Eric Scigliano

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Thumbnail for - Best Asian Restaurants: Northwest By Far East
Jul 25, 2012
The Insider’s Guide to Asian Food in Seattle
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Jan 14, 2011
The many and varied cuisines of Asia have enlightened and defined the Northwest palate more than any other ethnic influence. Here, the 45 best Asian restaurants representing 14 cuisines, and the...
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Jan 14, 2011
Local transit mavens make a last-ditch plea to Mayor Mike McGinn and the City Council for faster trolleys, not pricey streetcars, on First Hill.
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Jan 14, 2011
After the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, a total blackout was ordered between the Mexican and Canadian borders to foil potential attacks on the mainland. P-I photographers captured the Seattle...
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Jan 1, 2011
American Rose: A Nation Laid Bare: The Life and Times of Gypsy Rose Lee by Karen Abbott (Random House, $26) What a ripe subject Gypsy Rose Lee must have seemed—the unsinkable survivor of an...
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Dec 30, 2010
After the numbing antiseptic perfection of big-studio digital animation—that vast uncanny valley— Nine Nation Animation, a six-day animated shorts series opening Saturday at Northwest Film Forum,...
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Dec 29, 2010
Readers of the Seattle weekly formerly known as The Weekly in the early ’80s or the noughts, or of Entertainment Weekly or The Oregonian in the ’90s, or, most recently, of City Arts will recall...
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Dec 27, 2010
Say this for Seattle’s Valerie Trueblood: she knows how to sink a hook in the first sentence of the first story in a collection: “When she was twenty, Francie Madden shot and killed her husband...
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Dec 19, 2010
Here’s an unlikely holiday movie: a feel-good documentary about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. And not just another heartwarmer about musicians or children learning to play together, but the...
Thumbnail for - Clouzot’s Inferno: A Doomed Masterpiece, Recreated
Dec 17, 2010
  Henri-Georges Clouzot’s ‘Inferno,’ opening tonight at the Film Forum, is the most remarkable case of cinematic exhumation I’ve ever seen. Imagine if, when Francis Ford Coppola had his heart...
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