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Weekend Must List: The Royal Room, Holiday Happenings and Pricess Bride

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Update! Skillet May Join Seattle Center House Redesign

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Cody Bay

Update: Skillet may join Center House redesign

Josh Henderson says that Skillet Street Food could be one of the first vendors to set up permanent shop< Read more »

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Holiday Gift Guide, Day 5: Baubles and Bling from Local Jewelry Artists

Alrighty, listen up boys: Sure diamonds are great, but if you really want to knock your savvy gal’s socks off this holiday season, we recommend these oh-so-Seattle, stylish jewelry pieces. And guys, don’t worry, your day is coming too. Friday will be devoted to booze-related gifts, so you save this link, and forward that one on to her.

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Holiday Gift Guide, Day 4: Darling Paper Products

This statement probably comes as little surprise given our occupations, but the Seattle mag edit staff is full of paper geeks. We heart old-school letterpress, still believe in hand-written thank you notes and nothing delights us more than picking up our Ilee desktop calendars every December. Sure, we all spend our days hammering out words on a keyboard, but there is something imminently thoughtful and intimate about a paper gift from these local crafters- we’re betting your friends and family will agree. Read more »

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Holiday Gift Guide, Day 3: Fun Foodie Books by Local Authors

Top o’ the morning! We’re kicking off this week’s lineup of our holiday gift guide with oh-so-Northwest books written by Seattle magazine friends including forager Langdon Cook and spirits expert A.J. Rathbun. Stay tuned this week for more local gift ideas (jewelry, easy-to-grab-hostess favors and booze-inspired gifts will all debut by Friday!) as we offer new suggestions each weekday through December 23. Read more »

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Holiday Gift Guide, Day 2: Presents for Kiddos (and their Parents)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our “12 Days of Christmas” gift guide continues today with a special class of kiddo-themed gifts, those that may be just as much fun for parents, too. In others words, please both parties with one grand-slam gift: Read more »

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Breaking fashion news! The 2012 color of the year just announced

A sad day for us blue-eyed blondes: The 2012 color of the year, according to the experts at Pantone, is "tangerine tango." Tonight when I go home I have to toss out all of my "honeysuckle" clothing–the acrylic sweaters, the bobbly ponchos–and update my Santa list. Honeysuckle is so last year. Read more »

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The Must List: Gift Ideas, Black Nativity and Willy Wonka!

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Holiday Gift Guide, Day 1: Locally Made Goods Fit for Foodies

Following the grand tradition set by ye ol’ “12 Days of Christmas” carol, we’re winding up the holiday shopping season with a handy 12-day guide to the best locally-made gifts, from today’s foodie-filled post to the best stocking stuffers on December 23. If you are still on the hunt for gifts for teachers, mother-in-laws or maybe for hard-to-buy-for husbands who won’t say what they want outside of socks (was that too obvious I was really talking about my own problems? Probably huh?), stay tuned each workday as we dish out our favorite finds. Read more »

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Field trip! Dirt piles and glass houses at Seattle's newest museum

Seattle mag's editors just got a private hard-hat tour of the new Chihuly Garden and Glass museum at the Seattle Center, and a peek into the nondescript warehouse in Ballard where a huge fiery glass installation is being assembled. Read more »

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