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Day 27: The Carlile Room

Have you ever had one of those “wow, I’m gonna try to replicate this at home!” moments when you eat something simple yet so good at a restaurant? 57 more words

Seattle

Day 24: Dahlia Lounge

There are crab cakes and there are real crab cakes. The Dungeness crab cakes from Dahlia Lounge are incredible. Two hefty pieces of crab cakes (each about the size of my palm) without nonsense potato fillers and paired with curried cauliflower make a substantial meal, something I can never find in Singapore! 18 more words

Seattle

Day 24: Serious Pie

2 things I learn today:

1. Tom Douglas is a famous chef with multiple restaurants in Seattle and Serious Pie is one of them.
2. Pizza joints… 88 more words

Seattle

Review - Brett Eldredge's "Somethin' I'm Good At"

Sleepy. Boring. Sappy. Three words that sum up some of Brett Eldredge’s most recent singles. While Eldredge was one of the many who indulged in and gained fame from chasing bro country, you certainly wouldn’t put him amongst the group’s worst offenders. 337 more words

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Song Review - Brett Eldredge's "Somethin' I'm Good At"

Well, it’s more interesting than his last couple of singles, I’ll give Brett Eldredge that. Still, I keep hoping for something more from the artist who brought us “Raymond”, easily still the best song in Brett’s discography thus far. 342 more words

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Book Review: The Sixth Window by Rachel Abbott (@RachelAbbott; @MauraRedPR) #Manchester #144Books

Happy publication day to Rachel Abbott whose brand new DCI Tom Douglas novel, The Sixth Window is released today. I was absolutely thrilled to lay my hands on an advance copy and to now be able to share my review with you all. 1,248 more words

Crime, Thrillers And Mystery

Women's March Seattle Rocked!

Everyone now has had a chance to see the phenomenal turnout of passionate protestors at the Women’s March yesterday but let me tell you firsthand what it was like in Seattle.  502 more words

Adventure