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Caribbean Lime Halibut

(The band gets a gig in Pasco?)
Marinate wild halibut in lime ginger and garlic; reduce the remaining marinade to a nice glaze after cooking the fish and everyone at the table sing hallelujah after every bite. Printable recipe? Click here.  Read more »

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Save the date for the first-ever Seamless in Seattle Fashion Show

Last year's Seamless winner Heilyke makes her debut at Fashion First; this year all 10 finalists will take part in our fashion show

If you follow me on Twitter you know I’ve been a bit cryptic lately because I have a big, big secret to spill: We’re putting on a Seamless in Seattle fashion show.

We’re combing the city for the best up-and-coming fashion designers hungry to change the face of local fashion and once again we’re offering big prizes, winners will appear in a fashion spread in the September 2011 Seattle magazine. This year’s deadline is just one short week away on Friday, April 15. Read more »


Lunchbox Lab's Scott Simpson Remembered This Sunday

It's been a week since the awful news hit that Scott Simpson had passed away at the age of 38. Read more »


Disney Cruises to Embark from Seattle Starting May 28, 2012: Pro or Con?

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Rachel Hart

Just got word today that starting May 28, 2012, Disney Cruises will sail from Seattle to Alaska, making stops at Tracy Arm, Skagway (aren't they they known for pie or something like that?), Juneau and Ketchikan as well as Victoria, B.C. Read more »


Fashion + Style Friday: Feel-good Denim, DIY Jewelry Classes and Seamless in Seattle Countdown

Laid-back, Canadian chic from Good Society, now available at Juniper in Madrona

April is here, which means the Seamless in Seattle deadline is fast approaching with just 15 more days to get your applications in. If I may be so bold, I would really encourage all your emerging designers to enter, because this year, well this year we have a serious new development up our sleeve. Check back here Wednesday, April 6 for the big announcement. (Since I’m bursting, I’ll give you one hint: you’ll need to buy a ticket.) Read more »


An Edible Book Fest, Michio Kaku at Town Hall, Must-See Work at BAM and Burke

Owl oglers are lining up for the Burke Museum's hootastic exhibit

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Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan: Help Out by Dining Out

March 31
Dish it Up!
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$20 from Sushi-making class (with Hajime Sato of Mashiko Japanese in West Seattle) to benefit Red Cross 

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VIDEO: In the Woods with Lang Cook, Foraging for Stinging Nettles

Seattle magazine's Alex Kummerow and Dylan Priest ventured out into the wilderness to spend a day with local forager and author Langdon Cook. Join as he teaches us to identify, harvest, and prepare stinging nettles.

 

Foraging Stinging Nettles with Langdon Cook from Seattle magazine on Vimeo.

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Poquitos on Capitol Hill Is a "Little Bit" Awesome

By: 
Cody Bay
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The sign that started it all: Scoring the decades-old Poquitos sign in a Sodo salvage shop was the inspiration for building a Mexican restaurant.

"Poquitos" is about as fitting a name for Capitol Hill's new Mexi-palace as “Tiny” is for a 300-pound man. I got the chance to soak it all in at the pre-opening party on Friday, and nothing owners Deming Maclise and James Weimann (the powerhouse duo behind Bastille Cafe & Bar) have done with their latest project is small. Read more »


Ted Danson Talks About the Health of the Oceans with Grist's Chip Giller

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Maria Dolan
Chip and Ted's Excellent Adventure: Ted Danson and Chip Giller at Town Hall last week.

Perched on a red chair at pseudo-Mafioso bar Vito’s on First Hill last week, giraffe-legged, rock-jawed Ted Danson presented me with an environmental riddle: He does not surf. Or dive. Or even go sailing, unless someone he likes insists on it. Yet he spends most of his time on the water.
 
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