Food and Restaurant Columnist, Seattle Times
Seattle Times food columnist, KPLU food commentator
nytimes.com — The Village Voice continued to shed crucial parts of its staff as it was announced on Friday that Michael Musto, the paper's gossip columnist, and Robert Sietsema, its restaurant reviewer, have left the weekly paper. The news was first reported on the Web site Gawker.
seattletimes.com — Originally published Friday, May 17, 2013 at 5:30 AM Mark Harrison / The Seattle Times Brass Tacks straddles a corner of Airport Way South in Georgetown's rapidly gentrifying business district, but it would look right at home on Ballard Avenue. The red-trimmed corner storefront occupies a block-long, brick edifice called The Miller Building, date-stamped 1929.
blogs.seattletimes.com — It was known as the place to buy serious cookware from Le Creuset pots to Wusthof knives, from tongs to tea strainers. A generation of cooks sought out its staff for expert advice and eagerly awaited its big annual sales. But City Kitchens has closed its doors in downtown Seattle, after 25 years of selling [...]
topicfire.com — While it may not seem like it given my track record with burgers and pizzas, I'm a big advocate of healthy eating (mostly through the
wired.com — When Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer banned her employees from working at home earlier this year, she sparked a culture war over How We Work Today. "Speed and quality are often sacrificed when we work from home," the head of Yahoo HR wrote in a memo.
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - The Obama administration sought on Wednesday to revive legislation that would provide greater protections to reporters from penalties for refusing to identify confidential sources, and that would enable journalists to ask a federal judge to quash subpoenas for their phone records, a White House official said.
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