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Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Stefanie:

‘Nomadland’ wins big, and a full list of winners from the 93rd Academy Awards

Follow this post for a full list of nominees from the 93rd Academy Awards Sunday April 25 in Los Angeles. This post will be updated throughout the ABC broadcast with winners for every category. → Read More

Super Bowl will be shown on KIRO-CBS after all, as AT&T/DirecTV and Cox reach agreement

AT&T/DirecTV announced Sunday morning that it has reached a multiyear transmission agreement with Cox Media Group. So DirecTV customers in the Seattle area will now be able to watch the Super Bowl on KIRO-CBS this afternoon. → Read More

Crispy phyllo dough steals the show in the Pantry Kitchen’s ‘Entree Challenge’

We asked Seattle Times readers to make an entree out of phyllo dough, a can of beans, dried fruit and kale for the latest iteration of our Pantry Kitchen Challenge. Here are the 12 best submissions we received. Bon appétit! → Read More

The Pantry Kitchen’s ‘Weeknight Challenge’ yields stuffed squash recipes and many unexpected gems

In Round 1 of Season 2 of the Seattle Times Pantry Kitchen Challenge, we gave Seattle Times readers 30 minutes prep time and asked you to make something yummy with... → Read More

Do these vegetarian TikTok recipes live up to the hype? We taste-tested to tell you

Hello my fellow kids. These foods are super lit. But, do they live up to the hype? We tested the recipes so you don't have to! Though in some cases, you may want to! → Read More

Restaurants? Libraries? Sports? Here’s when things in Washington might reopen according to Inslee’s 4-phase plan

Gov. Jay Inslee has released a four-phase plan to guide the reopening of Washington's economy and amenities. Here's an estimate of when things will start to open back up. → Read More

Where in Seattle can you watch the movies that won Oscars in 2020?

The academy has spoken, and the awards have been handed out. "Parasite" was the surprise darling of the 2020 Oscars, bagging four Academy Awards on Sunday night, including Best Picture. Now that the dust has settled, here's a look at... → Read More

LIVE: A full list of 2020 Oscars winners, updated in real time

As expected, Brad Pitt took the Oscar for best supporting actor. But who else will take home gold statuettes tonight? Check back here for live updates. → Read More

Brewery Battle

Follow along our beer bracket as we search for Seattle's most popular brewery — we'll announce the winner on Oct. 13 → Read More

For delectable Korean fried-chicken bites in a nifty to-go cup, come to Chicglet in Seattle’s University District

If "Chicglet" looks like an awkward made-up word, that's because it is. But it perfectly encapsulates all that's good to eat at this U District stop: pork and chicken bites... → Read More

For customizable ramen bowls and a uniquely smoky-spicy ramen, Redmond’s Hong Noodle is worth a visit

Redmond has a new ramen spot — think of Hong Noodle as the Chipotle or Mod Pizza of ramen joints because its ramen bowls are fully customizable. Also, if you... → Read More

A never-ending quest for the perfect Seattle ramen

As part of a quest to find her Seattle ramen home, our writer tests two new ramen shops, Menya Musashi Niten Ichiryu on Capitol Hill and Engimono Ramen in Northgate. How did the tonkotsu and the tonkatsu stack up? → Read More

‘Everything fresh:’ In Edmonds, a Hawaiian poke spot with a serious mission

At Ono Poke on busy Edmonds Way, Steven Ono aims to serve some of the region's freshest Hawaiian-style poke. → Read More

Watch: Seahawks set new NFL standard for TD celebrations with this choreographed dance

After Jaron Brown's opening-drive TD against the Chargers, Seattle’s receivers launched into a choreographed dance that looked like something out of a 90s boyband music video. → Read More

Meet Seattle sports’ newest power couple: Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe

Since Sue Bird revealed last summer that she's dating Megan Rapinoe, the two Seattle sports stars have becoming an iconic couple within the LGBTQ community. Here's a glimpse at what life is like for them. → Read More

WSU coach Mike Leach tweets fake Barack Obama video, stirs up a Twitter storm

Mike Leach tweeted a Barack Obama video on Sunday saying he wanted to open a discussion about government control. But the video proved to be a fake, and the backlash has been severe. → Read More

Huskies softball team downs Minnesota to win Seattle Regional

Washington dispatched Minnesota 5-2 Sunday at Husky Softball Stadium to win the NCAA softball Seattle Regional and advance to the Super Regional where they’ll face Alabama next weekend. → Read More

Seahawks NFL draft bios: A closer look at the seven players Seattle drafted on Day 3

To hear John Schneider and Pete Carroll talk, the Seahawks loved all their draft picks, but they really, really like Texas punter Michael Dickson. → Read More

The analysts approve: NFL draft grades on the Seahawks’ pick of USC DL Rasheem Green are rosy

The national NFL draft analysts were much more positive about the Seahawks' pick of Rasheem Green than they were about Seattle drafting Rashaad Penny in the first round. → Read More

Get to know USC DL Rasheem Green, the Seahawks’ third-round draft pick

The Seahawks went offense in the first round, but opted to go for defense in the third, selecting Rasheen Green out of USC with the 79th overall pick. → Read More