The Must List: Portland Cello Project at Kirkland Performance Center, Where to Sip Eggnog on Christmas

MUST GLUG
Sun Liquor’s Exquisite Eggnog (Plus a Recipe to Make Your Own)

Sneak out on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day (starting at 7 p.m.) to sip the delicious made-from-scratch eggnog at Capitol Hill’s Sun Liquor. Or make your own with this surefire recipe.

MUST SEE
Local Artists Pop Up in Pioneer Square

(Through 12/21, noon–4:00 p.m.) For a quick survey of Seattle’s incredible range of visual artists, visit 301 Storefront Gallery, a pop-up space in Pioneer Square (at 301 Occidental Ave. S). The current show, Equipollent, features work by established artists, including Alfredo Arreguin, Diem Chau, Barbara Earl Thomas, Dan Webb and Stephanie Hargrave.

MUST ROCK
Last Chance to See Jinkx Monsoon Reprise His Role as Hedwig

(Through 12/22, times vary) — Seattle mag 2013 Spotlight Award winner Jerick Hoffer (aka Jinkx Monsoon) plays the troubled transgender singer in the rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Moore Theatre.

MUST GIVE
Handpicked Holiday Gifts

This year’s gift guide is a showcase of local, artisanal talent with ideas ranging from hostess gifts to luxury goods for everyone on your list.

MUST HEAR
Portland Cello Project Performs in Kirkland

(12/21 to 12/22, times vary) — Sit back and sway to the rich sounds of the Portland Cello Project, the acclaimed string assemblage that plays fresh and fun renditions of popular songs, at Kirkland Performance Center.

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