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New Hendrix Exhibit, Deluxe Jams and Other Weekend Musts

Hilarious sketch comedy team The Habit returns.

The Habit
Opens Friday (11/16-12/2) The scintillating local sextet, featuring funny Seattle actors John Osebold and Mark Siano, is back with a series of reunion shows and an all-new act, including exquisite comic timing, clever wordplay and kooky characters ranging from Peter Pan to God himself. Read more »


Get Your Deluxe Jam On This Thursday

A.J. Rathbun

I’m not shy about my love of Deluxe Foods jams and cocktail syrups. I wear a t-shirt, sporting the logo and tagline (“Try us on toast!”) and I used the syrups in my last Pantry at Delancey cocktail class.

I’m pals with the Chief Tasting Officer at Deluxe Foods, Rebecca Staffel. But just because we’re pals doesn’t make the jams and syrups any less worthy. Don’t take my word for it though. Read more »


FACE Time: Must-See Seattle Fashion Event

A TCM Model rocks the runway during last year's FACE, a fashionable and charitable event sponsored by many of Seattle's chicest fashion industry insiders

FACE, one of Seattle’s best fashion shows, and philanthropic events, is happening this Saturday, November 17 at Batch 206 Distillery. Since 2007, FACE, which stands for Fashion, Auction, Compassion, Event, has raised funds for the Seattle chapter of the Sunflower Children, an organization that financially supports impoverished children around the world. Read more »


Pho Life: Blue Scholars' Sabzi Celebrates Seattle's Favorite Soup

Illustrated Phở Sticker Sheet

Seattle loves pho (if you're new on the block: our dining editor explains what it is, how to pronounce it and where to get her favorite here). And Seattleites love to claim they know where to find the best pho. Read more »


Win Free Art! Enter Artsyo's Saddest Wall Contest

Stacy Rosevear on Artsyo
For sale on Artsyo: Stacy Rosevear, "Earlier, My Decisions Looked Like This," Japanese watercolor on paper

Every house has one: the ugly, underperforming wall. You've seen it: 12x10 feet and bearing only a paltry letter-sized college diploma. Or worse, an over-sized novelty clock.

Meanwhile, thousands upon thousands* of works by local artists live like unemployed post-grads: perpetually hanging out in coffee houses or leaning against storage sheds.

Stop this neglect. Give local art a home. Read more »