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Good company

Food is always made greater by good company. There isn’t a single dish that benefits from being eaten alone. Since starting this blog, regular meals have become occasions, and I’ve experienced the great fortune of having friends get excited about this little thing I’m doing here. 1,079 more words


Another of Seattle's hidden gems: Kubota Garden

Fujitaro Kubota was a talented landscaper who was born in Japan but made his home in Seattle, where he created an amazing display garden that fuses Japanese gardening techniques with plants that are native to the Pacific Northwest. 70 more words

Urban Hiker

Borrachini's Bakery

tl;dr: daaaaaaaaaaaamn their donuts are tight, and holy hell that glazed croissant. Beeline to the bakery section, pick whatever donut looks good, and also grab one of the glazed croissants. 674 more words


Get to know: The City of Covington

Hello everyone!

I’ve decided to do a blog series that spotlights a few unique aspects of the cities that make up the Greater Seattle Area. Feel free to pass this infographic along if you know anyone who is moving to the area or just wants to learn more about Covington. 43 more words


Woman Struck, Injured By Light-Rail Train In Seattle

SEATTLE (AP) — Police say officials are investigating after a woman was struck by a light-rail train and seriously injured in Seattle.

Seattle police say witnesses called 911 Thursday morning to report that a woman had been struck by a Sound Transit light rail train at Fifths Avenue South and South Holgate Street. 61 more words