Seth has lived in Seattle since 2011. He was born and raised in Billings, Mont., with collegiate pit stops in Spokane, Wash., and Syracuse (go Zags, though) along the way. You can probably run into him at a concert.
Where I live:
I live at Greenwood and Northgate, which basically means I can park on the street and get anywhere I want with relative ease as long as I avoid rush hour. It’s a quieter city life.
Best way to get around the city:
The buses and light rail are pretty effective (especially considering crazy-expensive downtown parking). We also have Lyft and Uber.
Don’t leave without having:
A trip to Pike Place Market. Although the fish-tossing is undeniably overrated, there are plenty of cool spots to find if you explore, including Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt, Beecher’s Handmade Cheese, Piroshky Piroshky, Pike Place Chowder and Unexpected Productions.
But the local favorite is really:
The University District farmers market on Saturdays and the Ballard farmers market on Sundays. Both of these ever-popular, year-round markets are chock-full of locally sourced produce and other goodies, bringing Seattle families out in droves each weekend.
If I moved, I’d most miss:
The local music (I attend 100-plus concerts each year). It’s the best fem-led punk/indie rock scene on the planet.