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Want to Talk About Death? Head to the Cafe

Lauren Mang
Death Cafes seattle magazine

Over on our sister site, Seattle Health, editor Niki Stojnic reported on a rather difficult, serious-sounding subject: death. And more importantly the efforts of Bastyr University to make that subject a little less difficult and serious-sounding.

Stojnic writes: Read more »


Blaine Wetzel from the Willows Inn Wins James Beard Award for Rising Star Chef

Julien Perry
Blaine Wetzel from Willows Inn wins 2014 James Beard Award

The highly anticipated 2014 James Beard Awards ceremony was last night, and Blaine Wetzel from the Willows Inn on Lummi Island walked away with a medalion for Rising Star Chef. He tied with Jimmy Bannos Jr. of Chicago’s Purple Pig. Read more »

Gear Up for the Seattle Foundation's Give Big

give big seattle foundation seattle magazine

The Seattle Foundation’s one-day, online-only Give Big event is back on Tuesday, May 6, from 12 a.m. to 12 a.m., encouraging you to donate to your favorite local arts, environmental, civic, educational and health-related nonprofit organizations. Browse SF's extensive database of nonprofits to find the one (or several!) that calls to you and start giving. Read more »


Mossback Monday: $15 Minimum Wage News, Pot Lottery Results and Waterfront Makeover Contradictions

Knute Berger
$15 minimum wage seattle magazine kshama sawant
Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant taking part in a march for the $15 minimum wage increase

Meet Woodworker John Thoe (And Save on Some of his Works) this Sunday

John Thoe, artist Northwest Woodworkers Gallery

This Sunday (5/4), from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., you can meet master woodcarver and furniture maker John Thoe, as part of the Northwest Woodworkers' Gallery (Belltown, 2111 First Ave.; 206.625.0542) "Meet the Makers Series." Read more »