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Bar Sajor's Edouardo Jordan Nominated for 'People's Best New Chef 2014'

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Julien Perry

Food & Wine has come out with its list of The People’s Best New Chef 2014 nominees, and the only nod for Seattle comes in the form of Bar Sajor’s Edouardo Jordan. Last year, four local chefs made the cut. Read more »

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Wedlocks: Pamper, Party, Repeat

Get your bridal beauty plan set at Wedlocks

Event planner Kelli Bielma (Shindig Events) and makeup artist Megan Bingham (OffWhite Hair & Makeup) are gearing up for the second annual Wedlocks event, happening on March 30 (NOTE: new date) from noon to 4 p.m. at the Columbia Tower Club, in tandem with their wedding showcase, As You Wish, from 4 to 6 p.m. Read more »

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Mossback Monday: A New Seattle Nickname, Getting Drunk at Starbucks and News on Earthquakes

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Knute Berger
Soon, you'll be able to drink more than coffee at Starbucks
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Rhodies are in Bloom, and on Sale, this Weekend on Whidbey Island

Rhodies at Whidbey's Meerkerk Gardens

Meerkerk Gardens' (Green Bank, 3531 Meerkerk Lane, off Resort Road; 360.678.1912 or 360.222.0121) kicks off its spring opening day this weekend, 3/22-23, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

And as well as deals on a wide variety of hybrid, species and heritage rhododendrons, the nursery, which boasts 10 acres displaying our state flower (some already in bloom), is offering 15 percent off on select hybrids from Whidbey Island's own world-renowned "hybridizer" Frank Fujioka. Read more »

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Bakery Pop-Up Round-Up: Coyle's Bakeshop, Marcella's Pastries at Satay

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Julien Perry

And now, some bakery pop-up news.

First, newcomer Tracy Marcella has left her job as the breakfast chef at the Chelsea Station Inn to helm a new pastry pop-up at Satay in Wallingford. She tells me the partnership started as a friendship between her and the owners.  Read more »

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