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The Amber Den Opens
What: Ballard’s new craft brew- and wine-focused spot for sipping and supping.
Why: Local beers (Snoqualmie, Maritime Pacific, Chuckanut) meet tasty bites (albondigas, braised short ribs, and blue cheese-and-bacon mushrooms).
When: Daily, 2-10 p.m.
Where: 1556 NW 56th St. (206-783-0131).
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What: Our just-launched pinboards cover everything from food and fashion to weddings and kids’ parties (beautifully, of course).
Why: Recipes, the latest street style, decorating ideas, and more.
When: You need a little inspiration.
Where: Online at pinterest.com/dailycandy.
Shot Through the Heart
What: Seattle Women’s Chorus sings about the stuff that makes the world go round.
Why: Humor-filled, sarcastic, and musically diverse tunes (everything from “My Funny Valentine” to “Candyman”).
When: Sat. & Sun., 2 p.m.
Where: Benaroya Hall, 200 University St. (206-215-4747). Tickets ($20-$60) online at tickets.flyinghouse.org.
Of Breath and Rain
What: Susie J. Lee’s stunning first solo museum exhibition debuts at the Frye Art Museum.
Why: Explore human existence through sound, light, and video installations.
When: Sat.-Apr. 15.
Where: 704 Terry Ave. (206-622-9250).
What: The local folk crooner celebrates the release of his tenth full-length album, Maraqopa, in concert.
Why: A psychedelic new sound and a demonstrable evolution of songwriting.
When: Fri., 9 p.m.
Where: Neptune Theatre, 1303 NE 45th St. (877-784-4849). Tickets ($14) online at purchase.tickets.com.
The Spa at Willows Lodge
What: The once-claustrophobic wellness retreat has been renovated and expanded.
Why: A new steam room, relaxation room, nail parlor, shower room, and foyer give the luxury spot an airy vibe.
When: Daily, 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 14580 NE 145th St., Woodinville (425-424-2900).
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