Monday, September 22, 2014
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Bristol Bay Sustainable Salmon was a hit with their salmon and recipes.
International Food Bloggers Taste Seattle

Food blogging has exploded over the last few years and people all over the world are sharing everything from their eating out experiences to their own at home recipes. This year’s International Food Bloggers Conference brought serious food writers from all over the world to learn about taking their hobby to the next level. (more…)
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Courtesy Luc and the Lovingtons
Ones to Watch: Luc & the Lovingtons

Local musicans launch a unique tour to spread the love Reading the news these days can be a real buzzkill; because of this, we cherish the rare feel-good stories even more. As an example, local group Luc and the Lovingtons are about to launch their revolutionary idea (more…)
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Frankie Valli
Music Madness: An Evening With Frankie Valli @ Chateau Ste Michelle

Frankie Valli is Just Too Good To Be True at Ste Michelle This Week! Who: After attending the uber successful Broadway musical Jersey Boys at the 5th Avenue a few years back, I downloaded the soundtrack before walking out of the theater, and fell in love with all of the hits my mother’s generation grew up on, all over again. You’ve bounced the balls of your feet to hits like Sherry and Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You at recent weddings this summer, and now you can see Frankie Valli in the flesh, perform at one of the summer’s final concerts at Cheateau Ste Michelle. Frankie Valli (more…)
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Photo by Olga Mash
Culture Dose: Passport Power

Seattle students get global exposure, thanks to a trip abroad with Learning AFAR “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.”~Mark Twain (more…)
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Photo by Corinne Whiting
Culture Dose: Pickathon 2014 Recap

An Oregon music fest enchants again, introducing us to some new favorite artists (several perform this weekend at Bumbershoot, too!) Photo by Corinne Whiting After year two of attending the Pickathon music festival in Happy Valley, Oregon, I know this much to be true: (more…)
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Seattle Street Food Festival

Next weekend, August 8-10, Cal Anderson Park in Capitol Hill will host over 50,000 people during the three-day food festival. The event offers free admission, is family-friendly, and will be a vibrant culinary experience with food trucks, pop-ups, beer gardens, and an urban craft fair. Every vendor (more…)
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Black Beauty Breed
Fantastic Films: Black Beauty Breed

Don’t Miss This Enlightening Documentary Screening on Thursday August 7th If Hollywood were any indication of what to expect in real life, we would believe boosting cars like Vin Diesel was cake, and having our vehicles morph into our best friend Optimus Prime at dusk was an average Tuesday night. If we know these cinematic dreams aren’t reality,  why is it that when we see an angry rottweiler attack the mailman on a sitcom, we laugh knowingly, and assume the bully breed got its name for a reason. Director/Producer Angie Ruiz created the documentary Black Beauty Breed to (more…)
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