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Red Tricycle's Summer Camp Guide 2012

Hard to believe it's not even Spring Break yet, but Summer Camp sign-up is in full swing!

Why do you need to sign-up now? So you (and the kiddos) don't miss out on some totally awesome summer camps, including soccer, ballet, swimming and science! Kinda makes you wish you were a kid again, doesn't it? Read more »

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The Must List, featuring Lindsay Fuller, a New Literary Fest and Carhartts

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OMG! Hunger Games-Themed Trophy Cupcakes!

 

 

 

Hunger Games cupcakes!

Hunger Games cupcakes!

They're chocolate cupcakes with vanilla buttercream (unless you special order them with your favorite flavor; minimum order of a dozen), and they'll be available at all Trophy Cupcakes locations through Sunday.

That is all.

[Ed's note: And may the odds be ever in your flavor...I mean favor.]

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Spring Cocktails: 4 Aperitifs to Enjoy Before Dinner

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A.J. Rathbun

As many know, an aperitif is a drink taken before dinner. It may have been invented by the Frenchman Joseph Dubonnet in 1846, as one story goes, or, if you travel farther south through Europe, by Antonio Benedetto Carpano in 1786 when he invented sweet vermouth. I believe, though, that the practice of having a slight sip to start those gastronomic juices flowing goes back even farther. Read more »

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The Monarch’s Tales: Model Call and Shoe Designs for Luly Yang’s Couture Show

As the team at Luly Yang Couture approaches the month-to-show mark next week, the fabulous social media manager Andrew Hoge sent me a quick recap of their week complete with a juicy peek at some fabric being used in the April 27 couture show. Read more »

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Capitol Hill's The Chapel Converted to Pine Box, or Beer Heaven

Seattle mag's favorite beer expert Kendall Jones got a sneak peek at the Pine Box, scheduled to open Monday, March 26. The beer-focused bar has taken over the former funeral home which until last year, housed the Chapel. Beer nerds like Kendall are sure to be in heaven:

From Kendall's Washington Beer Blog: Read more »

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Biscuits and Layer Cakes: The Scoop On the Wandering Goose, Opening Late Spring

At long last, the empty corner space that once housed Tilden (403 15th Ave. E) is being reborn as a Southern-tinged breakfast and lunch spot, The Wandering Goose.

Owner Heather Earnhardt was co-owner (with Erika Burke) of the warm, inviting Volunteer Park Café from 2007 until last year; fans know how down-home yummy the food is there; I've got a special weakness for the figgy maple scones. Read more »

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Transportation Tidbit: Only You Can Report Potholes!

If you've ever dropped a tire into a spine-rattling pothole, you understand why SDOT's stated goal is to "repair potholes within three business days of receiving a report." The city's three roving "Pothole Ranger" crews fill about 10,000 potholes every year. To see if your favorite local pothole is slated for repair, visit SDOT's handy pothole map. Read more »

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4 Cocktails for a Classy St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

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A.J. Rathbun

For reasons that have to do generally with a love of the Irish people combined with a love of any excuse to cut loose, St. Patrick’s day in the United States has become more than a bit synonymous with quaffing a few (or more than a few) drinks with pals. Read more »

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