/2023

All we want for Christmas is a national championship for the Huskies (and a new owner for the Mariners).

All I want for Christmas is a national championship for the Huskies (and a new owner for the Mariners).

Spokane native Bing Crosby introduced the world to “White Christmas,” now the top-selling single of all time. But back t...
12/25/2023

Spokane native Bing Crosby introduced the world to “White Christmas,” now the top-selling single of all time. But back then, pretty much nobody noticed.

Eighty years ago this week, Spokane native Bing Crosby debuted the world’s most popular Christmas song. And pretty much nobody noticed.

Every year brings loss, but in 2023, Seattle said farewell to some truly titanic forces in our bar and restaurant landsc...
12/24/2023

Every year brings loss, but in 2023, Seattle said farewell to some truly titanic forces in our bar and restaurant landscape.

Remembering the legacies of Murray Stenson, Rachel Marshall, Thierry Rautureau, Gary Snyder, and Xinh Dwelley.

You'll shucking love this list, we promise 🤞🏽
12/23/2023

You'll shucking love this list, we promise 🤞🏽

From favorites like Walrus and the Carpenter to waterfront dining—even oyster happy hours.

Eighty years after a Seattle photographer snapped the first Santa picture, the tradition still feels like magic.
12/23/2023

Eighty years after a Seattle photographer snapped the first Santa picture, the tradition still feels like magic.

Eighty years after a Seattle photographer snapped the first Santa picture, the tradition still feels special from Southcenter to Bellevue.

Because popping bubbles in your pajamas doesn’t have quite the same glam factor.
12/23/2023

Because popping bubbles in your pajamas doesn’t have quite the same glam factor.

The events and parties to ring in the new year, from a jazz-filled affair with Kenny G to a classic concert at Benaroya to classic rock at Climate Pledge.

Seattle’s favorite neighborhood Christmas destination got its start after a newspaper contest in the 1950s.
12/22/2023

Seattle’s favorite neighborhood Christmas destination got its start after a newspaper contest in the 1950s.

Seattle's favorite neighborhood Christmas destination got its start after a newspaper contest in the 1950s.

Need some last-minute gift ideas? These subscriptions and memberships will do the trick.
12/22/2023

Need some last-minute gift ideas? These subscriptions and memberships will do the trick.

Subscriptions and memberships for Seattle readers, music lovers, pinball wizards.

A whole lot of Christmas takes the stage, and breakfast tacos debut with beer pairings.
12/22/2023

A whole lot of Christmas takes the stage, and breakfast tacos debut with beer pairings.

A whole lot of Christmas takes the stage and breakfast tacos debut with beer pairings. Plus, more films, concerts, talks, and events for December.

12/21/2023

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Smart. Authoritative. Entertaining. Seattle Met is our city’s indispensable news, culture, and lif

Secure your holiday meal, for goodness sake.
12/21/2023

Secure your holiday meal, for goodness sake.

From dinner to brunch, festive options abound for December 24 and 25...and beyond.

On Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year, we explore Seattle's obsession with sunset time.
12/21/2023

On Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year, we explore Seattle's obsession with sunset time.

Googling "when does the sun set in Seattle today"? You're not alone.

These towns untangle the giant balls of twinklers for the rest of us.
12/21/2023

These towns untangle the giant balls of twinklers for the rest of us.

These towns untangle the giant balls of twinklers for the rest of us.

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