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Crosscut Contest: Submit Your Ideas for its First-Ever Community Idea Lab

Crosscut.com is launching its first-ever Community Idea Lab, a project that focuses on a new way of doing journalism through community problem solving. The first thing it's tackling? The San Francisco tech boom and the polarization it has created between the tech and social services communities. Read more »

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The Outtakes: My Review of La Bodega

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Julien Perry
La Bodega

For the June issue of Seattle Magazine I reviewed La Bodega, which is easily one of my favorite write-ups I’ve done since taking over the role of Food and Dining Editor back in February. Professionally, the story behind La Bodega is one of passion, which always makes for a good read. Personally, I’ve known owner Manu Alfau since he worked at Tavolata way back when. Read more »

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Woodinville's Iron Vintner Challenge Heads Into Final Grill-Off June 4

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Julien Perry
L to R: Lee, Baer, Moore, Gorman, English

Whether you like wine, food or Iron Chef-style cooking competitions among folks who don’t actually cook professionally, the Iron Vintner Challenge at Willows Lodge in Woodinville is where it's at. And if you’ve never been, this is your last chance to check it out, which you should, because it’s sort of a spectacle. Read more »

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Totokaelo Art and Object Sale

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Score & Solder 22 Table Rhombus Planter, $119, was $170

In addition to a lovely blog post in T Magazine today extolling the virtues of Seattle, Jill Wenger has put some things on sale at Art and Object. We know what we're doing this long weekend...

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