Festive Foods

Napkin Friends Is a Latke Virtuoso

The rest of the year, this food truck makes panini with potato pancakes instead of bread. But come Hanukkah, things get a little more traditional.

12/09/2016 By Jane Kidder

Festive Foods

The Swedish Club Welcomes Winter with a Smorgasbord

In the Swedish tradition, the table will be piled high with food—the kind a Scandinavian grandmother might make.

12/07/2016 By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: December 5–11

Fantagraphics turns 40, Freakout Festival gathers together Seattle's musical weirdos, and 'Ham for the Holidays' delivers its usual yuletide irreverence.

12/05/2016 By Jane Kidder Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Festive Foods

Gelatiamo Makes Italy's Labor-Intensive Holiday Bread a Seattle Tradition

Prepping a proper panettone requires 27 hours and seven rounds of dough rises. The result simply floats.

12/05/2016 By Jane Kidder

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: November 30–December 6

The week in which: Girin debuts a new one-of-a -kind beverage, Mamnoon celebrates its fourth birthday with a tasting menu, and some local food heavyweights ponder Seattle's culinary history.

11/30/2016 By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: November 28–December 4

Warm up with Cathedrals concerts from Damien Jurado and Lemolo, swing away with Sad13's electropop at the Vera Project, and laugh along with Joe Mande, 'Austen Translation,' or Emmett Montgomery.

11/28/2016 By Jane Kidder Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week: November 21–27

Car Seat Headrest plays a homecoming gig at the Neptune, My Goodness experiments with new sounds at Chop Suey, and local comedians perform drunken standup at Laughs Comedy Club.

11/21/2016 By Jane Kidder Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: November 16–22

The week in which: Dorie’s Cookies commandeers Coyle’s Bakeshop, Purple Café hosts a wine garage sale, and Daniel’s Broiler serves a comfort food feast before the Apple Cup

11/16/2016 By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: November 14–20

EMP throws a free Pop Culture Party, the Antlers's Peter Silberman plays tearful ballads at the Triple Door, and Chastity Belt brings mid-tempo female fortitude to Chop Suey.

11/14/2016 By Jane Kidder Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: November 9–15

The week in which: Chef Nancy Silverton comes to town, Bramling Cross throws a beer feast, and JarrBar offers a sneak peak of what's to come at Jarr and Co.

11/09/2016 By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: November 7–13

SIFF screens Italian cinema and top short films, Crater brings some electro darkness to Barboza, and Tacoma Art Museum looks at C. C. McKim's Northwest impressionist legacy.

11/07/2016 By Jane Kidder Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Market Forces

A New, Matt Dillon–Curated Farmers Market Debuts at Chophouse Row

Stock your fridge with the same ingredients on the chef's artful menus.

11/02/2016 By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: October 31–November 6

The Paramount host a Halloween screen of 'Nosferatu,' PWR BTTM plays its gloriously glittery rock, and standup comedians battle in the Seattle International Comedy Competition.

10/31/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: October 24–30

Timothy Egan brings his award-winning nonfiction to Benaroya Hall, Northwest Film Forum screens entertaining political shorts, and local acts imitate classic rock bands for Come As You Aren't.

10/24/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: October 17–23

KEXP hosts its first record fair, Stephen Tobolowsky brings his storytelling podcast to Town Hall, and Flock of Dimes migrates to Barboza.

10/17/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: October 10–16

Icelandic bands team up with locals for Reykjavik Calling, the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival rebrands as Twist, and Charles Burns returns with his latest dark comics collection.

10/10/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: October 3–9

The Julie Ruin hits reset at the Showbox, SIFF shows off some of the year's best French films, and the wee ones invade Seattle Center for the Seattle Children's Festival.

10/03/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: September 26–October 2

Noted Indian authors head to Asian Art Museum, puppets misbehave at Market Theater, and BrickCon brings Lego masterpieces to Seattle Center.

09/26/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Jane Kidder

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Cheap Week: September 19–25

The Moondoggies marks a decade of rocking, Local Sightings premiers a variety of Northwest films, and Velocity Dance puts its best feet forward to start a new season.

09/19/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Jane Kidder