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Fashion+ Style: New spring releases from local designers, plus cash in on deals on Olivine

Despite what the weatherman is telling me about Sunday’s forecast, I definitely heard little birdies chirping this morning so I am now giving myself full license to think about spring clothing.

Two local designers recently released their new collections and I am particularly enamored: Read more »


Last Chance to Save the Washington State Film Incentive

SB 5539, the Washington state film incentive (Dana Standish wrote a great article about it for Seattle mag), a bill that would entice filmmakers and film studios to shoot more movies on location in Washington state (versus taking their proven economic benefits to our neighbors in Oregon and Canada), is in dire straits. Read more »


Seamless in Seattle 2012

2011 Seamless in Seattle honoree Kathy Sabin-mensah poses next to her designs for the September 2011 print spread that featured all the winners.

If you’re a Project Runway fan, you’ll love Seamless in Seattle. We’re combing the city for the best up-and-coming fashion designers hungry to change the face of local fashion. This year, we’re offering the winners big prizes, such as the chance to launch their line at a premier fashion event. Find complete details on the event below:

We are no longer accepting submissions. Applications were due Friday, June 1, 2012 Read more »

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The Must List, featuring Bluegrass, Pulled-Pork Pizza and Seattle's Best Oscar Party

MUST HEAR
Wintergrass
This annual bluegrass music festival is taking over the Hyatt Regency Bellevue for the entire weekend, jam-packing it with back-to-back concerts, workshops and impromptu jam sessions in every nook and cranny of the hotel. You can bring your axe and join in, or just meander through, listening to the sounds of a hundred mandolins strumming. Headliners include Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Tim O’Brien and Greensky Bluegrass. Note: 520 is closed all weekend. Detour appropriately. Read more »


PNB's Gorgeous Trailer for Upcoming New Works

I fell in love with the contemporary dance piece Cylindrical Shadows  long before it was finished. Choreographed by Colombian/Belgian Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, it debuted in Seattle at a Whim W'Him show in January 2011. Read more »


Seeking Singles to Feature in Seattle Magazine

Update! We've gotten almost more nominations than we have time to process. Thank you for sending us info about your single friends (and, in some cases, your single selves). We have begun our review process and will soon begin reaching out to nominees we'd like to feature in the magazine (no one will be featured without consent). In the meantime, please don't send any more submissions! Thanks so much for reading. - Seattle mag editors Read more »


7 Family-Friendly Brewpubs in Seattle

You don’t have to save a trip to one of Seattle’s best breweries for date night anymore! Lucky for Seattle beer-loving parents, there are plenty of spots around the city to take your little ones and enjoy a brew. A couple of tips for a family-friendly trip to a brewery – order rootbeer for the little ones, it’s typically brewed in-house and very tasty. Also, don’t forget to get a growler of your favorite brew to go – perfect for enjoying once the kiddos are in bed! Read more »


A Toast to Knute Berger: Best Space Needle Tour Guide Ever

There are two ways to visit the Space Needle: one as a casual observer, mooning over views of Elliott Bay, exploring the checkerboard of Belltown rooftops, and thinking to yourself: Huh. 99 looks really small from up here.

The other—and probably the best possible way—is in the company of writer and Seattle history buff Knute Berger. Give him half an hour and your mouth will soon be gaping in dumb shock as he describes from memory the 78th bizarre moment of history that happened in the very carpeted vestibule in which you are standing. “Bill Cosby did what?” 

We’ll come back to that.

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Downton Abbey - PBS' Hit Show - Has a Seattle Connection

 Seattle fans of the PBS show Downton Abbey are pushing it to ever higher ratings.
The show is so popular in the Seattle area, KCTS is consistently the No. 1 or No. 2 PBS station in the country for "Abbey" ratings. Last Sunday's two-hour episode was second only to the Grammy Awards in the Seattle market.

The brother of Abbey actress Elizabeth McGovern lives in Seattle, and he understands the show's appeal.

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Seattle Rep Announces Next Season, Featuring 'War Horse'

Seattle Rep is celebrating its 50th anniversary next season (September 2012-May 2013), and the theater has booked a trio of plays to represent a half-century of producing timeless classics, new works and big hits. It will be very interesting to see how they tackle the puppet master magic that made War Horse such a hit on London's West End.

Here's the lineup of shows as described in today's press release:

Pullman Porter Blues Read more »


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