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Sounders Fans Are Turning Heads

A recent article in ESPN's The Mag compares the energy and devotion of Sounders fans to the notorious supporters of English football clubs. The writer also seems surprised that a soccer team is doing so well financially in an American city: Read more »

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A Favorite Look from New Line at NuBe Green

Wouldn't this outfit look great on any chic Oddfellows waitress? Appropriate, since all the models in NuBe Green's Odd Love fashion show on May 4 were employees from the Oddfellows building (Molly Moon's scoopers included). Get a sneak peek at other designs from the show via NuBe Green's Facebook page. They're all from a NuBe Green's intriguing new spring/summer line of women's wear. Read more »

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New Lunch Spot (and Bar), the Blu Grouse, Now Open in Georgetown

Not only do south-end eaters have the just-opened Cafe con Leche (aka, the reinvented Paladar Cubano) serving up Cubano sandwiches, and the slick-looking Sodo Kitchen at Starbucks for new lunch options (not to mention my longtime standbys Maruta Shoten and Hudson Diner), now there's one more place to check out: The Blu Read more »

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Our Top SIFF Film Picks! Think Local

Jason Biggs and Joel David Moore star in "Grassroots"

SIFF! Is! Here! So much indie film goodness... it's overwhelming, isn't it? One way to make the SIFFxperience more manageable is to go locavore—plan to see as many of the locally produced films as possible. Read more »

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Laughing at Lauren Weedman, Opening Night at SIFF and Other Musts for Your Calendar

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Lauren Weedman’s New Show

Opens Thursday (5/17-5/19) - Hilarious performer (and Almost Live alum) Lauren Weedman presents her new one-woman show, SRO: Single Room Occupancy, a true story about the strange life she once lived in Seattle—involving lawn maintenance, sexual misadventures and horror films. Read more »

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