Friday, May 22, 2015

Category Archives: Culture+Society

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Fighting Childhood Illness With Christmas Trees
The Seattle Festival of Trees allows you to decorate your home in a charitable way. What: This month, Seattle’s 33rd annual Festival of Trees Celebration will raise money for patients of Seattle Children’s Hospital. This year, the time-honored event will feature 20 designer Christmas trees on display. (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Classical Music With A Little Holiday Spirit
Ditch the kitsch and enjoy the symphony this yuletide season. If you’re looking for a fresh new way to enjoy the holidays — without constructing a gingerbread house or, once again, suffering through the local production of “It’s a Wonderful Life” — these spectacular winter concerts are the perfect accompaniment to a cold, snowy evening. (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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A copy of "Nevermind," autographed by the members of Nirvana
Rediscover Why “Everybody Loves Our Town”
The 90’s may be over, but grunge is just getting started (again). Twenty years after the release of “Nevermind,” Nirvana’s monumental breakthrough album, Seattle grunge still lives on. (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Sip, Snack And Stretch Your Legs In Woodinville
The Third Thursday Wine Walk is a fun, healthy reason to visit the Eastside. The trees let go of their colorful leaves to decorate your path. Wine glass in hand, you crunch your from one tasting to another. The chill in the air progressively bites less with each winery visit. Soon you’re warm and happy on a perfect fall day. (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Seattle Foodies, Meet The Book Larder
Fremont’s culinary-themed bookstore opens its doors — just in time for the holidays. What do you get when you mix cooks and books? The Book Larder – a combined bookstore and kitchen where cookbooks, classes, and chefs can be found. Since this is the time of year when cookbooks are released, The Book Larder is the perfect spot to grab the latest in culinary publishing for your holiday shopping list. (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Sexy Food: Oysters And Beaujolais, Oh My!
How to sexify your November with locally-sourced gustatory pleasures. Greetings! There are two upcoming events you should know about if you’re looking to spice up the month of November. (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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Slack Key Artists
A Taste Of The Tropics… In November
Ward off the Winter blues with the sound of the Islands at Seattle Slack key festival. If late autumn chilliness takes the spring out of your step, a visit to the  3rd Annual Seattle Slack Key Festival might be in order. Scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 13, this celebration of Hawaiian music, food and culture will have you ditching the winter coat and grabbing your ukulele on your way to Town Hall Seattle. (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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An Indoor Skydiving Playground For Seattleites
Take off at iFLY Seattle and learn the secrets to flight. Novelist Douglas Adams says there is a flair to flying. “The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss,” he wrote in his perennial classic, “The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.” (more…) Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email
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