If you happen to be strolling around Chinatown this weekend, it may seem even more bustling than usual — that’s because the 2012 Dragon Fest will be in full swing.
The mecca of beer events arrives in the Emerald City.
Don’t know the difference between a pale ale and a porter? Or a stout and a pilsner? Then study up at the Seattle International Beerfest, which features over 200 world-class beers. Get your drinking arm ready to lift cold brewskis as you
From basement to Ballard — this cold one is canned craft microbrew goodness.
Beer brewing sagas tend to go something like this: Beer-loving bosom buddies set out on a search to find respite from the nine-to-five drone of everyday life. Armed with half-decent grades in high school chemistry and a “bourgeoning” interest in beer, the aforementioned friends decide to embark upon a brewing journey
Head to the (far) Eastside for a lineup of libations that’ll please your palette.
Since 2010, bar manager Jon Christiansen has worked diligently, like a devoted scientist, experimenting, researching and tasting, to create a line up of craft cocktails that will one day possibly be considered the best in all Seattle.
Fashion designers from around the country are giving life to society’s rubbish.
Turning trash into haute couture is a fashion sensation that has hit the runway. This month, the Intiman Playhouse at the Seattle Center will host Trash Fashion Futures 2012, a fashion show highlighting an elegant form of recycling.
Experience the world through contemporary dance.
Every year, Seattleites congregate to take part in the Seattle International Dance Festival (SIDF), Beyond the Threshold — an contemporary arts event that lights up the Emerald City. The SIDF is a ten-day merriment that highlights dance and art in Seattle with workshops and performances by international, national and local dancers.
Get through hump day with some high energy beats from this local band!
It’s not often a band emerges with a style that has the ability to pleasure audiences of various musical tastes and backgrounds. Learning Team, a Bellingham-based quintet, will lure you in with their captivating choruses and upbeat performance – ensuring a night full of joy!
A stylish event for fashion and compassion.
It’s no secret that Seattleites love fashion and fundraising events — so ladies (and gents) — get ready to strap on your favorite pair of heals (or dress shoes), enjoy some wine, and help support Seattle Children’s Home at the 2nd annual Seattle Wine Women & Shoes Event. In recognition of May as “National Mental Health Month” and “Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week,” Seattleites will gather for some fashion and compassion.
Just in time for Spring — rediscover a whole new Tini Bigs.
The talented bartenders of the legendary Seattle watering hole, Shane Sahr, Ian Cargill, Michael Cadden and general manager, Joe Zara revamp the drink menu to offer a new lineup of innovative craft cocktails.