Editor’s note: New Beginnings
If I’ve learned anything in the past few weeks, it’s this: life is precious, and if you’re gonna live it, then you might as well live it well. Work hard, play harder and love the hardest you’ve ever loved – because time is fleeting, and you never know what’s going to happen next.
I mean, 2012 is over. Can you believe it? Happy New New Year, friends! We survived the end of the world.
For the most part, the beginning of your new year is probably pretty similar to the end of 2012 – except that your gym is a little more crowded. Don’t worry, it will be back to normal next week.
Despite the normalcy, the new year is a time for new beginnings. It’s time to try new things, be new people, go on new adventures.
For our January issue we’ve got lots of treats: an introduciton to Cirque du Soleil’s “Amaluna,” a Redmond restaurant that features the comforts of home – and all you need to know about throwing the perfect wine party (because we all need an excuse to relax with people we actually like after the holidays).
We’ve also got the scoop on new music coming out of the Eastside, our favorite taverns on the Eastside – and why we won’t be missing David Alan Grier’s Special Enagagement at the Parlor Live Comedy Club later this month.
So before you get all bogged down by the sameness in your life, remember WE’VE GOT 365 BRAND SPANKIN’ NEW DAYS AHEAD OF US.
Check these pages – maybe you’ll find some new and exciting way to spend 2013. Let the adventure begin!
- Keegan Prosser