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Some Like It Hotter

While we Seattleites have been blessed with a mild winter and sunny spring weather, some like it even hotter. Read more »

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Eat+Drink: Marjorie Reopens on Cap Hill Tonight

Belltown's favorite Carribean inspired restaurant Marjorie opens in Capitol Hill tonight with a new chef, Harvest Vine's Kylen McCarthy, according to the Marjorie blog. The small restaurant (seating about 40) will have garage doors opening to a patio and an eclectic new American menu with a Caribbean flair. 5p.m. Tues.-Thurs. Sat.-Sun. marjorierestaurant.com 1412 E Union between 14th and 15th Avenues.

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Cochon 555

COCHON 555 SEATTLE (Five Chefs, Five Pigs, Five Winemakers)
For tickets go to http://www.cochon555.com (DISCOUNT CODE: formaticum)
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Last Chance to See An Iliad at The Rep!

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The Weekly Must List: 13 - 19

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Condo Millenium
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My Way or the Flyway

While there's nothing like going out on an excursion to see some nature, whether you're hiking on a trail or paddling a boat, sometimes nature comes to you--especially if Seattle is your home. Read more »

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My Way or the Flyway

While there's nothing like going out on an excursion to see some nature, whether you're hiking on a trail or paddling a boat, sometimes nature comes to you--especially if Seattle is your home. Yesterday I was sitting in my living room talking with some friends, when to my amazement some bright yellow wings flapped by my window and alighted on a tree limb...

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Canlis Cocktail Symposium

EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED


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Seamless in Seattle: The Finalists

Let the 2nd round begin: after 33,000 reader votes and a hard-fought (and tight) first round of judging, our panel of fashion experts (including boutique owners, fashion school instructors and designers) have narrowed down the 2010 Seamless in Seattle contestants from 38 to 12: Read more »

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The Weekly Must List: May 6 - 12

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Thaw Spring Fashion Show
Thursday (5/6) -
Refresh your style at Seattle’s annual Thaw Spring Fashion Show, an evening of funky fun in SoDo benefiting the Northwest chapter of the Huntington’s Disease Society of America. Founded four years ago by Liz Weber (whose family has a history of battling the disease), Thaw highlights local designers such as Michael Cepress and Jill Lindsey, and past winners of Seattle mag’s Seamless in Seattle competition. 6 p.m. $75–$250. 66 S Hanford St.; thawfashionshow.com Read more »

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