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Anfuso, also known by her social media handle @servedbysara, is known for her community walks that get hundreds of attendees.
This affordable housing project is for a high-profile property — let’s see what’s in store.
Peruse local vendors and art of all mediums at these recurring art walks in Seattle neighborhoods.
Give Seattle’s vast culinary options a taste test with specially crafted menus at 200+ local restaurants.
Post-war vacancies, a decades-long preservation project, and upcoming Sakura Matsuri festivities.
Eat and Drink
Name a sweeter way to start the day.
We want to know: Where is the best coffee in Seattle? Vote for your favorite to help determine a champion.
Check out these pubs for Guinness, shepherd’s pie, and fish n’ chips galore.
Travel and Outdoors
We’re highlighting the 25 best parks that the Seattle area has to offer — including Discovery, Woodland, and Marymoor Parks.
Check out these 32 hiking trails catered to all skill levels in and around Seattle, Washington for outdoor adventures.
The Shoreline South, Shoreline North, Mountlake Terrace, and Lynnwood light rail stations will open on August 30, 2024.
While exact construction deadlines have yet to be released, we know these new off-leash areas will be built near the West Seattle Stadium and Othello Park.
Real Estate
They’re pretty, pink, and a reminder of the fleeting existence of beauty in this world.
Check out the rules and guidance for maintaining your own little hive of busy bees.
Jeff Bezos launched a little online bookselling biz from this Bellevue pad’s garage in 1994 — and the home is for sale again.
Skyglass offers a unique addition to the city’s skyline and stunning views.
The journey took off on April 7, 1924, and ended at Sand Point in northeast Seattle.
It’s National Poetry Month, and our readers are invited to submit original poems in a special SEAtoday contest.
The master plan includes suggestions for managing traffic along its interior street, supporting its farmers, and attracting locals.
From a transit corridor extension to bus stop improvements, Third Avenue will see multiple changes this year.

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