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Cocktail Recipes: 5 Apple-licious Fall Drinks

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A.J. Rathbun

Fall’s crisp air lends itself to many seasonal treats (including some previously-mentioned fall drinks), but no ingredient says “fall” as much as an apple.

Luckily, we don’t have to be like Herculus and travel to the Garden of the Hesperides to find fantastic apples, as they’re abundant at our local farmer’s markets. Read more »

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See Men Dance, Meet an Epic Hero and Other Weekend Musts

Rebel Wilson and Chris Colfer star in "Struck by Lightning," the opening night film of the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

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Pilchuck on Display: See the Cutting Edge of Glass Art

Betcha didn't think glass art looked like that! "Chitamarra Giraffa" was created on Pilchuck's campus this summer by Davide Salvadore and Shelley Muzylowski Allen

This weekend brings us the 34th annual Pilchuck Auction, something of a "fashion week" for Seattle glass art collectors.

In addition to hosting a swank gala and tours of the school's Stanwood campus, Pilchuck organizes an enormous auction of glass art made by Pilchuck students, teachers and alumni. Proceeds benefit scholarship programs at the school, which is now recognized as the premier glassblowing program in the nation. Read more »

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Incredible Feast: Gourmet Chefs Impress with Farmers Market Ingredients

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Leslie Kelly

This year’s Incredible Feast lived up to its name, as more than 25 chefs paired up with superstar farmers, ranchers and cheese makers on Sunday at Swanson’s Nursery.

Chef Tamara Murphy dreamed this dealie-o up years ago as a way to showcase the incredible edibles that show up at the Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Markets. Man, we are lucky to live here! Read more »

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5 Fall Cocktail Recipes

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A.J. Rathbun
The Supersonic

Sure, it’s hard to exchange a very sunny summer for fall’s less-bright horizons. But think of all the fun fall highlights:pretty leaves fluttering in the breeze, soft and warm autumn sweaters and, of course, the following five drinks. Each of these is bound to make you enjoy fall a little moreeven if they might not completely make you forget summer. Read more »

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Tom Douglas Sounds Off Against Bristol Bay Pebble Mine

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Leslie Kelly
Tom Douglas and Michael Leviton
Tom Douglas and Michael Leviton

Do you eat wild salmon?

Then, chances are you’ve enjoyed fish from Alaska’s beautiful Bristol Bay, where massive fisheries produce roughly half of the salmon that shows up on plates around the U.S.

That’s one thing I learned when I showed up to a press conference yesterday at Seatown, called to discuss the threat to that habitat by the proposed Pebble Mine project. Read more »

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Go Underground at Seattle Center, See "Kung Faux" and Other Weekend Musts

Haruko Nishimura performs as Warrior in "Underbelly" at Seattle Center this weekend

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Jewish Same-Sex Couples Display Ketubot for Marriage Equality

Hueners Ventura ketubot, a Jewish marriage contract

Same sex marriage is not only on the November ballot in Seattle, it's on the minds of people all over the country. As was pointed out in our current story on local same sex couples, this is the civil rights issue of our time. (If you haven't yet, be sure to watch Seattle hip-hop star Macklemore's new and lovely video, Same Love, in support of gay marriage.) Read more »

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Boeing's Dreamliner Furnishes a Dreamy Flight to Tokyo

Leslie Helm, editor of our sister magazine Seattle Business, boarded All Nippon Airway's very first Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight to Tokyo this week. Read his account over at the Seattle Biz blog, in which he describes both the ups... Read more »

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It's Time Again for Presidential Debate Bingo!

Tonight brings the first of four presidential debates, which will no doubt set the tone for all future water cooler discussion around the Obama vs. Romney political race. Jim Lehrer hosts and the topics have been announced as follows: The Economy, parts 1, 2 and 3 (a new series from George R. R. Martin?), health care, role of government and governing. Read more »

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