The November 2013 Issue

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QA with John Osebold from Sketch Comedy Group The Habit

Chatting with the oh so hilarious John Osebold

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Swarm Welcome: Crystal Pite’s Emergence at PNB

Crystal Pite has Pacific Northwest Ballet all abuzz

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Views Abound in this Leschi Remodel

A 1960s Leschi home's major re-do includes a brand-new view

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Entertaining with a Northwest-Style Table

Greens go with gold this festive season

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Restaurant News: Brimmer Heeltap Coming Soon + a Slew of Openings

!–paging_filter–pIt’s going to be quite a thrill to see what Jen Doak (formerly of Agrodolce, Tilth) and Mike Whisenhunt (Revel, Joule) have done with the old Le Gourmand space in Ballard when Brimmer Heeltap opens in its place later this month (or in December). The interiors are being renovated, they’re tearing out walls, and Bruce…

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Jazz Band Industrial Revelation to Rock The Royal Room

Local band Industrial Revelation puts a new spin on an old form

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How Seattle Became the Hub for Master Sommeliers

Examining what’s behind the recent surge of Master Sommeliers coming out of Seattle

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Food We Love: Eggplant Fries at Poppy

!–paging_filter–pIt’s easy to overlook the simpler-sounding appetizers at a href=”http://www.seattlemag.com/poppy” target=”_blank”Poppy/a, what with tender pan-fried mussels with lovage and plump oysters on the half shell vying for your attention. There are all sorts of delicious temptations, but I’d argue that one of the dishes that’s been on the menu since the first day is also…

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Rock ’Em Sock ’Em Cocktails at Rocco’s

Style meets sustenance at Rocco’s in Belltown

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One Slick, Waterproof Skirt

A stylish new weapon in the war against wet

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Elizabeth Kiker Heads Up the Cascade Bicycle Club

Cascade Bicycle Club has a new executive director in the lead

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Menswear-Inspired Clothes for Women

!–paging_filter–pNot every little girl grows out of her tomboy phase. That’s the inspiration behind TomboyX, the clothing and accessories line specifically designed for women who want menswear-inspired clothes that are tailored for a woman’s body. West Seattleites Fran Dunaway and Naomi Gonzalez and Wallingford resident Barb Gauld—who range in age from late 30s to early…