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Corretto–The Italian Restaurant On the Block

Delicious food and a neighborhood feel makes Corretto one of our favorites

The biggest problem with Corretto (416 Broadway E; 206.328.7817; correttoseattle.com) is that it’s too easy to miss. It’s smack dab…

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What to See This Fall: Visual Arts

  Seattle Art Museum: Pop Departures Those Pop Art troublemakers have been at it for the last 60 years: shaking…

Brangien Davis and Dana Standish

New Fall Restaurant Openings in Capitol Hill

If you thought Capitol Hill reached its restaurant apex five years ago, you'd be wrong

The neighborhood is back for round two, with so many promising new restaurants this fall, it’s head-spinning. Interestingly enough, this…

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The 50 Bands Rocking Seattle Music Right Now

Are you up on Seattle's music scene? Test your knowledge with these local bands

What’s your favorite current Seattle band? If you have trouble answering (or if you draw a blank after Macklemore), we’re…

Brangien Davis & Jake Uitti

Four Locally Based Websites that are Changing the Way we Shop

The technology talent and Internet savvy in this town has spilled over into independent retail

Craft & Culture The only constant at Jason Parker and Hana Ryan Wilson’s excellent online marketplace, Craft & Culture (craftandculture.com),…

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A Fresh Crop of Newly Opened Stores in Seattle

New store openings over the summer and into the fall are filling Seattle’s retail scene

[kids’ clothing] Totara Back in July, entertainment industry veteran Daya Marron opened Totara (Madrona, 1130 34th Ave.; 206.765.7581; totarakids.com), a…

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