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Enjoying Spring and Staying Vigilant

After one of the wettest winters we can remember, we’re relishing the scents of spring and every sun break. And as we think of all the rain that has fallen in recent months, we’re so grateful that deep wells of standing water are not in front of our community’s homes. 137 more words


By Ian Bremner

There are countless quotes about the sophistication in pure simplicity. They would apply to rock n roll music too. There is nothing new or sonically groundbreaking about Bread & Butter’s self-titled record, but that’s what makes it so refreshing. 156 more words


Backstage Pass: Bowie Tribute Show, West Seattle

On Saturday 8 April 2017, West Seattle’s Skylark Cafe hosted a David Bowie tribute / variety show. A musician friend of mine, Claire Michelle, told me about it. 408 more words


Stacey Sterling Murals

Stacey Sterling has a booth, BASILIC, at Pike Place Market where she sells hand-painted textiles and other art. Two of her murals decorate West Seattle sights. 229 more words

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In the morning coming off the plateau the fog looked like clouds over the lake

That April we got married the weather had been good every weekend three weekends in a row and I worried our luck would run out by our wedding day. 608 more words


Washington Wine Club - April 2017

2013 Gramercy, Lagniappe Syrah, $60

Winery info: Founded in 2005 by master sommelier-turned winemaker, Greg Harrington, who oversaw wine programs at some of the top restaurants in the country before moving to Walla Walla to make Bordeaux- and Rhône-inspired wines in Washington. 290 more words


Oregon Wine Club - April 2017

2014 Lachini Vineyards, Estate Pinot Noir $55

Winery info: Ron and Marianne Lachini planted their first vines in 1997 and released their first vintage in 2001. 346 more words

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