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100 Best Washington Wines

Washington wines keep getting better and better, and here are the best of the best, as selected by expert Sean P. Sullivan.

08/18/2010 By Sean P. Sullivan

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A Tasting Menu of Fall Arts

The Flaming Lips, Pablo Picasso masterpieces, Lucia di Lammermoor, Daniel Handler, and more in our preview of the best fall arts events.

08/12/2010 By Laura Dannen With Tiffany Wan and Douglas Bair

Washington Wine

10 Top Winery Visits

The best Washington wine destinations: Cave B, Chateau Ste Michelle, Portteus, Northstar, Col Solare, Abeja, Novelty Hill-Januik, Nefarious Cellars, Badger Mountain Vineyard, and L’Ecole No 41.

08/17/2010 By James Ross Gardner, Jessica Voelker, and Lia Steakley Dicker

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Turnover

3BA might be the next big thing in professional basketball: full-court, three-on-three hoops played at breakneck speed. But even the game’s back-and-forth action can’t compete with the legal battles and off-the-court drama its Seattle creator, Kevin LuBah

08/17/2010 By Matthew Halverson

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Arts & Culture

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The Perfect Party

This month’s party guests: Guillermo del Toro, Walter Tamosaitis, Maria Hines, Jane Goodall, Malcolm Duthie, Jaskaran Singh, Drew Carey, and Estelle Leopold.

08/19/2010

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Lost in the Shadows

Patricia Rovzar Gallery displays Z.Z. Wei’s stirring perspectives on rural Americana.

08/19/2010

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In the Key of Glee

Oak Harbor High School’s singing coach, Darren McCoy, a real-life version of Will Schuester, is teaching a Glee-inspired class just in time for the second-season premier of the hit FOX show on September 21.

08/18/2010 By Alexandra Notman

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Hold Your Tongue

Ethan Stowell, owner of Tavolàta, Anchovies & Olives, and How to Cook a Wolf, from his cookbook Ethan Stowell’s New Italian Kitchen, out September 21.

08/18/2010

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Trail of Beers

Thanks to a Sound Transit construction project that broke ground last December, much of the E-11 lot just south of Husky Stadium is off-limits to tailgaters.

08/18/2010 By Matthew Halverson

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Budding Bromance

On the set of Stephen Gyllenhaal’s new political comedy Grassroots with stars Jason Biggs and Joel David Moore.

08/17/2010 By Laura Dannen

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Turnover

3BA might be the next big thing in professional basketball: full-court, three-on-three hoops played at breakneck speed. But even the game’s back-and-forth action can’t compete with the legal battles and off-the-court drama its Seattle creator, Kevin LuBah

08/17/2010 By Matthew Halverson

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A Tasting Menu of Fall Arts

The Flaming Lips, Pablo Picasso masterpieces, Lucia di Lammermoor, Daniel Handler, and more in our preview of the best fall arts events.

08/12/2010 By Laura Dannen With Tiffany Wan and Douglas Bair

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A Losing Proposition

The Seattle United soccer mom who dares to want her child to lose.

08/10/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

Eat & Drink

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You Can't Give It Away

The best zucchini bread recipe in town, courtesy Essential Baking Company.

08/19/2010 By Jess Thomson

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Hot Spot: Elliott Bay Café

While the original Elliott Bay Café in Pioneer Square still plugs away in the basement of its vacated building at First and Main, chef Tamara Murphy brings her innovations to the lofty new Elliott Bay Book Company on Capitol Hill.

08/18/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

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Tapas Time

No month feels better suited to the heavily oiled lightness of Spanish tapas than September. Get them at these three tapas restaurants.

08/18/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

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100 Best Washington Wines

Washington wines keep getting better and better, and here are the best of the best, as selected by expert Sean P. Sullivan.

08/18/2010 By Sean P. Sullivan

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Great Scott

Scott Carsberg is keeping it eel in a casual makeover of Lampreia: Belltown restaurant Bisato.

08/18/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

Washington Wine

10 Top Winery Visits

The best Washington wine destinations: Cave B, Chateau Ste Michelle, Portteus, Northstar, Col Solare, Abeja, Novelty Hill-Januik, Nefarious Cellars, Badger Mountain Vineyard, and L’Ecole No 41.

08/17/2010 By James Ross Gardner, Jessica Voelker, and Lia Steakley Dicker

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A Note from the Editor

The Whole Wine World

08/20/2010 By Katherine Koberg

Health & Wellness

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Swing and a Prayer

At Gary Kirkland’s Emerald City Trapeze Arts in SoDo, the flying trapeze can be an aerial assault of awesome if you don’t let it go to your head.

08/17/2010 By Matthew Halverson

Home & Real Estate

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Everyone Loves a Complement

Advice from Emily Lauderback of colorinspace.com and Kathy Banak, owner of Authentic Home, for incorporating bold swaths of color into any room.

08/19/2010 By Jessica Voelker

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Hot Hoods: Wallingford

Seattle doesn&rs't require chicken owners to register their little cluckers, so it’s anyone’s guess which nabe has the largest poultry population. But as the home of Seattle Tilth, Wallingford is plenty fowl-friendly.

08/18/2010 By Matthew Halverson

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Free Rage Neighbors

When the Seattle Department of Planning and Development recommended changes to urban agriculture laws in June, including a ban on roosters, it unwittingly pitted animal-loving locavores against peace-seeking residents.

08/18/2010 By Matthew Halverson

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Letters to the Editor

The reasons to love Seattle keep coming; the Great American Apparel Diet: not impressed; vital stats on Highline Medical Center; the billionaires’ pledge: boon or bust? Huckabee’s hiccup.

08/19/2010

News & City Life

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Young MC

Is podcaster Luke Burbank, of canceled KIRO-AM talk radio show Too Beautiful to Live, the future of radio?

08/20/2010 By Matthew Halverson

Crime

Escalation Clause

A Queen Anne jaywalking stop involving Seattle Police Officer Daniel Amador and 17-year-old Joe Wilson turns violent. Have Seattle police forgotten how to put on the breaks? Does the SPD need a refresher course in de-escalation?

08/18/2010 By Eric Scigliano

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Bombers Away

Boeing will soon demolish Plant 2, where it built the B-17 Flying Fortress bombers and the first of the B-29 Super Fortresses, and partially restore its polluted site to wildland.

08/18/2010 By Eric Scigliano

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She’s the App for That

Nineteen-year-old UW business major Lily Berlina is one of 12 women featured in the new iPhone app Real Weather Girls.

08/18/2010 By Douglas Bair

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Spray Paint by Numbers

A by-the-numbers look at graffiti in Seattle.

08/17/2010

Style & Shopping

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Clothes Make the Man

Mario Bisio of downtown menswear store Mario’s opts for gray flannel pants and a pop of color.

08/25/2010 By Laura Cassidy

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Grillaxin’

While away warm September evenings with this Frykat charcoal grill by Bodum, available on Amazon.com.

08/18/2010 By Laura Cassidy

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Deja Vu All Over Again

At Cairo on Capitol Hill, the last 40 years of fashion are as good as new.

08/18/2010 By Laura Cassidy

Travel & Outdoors

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Racked with Pain

Metro's bus-bike commuter numbers are slumping. Is it because of the bike racks, manufactured by Woodinville’s Sportworks, as Dave Janis of the Bicycle Alliance of Washington suggests?

08/17/2010 By Eric Scigliano