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NW According to Owls and Woodpeckers

Join award-winning photographer Paul Bannick on a visual journey to iconic Northwest habitats as utilized by owls and woodpeckers. Bannick will discuss--and show-- how owls and woodpeckers define and enrich their habitat and how their life histories are intertwined. Discovery Park Environmental Learning Center, 3801 W. Government Way, Seattle 98199. $5 suggested donation. For more info, call 206.386.4236.


Fashion & Style Friday: Swinging by Deli

Deli is a clothing store, but designed to resemble a deli with shirts folded neatly on bakery racks and all t-shirt purchase are rolled and wrapped to look like sub sandwiches. The menswear shop carries contemporary couture brands which are otherwise hard to find in Seattle. Check out the California-based B:Scott menswear brand (shirts, $68) which is also suitable for women thanks to their XXS sizes or the Obey line with super-soft t-shirt/tank dresses ($49). Read more »


The Weekly Must List: March 11 - 17

MUST IMBIBE
Cheap Beer and Prose
Thursday (3/11)
• Tired of stodgy lit readings? Grab a $1 beer and hear fresh work by local writers--including the phenomenal Bret Fetzer and Stacey Levine--at the new spin-off series by the folks who brought you Cheap Wine and Poetry. It was standing room only at the last event, so get there early! 7 p.m. Free. Richard Hugo House cheapwineandpoetry.com



The Weekly Must List: March 11 - 17

MUST IMBIBE
Cheap Beer and Prose
Thursday (3/11)
• Tired of stodgy lit readings? Grab a $1 beer and hear fresh work by local writers--including the phenomenal Bret Fetzer and Stacey Levine--at the new spin-off series by the folks who brought you Cheap Wine and Poetry. It was standing room only at the last event, so get there early! 7 p.m. Free. Richard Hugo House cheapwineandpoetry.com Read more »


North Cascades Institute Posts 2010 Offerings

/The non-profit North Cascades Institute just released its 2010 program schedule, and as usual, there are some great offerings for those who like to get outdoors and explore the world around us. Read more »