Thursday, February 21, 2019

Tag Archives: In the know

Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery Announces its Grand Opening this Saturday
Ten years ago, West Seattle’s Jake Prendez fantasized of opening a cultural space devoted to the arts. Come this Saturday, February 2nd, his dream will become a reality. (more…)
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Pike Place MarketFront Expansion Update
PROJECT OVERVIEW For the first time in 40 years, our beloved Pike Place Market is growing with the “MarketFront,” which should be ready for the public in spring 2017 The Market-centric expansion will reclaim an underutilized surface parking lot on Western Avenue, and create a dynamic public plaza with views of Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains, table space for farmers, craftspeople and artisan purveyors, retail space, low-income housing, a neighborhood center and parking. (more…)
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New Cake Biz to Debut Pop Up at West Seattle’s Parliament Tavern This Thursday
Carrot Pineapple Brown Butter, Banana Rum, and S’mores. These are just some of Deep Sea Sugar & Salt’s delectable cake flavors you will find this Thursday, May 12th, at West Seattle’s Parliament Tavern. Gather your friends to enjoy a draft beer and munch on one (or two) cupcakes during the pub’s art exhibit, The Fancy Glovework: An Industrial Softball League (ISL) Artist Showcase, that will feature art in a variety of mediums by artists who participate in this league. Fig Cake (Photo credit: Mary Kalhor Photography) (more…)
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In the Know: The Do’s and Don’ts of the Eastside
The Eastside, particularly Bellevue, has a reputation and it’s not a positive one. Many people think of the Eastside as being cultureless with cookie-cutter chain restaurants and snobby, materialistic people driving Range Rovers and Teslas. However, while it may be true in a small way, that isn’t an entirely accurate or fair description. There’s so much more to the Eastside—don’t let a few stereotypes stop you from visiting! There are several great spots that Seattleites should consider crossing the bridge for (and a few places to avoid), you just need a little “In the Know”. (more…)
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City Fruit Cider Taste Fundraiser is November 12
5th Annual Cider Taste Fundraiser benefiting the 2016 harvest. City Fruit is hosting their annual Cider Taste Fundraiser on Thursday, November 12th. City Fruit is a Seattle non-profit that promotes the cultivation of urban fruit to nourish people, build community, and protect the climate. Urban fruit trees are all over Seattle, but the fruit often goes unused because people don’t know when to harvest or how to use it. City Fruit is reclaiming the “urban orchard” by showing people how to harvest what they need and to share the rest with others. (more…)
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IN THE KNOW: Seattle Lamb Jam is October 25
Calling all lamb lovers! The American Lamb Jam is an epic tasting event and competition that brings together talented local chefs to compete for your vote and the honor of Best Lamb Dish in Seattle. Joining the chefs will be local breweries, winemakers and other local food artisans serving up tasty treats. Between bites, attendees can watch butcher demos, play in the interactive photo booth, meet local shepherds and (more…)
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IN THE KNOW: Taste of Tulalip November 13-14
The 7th annual Taste of Tulalip. The Tulalip Resort Casino is hosting a star-studded food and wine festival November 13-14th. Executive Chef Perry Mascitti and Sommelier Tommy Thompson have spent the past year organizing a star-studded line-up of food, wine and traditional show-stopping entertainment for ticket (more…)
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IN THE KNOW: I Love Poke Festival is October 6
Hawaiian food festival features Sam Choy and local chefs! The I Love Poke Festival & Competition is coming to the Pacific Northwest on Tuesday, October 6th at The Stonehouse Cafe. This event is a celebration of Hawaiian food culture as well as a competition where chefs will face off against one another to compete for the title of “Best Poke.” Guests will have (more…)
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