The Chef in the Hat on Seattle's Food Scene

The man behind Luc and Loulay talks about Emerald City cuisine and what visitors should eat.

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Checking Out: The Vaudevillians at Seattle Repertory Theatre

The Seattle Repertory Theatre is starting their 2014/2015 season on a high note (sometimes a really high note) with "The Vaudevillians," a caberet-style drag show starring...

Seattle's Public Art

Seattle loves its art so much we’ve even made hatch covers into artwork (watch for them when exploring downtown—there are a variety of designs). Nearly every library, public building and park has some kind of artwork. Here, a few to check out around town.

Haunted Seattle: 8 Halloween Experiences for a Good Scare

Celebrate Halloween in Seattle with ghost tours, zombie farms, haunted houses and corn mazes.

State of the Art

Digging into Seattle's art scene.

Heart of Glass: 6 Spots for Glass Art in Seattle

Seattle's art scene heats up with a bevy of hot shops and glass galleries.

Signed Henry: Talking to Artist Ryan Henry Ward

He signs his pieces simply, "Henry," and if you walk around Seattle, you’re going to run into one of them. Ward’s colorful murals can be found on garage doors, in restaurants, on the sides of buildings and even on vehicles. He spoke to Where about when he started painting, his favorite spots to...

Hunting for Henrys: 11 Murals in Seattle

Ryan Henry Ward has been called Seattle's most prolific muralist. His work can be found across the city, but the largest concentration is in and around Seattle's...