How to Celebrate Native American Heritage Month

Not just home to Thanksgiving, November is also Native American Heritage Month (which, it shouldn’t come as a surprise, wasn’t officially designated until 1990). Though celebrating the contributions of Indigenous people is always important, this month is an especially good time for it, and many local organizations are holding panel discussions, performances, and other events […]

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The Best Movies to Stream This Week

We know you’re probably busy rolling pie dough and basting various meats, so we’ve rounded up our picks for the best movies streaming this week through local theaters and nationwide platforms to save you a little time. See them all below, from the new music documentary Zappa to Fruit Chan’s post-Handover indie film Made in Hong […]

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EverOut’s 2020 Holiday Gift Guide

In the year of COVID-19, shopping small and supporting local businesses is even more important than ever. Luckily, Seattle is full of extremely talented, creative people, so it should be easy to find something for everyone on your list while doing just that. Below, we’ve rounded up a selection of our favorite books, food gifts, […]

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This Week in Seattle Food News

As Washington enters a state-mandated shutdown on indoor dining, the Seattle food scene is still dynamic and constantly changing. This week, a takeout and delivery pop-up brings fry-and-Cheeto-stuffed burritos to Seattle, Canlis reveals plans for a new “yurt village,” and Cortona Cafe announces that it will close for good. Plus, a meaty favorite plots a […]

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Local Wine Clubs to Try

Looking to support local businesses and also learn more about wine this holiday season? Try a wine club! Seattle is home to a wealth of clubs, from hip natural wine subscriptions like the ones at Glinda and Left Bank to more traditional ones like those at Elsom Cellars and Chateau Ste. Michelle. Whether you’re looking […]

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