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Two ambitious projects bring Seattle's many tons of neglected backyard fruit to needy tables and fancy restaurants. Foraging feels good, but can it be efficient and financially sustainable?READ MORE 41 COMMENTS
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$15 or Less: Women Artisans at the Burke, outdoor cinema everywhere, Shelby Earl, Skakespeare's Star Wars
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The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.
Modern Farmer’s future in doubt
Modern Farmer's paid editors walked out its doors on Friday.
Anheuser-Busch to buy Seattle's Elysian Brewery
Allecia Vermillion writes that, "According to the release, Elysian's partners will remain with the brewery, including Dick Cantwell, one of the founding fathers of Seattle's beer scene."
The Kingfish Cafe closing; owners say they will relocate
After nearly 20 years on Capitol Hill, soul food restaurant Kingfish Cafe is closing. Though the owners say they hope to relocate.
Cuban sandwich shop Paseo re-opens with different owners and a credit card machine.
Toast the New Year with something nutritious: beer
Compared to other forms of alcohol, beer provides the most nutritional value.
5 dead, 1 ill in WA; caramel apples to blame?
A sweet treat has turned potentially deadly for dozens of people in multiple states.
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