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Five Back to School Cocktails

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A.J. Rathbun
Kamikaze cocktails: not just for college freshmen anymore

First off, none of these drinks are for children. These are for parents who may have had a little too much of the back-to-school bustle or for those who might be a bit sad about the kids leaving the nest. They also fit the bill for those who miss the experience of going back to school and who want to have a little nostalgic moment for those scholastic days in the past. The first three are to make at home, the last two to have out and about. Read more »

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Sneak Peek: Favorite Finds from the September Issue

Pop into sweet neighborhood shops, like Horseshoe in Ballard, this fall

Okay fine: Clocking in at a whopping 916 pages, Vogue may have us beat on page count this month. But after a four-month-long bop about town to “research” and compile our own September issue on the best neighborhood shops in the city, I can say this: Vogue ain’t got nothin’ on these local fall finds. So once you have finishing flipping through their epic tome (I’m on page 486, 3 days in and I haven’t actually read any of the articles yet), pick up a copy of Seattle mag, too, to guide you through the 15 best ‘hoods to shop those fall trends. Read more »

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Get Tickets to Seamless in Seattle 2012 Fashion Show

Thirty-two local emerging designers submitted their portfolios this summer to be considered for our annual fashion designer competition.

After several intensive rounds of judging and deliberation, five winners (and two runners-up) have emerged (read all about them here). Read more »

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Butcher Shop Cafe in Kenmore: Now Taking Requests

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Leslie Kelly

My beater Honda really should be adorned with a bumper sticker that reads: “I Brake For BBQ!” Read more »

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Ethan Stowell's Rione XIII is Now Open, So Says Facebook

By: 
Leslie Kelly
Chef Ethan Stowll serves guests in his newest restaurant

Rione XIII is now open. At least that’s what I read on Facebook.

Ethan Stowell’s latest – named for a neighborhood in Rome the well-traveled chef is particularly smitten with – might still have a hoop or two to jump through as far as final inspections go, but it was a busy weekend at this gorgeous-looking new space. Read more »

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