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Tacoma Art Museum’s ‘(Re)Presenting Native Americans’ Opens this Month

The museum investigates the American identity through paintings of Native Americans

One year ago, the Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) debuted its Haub wing, designed to house a newly acquired collection of…

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Cocktail Writer Paul Clarke on his New Book ‘The Cocktail Chronicles’

The author tells us how to make better cocktails at home, new ingredients to try

One of the world’s finest dipsographers (cocktail and spirit writers), Paul Clarke has called Seattle home since moving here from…

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Top Cocktail Trends of 2015

What's happening in the bar and drink-making scene

Seattle’s bar and cocktail scene is evolving in ways we could have only imagined a few years back. Creativity abounds,…

AJ Rathbun, with Jessica Yadegaran and Chelsea Lin

6 of the Tastiest Happy Hours in the City

Where to nab good, high-quality food at a fraction of the cost

Exceptional cocktails soar on their own. The last thing you want to do is bring them down with an order…

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Food We Love: Octopodi at Ballard’s Plaka Estiatorio

The generous curl of octopus is marinated in white wine and red wine vinegar

The Acropolis is missing, but Ballard’s Plaka Estiatorio still reminds me of Plaka, the historic neighborhood in Athens. Fresh olive…

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‘Atomic Frontier’ Exhibit at NW African American Museum Offers Insight

Photography exhibit chronicles the lives of black workers who helped build atomic bombs

In 1943, humble farmers were forced to evacuate their homes in eastern Washington’s Hanford–Pasco–White Bluffs region to make way for…

Jennifer Meyers