Thursday, December 13, 2018
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Madewell’s Mobile Holiday Pop-Up Stops in Seattle this weekend

Madewell’s Personalization Station, a mobile pop-up holiday gift shop is stopping in Seattle tomorrow, Friday 12/14 through Sunday 12/16, just in time for the holiday season! (more…)
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December Cocktails at the Iconic Smith Tower

Smith Tower, built in 1914, is the original skyscraper in Seattle, and was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River at the time. It has remained a cultural icon of the city, offering breathtaking panoramic views and spectacular architectural beauty.  (more…)
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The Daily Show’s Gina Yashere live at the Neptune on Dec 13

Originally from The UK, Gina Yashere broke onto the American comedy scene on NBC’s Last Comic Standing where she made it to the final 10 and never went back home! Since then she’s been named a Top 10 rising talent by the Hollywood Reporter and become the British correspondent on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. (more…)
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Steps from Pike Place, The Hart and The Hunter Brings Southern-Inspired Food to Seattle

Housed in the Palihotel, The Hart and The Hunter brings Southern-inspired food and upscale diner vibes to the Pike Place Market area. Palihotel Seattle is Palisociety’s first property outside of Los Angeles, and the brand’s second outpost of its signature The Hart and The Hunter restaurant. The four-story property that houses the hotel and restaurant was originally the Colonnade Hotel at its inception in 1900. (more…)
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A special screening of Return to Mount Kennedy on Sunday, December 9th at Cinerama

As Return to Mount Kennedy continues to make its way to festivals around the world including a February 2019 screening at the Boulder International Film Festival and a March 2019 screening at the DCEFF – the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. The team behind the film including Jim Whittaker, Leif Whittaker, Bob Whittaker, Eric Becker, and Eddie Vedder (who contributed original music to the documentary) are gathering together again on December 9th for a special Seattle screening of Return to Mount Kennedy at the iconic Seattle Cinerama.  (more…)
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Ballard welcomes Papas Hot Potatoes, a baked potato restaurant

Who doesn’t love a good baked potato? They remind me of childhood, but I haven’t had one in years. Off the top of my head, I’d be hard-pressed to name a restaurant that serves baked potatoes. It’s probably a safe bet to guess a steak house? Upon hearing about Papas Hot Potatoes, my love for baked potatoes was rekindled and we quickly made plans within the week to check it out.  (more…)
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New Cannabis Infused Facial Oil is So Seattle

Herbivore Botanicals releases Emerald, a new facial oil made with weed Photo courtesy of Herbivore Botanicals When I heard local beauty gurus Herbivore Botanicals was releasing a new skincare product made with cannabis, I wasn’t surprised. That’s so Seattle. Many other beauty companies have been using CBD (Do yourself a favor and get a Kush Queen bath bomb – your welcome) to soothe aches and pains and enhance relaxation for some time, but I love supporting local and was excited to learn why Herbivore decided to dabble with cannabis.  (more…)
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Hotel Happenings: Sheraton Writes its Next Chapter

Sheraton hotels enhance guests’ experiences, from Seattle to Sydney This October, Sheraton Grand Seattle—located in the heart of downtown—hosted a week-long celebration to mark the completion of its stunning, multi-million-dollar transformation and to make announcements about the entire brand’s exciting revamp. The only U.S. destination on Sheraton’s “Heart for the City” experiential global tour, this iconic Seattle hotel (that boasts three decades of history within the community) seemed like a natural fit. (more…)
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