26 May 2016

Dining:

No Excuse Needed, But Hey: Nando’s Has a New Menu

I am going to write something so shocking– so baffling, really– that a couple of my fellow blogging PICs (that’s “partners in crime” for the “uncool”) may have a tough time talking to me after this disclosure: Until a few days ago, I’d never eaten at Nando’s Peri-Peri. I know. I’ll give you a second […]


19 May 2016

Shopping:

Farm to Family CSA’s Pop-Up Market RIGHT NOW

You may have seen the Farm to Family CSA flyers around the Hill (or maybe you heard about them through us, last year!). Starting today, you can grab some farm-fresh goodness near the corner of 3rd and Massachusetts NE, next to Romeo and Juliet. In addition to supporting local farmers and connecting the average city slicker […]


19 May 2016

Events:

To Do Weekend of May 19th – 22nd

Not going to discuss the weather. Can’t possibly discuss the rain anymore. Moving on to the weekend and how we will entertain ourselves. Tonight at the Hill Center is The Life of a Poet: Conversations with Ron Charles and guest Mary Jo Bang. Charles, Washington Post Editor of Book World, will interview Bang about her life and work […]


12 May 2016

Events:

To Do: Weekend of May 12th – 15th

I can’t anymore with this rain! I’ve lost the will to do anything and I’m consuming Pacific Northwest amounts of coffee. It is a neat experiment on the important role the sun plays in moods, but I get the point and now I’m done. How will we weather the weather? Tonight at Union Market’s Test Kitchen […]


05 May 2016

Events:

To Do Weekend of May 5th – 8th

So today is Cinco De Mayo. A holiday I enjoy mostly because I see my last name advertising Tecate and Coronas. So hoow to spend this hopefully dry weekend? Tonight in the Test Kitchen at Union Market learn how to brew your best coffee with the folks from Peregrine. You will  practice brewing, learn new recipes, […]


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