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The Must List: Adopt a New Furry Friend & Catch a Dance Performance by Axis

Adopt a pet on Saturday, October 5, during the second annual statewide shelter open house event

Must See
The Metalsmith and the Urn

Thursday (10/3, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.) — Lundgren Monuments hosts a new group exhibition of stunning cremation urns crafted by Pacific Northwest metalsmiths.

Must Adopt
Seattle Animal Shelter Open House Event

Saturday (10/5, noon to 6 p.m.) — Fifteen statewide animal shelters open up their cat- and dog-filled doors for an adoption extravaganza. Read more »


Fall Spirit and Distillery News

A.J. Rathbun
The Westland Distillery cask room

Our ever-expanding distillery scene has been unleashing, and will soon be unleashing, a wide variety of awesome new spirits and such, with more to come within weeks of this very writing. I think (and sure, I’m biased) that we live in the most vibrant distillery state in the country. The fact that the following list of tasty news is longish proves my point. Read more »


Front Row Fashion Recap

Glam metallics are in for evening wear this fall

On Saturday evening, the Seattle style set turned out to mark the conclusion of Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection with Front Row Fashion presented by Vogue, raising a total of $60,000 to benefit the Moyer Foundation, a non-profit supporting children in distress. The beloved Bellevue bash is easily the best bet for viewing the autumn arsenal stocked in the Bellevue Collection’s most stylish stores. Read more »

Tiffany & Co.’s Atlas Collection Launch

Atlas Hinged Bangle, $5,800

Tiffany originally released the Atlas collection in 1995 to much acclaim. The line, inspired by the mythic Greek god who carries the globe on his back, incorporates Roman numerals in its modern design and is chic and timeless. This summer, the brand re-released the Atlas collection, updating its iconic look, while retaining everything that has made it so cool since its release nearly 20 years ago. Read more »

Dine Out for I-522

GMO corn is full of yuck

It's really the best when you can fight for something you believe in by eating really well. And drinking, too. With your friends.

That's the story this Thursday, October 3rd, when you can choose between two neighborhood restaurant hops (one in Ballard, the other in Capitol Hill) to raise funds to support 522, the initiative to make labeling of GMO foods the law. Read more »