January 2017

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Seattle’s Pot Shops Get Fancy

Pot stores aren't all equal, but they're doing all right

Vela’s sleek interior. Experts predict U.S. cannabis sales will reach $50 billion by 2026, close to wine’s $50.8 billion

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Clean and Serene, This Point Roberts Home Is One Light House

A Point Roberts family home emphasizes fresh air and natural light

Facing south towards the Strait of Georgia and the San Juan Islands, the Point Roberts home of Sonya and David Liu is laid out around a long, L-shaped plan to best angle major spaces, like the large trellised terrace, towards the southern sun

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Food We Love: Sea Wolf Bakery

Chocolate croissants hide Valrhona chocolate so bittersweet it’s a (welcome) surprise at first bite

The lastest buttery temptations to hit Seattle’s bakery scene

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15 Ways to Survive Seattle’s Winter

Curling up with a good book in front of a fire isn’t the only way to get through Seattle’s long, dark winter. That works too, but we’ve found plenty of other ways to brighten your days

It may be dark outside, but the Fairmont Olympic pool downtown offers a warm space to welcome the day

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Ramen Nirvana: Ramen Bushi-Do

Oodles of noodles from the Dough Zone folks

Miso ramen, with a slow-cooked egg and chicken potstickers on the side

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Georgetown’s Equinox Studios Gathers and Grows a South End Arts Gang

Equinox Studios is luring big names to Seattle’s latest arts hot spot with innovative deals

Fire art at Equinox

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All Roads Lead to Redmond’s Woodblock

Find a new twist on American favorites in the heart of a developing pocket of Redmond

Redmond's Woodblock is a bright spot in a developing area of Cleveland Street

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New Skincare Company, 3B, Delivers Beauty by the Boxful

A Seattle-based skin care company brings beauty breakthroughs to your door

Goodies from a 3B beauty box

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Bruce Pavitt’s New App, 8Stem, Makes You the DJ

Sub Pop's Bruce Pavitt has a new app that puts anyone in the producer's seat

8Stem creative director Bruce Pavitt (foreground) and CEO Adam Farish in their Capitol Hill office: Sub Pop’s 25 million record sales were just a start

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Dot’s Butcher and Deli Finds a New Home in Pike Place Market

A former Fremont neighborhood fave is reborn in the city's famous public market

Dot’s chef/owner Miles James with the luscious cheesesteak sandwich

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Four Seattle Salad Bars That Make It Easy Being Green

These over-the-top, modern-day salad bars make eating green easy

Fixings at Evergreen: fast and bright

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Jacob Lawrence’s ‘The Migration Series’ Opens at SAM this Saturday

SAM hosts a pivotal early series by local hero Jacob Lawrence

Lawrence’s caption for Migration’s Panel 3: “From every southern town migrants left by the hundreds to travel north”

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The Pursuit of Nobility: Interview with Lenny Wilkens

One of Seattle’s greatest sports icons eyes return of NBA

On a recent edition of three-time Emmy-award winning sports TV talk show “Pardon The Interruption,” cohost Michael Wilbon heaped lavish praise on NBA legend and Seattle icon Lenny Wilkens in celebration of his 85th birthday.  Wilbon noted that he’s a “basketball Hall of Famer three times over” [as a player, coach and assistant coach of…

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New auditorium, better BMX track and a greener Seattle

Casket Case Bellevue company’s product featured in Taylor Swift video Social media absolutely lost it after a casket manufactured by Bellevue-based Titan Casket was featured in American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift’s recent “Anti-Hero” music video. Tweets and Instagram posts from Swift’s fans about the casket have generated tens of thousands of likes and retweets, resulting in…