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Tickets Now on Sale for Seamless in Seattle Fashion Show

Mark your fashion datebook, people: On August 29th the five winning designers from our 2012 Seamless in Seattle competition will hit the runway for our second annual Seamless in Seattle Fashion Show.

Here are our lucky winners and their designs (you’ll just have to wait until show time to find out who takes home the awards for the Best Emerging and Best Student Designer):

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Summer Road Trip: Trekking with Kids to Glacier National Park

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Roddy Scheer

Here I sit on the veranda at Glacier Park Lodge, watching the ever restless clouds dance along the spires and humps of Glacier National Park, the whole scene lit by the warm rays of the late afternoon “golden hour.” I can relate to those fast-moving clouds; in fact I feel like one of them as my two kids and I are in the middle of a 1,500 mile “school’s out” odyssey-by-van from Seattle into the wilds of Montana. Read more »

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The Four Emotional Food Groups of the Olympics

Because the closest most of us will ever get to competing in the Olympics is eating in front of a television. Round out your Olympics-watching experience with these tantalizing food groups.
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Matthew Lewis Shows Us 'Where He's At' with Roux

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Leslie Kelly
Where Ya At Matt owner Matthew Lewis

It’s getting so close, we can almost taste the etouffee.

Matthew Lewis – the spicy guy behind the Creole-riffic truck Where Ya At Matt – is on the verge of opening his new brick-and-mortar place in Fre-lingford.

Roux has been a work in progress since March, when a major renovation began of the old Buckaroo Tavern, just down the block from the ever-swamped Paseo. Read more »

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What Happens When You Mix Shakespeare with Gilligan's Island?

Coming to an island near you: cross-dressing hilarity

Wooden O's mixing it up again this summer, this time stranding Shakespeare's shipwrecked twins Sebastian and Viola on a happenin', hipster spring-break island, complete with straggly palms, a motorboat and beach loungers.
Not since their beloved 2006 production of Taming of the Shrew—set in a trailer park—has the company so embraced a re-setting, or allowed itself such leeway in goofing on the sacred Shakespearean script. Read more »

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