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Two Local Bloggers Host Cuyana Trunk Show

A black clutch embroidered in Mexico from Cuyana's spring collection, $160

Cuyana is a San Bay area company run by founders Shilpa Shah and Karla Gallardo who travel the globe on the lookout for chic, high quality materials, think textiles and metals, that can be transformed by local craftsmen into chic, high quality and limited-edition goods and accessories that they sell on their web store. Cuyana donates a percentage of their proceeds to Charity:water, a non-profit organization that provides solutions for clean water worldwide. Read more »

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The Lost Pelican Now Open in Belltown

Craving gumbo and bourbon? All things Louisiana are the draw at the Lost Pelican.

The iconic Belltown corner where Scott Carsberg’s Lampreia lived for two decades (and which later became Bisato) reopened last week as The Lost Pelican. Read more »

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Earth Day 5k: Ali Rally

The crew surprised me at the starting line with custom made All the Way Ali t-shirts

Without going into too much detail, let me tell you that last week sucked for me personally. I was seriously under the weather and experiencing a very low ebb. I didn’t get to train at all and at some points was pretty convinced that I wouldn’t be able to even walk the Earth Day 5k on Saturday, let alone run it. But, thanks to the miracle of modern medicine and buoyed by the tremendous support of my friends, family and co-workers, I pulled a major Ali rally and run/walked the heck out of that baby. Read more »

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Mossback Monday: Knute Berger on Earth Day, the Beer Tax Rebellion, and a Memo to Vulcan

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Knute Berger
Bullitt Center, Earth Day, Knute Berger, News
The new Bullitt Center, opening today

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Earth Day 5k, Crazy Food at Radiator Whiskey and Other Weekend Musts

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Part of the route at Seattle mag's Earth Day 5k

MUST WALK
Earth Day 5K

Saturday (4/20) — Seattle magazine’s first ever 5k run/walk follows a gorgeous route that wends through the Olympic Sculpture Park and skirts Elliott Bay along the Myrtle Edwards Park bike trail. A portion of each registration goes to the Green Seattle Partnership, a nonprofit working to restore our urban forests and parks. An eco-friendly beer garden at Bell Harbor will reward both participants and spectators at the finish line. Read more »

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