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The 6 Best Reasons to Shop Kai Market

From Sushi Burritos to a Poke Bar

10/03/2017

Shifts & Shakeups

This Week in Restaurant News: Brunch Changeups and More Beer

Plus, Stumptown’s Pine Street location shutters.

08/11/2017 By Jaime Archer

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Oregon Wine Experience - The Quintessential Oregon Wine Event

Over 65 Oregon wineries will participate in this year’s festivities, which is one of the state’s largest wine and culinary celebrations, featuring competitions, wine discovery classes and a Grand Tasting event.

08/07/2017

City Council Position 8 Race

Candidate Profile: Mac McGregor

"The last election really propelled me to say it's time. People like me are not going back to the shadows again."

07/26/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Northwest Travel

Secrets of the Olympic Peninsula: 25 Hidden Gems Waiting Across the Sound

From forgotten history to fresh-from-the-farm cider to a valley of 10,000 waterfalls, there's so much to discover in our state's greenest corner.

07/20/2017 By Allison Williams

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The End of the Run for Con Artist James Hogue

From a podium finish in Vail to a plywood shack on Aspen Mountain, the curious conclusion of a gifted athlete-turned-grifter’s romance with Colorado mountain towns.

07/20/2017

News Roundup

Week in Review: City Income Tax, McCleary, and Trumpcare Town Halls

A wrap up of this week's news in politics.

07/07/2017 By Liz Weber

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: June 28–July 4

The week in which: Mexican treats pop up at Olympic Sculpture Park, Mbar throws a rooftop barbecue, and Elysian Brewing hosts a beer-filled Search Party.

06/28/2017 By Rosin Saez

Snap Judgment

Should It Be Legal to Pitch a Tent on the Sidewalk?

Seattle is monitoring a new Portland project to address homelessness.

06/22/2016 By Scott Johnson

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week May 16–22

Celebrate a new season with the Storm, prepare for SIFF's cinematic overload, and drink up during Seattle Beer Week.

05/16/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Scott Johnson

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Cheap Week May 9–15

Catch new music from Damien Jurado, the Thermals, and Karl Blau, Rory Scovel's comedy, and film from the trans community.

05/09/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Scott Johnson

Film Fest

SIFF Releases Its Full 2016 Lineup

Viggo Mortensen, Kate Winslet, Werner Herzog, and more: let the annual cinematic indulgence begin.

05/04/2016 By Scott Johnson

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Cheap Week May 2–8

Soak in early summer fun with Har Mar Superstar, hear Kris Orlowski debut his new album, and bid a temporary farewell to Hugo House.

05/02/2016 By Scott Johnson Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

FIlm

Young Vision: A NFFTY 2016 Guide

Picks for the best of this year's National Film Festival for Talented Youth.

04/26/2016 By Scott Johnson

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Cheap Week April 25–May 1

A new album from Erik Blood, a new play from Yussef El Guindi, and a new book from comedian Jen Kirkman.

04/25/2016 By Scott Johnson Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week April 18–24

Celebrate Shakespeare, groove with Fly Moon Royalty, and pay tribute to one of the greatest female film directors.

04/18/2016 By Scott Johnson Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week April 11–17

Check out the Pacific Northwest's best new music videos on the big screen, explore space at Pivot, and honor the memory of Noah Davis at the Frye.

04/11/2016 By Scott Johnson Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week April 4–10

Spend your week rocking out with Diarrhea Planet, paying homage to Seattle jazz great Ernestine Anderson, and getting the blues at Asian Art Museum.

04/04/2016 By Scott Johnson Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Snap Judgment

How Could Free Rent Help You Reach Your 10-Year Goals?

This April a group of Seattle landlords will choose the winner of an essay contest asking that question. The prize: a year of free rent. Publicity stunt or public good?

03/28/2016 By Scott Johnson