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June Issue Sneak Peek! Bite Into Spring with Perfect Pea Vines

Celebrate spring with Tilikum Place Cafe's peavine salad

We just finished up the June issue here at Seattle magazine and one story that's sticking to my tastebuds involves pea vines, those oh-so springtime delicacies that so capably kick up plain pastas and spring bread salads into warm weather shape. Throughout the city, chefs are dreaming up tasty ways to use freshly shucked peas and pea vines. Read more »

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Camogie: Meet the Women of this New-to-Seattle Sport

Thanks for visiting seattlemag.com. We're hard at work producing our video on one of Seattle's coolest new sport. Check back in a few days when we'll our video live. Apologies for the delay!

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Two Local Film Fests, Marination Station, Regina Chang's New Vintage Furniture Shop and More Top To-do's

Feed your kalbi taco and spam slider cravings at Marination Mobile’s new brick and mortar location.

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Space Needle Writer-in-Residence: Knute Berger Lands the Coolest Gig Ever!

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Seattle magazine's editor-at-large checking out new digs as Space Needle Writer-in-Residence.

This just in! Knute Berger, Seattle mag's editor-at-large and expert on all things Pugetopolis has landed the coolest gig ever: Space Needle Writer-in-Residence. As part of the 50th anniversary of the Seattle Center landmark, Knute (or "Skip" as he's known here around the office) has been commissioned to write the Needle's official history. Read more »

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Langdon Cook at Hugo House, "This" at Seattle Rep and more Top To-do's for the Week

See country crooner Zoe Muth at Columbia City Theater this Saturday

Langdon Cook at Richard Hugo House
Wednesday (4/27) -
As part of the monthlong poetry celebration at Hugo House, famed forager and Seattle mag columnist Langdon Cook will crack open the oyster chapter of his book, Fat of the Land, while Seattle poets Martha Silano, Kevin Craft and Kate Lebo share odes to sausages, pies and other reasons to eat poetic. $10–$15. Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave.; 206.322.7030; hugohouse.org

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