The June 2018 Issue

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Locally-Designed Women’s Neckties Make an Empowering Statement

Each of AndieandErin's silk neckties are named after a trailblazing woman

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Two Seattle Activists Are Helping Homeless Women With a Monthly Necessity

The project is called One Million Tampons and they host shows and events every 28-35 days

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Cocktail of the Month: Grandeza Old Fashioned at Moctezuma’s Restaurant & Tequila Bar

Northwest-made Grandeza liqueur introduces hints of citrus and vanilla to a legendary tipple

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Get Some After-Dinner Desserts at this New Spot on Capitol Hill

Get your sit-down sweets at R&M Dessert Bar

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Up Your Workout Wardrobe With These PNW Products

Wipe the floor in our locally made fashion-forward, fitness-focused studio workout picks

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The 80-Year-Old-Environmental Activist Who is Suing the President

Seattleite Raelene Gold of "Great Old Broads for Wilderness" is ramping up efforts in the age of Trump

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Nachos and Waffle Fries Join Forces for a Wildly Addictive Bar Snack

Step aside, totchos

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How One Seattle Distillery Is Using Tea to Infuse Spirits

Plus: Which tea-infused spirits to try from Woodinville's Four Leaf Spirits, and two cocktail recipes for how to mix it all up

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One of the Best Dishes at this Ethiopian Butcher Shop Is Actually Vegetarian

Try the crazy delicious vegetables at Ahadu Ethiopian restaurant and butcher shop in Seattle's Pinehurst neighborhood

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Buzzwords: Two New Books by Seattle Authors Celebrate Bees

Just in time for National Pollinator Week (June 18–24), two new books by local authors celebrate bees and remind us of the threats to them

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The Insider’s Guide to the Seattle Pride Parade

The Seattle Pride Parade features everything from bedazzled floats to co-workers marching in solidarity

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Meet the Faith-Based Activists From Ballard Who Are Fighting for Environmental Protection

Trump’s environmental policies have energized protests by citizens all around town. What place does a faith-based group—with a moral imperative—have in this climate?