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Dec
2-24

War on Christmas 2022 @ Theatre Off Jackson

Take a vacation from Seattle’s Christmas Industrial Complex 🎄

Howl-o-ween @ W Seattle

Spoopy puppy prizes 💀 🐕 🏆

Panting collie wearing devil horn glasses
Oct
27
Too Late — You Missed It!

Thursday, October 27th • 6 pm

You’re walking in downtown Seattle. It’s eerie, and your phone is dead. Out of the corner of your eye, you spot him—a chihuahua dressed as a Demogorgon. 

Fortunately, instead of a four-legged creature running to eat you, he’s running to lick you. Skittering chihuahuas! Gentle labs! Judging dachshunds! All these dressed-up doggos compete for a 1st place prize this coming Thursday at Howl-o-ween. And what’s that prize? A sweet overnight stay in a Studio Suite with complimentary breakfast and cocktails (yes, cocktails) for the pupper’s parents. Other awards for “Best Pair” and “Best Pack” include a $50 and $25 TRACE Market gift card, respectfully. If you just wanna dress your pup up and sip on some cocktails and not compete, that’s cool too. You’re gonna be petting dogs with a drink in your hand; what’s not to enjoy?

The first-time event is a partnership between the W Living Room bar and CityDog magazine. A portion of all proceeds goes to the Homeward Pet Adoption Center. It’s free to attend, but spots are limited, so be fast and RSVP here

📸: W Seattle

Nathan is a recent UW graduate and a connoisseur of instant Vietnamese coffee—the same brand for six years. ("G7 3-in-1" to be exact!!!) He is currently a volunteer book reviewer for The International Examiner and a dog dad to Willow, the world's most animated terrier.

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