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Seattle Plays the Constitution

A flag made from a flag. Part of local artist Luke Haynes' "The American Context" series

What's that you say? You've never read the U.S. Constitution from start to finish? Or did you just mean you haven't read it aloud, on stage, with friends and strangers watching you, and stirring musical accompaniment spurring you forward?

Well, now you can. Read more »

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Increase Your Food & Drink I.Q. at 3 Educational Events

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Cody Bay
Wormwood Society founder Gwydion Stone serves up absinthe knowledge and glass pours.

The kids are back in school! Don't let them be the only ones out there soaking up new knowledge – here are a few educational opportunities you could, um, soak up as well.   Read more »

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Nordstrom and Topshop Resurrect '90s Punk

It’s the era of the high/low collaboration in fashion (Neiman Marcus and Target’s upcoming Holiday collection being the ultimate in incongruity) and Nordstrom has entered the fray this week as Topshop, one of Britain’s most beloved trendy high street retailers, set up shop in 14 of their stores throughout the country and online. Read more »

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On Loss, and the Power of Food to Heal

Often we talk about the restaurant industry, and it's understood that we mean the line cooks and chefs, servers, restaurant owners, farmers, purveyors, bussers, dishwashers and so on. Less so, peripherally, the media that covers them. Read more »

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Game Day Cocktail Recipes: For the Perfect Pre-Game Party

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A.J. Rathbun
Skip the cheap beer. Impress your guests with a batch of Football Punch

One of the most important seasons is upon us: tailgating. I believe football has also started.

I’ve never turned down a beer served from the bed of a pickup truck, but I think it’s not a bad idea to serve a beverage that’ll set your pre-stadium experience above the rest. With that in mind, here are five fan-tastic drink recipes for pre-game parties. Read more »

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