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When a couple of social workers ask stingy Ebenezer Scrooge for a contribution in this year’s Bellevue Youth Theatre production of “A Christmas Carol,” it will be a milestone for the actors. Bernie Bauman and his daughter, Barbara, playing the social workers, take the BYT stage together for a 10th straight year.
State wine enthusiasts have created a new board game, Washington Wine Trails, that hopes to teach players about Washington state wine facts, wine & food pairing, tasting tips, definitions and pronunciations, and what not to do while wine touring.
El Gaucho Bellevue opened Nov. 25 at City Center Plaza and owners Paul and Chad Mackay are banking on a resurgence of the power lunch to make their venture tick as the restaurant settles into its new digs.
Venturing out on a limb when it comes to sampling new wines can sometimes feel like a daunting task - and an expensive one at that. To ease the angst, several Eastside restaurants are offering half-price programs on wine by the bottle.
A Seattle holiday tradition will unfold Nov. 28 with the return of ACT’s “A Christmas Carol.”
The special guest wasn’t hard to spot as Pearl Bar and Dining hosted a pre-opening reception at Lincoln Square on Nov. 13.
El Gaucho will open in Bellevue during Thanksgiving week. The restaurant will be located in the City Center Plaza at 110th Ave. N.E.
The Seattle Symphony is offering tickets starting at $10 for all holiday concerts. The special price comes from the Charles Simonyi Fund for Arts and Sciences.
Upscale store that attracts celebrities to open in September 2009.
From the outside, the quaint yellow house perched on the corner of 138th Avenue Northeast and Bel-Red Road in Bellevue looks like a typical two-story… Continue reading
Megan Noack felt like she was walking on air as she made her way down the runway at the recent 2009 Luly Yang Couture Show… Continue reading
More than 200 art and wine lovers came together for the second annual Wine and Design event at the Bellevue Arts Museum last week. The intimate event celebrated the fine art of wine, cuisine, music and design and benefited the BAM ongoing exhibitions and programs.
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With their passion for collecting contemporary craft and their openness to new forms and ideas, Sara and David Lieberman have assembled one of the most… Continue reading
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Raised on traditional Jewish deli food, Matthew Stahl, the manager of Goldbergs’ Famous Delicatessen in Bellevue knows a thing or two about authentic deli-style food.
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