An event that features champagne, clothes and charity, too.
Shopping for a good cause? If you ask us, that seems like a fabulous excuse to pop out the credit card (and the bubbly). Next Thursday, May 16 (from 5 to 8 p.m.), Kimpton‘s Seattle hotels host the sixth annual “Girls Gone Glam” shopping extravaganza.
Concerts captured on camera shine at Triple Door; Langhorne Slim steals the spotlight on several Seattle stages
This Thursday, April 4, The Triple Door launches its month-long homage to 20 of Seattle’s top “rocktographers,” those talented photogs who regularly risk rowdy mosh pits and backstage chaos to document the scenes found here in the music mecca
Getting the scoop from a successful Seattle theater entrepreneur
Seattleite recently chatted with AJ Epstein, who owns and operates Fremont’s West of Lenin, a modern 88-seat black box theater and studio space that features programming that ranges from in-house and guest produced plays to musical events and readings.
Follow the sound of Banjos in Bellevue for a toe-tapping good time.
A bluegrass bonanza takes over Bellevue for the fourth year at the Wintergrass Music Festival, a showcase of 29 bands and more than 150 musicians. This upcoming weekend’s gathering
Malian rhythms and surf-rock meet Appalachian folk sounds at the Tractor this Saturday
Toubab Krewe hails from Asheville, North Carolina, yet the group has traveled far (Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mali) to truly find its sound. The quintet counts African greats like Ali Farka Toure, Orchestra Baobab and Salif Keita among its many influences. The musicians admit they cannot easily be fit under one genre; the group’s been described
Tastes of summer at a water-themed extravaganza
In need of some sunny news? Even though we might feel dubious about it at present, boating season will return and, when it finally does arrive, we best be prepared. Lucky for us, the 66th Annual Seattle Boat Show, Indoors + Afloat opens this Friday the 25th at 11 a.m., giving plenty of reasons to daydream of carefree days gliding atop Seattle’s waterways.
PNB puts its own spin on Shakespeare’s masterpiece.
Craving a little romance, some spectacular dancing, or a combo of the two? You’re in luck. The Pacific Northwest Ballet brings its contemporary interpretation of Shakespeare’s tragedy to McCaw Hall February 1 through 10. According to The Seattle Times: “It’s a remarkable work…like no ‘Romeo
Seeking a little holiday cheer, eh? We’ve got just the place for you.
There’s no question: Victoria does the holiday season right. Think twinkly lights, adorned trees and heaps of seasonal activities and special events. A festive buzz pervades the waterside city throughout the month, providing merriment for all. Sure, we like Vancouver Island
This weekend, a Kentucky-bred talent & his cello electrify the Tractor Tavern stage
Fans adore cellist, singer-songwriter and composer Ben Sollee for his genre-bending, storytelling, Appalachia-loving ways. He’s shared the stage with, among other musical greats, Bela Fleck and My Morning Jacket, he’s a political activist, and he can often be