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Mossback Monday: Remembering Don James, How Zombies Ate Frankenstein and What an Ed Murray Administration Would Look Like

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Submit Your Event for Consideration in our Annual Charitable Events Guide

The Make-a-Wish Wish Night Gala and Auction

Want to see your charitable event in the pages of Seattle magazine's annual Charitable Events Guide (CEG)? The 2014 guide, our 11th edition, will be published in February 2014. Designed as a calendar for our generous community of donors to plan their charitable giving, the Charitable Events Guide is the ultimate philanthropist’s datebook. Read more »


Fun and Festive (and a Few Family-Friendly) Halloween Events

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Trick or Treat on the Waterfront
: More than 12 businesses, from the Ferry Terminal to Bell Harbor Conference Center, participate in the fun. Little tricksters can seek out their treats with a provided Treasure Hunt map. Sunday 10/27, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Waterfront Park/Pier 58, 1301 Alaskan Way. Free Read more »

Seattle's Best New Restaurants 2013: A Few Surprises, Plus Breakout Food Stars

The communal table at Joule on a much sunnier afternoon

Our Best New Restaurants 2013 feature is hitting newsstands now (look for Mackelmore on the cover!) and while I'm excited--I love the challenge of putting the top 11 in order, and this year I snuck one last restaurant in there at the last minute (can you guess which it is?)-- I'll admit to a touch of trepidation. Read more »

Updated: Canned Salmon Challenge Recipes From Tom Douglas, Holly Smith

Leslie Kelly
Tom Douglas' Wild Salmon Melt

Americans really should eat more seafood. If everybody ate fish just twice a week, we’d be a whole lot healthier.

That’s the noble mission of a Washington D.C.-based non-profit called Seafood Nutrition Partnership, run by Linda Cornish, a go-getter, who makes regular trips to Seattle to meet with sponsors of this fairly new initiative. Read more »