Scoop Blog Archive / May 2014

SIFF Opens, Origami at BAM and the Seattle Symphony’s [untitled] Series is Back

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Lucky Them, the latest from Megan Griffiths (The Off Hours, Eden), starring Toni Collette and Thomas Haden Church

The Seattle International Film Festival Opens

(5/15 to 6/8, times vary) — Seattle’s most famous film festival celebrates its 40th birthday with a sprightly commitment to fresh filmmaking from all over the globe. Put a local twist in your lineup by checking out films such as Lucky Them, Big in Japan and The Breach by Seattle filmmakers. Read more »


Drink it In! 5 Last Minute Ways to Celebrate Seattle Beer Week

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It's been a busy month of drinking. First, Cinco de Mayo, followed quickly by Seattle Beer Week (which is really 11 days). The heady festivities end Sunday, May 18. Here are 5 ways you can still celebrate, whether you just want a cheap pint or a smorgasbord of bacon to wash it all down with. If you miss out on beer week, you'll have to wait until the next alcohol-fueled holiday: summer. 

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Road Trip! 24 Hours in Vancouver

Lauren Mang
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I just boarded the BoltBus for my 24-hour media road trip to Vancouver, courtesy of Tourism Vancouver. Read more »


Breaking News! Interior Designer Brian Paquette Opening Home Decor Shop in Pioneer Square

Lauren Mang
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The designer photographed for Seattle magazine's March issue in a home he designed
Well hello, Wednesday! We received word this morning that the fantastic designer Brian Paquette of Brian Paquette Interiors is in the process of securing a space in Pioneer Square for a brand-new home shop. Swoon.

Ethan Stowell’s Latest, Chippy’s Fish & Drink, Now Open in Ballard

Julien Perry

At long last, Ethan Stowell’s new fish and chips joint, Chippy’s, is open for business on Ballard Avenue.

It’s located directly next door to his other restaurant, Staple & Fancy, in the former Dutch Bike Co. space inside the Kolstrand Building (also home to Walrus and the Carpenter and Barnacle).  Read more »