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18 Seattle Markets & Pop-Ups Where You Can Shop For Last-Minute Valentine's Day Gifts

by Stranger Things To Do Staff Give a handmade gift (made by a professional) this Valentine's Day. If you're in need of a last-minute Valentine's Day gift, we have good news: There are many markets and pop-ups happening in Seattle over...Show More Summary

18 Seattle Markets & Pop-Ups Where You Can Shop For Last-Minute Valentine's Day Gifts

Where to get handmade, local, artisan gifts in Seattle in 2017. by Stranger Things To Do Staff If you're in need of a last-minute Valentine's Day gift, we have good news: There are many markets and pop-ups happening in Seattle over the...Show More Summary

3 Places to Try in Seattle This Weekend

Warm up with congee and cocktails from Kraken Congee Welcome back to Eater Seattle's Something for the Weekend column. Every Friday, you probably ask the same question: Where should I eat and drink this weekend? Covering brunch, dinner,...Show More Summary

The 21 Best Movies Playing In Seattle This Weekend: Feb 10-12, 2017

by Stranger Things To Do Staff Prepare for Valentine's Day with the beautifully kinetic testament to human sweetness that is Amélie, which will be playing at Central Cinema. Heading to the movies this weekend? Check out one of theseShow More Summary

It’s Happening Again: 33 1/3 Takes on Twin Peaks

by Robert Ham Few current directors are better at deepening the impact of their visuals with the perfect song or bit of scoring than David Lynch. So many of the indelible moments from his film and TV work are accompanied by an unsettling...Show More Summary

If You Care About Keeping Washington Police Officers Accountable for Using Deadly Force, Here’s Who You Should Email

by Carter Sherman Last year, Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin called on lawmakers in Olympia to change the state law on police killings. “It’s the right thing to do,” he said. Ansel Herz Down in Olympia, the Washington State Legislature...Show More Summary

Police Reports Illustrated: Two Men Try to Sell a Boat

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ITMFA Watch

by Dan Savage Support for impeaching Trump has climbed from 35% to 40% to 46% over the first three weeks of his Presidency: https://t.co/SY2MAfuuiA — PublicPolicyPolling (@ppppolls) February 10, 2017 Impeach the motherfucker already!...Show More Summary

The Morning News: State GOP Wants Seattle To Pay For Good Schools In Areas That Voted for Trump and Betsy DeVos

by Charles Mudede Saint John's Bar & Eatery' sandwich board don't spell so good because the new education secretary Betsy DeVos don't think so good. The board went viral. Saint John's Bar & Eatery State Republicans Present Plan thatShow More Summary

Sugar and Spicer and Everything Nicer: A Slew of Delightful Videos to Start Your Day

by Dan Savage What happens when an actual Christian wanders into a Republican representative's town hall meeting in Tennessee? Watch: Seriously urge everyone to watch this entire question from a woman at GOP #Obamacare townhall in Tennessee:...Show More Summary

The 20 Best Movies Playing In Seattle This Weekend: Feb 10-12, 2017

The Stranger's film critics' picks for movies playing Feb 10-12 in Seattle. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Heading to the movies this weekend? Check out one of these films recommended by our critics, like Julie Dash’s rightfully legendary...Show More Summary

Appeals Court Refuses to Reinstate Trump's Travel Ban

by Sydney Brownstone Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson outside the US District Courthouse in Seattle after a federal judge halted Trump's executive order. SB A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San...Show More Summary

Victim of Shooting at UW Milo Yiannopoulos Protest Still in Serious Condition, Alleged Shooter Remains Uncharged

by Ana Sofia Knauf Conservative demonstrators congregated outside UW's Kane Hall where Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos spoke on Inauguration Day. They later clashed with anti-fascist protesters and a man was shot and wounded. Sean...Show More Summary

Redwood, With ‘All Its Leaky Charms,’ Closing in November

The dive bar will make way for new development Kiss Redwood’s sticky table tops, peanut shell-strewn floors, and “all its leaky charms” goodbye on November 16, as the Western-themed dive bar on Capitol Hill has finally settled on an official closing date. Show More Summary

Jury Begins Deliberations in Che Taylor Inquest Hearing; Final Testimony Focused on Wounds and a Handgun

by Lester Black Officer Michael Spaulding, left, speaks with his attorney Ted Buck, center, and Officer Scott Miller, right. Lester Black King County's inquest into the death of Che Taylor, already three days behind schedule, is nowShow More Summary

Savage Love Letter of the Day: Reader Advice Round-up

by Dan Savage It's Thursday, the day I (kindasorta) shut my mouth and let my readers take over. This week: federal student aid, asexuality, a clearly unhinged Trump supporter, the guilt of cis straight people, and liberals in flyover...Show More Summary

Weekend TV Planner: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, the Grammys, The Walking Dead

by Leilani Polk Alec Baldwin as Trump on SNL With shows premiering nearly every week on network, cable and streaming TV, it sometimes feels impossible to keep up, let alone make an informed decision about the ones you should be devoting your valuable attention to (and those you might want to avoid altogether). Show More Summary

27 Black History Month 2017 Events In Seattle

Poetry readings, film screenings, performances, art shows, lectures, concerts, and more Black History Month events in Seattle. by Stranger Things To Do Staff This month, there are dozens of events happening in honor of Black History Month, including poetry readings, film screenings, performances, art shows, lectures, concerts, and more. Show More Summary

85°C Bakery Café Opens This Month in Tukwila

On February 24, get an iced sea salt coffee for 10 cents Ultra-popular Taiwanese-based chain 85°C Bakery Café finally lands in the Pacific Northwest this month, with a Tukwila flagship holding its grand opening February 24 at 1341 Southcenter Mall, slightly later than hoped. Show More Summary

Get Half-Naked, Run for Charity

by Leilani Polk Brian Mullins/Cupid Charities For those who are a little too demure to shed it all and hop on the World Naked Bike Ride, but might be inclined to bare your skin to chill breezes and still-wintery air in your favoriteShow More Summary

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