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The filming locations of Frasier’s one truly Seattle episode

What $1,200 rents in Seattle right now

At this price point, find a bevy of vintage studios—with a newer studio and a bigger place for variety.

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16 easy, affordable ways to upgrade your rental

Frustrated with a bland apartment? We’ve rounded up 16 landlord-friendly ways to make a rental feel more like home.

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Majestic 1904 Craftsman asks $1.1 million in Beacon Hill

Although it’s 115 years old, it’s not a fixer, just fancy, with well-maintained original millwork and luxury upgrades.

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Where to see fall foliage in Seattle

Take in the autumn scenery in some of Seattle’s most beautiful parks and gardens.

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30 notable public art spots in Seattle

Seattle is teeming with artwork, both appreciated and not. Here are 30 places to check out, from a delightful dog mural to a transit-only art gallery.

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Ten proposed Seattle football stadiums never built

Check out the list below of our favorite potential football stadiums that didn't come to be and try to picture what it would be like if the Seahawks called Interbay, Seattle Center, or even Tukwila home right now.

How and where to see Seattle-area larch trees this fall

Forget pumpkin spice—Larch Madness is the Pacific Northwest’s ultimate autumnal tradition. Here’s where to find them.

Historic 1890s log house built by Swedish immigrants listed for $2.5 million

The Nelson-Parker House, aka the "Swedish House," is on the National Register of Historic Places—but has tons of respectful, modern updates.

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The Seattle filming locations of ‘Say Anything...’

The boombox scene was filmed in LA, but there’s plenty to see here

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8 hikes for swimming and wading in the Cascade Mountains

There’s nothing like finishing a sweaty hike with a dip in the cold, alpine water.

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9 beginner bike rides in Seattle

Whether you’re new to biking, new to city biking, or just looking for a stress-free ride, here are some options from 1 to 6 miles.

When and how is the Alaskan Way Viaduct coming down?

With the tunnel open, the Alaskan Way Viaduct is coming down. Here’s what’s going on.

What $1,700 rents in Seattle right now

Would you choose a cute place with a yard, a big place with a balcony, or the spot where it’s easiest to get around?

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Seattle’s climbing and bouldering walls, mapped

Sure, you could go climb a mountain—or you could check out a space with floor pads and no weather problems to speak of, or at least a rock close to home.

Tiny houseboat Carrot is 200 square feet of nautical living

Outside, this Lake Union houseboat has a tugboat-style design. Inside, it’s a cozy cabin.

Seattle-area hikes for everyone

Want to bring a dog? Go car-free? Get sweeping views of the Pacific Northwest? Stay a while?

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22 houseboats and floating homes for sale in Seattle right now

Live the floating life—literally—on Lake Union with these on-the-water homes in Westlake, Eastlake, and Wallingford.

What $2,000 rents in Seattle right now

For two grand, would you rent a Lake City house or a Capitol Hill apartment?

Looking back on vintage Bumbershoot design from the 1970s to the 2010s

Here’s what Bumbershoot used to look like, from umbrellas and rainbows to this year’s undersea theme.

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Labor Day deals from Amazon, Walmart, and more

Labor Day is around the corner and the deals are pouring in. Here’s what to expect.

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8 weird and wonderful San Juan Islands vacation rentals

Island life is a little different, and so are these rentals—from treehouses to a gnome chalet.

A quick guide to Seattle’s SR 99 tunnel

When do tolls start? How does it work?

This crowdsourced map tracks Seattle-area carnivores

See a coyote in Capitol Hill? A bobcat in Bellevue? A black bear in the backcountry? Woodland Park Zoo and Seattle University want to hear about it.

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24 Seattle arcades, mapped

Because there’s never a bad time to brush up on your Street Fighter

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10 Washington State treehouse rentals perfect for a weekend getaway

Get above it all—literally—on your next vacation, with treehouses from Seattle to the San Juan Islands.

Fremont’s giant Vladimir Lenin statue carries a complicated history—locally and globally

For more than two decades, the Soviet leader’s likeness has been featured in this quirky neighborhood. And for just as long, the piece has been a source of controversy.

Beautifully maintained midcentury on an acre of Vashon Island asks $985K

This home embraces the stunning hallmarks of 1950s design.

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22 living room ideas to inspire you now

Whether you’re after rustic warmth or midcentury-inspired perfection, we think you’ll find some valuable living room furniture and decor ideas in these homes.

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Seattle’s 10 best dog parks, mapped

Looking for a new spot for your pup to play? We have some ideas.

What $900 a month rents in Seattle right now

We found apartments from Shoreline to Beacon Hill... and they’re all microstudios.

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The remaking of Restoration Hardware

In the age of e-commerce, RH brands itself with high-end retail spaces and a membership program.

How to ride transit to the Washington State Fair from Seattle

You can do it at a trot, you can do it at a gallop, you can do it on a Sounder train.

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14 gorgeous waterfront campgrounds near Seattle

Take your tent on a beach vacation.

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10 dog-friendly hikes in and around Seattle

Take your best friends on some beautiful walks, from Discovery Park to Mount Si.

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The choice between rent control and pest control

The city’s high housing costs are not just a financial burden—for me, they were also dangerous.

Seattle starts the electric scooter process

The city has long resisted an electric scooter share—but is about to start catching up.

Vashon Island cottage comes with storybook cabin for $675K

Located on more than an acre, the home comes with trails, a stable, and plenty of space to garden.

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Where to buy houseplants in Seattle

Time to turn your home into a jungle

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Where to go stargazing near Seattle

With just a little planning, you can see some jaw-dropping skies. Here’s where to go and how to make the most of your trip.

Rainier Square skyscraper, set to be second-tallest in Seattle, reaches its full height

At 850 feet tall, it’s set to be the second-highest tower in all of Seattle—and as of last week, it already kind of is.