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Baby & Company's Designer Closet Sale

Designer labels galore

Oh man, this sale is not to be missed—it's a super good one. Now in its fifth year, the Baby & Company designer closet sale spans three days and two locations, and is filled to the absolute rafters with amazing deals on amazing pre-loved clothes straight outta the closets of some of Seattle's most amazing dressers. Read more »

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Spa Deal: Gene Juarez

Get blissed out on the monthly with Gene Juarez's new membership deal

This month Gene Juarez has launched a sweet spa membership program for purposes of monthly stress relief.

$75 per month gets you your choice of a 60-minute massage, a 60-minute facial or a spa mani/pedi. In addition, members get 10 percent off other spa services (excluding waxing) and 20 percent off select spa retail products from Arcona, Kneipp and OPI. Email memberships@genejuarez.com for more info or to sign up. Read more »

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The Must List: Get Your Fill of Architecture Films, Plus a Weekend of Wines

The documentary Koolhaas Houselife screens at ByDesign 13 on July 21

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Kirkland Uncorked
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Light Reign Celebration (Bike Riders Get in Free!) at the Henry Art Museum

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Bike Fridays at the Henry Art Museum mean cyclists nab free admission

I was super jealous of my New York friends when reading about the upcoming James Turrell exhibition at the Guggenheim. I wanted to stand in that museum, mouth agape, engulfed by his enormous installations that play with perception, light and space. And then it hit me: the Skyspace! Seattle has its very own Turrell installation, called Light Reign, at the Henry Art Museum on the University of Washington campus. Read more »

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Sommelier David Butler Spills on Le Caviste, His Forthcoming French Wine Bar

Inspiration for Le Caviste: The splendid backbar at Le Baron Rouge in the 12th arrondissement.

It’s been almost a year since David Butler announced his plan to open a French wine bar in downtown Seattle. At last, the former Le Gourmand sommelier will launch Le Caviste (translation: the cellar man) downtown at 1919 7th Avenue in October. Read more »

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