Scoop Blog Archive / June 2013

What Will Happen to the Old Olympia Brewery?

Lauren Mang
What happens with Olympia Brewery
The vacant Olympia Brewery is OKd for beer-making again. Will it happen?

The deed restriction forbidding the production of alcohol at the old Olympia Brewery in Tumwater, Wash., has been officially lifted. So what does that mean for the vacant (and troubled) site? Read more »


Glassybaby Seconds Sale

Oh, how they glow. The allure of Glassybabys

Get ready, Madrona, the Glassybaby Seconds Sale is Saturday, June 29. Door open at 8 a.m., but legions of devotees and addicts begin lining up between 3 and 4 a.m. (some, we hear, go as far as sleeping in their car to get a primo spot in line) at 3406 E Union Street for the best selection of the slightly imperfect, reduced-price glass votive holders and drinking vessels, lovingly made by-hand on site. Read more »


Sale at Lambs Ear

These strappy marvels from LD Tuttle are just one example of the fabulous shoes on sale at Lambs Ear

This is one of those sales that shoe- and indie designer-loving shoppers wait for: Lambs Ear summer sale.  Enjoy 30 percent off some amazing, unique, distinctive and comforable oxfords, sandals, ankle boots and even a moccasin from LD Tuttle, Isabel Marant, Hope and my personal current obsession, Beatrice Valenzuela.



The Must List: Pride Weekend is Here and Outlandish Japanese Fashion at SAM

The 39th annual Seattle Pride Parade marches down 4th Avenue on Sunday, June 30

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Northwest Home magazine: Home-Grown Furniture Pops Up in Belltown

We couldn't resist sharing this bit of news from our sister publication, Northwest Home.
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