A visual spectacle of Olympic proportion dazzles its way into Seattle.
Shen Wei – ever heard of him? He’s the guy who once received the MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship; the Chinese-born dancer who the Washington Post hailed as “[o]ne of the greatest artists of our time”. Nothing? Maybe this will ring a bell: Wei was the lead choreographer for the Opening Ceremonies of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Sound familiar, yet?
This annual celebration of international cinema is perfect for the kids.
Running out of creative ideas to keep your cabin fever-afflicted kids occupied this winter? Take a deep breath, your saving grace is here: the 7th annual Children’s Film Festival Seattle will be in town from Thursday, Jan. 26 to Sunday, Feb. 5.
Learn how to shoot the city from an urban art legend.
Calling all photographers – yes, even you, the Facebook profile master self-portraitist. Seattle Street Shots Studio invites amateur shutterbugs in Seattle to learn from world-renowned street photographer, Eric Kim.
Seattle Art Museum and Olson Kundig team up for a vintage music experience.
Before the advent of iPods, CDs, cassettes or 8-tracks, Seattleites rocked out to vinyl records. Thanks to a pair of celebrated local establishments, we can still enjoy this bygone form of home entertainment at a newly-opened museum in Pioneer Square.
Ring in the New Year at an upscale Seattle soiree.
If you don’t have any plans for New Year’s yet — don’t fret — you and yours are most cordially invited to rock the night away as Seattle welcomes 2012 in style. Here’s just a taste of the swankiest parties the Emerald City has to offer on Saturday, December 31st.
The dream of the 90’s is alive at Showbox at the Market.
“Do you remember the 90’s?” Fred Armisen asks Carrie Brownstein on an episode of “Portlandia,” a hit show that premiered on the Independent Film Channel (IFC) in January. “People were talking about getting piercings and getting tribal tattoos.
West Seattle vendors bundle up to bring you fresh, local grub for the holiday table.
Winter is here and many of Seattle’s farmers markets have shut down for the season — most of them, anyway. This week, the resilient vendors of the West Seattle Farmers Market will brave the cold to bring you fresh, flavorful fare one last time before the holidays get into full swing.
Experience Eastern Washington in all its snowy splendor.
Though central Washington isn’t exactly known for its hoppin’ party scene or bustling downtown area, the region boasts 300 days of sunshine every year and an annual lineup of events that are perfect for a quiet weekend getaway with friends and family. If you’re looking for
This weekend, some local rockers invite you to don a mask and party. Hard.
If you want to ring in the month of December with something a little edgier than drummer boys and jingling bells — or you already miss Halloween — head to Studio Seven on Saturday, Dec. 3 for Esitu’s sixth annual Masquerade Mayhem.