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8 Seattle Restaurants Offering Dad’s Day Menus

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Julien Perry
Celebrate dad on Father's Day at one of these swell joints

Father's Day is fast approaching (it's Sunday, fyi), and while brunches seem to be reserved for moms for whatever reason, dad will still feel the love with these special menus.  Read more »

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Maria Cornejo Personal Appearance at Barneys

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Easy like Sunday morning: a class Zero + Maria Cornejo dress

New York-based Chilean designer Maria Cornejo will be making her first visit to the Seattle Barneys on Saturday, June 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. Known for her fluid, flattering, yet forgiving designs, Cornejo often uses her own iPhone photos as inspiration for her prints that she drapes, pleats and pins in innovative shapes that both follows the shape of a woman's form and offers room for those curves to breathe. Read more »

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Where to Watch the 2014 World Cup in Seattle

The 2014 World Cup in Brazil begins June 12

With 32,000 Seattle Sounders season ticket holders and countless other soccer fans in the city, 2014 FIFA World Cup promises to generate some serious revenue for lucky (or just smart?) local sports bars and brew pubs. All it takes is a big screen or seven…and a whole lotta cold hops. From June 12 to July 13, 32 soccer teams will play 64 World Cup games—which, at roughly three games per day, means a huge opportunity for Seattleites to do what we love best: drink beer and cheer on our favorite teams. Read more »

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Father’s Day Gift Round Up

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A smartly constructed apron with nary a tie in sight

Dad’s come in all shapes, sizes and guises, but almost none of them want a tie, unless it’s a really cool bowtie from here, here or here. Here’s a list of some of our favorite things we’ve seen about town for your dad, whatever he’s into.

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Mossback Monday: Steve Scher Resigns, Sir Mix-A-Lot Wows at the Symphony and a Lawsuit for Steve Ballmer

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Knute Berger
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From left, Pickwick lead singer Galen Disston, maestro Ludovic Morlot and Sir Mix-A-Lot, all performed at Seattle Symphony's Sonic Evolution
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10 Things to Know About Tom Douglas’ New Cantina, Opening This Fall

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Julien Perry
This is the neon sign/muse Douglas bought at an art gallery.

Tom Douglas is planning to open a cantina/taqueria this fall because, why not?

Tentatively called The Lone Stranger, it'll be located near the pod that houses all of his other restaurants in Belltown (Lola, Palace Kitchen, Dahlia Lounge, Serious Pie, Tanakasan) in The Martin building on Fifth and Lenora. 

I sat down with Douglas to learn more about this new concept he’s launching.

Here are 10 things to know: Read more »

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Sir Mix-A-Lot Joins the Seattle Symphony, a Sidewalk Sale at U Village and SIFF’s Closing Night Gala

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"The One I Love" screening at SIFF's Closing Night Gala

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Seattle Symphony’s Sonic Evolution, Featuring Sir Mix-A-Lot and Pickwick

Friday (6/6, 8 p.m.) — One of the many cool things about the Seattle Symphony’s groundbreaking Sonic Evolution program, according to maestro Ludovic Morlot, is that it brings people to Benaroya Hall who’ve never been there before. People such as Sir Mix-A-Lot and the members of Seattle indie rock band Pickwick, who will perform alongside the orchestra on Friday night. Read more »

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Don’t Miss the Pacific Northwest Cider Awards and Festival This Weekend

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A.J. Rathbun
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Calling all cider lovers, Northwest-made beverage lovers, the cider-curious and really anyone looking for a fantastic event: it’s time for you to be a part of history. The first-ever Pacific Northwest Cider Awards & Festival (PNWCA) is happening this week, from Friday, June 6 through Sunday, June 8, at The Woods tasting room, down in SoDo at 4700 Ohio South. But what is the PNWCA? Read more »

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The Outtakes: My Review of Brimmer & Heeltap

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Julien Perry
Brimmer & Heeltap interview with Jen Doak Mike Whisenhunt

One of the restaurants I review for the June issue is Brimmer & Heeltap. I’ve known proprietress Jen Doak for years, back when she managed The Tasting Room in Post Alley. It’s been fun to watch her career grow. Read more »

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Sodo Fashion Show + Market

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Split, by Neon Zinn, $125

Emerging Pacific Northwest designers have a place to shine on June 14 at Studio 18 Artist Collective at 3600 East Marginal Way South, during Heat of the Night, Sodo Fashion Show + Market. I love their lineup, which includes many of the most exciting talent from the region. Read more »

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