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Whether you have a favorite in the big game this year or not, it’s always a fun time when family and friends get together to watch it on TV and eat good food. And why not enjoy the Harbaugh brothers matchup? If you’re looking to stay in town on Sunday, February 3, here’s where you’ll find a great place to hang out!
The Who will play NYC’s Madison Square Garden on the night of the nominations concert.
The Who and Hunter Hays are also scheduled to perform during the live television special airing on CBS, December 5 at 10PM.
Seattle restauranteur Tom Douglas’ Palace Ballroom is throwing a Top Chef: Seattle Premier Party! Celebrating Seattle’s debut on the BravoTV hit, you can watch the premier and enjoy bites and bubbles!
The campaign to uphold the state’s gay marriage law raised $2.8 million in cash contributions over the past six weeks.
The group promoting an initiative that would bring charter schools to Washington began running its first TV ad in the state on Friday.
Adam Brown and Jason Reid weren’t seeking critical acclaim or a national audience when they went about chronicling the steps that led the Seattle SuperSonics to become the Oklahoma City Thunder. But the documentary will get a national stage on Friday night when it’s broadcast on CNBC, which purchased the rights.