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Madeline Ewing

City Editor, SEAtoday

Madeline is based in Seattle, WA, with roots in the Midwest and France. They reported local news for lifestyle magazines, business journals, and broadcast TV. They love to get lost in Seattle’s best flea markets and bookstores.

Dinner with strangers sounds intimidating — that’s why City Editor Madeline tried Timeleft first so we could tell you what’s up.
What was Seattle like at the turn of the millennium? We took a look back at the final year of the 20th century to see what life was like pre-Y2K.
Seattle Storm guard Jewell Loyd will be joining the 2024 USA Basketball Women’s National Team for the Olympic Games in Paris.
Central District is one of Seattle’s main hubs for the Black community + served as a landing place for Scandinavian, Japanese, and German-Jewish settlers.
The two local theatre companies both unanimously approved the exploration of a merger — here’s what we know.
The giant mural between Pike Place and Elliott Bay brings attention to restoration efforts and preservation.
Enjoy some community events or give back to local nonprofits for this year’s commemoration of Juneteenth.
Here are some storm resources to help prepare for potential emergency situations + get the aid you need in the wake of severe weather conditions.
Here are the Seattle Pride events coming up, from drag brunches to Queer club nights to volunteer opportunities.
Created by Seattle pizza company Zeeks Pizza and Oregon’s Ferment Brewing, this collaborative PNW-inspired beer will be available to take home in seasonal tallboy cans — check out the story behind the popular brew.
Looking for a room with a sunset view? These gem’s in the Emerald City offer the perfect setting for when the sun goes down.
Don’t know much about what he brings to the hockey rink? Here’s a brief history of the Stanley Cup-winning Dan Bylsma and his career so far.
We’ll be toasting to the bountiful beverage industry across Seattle, WA from Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26, 2024.
Here’s the deal — the thrift and vintage shopping scene in Seattle has great finds. These are your must-see stops for a perfect haul.
As part of the Seattle International Film Festival, these films were recognized as crowd favorites with Golden Space Needle Awards.
New restaurant Ramie — owned by the same folks behind popular Bainbridge spot Ba Sa — is opening in Capitol Hill on Wednesday, May 22, serving up neighborhood Vietnamese eats.
Seattle Beer Week runs Friday, May 17-Friday, May 24, offering specials + deals on pints, flights, and good vibes all around.
Read up on the couple’s latest moves in the community and what to expect for the upcoming Pride parade.
The iconic Ben Bridge Jeweler clock is back and better than ever in front of a new flagship storefront.
This is your guide to each Seattle neighborhood’s street food scene — from food trucks to corner stores.
The new protected intersection at Thomas Street and Dexter Avenue North in South Lake Union is opening — the first of its kind, and likely not the last.
The snowboard and skate shop from Oregon is celebrating its arrival in Seattle with weekend festivities, an open skate sesh, and more.
Enjoy the weather from a patio, rooftop, or waterfront location in Seattle.
Why let the young ones have all the fun? Here are a few summer programs + workshops for the adults who are kids at heart.
Looking for ways to stay in the loop? Here are some great accounts to follow on Instagram, recommended by SEAtoday’s subscribers and followers.
Whether your kid is the next Picasso or a budding Neil deGrasse Tyson, there are plenty of ways to get them engaged at Seattle’s summer camps.
Here are the highlights on the 12 BIPOC-, Woman-, and LGBTQIA-owned small businesses selected for Visit Seattle’s partnership program.
In addition to the international rowing competition, you’ll also get to enjoy the Seattle Yacht Club’s opening day parade and the Windermere’s Party on the Cut.
The coast rhododendron, which was picked as a state symbol in 1892, can be found throughout Seattle’s neighborhoods and parks.
Pack your reusable shopping bags, because we’ve rounded up 12 farmers markets across King County.