We’re counting down the Christmas shopping days with an editors’ gift guide. Check back daily to find out our must-have items this holiday season.
Looking for some new tunes? Pick up Caffe Vita GIVE, a $7, 30-track compilation CD featuring Northwest darlings the Fleet Foxes, Common Market, Cave Singers, and Sera Cahoone, among others. Proceeds from the sales benefit local food banks and Arts Corps, Seattle’s largest nonprofit arts educator.
If immersing yourself in the natural history of the Pacific Northwest is your idea of a good time, be sure to check out the North Cascades Institute's single-day field excursion "Eagles and Salmon: Northwest Icons on the www.roddyscheer.com src=http://www.roddyscheer.com/xfer/USWASK-00378.jpg padding=6 /> Skagit." That's
The dining rooms at Salty’s restaurants look like huge toy boxes this December, as 7-foot tall hand painted nutcrackers, along with lots of smaller nutcrackers, lights and holiday decorations turn them into holiday wonderlands. With the amazing water views that each restaurant has there are marvels everywhere you look.
Seattle mag fashion correspondent Joan Kelly lends her expertise to Seattlemag.com with her "In the Closet" series, a monthly video series on Seattle shops, looks, trends and more. Kelly stopped by Hermes at The Bravern this week to learn three chic, fresh ways to wear a scarf. Watch and learn:
Big and small game meat is becoming the name of the game lately. Hunting is getting more popular with a resurgence among city slickers like us, and restaurants have high quality sources for farm-raised game (in many states, including Washington, restaurants can’t offer hunter-caught game on their menus, so yes, your wild boar burger grew up on the farm and was wild in temperament only).
A month after opening her newest project, The Field House, Nicole Miller announced today that she will close Birgitta, the women's shop located on the second floor of Miller's Blackbird boutique since last year.