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Remembering 9/11 in Seattle

Sunday marks the ten year anniversary of the September 11 tragedy. The impact was, of course, felt around the world. In Seattle that day, thousands gathered bewildered around Seattle Center's International Fountain, looking for answers and communal mourning. Read more »

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The Weekend Must List: 5K Don't Run, Fashion Night Out and Seattle Tilth

MUST NOT RUN?
NEPO 5K: Don’t Run
Saturday (9/10) Read more »

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Updated: Tragic News about Vivace Coffee Artist, Brian Fairbrother

Brian Fairbrother (center) was photographed August 23, 2010 at the Mighty-O Donuts in Greenlake for our October 2010 issue. Also pictured: Sebastian Simsch and Peter Torrebiarte

We were shocked and saddened to hear the news that Seattle barista Brian Fairbrother sustained severe brain trauma in a recent bicycle accident. The latest update states that comfort care will begin tomorrow (Thursday). Read more »

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Red Tricycle Recommends: 10 Tips for Enjoying the Puyallup Fair

What is officially known as the Western Washington Fair, most people know it as simply, The Puyallup (is that catchy little slogan of: Do the Puyallup, ringing in your head, yet?). Not only is the Puyallup Fair the largest event in Washington State, but it is also one of the top ten largest fairs in the nation. Anyone who has paid a visit to this annual fair can tell you that it is packed full of fun, animals, delicious food and family-friendly events. Read more »

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Old School Lunchboxes We Carried

It’s back-to-school week in Seattle. In that spirit, our editors have been reminiscing about "old school" lunchboxes we carried as kids. Compared to the futuristic bento boxes that are in vogue now, some of the rusty, metal classics of our school days seem sort of...odd. But, oh, did we love them then. Here’s what a few staff members were sporting in grade school, as well as a few @SeattleMag Twitter followers: Read more »

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