June 2017

100 Fun Ways to Get Outside and Play This Summer

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Shopping mall "dining" was once an oxymoron. Today, these retail meccas are offering exceptional dining experiences to lure shoppers.

Terminal Getaway Spa wants to pamper you while waiting for your flight.

Don't waste a precious weekend with our summer guide.

At the South Lake Union hotspot, an intriguing spice mix updates the classic sidecar.

Once a fleeting sign of spring, Washington rosés have bloomed into a favorite yearlong sipper.

The region's new wave of flower growers cultivate bountiful blooms from seed to vase.

Walking through Capitol Hill offers glimpses of the future and past.

Amber Parker takes a swing at mental health support via acrobatics.

Pizzas with foraged morels and chickpea pesto? Not surprisingly, when John Sundstrom is involved, it works.

With the viaduct's days numbered, local artist Paul Komada creates a multimedia homage.

Favorite hikes, festivals and foodie spots that scream summer.

Wild Bill has spent years honing his skills on a material that never goes out of style.

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The Shelf Life project captures life in the rapidly gentrifying CD.

The Fremont Solstice Parade bike ride is a colorful, freewheeling affair.

Raclette-slinging Fire and Scrape lures passersby with the promise of melted cheese.

Generation 'Glee' takes Washington high school theater programs to new heights.

Orlando Morales and Bill Berry drive teen educational programs at the popular theater.

By 10th grade, Apoorv Khandelwal was trying to change the world.

Don't settle for the sticky-floored theaters with uncomfortable seats.

A little effort (on both sides) would go a long way.

This weekend marks the world premiere of "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion the Musical."

Don't waste a precious weekend with our summer guide.

Don't waste a precious weekend with our summer guide.

Don't waste a precious weekend with our summer guide.

This adaptation of an acclaimed novel tackles America's sordid racial history.

Seattle's most iconic venue grows bigger, with new opportunities for market vendors, artists, tourists and locals.