Scoop Blog Archive / May 2013

The Journey to 30,000 Twitter Followers

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Lauren Mang

We're a mere 45 followers away from reaching our grand goal of 30,000 total Twitter followers. To mark this momentous occasion, we're sweetening the deal if you start following us on Twitter before we hit the big 3-0. Read more »

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Server Shout Out: Glo's

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Leslie Kelly
The smoked salmon Benedict at Glo's

Oh, boy. Snagging an open table at Glo’s felt a little like winning the breakfast lottery. The Capitol Hill diner is tiny and there’s almost always a line out the door brimming with hungover hipsters and senior citizens and everyone else in between willing to wait for one of the best damn morning meals in Seattle.

And, sure enough, almost as soon as I sat down, the dozen tables were filled again, a lone server taking care of the whole room with utter efficiency. Read more »

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Designer Consignment: MB’s Finds

Large Gucci signature bag and bifold wallet

I don’t need to try to convince you to shop consignment. Either you do or you don’t. Personally, I love it, mostly because I can get high-quality goods for less money and currently I’m in a more-is-more phase of wardrobe building. Which is why I’m excited to check out Mary-Bridget Pehl’s online consignment shop, MB’s Finds, and shop her upcoming pop-up on June 7 and 8 (at 1930 First Ave., right next to Baby & Co., like her Facebook page for more details). Read more »

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Spring Health Roundup: New Issue Plus More Health News

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Niki Stojnic
Dr. Bessie Young
Dr. Bessie Young talks kidney disease prevention and her one guilty pleasure in our latest issue.

The Spring/Summer issue of Seattle Health is here! Check out the digital edition to read about weight management for better health, new oral treatments for MS and new research on early addiction intervention—plus local companies that are making doctor consultations easier than ever, allergists' most unusual patient cases, and much more. Read more »

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