The Must List: One Grand Sale on the Eastside, The Moth Storytelling Series and Seattle Symphony Performs Beethoven’s Ninth

MUST SEE
Stunning Glaciers Are Disappearing Before Our Very Eyes
(Through 3/2) — Take a weekend drive to Bellingham, where the Whatcom Museum’s gorgeous Lightcatcher building hosts Vanishing Ice: Alpine and Polar Landscapes in Art 1775-2012, featuring astonishing photos and paintings of melting glaciers.

MUST LAUGH
Seattle’s Lindy West Hosts The Moth Storytelling Series

(1/2, 8 p.m.) — Join the fun at this monthly live storytelling event, where members of the audience tell true stories, off the cuff and on stage (no notes or cheat sheets allowed). Tonight’s host is the hilarious Lindy West!

MUST HEAR
Seattle Symphony Performs Beethoven’s Ninth

(1/2 and 1/4, times vary) — Kick off the new year in classical style with Beethoven’s Ninth, played by the Seattle Symphony.

MUST SHOP
Deals Galore at Old Bellevue’s La Ree

Our neighbor to the east has become a primo destination for internationally known designer label boutiques and super high-end stores. La Ree, an independent exception to the mass market norm, is having a winter sale (up to 70 percent off!), rife with deals on Isabel Marant, Rag and Bone, Alexander Wang and many more fancy friends.

MUST CLEANSE
The New Year Calls for a Jaunt to Juicebox

The new Juicebox café and juice bar (on Capitol Hill’s 12th Avenue) offers breakfast, lunch and weekend brunches, with an organic menu that feels more healthy than hippie. You’ll find plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free options—and, naturally, a bevy of just-pressed juices on tap.

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