Monday, August 23, 2010
Frizzy hair stand back. Bad roots take cover. Lackluster locks-- be forewarned. Check 'em out! Click link above.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
A.J. Rathbun swept in and wrote a lovely story on the recent bourbon dinner at Spur... a five course feast showcasing the talents of Seattle's top bartenders and the skills of our City's best chefs, Brian McCracken and Dana Tough (also of Tavern Law). We love the article and were so thrilled to get top-billing on the site's front page too. Thank you A.J. (and p.s you too R.D)!
To read the entire article, THE BEST COCKTAILS I NEVER HAD, please click blog title above.
Friday, August 20, 2010
Thank you to Sally Farhat Kassab for the lovely placement of dsigner Bowle's new book in the gorgeous new issue of Seattle Bride magazine. Paired with Ali Basye and Lorna Yee's The Newlywed Kitchen, Rosanna's book Coming Home is showcased in the article, "Eat, Drink and Be Married".
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Served Raw wrote in their story yesterday, "Gastropub Your Saturday Night: Create a one-of-a-kind dinner party by offering guests seasonally driven food along with perfectly paired cocktails a la Spur Gastropub in Seattle. When the word beer doesn’t come up once during a gastropub interview, one may scratch her head. We went along with it and were pleased to discover that Chefs Brian McCracken and Dana Tough of Seattle’s Spur Gastropub and Tavern Law focus their diners’ experiences around seasonally driven food and cocktails. We endorse skipping the brews and Yorkshire puddings in favor of their inventive combos. With a little inspiration, you can pound out an off-roaded gastropub meal of your own at home."
Click on blog title above to read the interview with Chefs Tough and McCracken. And thank you so much for the wonderful feature Shirley!
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Bye Bye Hubbie; Hello New Face- AOL’s StyleList Chat’s with Dr. Richard Baxter on Plastic Surgery Trend
For her StyleList story on post-divorce “vengeance” plastic surgery, AOL’s Grace Gold spoke with divorcees and their surgeons to dig into the trend. Since Seattle’s Dr. Baxter sees post-divorce or post break-up clients almost daily he was delighted to weigh in noting that while surgery can boost self-image and confidence, it won’t fix life’s problems or even save a marriage. Click on blog title above to read the full story.