Wonderful ways to ring in the first month of 2019
As we all ease our way back into routines and deadlines, we’re keeping our eyes on the bright spots of the season. We’ve gathered a few feel-good ways to invest your time and energy in the month ahead.
Green Day’s emotions-angst Broadway rock-opera hits the stage in the Emerald City.
You all know that song- the one that comes on the radio as you’re sitting in rush hour traffic. You mumble along to the all too familiar melody, which has seeped deep into your unconsciousness, right up to the catchy sing-a-long chorus, ‘Don’t wanna be an American idiot!.’
Join two accomplished chefs for a night of culinary conversation.
With all the culinary diversity available in the area, food lovers in Seattle are pretty lucky as it is, but Seattleites are about to get even luckier when two food Gods grace us with their presence.
Enjoy some bears, beets and Battlestar Galactica at the Paramount.
Seattle-born comedian Rainn Wilson has been acting since 1997, when he debuted on One Life To Live. Since then, he has appeared in supporting roles for films such as Galaxy Quest, Almost Famous and Juno, and TV series like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Entourage and Six Feet Under. However, most know the actor from his role as
The controversial comedienne will perform two shows in Seattle this weekend.
Love her or hate her, no one puts on a live show quite like Kathy Griffin — and this weekend, Seattleites get two opportunities to experience her fiery presence firsthand. The award-winning comic, actress, author and star of the hit reality show “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List” is scheduled to perform at