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When's the last time you had a choice between sucking on a sweet Cherryhead candy or chewing Bazooka gum? That's right. When you were a youngin'. And you can feel like one again and introduce your Little One to wonders of years past at Max & Quinn's Atomic Boys, West Seattle's latest gem.
Owner Kent Sadow says, "It's retro shop meets party store meets Archie McPhee. It's an eclectic blend of goods we didn't have in West Seattle." He put his finger right on the kitschy nose. Atomic Boys took over the spot that was, for twenty-five years, Hart's Cards and Gifts. True to that legacy, the store carries party supplies and greeting cards. They are, however, retro-fying and hipping up the selection. Think tikki-themed drink stirrers and plastic palm trees.
For the kiddos, and grownups' inner children: a wide selection of retro candy, old-school lunchboxes, pick up sticks, gags (think whoopee cushion), magic tricks, stickers, classic card games, balloons, outer-space themed logo tees, and much more to explore. Modern fads are included as well: they have Parasite Pals.
We wouldn't actually be surprised to see, among the fun wares, a red tricycle.
& Quinn's Atomic Boys
Baby Face Search: Photographer Shellie Ganz is looking for baby models for two commercial baby clothing shoots, ages 6- 12 months for one shoot, 3-18 months for the second shoot. For more information and to submit a photo (by Thursday for the first shoot), visit www.shutterboxphotos.com/blog/
Got Cheese?: The Seattle Cheese Festival is looking for the best grilled cheese sandwich in the city. Who makes more girlled cheese sandwiches than mom? If you think your recipe is a winner, read more here and submit your entry by March 21, 2008.
Joy to the World: We've found a fab new cure for sad walls; whimsical paintings by Seattleite Caroline Rivera. Read more.
Hush Hour You remember those first few months. You spent the wee hours propped up in a chair because Little One finally fell asleep on your shoulder and you were terrified to move. Read more.
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