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An Edible Book Fest, Michio Kaku at Town Hall, Must-See Work at BAM and Burke

Owl oglers are lining up for the Burke Museum's hootastic exhibit

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Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan: Help Out by Dining Out

March 31
Dish it Up!
Ballard
$20 from Sushi-making class (with Hajime Sato of Mashiko Japanese in West Seattle) to benefit Red Cross 

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VIDEO: In the Woods with Lang Cook, Foraging for Stinging Nettles

Seattle magazine's Alex Kummerow and Dylan Priest ventured out into the wilderness to spend a day with local forager and author Langdon Cook. Join as he teaches us to identify, harvest, and prepare stinging nettles.

 

Foraging Stinging Nettles with Langdon Cook from Seattle magazine on Vimeo.

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A New Exhibit at Gage, Alvin Ailey at 5th Ave., All My Sons at Intiman and TASTE! Washington

Celebrate 50 years of “Revelations,” Alvin Ailey’s signature work at 5th Ave. this weekend

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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Read more »

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St. Patrick's Day, Nick Cave's Pop Up Shop, The Seattle Jewish Film Fest and More To-do's

Get your Soundsuit gear at Nick Cave's pop up shop at SAM through 6/5.

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Live Tunes at Conor Byrne
Ditch the green beer and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Seattle style with a drink live music at Ballard's Conor Byrne. Local vocalist Erin Mcmanee takes the stage from 3-7 p.m. and the alt-country tunes of Seattle boys, the Whisky Swillers from 9 p.m.-midnight. $10. 5140 Ballard Ave NW.  conorbyrnepub.com.

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Free Molly Moon’s in Madrona & Queen Anne Read more »

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