The January 2011 Issue

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Restaurant Review: Capitol Hill’s La Bete

A gorgeous reclaiming of the old Chez Gaudy, with carefully prepared, exceptionally good food.

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Staple and Fancy Mercantile is “Pretty Good”

Is chef Ethan Stowell's new Ballard restaurant his best yet? Dining critic Allison Scheff finds out.

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Local Architects Frame Negative Space at the Border

Arts and culture editor Brangien Davis on Lead Pencil Studio's arresting new work, "Non-Sign II," th

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Comfort Food: Noodle Dishes

Smooth, slippery and highly slurpable, these noodles are high on our craveable carbs list.

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Seattle’s Best Comfort Food

January may be National Soup Month, but that’s no reason to limit ourselves to just one type of soot

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UW Scientist Henry Lai Makes Waves in the Cell Phone Industry

UW scientist Dr. Henry Lai never set out to link cell phones to cancer, but his work—and efforts

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Nerd Report: Empire & State Infuse Economics and Politics In New Game

A Redmond-based gaming startup crafts a new game that's both entertaining and instructive for those

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Christmas Lights in the Bavarian-themed Town of Leavenworth, Washington, USA

Road Trip: Go Bavarian at Leavenworth’s Winter Ice Festival

Head East for a packed roster of wintry events, including snow sculpting, tubing, snowshoe relays, a

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Beauty Scoop: January 2010

We sometimes contemplate moving overseas just to partake in culturally condoned sleep traditions suc

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Scoop: Mix and match services at American Cutting Co.

Located in the old Maison Luxe space, this new downtown salon tailors its a la carte-style menu to s

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Scoop: Where to Taste Top-shelf Tequila in Seattle

Start the year off right with top-shelf agave from our local tequila temples.

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How OtB’s A.W.A.R.D. Show is Democratizing Dance

Reality Programming America—or at least Seattle—is voting on which local dance company should win