This rock ‘n roll story is inspired by women musicians in Seattle during the famed grunge years. Remember 66 Saints, 7 Year Bitch, Bell, Capping Day, Danger Gens, Faster Tiger, Flood, The Gits, Hammerbox, Incredible Force of Junior, Kristen Barry, and Maxi Badd?
“So God Made A DJ” – Jack Seattle collaborated on this ode to the radio disc jockey, a la Dodge’s Paul Harvey narrated, “So God Made A Farmer.” A very talented voice actor did the audio and Seattle put the visual together.
Dave Barry: America’s favorite Pulitzer Prize-winning humorist The world-renowned essayist, columnist, non-fiction and fiction book author is out with another gem that I read in 2 days… I couldn’t put down this fast-moving story about Miami, […]
Seattle’s Amazon.com definitely doesn’t consider our region to be grey and bleak — based of new sales figures from the company, the Pacific Northwest is home to three of the most romantic cities in the country.
“Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Gainsborough: The Treasures of Kenwood House, London” opens February 14 at Seattle Art Museum. Learn about the neoclassical Kenwood House in London and the exhibition of internationally important Old Master paintings housed there, on view in Seattle for the first time.
It started in 1997 as Everett Women’s Film Festival, a time to recognize outstanding international female filmmakers and actresses. Today, the 16th Annual Everett Film Festival will be taking place on February 8 and 9 at the Everett Performing Arts Center.
Seattle is filled with a rich history and African American culture and Black History Month is the prime time to celebrate them.
49 years after the Beatles had a concert in Seattle and a press conference in the Edgewater Hotel, the cast of RAIN a Beatles Tribute Band held a press conference and performed an acoustic set at the same hotel! Catch them live this weekend at The Moore Theatre.
It Gets Better is a music and theater production, presented by the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, in partnership with the UW Chorale, aimed at energizing community awareness and support around the issues of bullying and harassment.
Like getting your hands dirty? Want to learn a new art form? Pottery classes, for adults and kids, include making clay, learning to use a pottery wheel, sculpting and handbuilding. Check out some of these great studios!
Take an enchanting trip for Valentine’s Day. Tour the world’s most romantic cities, in photos.
The Neptune Theater re-opens it’s doors on September 25th with it’s “Open House” where you can enjoy the extensive renovations made to this historic theater.
The first 5 events are free including The Rocky Horror Picture Show which is how many first discovered the Neptune in the first place, and can be found here.
This Fourth of July, wear your patriotic spirit on your sleeve…or face, or feet, or anywhere! Here are some cool, weird, and funny July Fourth inspired fashion ideas using America’s national colors of red, white […]