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Behind the Scenes at Intiman's First Rehearsal

Seattle mag got a chance to sit in on the very first rehearsal for the Intiman's upcoming summer festival of shows this morning. Being the type of event at which everyone wears name-tags, we didn't see much in the way of rehearsing. But we did hear a lot about the four plays (directed by Allison Narver, Valerie Curtis-Newton, Dan Savage and Andrew Russell). We also learned who would be acting in them.

Unfortunately, I can't tell you about any of that. It's all very top secret still. Read more »

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Learn How to Make Locatails (Local Cocktails) this Summer at the Pantry at Delancey

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A.J. Rathbun

Gather 'round, Seattleites! I’m teaching a cocktail class July 20 & 21 -- same class twice -- at the effervescent and ebullient Pantry at Delancey, where the drinks are delicious, the snacks are snacktastic, and the staff is stellar. Read more »

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Ramen Obsessed? Reserve a Spot at Bo Ramen, Popping-Up This Month

Having a little late breakfast with my young son yesterday at the always delicious Geraldine's (I've said it before and I'll say it again: the ricotta pancakes with strawberries are better than any other pancakes in town), I happened to pick up a flyer for Bo Ramen. Read more »

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Locally-made Documentary "Sonicsgate" to Debut Nationally on CNBC

Did you experience any of the following emotions when the Seattle Supersonics left our town for Oklahoma City? Read more »

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Time for a Food-cation: Three Upcoming Events

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Cody Bay

Spring! Creative juices really begin flowing this time of year and the enjoyment of food and beverage begins turning up in all sorts of new and wonderful places. Here are a few upcoming events that really exemplify that spirit.

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NFFTY, a New Space Needle Menu and a Class Just for Adults

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NFFTY - National Film Festival for Talented Youth
See more than 200 documentaries, shorts and features by filmmakers ages 22 and younger at this three-day film fest, which showcases work from around the world. Plus, new this year: the Film Expo (4/27-4/28; Seattle Center Exhibition Hall) is an opportunity for budding filmmakers to attend panels and network with film-industry professionals, organized in conjunction with the World’s Fair “Next 50” celebration. Read more »

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Splurge-Worthy Escapes Perfect for Seattle Moms

We all know that a little R&R with our girlfriends is the golden ticket to staying sane during the madness that is motherhood. With Mother's Day around the corner, we can't think of a better way to celebrate being a mom than by splurging on one of these five sweet escapes with your fave gal pals. After all, the amount of hours you've spent watching the kids while hubby was golfing, traveling for business, or at work, pretty much entitles you to a little girls-only time -- we're talking sleeping in past 8:00am, mani pedis, and of course, bubbly. Read more »

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Tickets for Zoo Tunes 2012 Go On Sale Friday

This Friday (April 27), tickets go on sale for the annual Zoo Tunes concert series, always staged on a grassy lawn at Woodland Park Zoo. From a young virtuoso ukelele player to long-time crooner Melissa Etheridge touting a new album, the artists this year (as always) represent a good mix, if you like folk, country, jazz or world music. Read more »

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Special Menu Gathers Notable Seattle Chefs at the Space Needle

Seattle magazine is the media sponsor for the Space Needle's 50th Anniversary celebration (ongoing through October). And we're glad to help spread the word about the "tastiest" event they've come up with since since their local brewery competition. Read more »

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King 5: Governor Gregoire Sparks Washington/California Wine Face-Off

You could say that Washington Governor Chris Gregoire has started a war of wine words.
On Monday, while announcing funding for a new $5 million wine research center in Richland, she uncorked a story about a recent trade mission to Europe.

“Someone asked me what about California wine, and I said they make jug wine. We make fine wine!” Her comment drew cheers and laughter. Read more »

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