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Fashion + Style Friday: A Fashionable Flea Market, the GQ Challenge and Quirky Goods Made in Ballard

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It’s Seafair weekend! It’s sunny! Summer has arrived! As you go out and about this weekend, I’ve got three fashion-savvy tidbits for you to log away in your noggin: Read more »


I Can Haz Cheezburger CEO Ben Huh Lands on GQ’s Worst-dressed List— and He’s Rallying for a Recount

You know, some people might take it personally. But when Ben Huh, CEO of Seattle-based ICanHasCheezburger.com popped up as the number 10 offender on GQ’s worst-dressed men of Silcon Valley list this month, he took the honor in classic good humor— and then issued the publication a challenge. Read more »


For Your Sunny-day Pleasure: Waterskiing's Insane Little Brother, Wakeboarding

Wakeboarding on Lake Sammamish
You know you want to do this.

If you've picked up our August issue ("The Water Issue"), you already know that there are now multiple ways to get dragged around behind a boat. Waterskiing too tame? Get airborne (and possibily inverted!) on a wakeboard. Or just watch other people do it. Read more »

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Viaduct for Dummies: Link to a Terrific History of the Kerfuffle

Alaskan Way Viaduct

Came across this excellent history of the deep-bore tunnel dispute by David Brewster of Crosscut. If you've lost the thread of this epic, city-wide debate while freeting over the debt ceiling, this will help bring you back on track.

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The Bourbon Buzz: How to Score the New Dry Fly

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Cody Bay

There's a whole lot of to-do about this Saturday's Seattle release of Dry Fly Bourbon, which is being billed as "the first-ever commercially produced bourbon in Washington State." Half of the limited-release production of 480 bottles hit the streets last week in Spokane, where Dry Fly is based. Dry Fly distiller Patrick Donovan tells me that when he showed up for work that morning at 6 a.m., there was already a line of 200 people at the door and every $65 bottle was gone within two hours. Read more »