March is about to go out like a lamb, and we’re happily sharing exciting tidbits to enhance the transition to a promising new month.
Buzz about Seattle’s NHL team, upcoming music wins + ways to beat Viadoom.
Change is hard (and everywhere we look these days…), so we’re aiming to focus on the positive side of progress. Here are some topics giving us hope about what lies ahead.
Spotlighting concerts, a play + unique ways to take political action.
Bring it on, November; we have high hopes of this being a good one. We’ve rounded up a few ways to get immersed in music, theatre and election momentum.
A beautiful October event you won’t want to miss.
At a time when building bridges between cultures and facilitating discussion has never felt more urgent, the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival returns to the greater Seattle area between October 6 and 15. Over the past decade, TSAFF has grown to become the country’s largest, longest and most diverse South Asian film festival in the country.
Our amazing city gets screen time in an alluring, new short film.
Of course we all know what a fantastic destination we live in, but now two local filmmakers want to ensure that the rest of the world gets in on the secret, too. In their community-funded short film “We Make Seattle,” Scott Berkun and Bryan Zug highlight why our beautiful city proves an ideal home for creative workers and entrepreneurs.