Scoop Blog Archive / September 2010

Eat, Pray, Love... and then what?

 Last month, the night after I saw the play Ruined, about the effects of civil war on Congolese women, I joined 400 or so Seattle-area women at a preview of the film Eat, Pray, Love. 

The gathering was put on by Rochelle Alhadeff and Pam Gray, hosts of the local "Chat with Women" radio program.  On their show, Alhadeff and Gray, women of a certain age who are proud that they’ve “been there, done Read more »

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Fashion

Looking ahead at the next week makes me both extremely giddy—and heel-weary. Fall shopping season kicks off tomorrow night with Fashion Night Out. Both The Bravern and The Bellevue Collection will host FNO bashes starting in the early evening with special discounts, giveaways (free Jimmy Choo tote at the Bravern!), contests (enter win a $2,500 Nordstrom shopping spree, plus a session with a Nordy personal shopper) and cocktails for shoppers. Read more »

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2010 Spotlight Award winners on video

2010 Seattle magazine Spotlight Award winners talk about being artists in Seattle.

Learn more about our beloved Spotlight Award winners in the profiles featured in our September issue: 

Performers Jody Kuehner and Ricki Mason Read more »

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The Weekly Must List: September 9-15

Must Dance
Dancing 'til Dusk
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The Weekly Must List: Labor Day Weekend 2010

Must See
Lawrimore project
Thursday (9/2) -
Pioneer Square will soon be home to the latest rendition of the famed Lawrimore Project. We’re not exactly sure what to expect at Lawrimore’s re-opening tonight but if the trendsetting commercial art gallery is anything like its groundbreaking International District space (widely acclaimed as the center of Seattle’s contemporary arts seen, then you won’t be disappointed. Free. 5-8 p.m. Lawrimore Project, 117 S Main S.t, Ste 101, www .lawrimoreproject.com

Must Swap
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