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Our Top To-do's for the Week of August 11-17

Phinneywood's Art Up takes it to the streets this Friday when Greenwood and Phinney avenues will be closed to traffic

Must Get Arty
Art Up Phinneywood
Friday (8/12) -
Phinneywood is shutting Greenwood/Phinney Avenue from N 67th Street to N 87th to cars for its neighborhood arts walk featuring work from local artists, live music, a farmers’ market and food ($5 happy hour menu all evening at Carmelita’s). Part of the City of Seattle’s Summer Streets program, bike, walk or bus to the festival for extra “street” cred. Free. 6 - 9 p.m. Read more »


Red Tricycle Recommends: Family Friendly Shows and Venues

Looking for a little more drama in your life? Share the magic and excitement of theater with your children.  Be sure to plan ahead because this season boasts a fantastic array of musicals, puppet shows, books brought to life, fables and new original works.  You’ll find shorter length, nap-time friendly performances for the younger theatergoers as well as engaging and fresh productions for older kids. Here is our list of Seattle’s best, family friendly shows and entertainment venues this season: Read more »


Our Top To-do's for the Week of August 4 - 10

Must Taste
Goi Thom Toui at Tamarind Tree
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Our Top To-do's for the Week of July 28 - August 3

See vintage portraits of Seattle's pre-World War II Japanese-American community on display at the Wing

Must Hang
Bellevue Festival of the Arts Read more »


Fuji Bakery Wants to Open a Third Location, Any Suggestions?

Since its opening in the summer of 2009, Fuji Bakery has delighted us with treats like the crisp, buttery green tea Danish and light, creamy brioche chocolat. Food editor Allison Scheff raved about Fuji in our February issue, and since then the accolades have been piling up.

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