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Eileen Fisher’s Fall Cashmere Event

Bateau neck top in marled cashmere, $358

Oh, hi fall: it’s you. Nice to see you again, I guess. I suppose this means the rain is coming. Well, let’s focus on the positive. In addition to gray skies and drizzle, fall also means sweaters. Specifically cashmere sweaters, which are cozy, snuggly and all sorts of delicious.

On Saturday, September 21 local Eileen Fisher stores (downtown Seattle, University Village and Bellevue Square) are showing off their exclusive, limited edition line of cashmere pieces, designed specifically with fall in mind. Read more »

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The Must List: Pop-Up Parks, a Spooky Fashion Show & More

A look from Mark Mitchell's Burial exhibit

Must Park It
PARK(ing) Day

Friday (9/20, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.) — Parking spaces throughout the city will morph into lounge-worthy mini-parks chock full of activities, music and more for the city’s annual PARK(ing) Day. We especially recommend the artful approach in front of Seattle Art Museum. Read more »

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Fall Cocktails Perfect for Hayrack Rides

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A.J. Rathbun
The Late Date cocktail

Honestly, there aren’t enough hayrack rides (aka hayrides) anymore. At least I don’t think so. I grew up mainly in Kansas, and took my fair share of hayrack rides, so I could be biased. But come on! Riding around with a bunch of pals snuggled up on the back of a cart surrounded by hay bales? That’s a good time – especially if you have the right drink in a mug, flask or other beverage-holding device. If you can’t actually get on a hayrack ride this year, I suggest at least putting a couple bales in the backyard and making one of the following to honor the tradition. Read more »

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Walrus and Carpenter's Steak Tartare And The Joy Of Discovery

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Leslie Kelly

The joy of sharing is one of the many reasons I absolutely love going out to eat, especially when you’re in good company. Read more »

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Feasting Vicariously: Who to Follow at Feast PDX

This weekend, the biggest and best Northwest food festival is taking place in Portland. Seventy food media and at least that many star chefs--from Philly, New York City, Charleston, Austin, LA and Seattle--are taking over the Rose City for Feast Portland, a nonstop food blitz: tasting events, lectures, wine and beer events, collaborative dinners, and woah, are there some after-parties.

But if you're not already going, you're not going, since almost everything's sold out. Read more »

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