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Eat & Drink

Eat & Drink In which we declare the Crisp Beef Burrito at Taco Time the greatest fast food innovation of all time
Regional fast food chains inspire surprisingly fierce loyalty: there’s no question that if Harold and Kumar were in California, they’d be going to In-n-Out, and if they were in Washington, I’m certain they’d be heading to Taco Time for the Crisp Beef Burrito--the greatest fast-food innovation of all time.
Eat & Drink The Lure of The French Bakery (Photo Gallery)
There is something indulgent and decadent about the French bakery experience - and Seattle has plenty of places where the art of pastry making is alive and well. We visit Bakery Nouveau in West Seattle for a visually stimulating taste of what this gem has to offer.


Lifestyle What would you do if you weren't afraid to fail? (Video)
This is the question that the documentary The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things, revolves around. Screening at McCaw Hall this Monday (9/29), the film follows five young women on a cross-country journey spotlighting 17 positive and powerful women leaders across a variety of lifestyles and industries.

The Home

The Home These Seattle zip codes are chock full of millennials
Millennials are everywhere - especially in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Drawn to our booming tech industry and plentiful job market, it's hard to find a neighborhood that doesn't have at least two apartment complexes and condo units going up to house this generation.
The Home 10 items that sum up Seattle décor (Photo Gallery)
MyHabit, the online designer sale site, has been going around the country this summer showcasing certain cities with unique vibes. Our Emerald City is last on their list after Portsmouth, Nashville, Dallas and Palm Springs. Take a look at the 10 products they think sum up the quirky style of our city, and see if you agree!

Fashion & Beauty


Travel SPONSORED Sponsored: Photos: Port Angeles, WA (Photo Gallery)
Port Angeles offers the best access to the famed Olympic National Park and the two most visited areas of the Park. Lake Crescent is 20 minutes west of town, and the famed Hurricane Ridge just 18 miles south and 5200' up is 45 minutes from downtown Port Angeles.