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See Moisture Festival, Remember a Local Fashion Icon & Other Weekend Musts

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Contortionist/Hula-Hoop Performer/Dancer/Aerialist Maria Margiyeva is coming to Moisture Fest

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Five Virgin Cocktail Recipes

A.J. Rathbun
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The Caribbean Bloom cocktail also makes a delicious mocktail.

Whether you’re the designated driver (always an honorable role), taking a break from drinking for a particular reason or no reason at all, or just don’t feel like cocktail-ing it up, it’s never bad to have a few un-alcoholic hits available. The following recipes don’t sacrifice any spirited flavor, even if they are lacking spirits. Read more »


On Our New Collaboration with Crosscut

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A sneak peek at the print version of the article by Eric Scigliano, co-produced by Seattle magazine and Photograph in spread by Stuart Isett

Alongside our signature Best Restaurants story, which hones in on the most memorable meals of the year, you'll find something totally new in the April issue of Seattle magazine: an experiment in collaboration.

We teamed up with the editors at (one of our favorite local sources for thoughtful political coverage and analysis) to co-produce a feature story on the cultural evolution of the Eastside. Read more »


Three Cocktails to Pair with St. Patrick’s Day Legends

A.J. Rathbun
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Have a "Snakebite" in Saint Patrick's honor.

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and with it comes not only an honoring of Ireland and the Irish people, but usually a whole lot of tipsy folks running around. Instead of just drinking green beer randomly, why not dig a little deeper with a few choice bits of lore and learning – and some drinks that match up with them. Read more »


Explore a Luxe Home Remodel, Michael Moss' New Book and a Pop-Up Vintage Shop

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Go inside this gorgeous West Seattle remodel.

Vivian Maier: Out of the Shadows
Ongoing (closes 3/28 ) — The story is nothing short of incredible. A nanny who lived in New York City and Chicago, Vivian Maier was also a devoted shutterbug who took captivating street shots of everyday people—amounting to a roll of film a day from the 1950s through the ’70s. But she kept her hobby private, piling up more than 100,000 negatives in storage units, which went undiscovered until 2007. Her incisive eye is remarkable, and her story is an ode to art for art’s sake. Read more »