Starry Days and Nights
Seattle Astrologer to the Stylish Celebrates Momstrology
It's like a grown-up version of the Capitol Hill block party for people who like ruling planets, old school analog photography, navigating the universe, and family fun.
Astrologically minded readers of mags such as Elle know twins Tali and Ophira Edut from monthly horoscope pages, but everyone who thinks about rising suns and ruling planets (and the great star-covered Northwest) should know that Tali actually lives here. Her husband Cory Verellen runs a Seattle Met fave, Rare Medium, and the two are hosting a day-long block party kinda thing on Saturday, May 24 from 10 to 3 to celebrate the release of the Edut sisters' Momstrology.
"We have a passion for creating healthy, happy families," the local Edut told me. "Astrology is a great tool for that. When you can understand what makes each other tick, you can accept your differences and support each other better."
But you know what? You can talk to Tali yourself about all this outside Rare Medium while checking out hands-on photo activities in the Impossible Project’s Airstream trailer (!), scoring special deals from Bootyland and Aria and Moxi Salons, getting little ones inside the nearby Fire Station #25, rolling your sleeves up at the Project Room, and snacking on goods from Dianne's Delights and NuFlours.
And here's your final Mother's Day tip: the Edut's book is prominently placed at the downtown Seattle Barnes and Noble store now. I'm not sure which procrastinating sign that tip is best for, but I'm sure the Twins can tell you.