Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Category Archives: Culture+Society

The Works Fall Launch Party + Fall Schedule
The Works Seattle teaches workshops on growing an edible garden, preserving food (pickling and jams), baking, and other crafty things. The fall line-up is live and it includes new cooking classes, the return of sourdough bread, plus herbal infusions, terrariums, and embroidery as embellishment and so much more.  (more…)
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Culture Dose: Concert Contest Alert!
BurnCycle gives Beyonce fans the ride of their lives. Now here’s some happy news: To celebrate its five-year anniversary, BurnCycle—a rockin’ cycling studio with outposts in Ballard + Capitol Hill—is giving away two club-level seats to Jay-Z and Beyonce’s ON THE RUN II tour, which wraps here in Seattle on October 4. (more…)
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Wines, Brews, & Summer Do’s
Living in the PNW sure has its charms, and access to lovely local wines and brews is one of them. With fall on the horizon, I find myself clinging on to the final weeks of summer with lots of outdoor excursions (with the zoo being a favorite!) and refreshing drinks. August is also Washington State wine month, so there are huge wine discounts and fun events that you can check out here. Here are some of our recommendations for soaking up the rest of the summer.  (more…)
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Phantom Of The Opera comes to Paramount Theatre August 8-19
“Softly, deftly, music shall caress you. Hear it, feel it, Secretly possess you.” ― Charles Hart, The Phantom of the Opera: Piano/Vocal (more…)
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Seattleite Spotlight: Enumclaw Local Trains Women Drivers in Saudi Arabia
In a historic moment in June, the orthodox kingdom of Saudi Arabia lifted its archaic ban on female drivers. Women are still restricted in multiple ways, without complete freedom in the right to marry, work as they deem fit, or travel freely. However, this is a win as women can finally be liberated from this decades-old rule, making it easier to generally travel around, join the workforce, and expand their own businesses. (more…)
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Leavenworth River Tubing with Sound Excursions
Three weekends left to enjoy river floating in Leavenworth.  I’m sure I’ll look back on this in February and want to kick myself, but I am over the relentless summer heat and blue skies. The nonstop sun has me seeking shade and avoiding going out. Feeling like a summer scrooge, I knew I needed to find an outdoor activity that involved access to water, which is why I jumped on the opportunity to join Sound Excursions for one of their Leavenworth river tubing getaways. (more…)
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Culture Dose: Elevate Your Seafair Experience
Watch all the action from downtown’s Sky View Observatory. It’s nearly that much anticipated weekend of summer yet again—Seafair—and we can think of no better place to watch the air show this Saturday and Sunday than from the Sky View Observatory. Located on the 73rd floor of Columbia Center, the nearly 1,000-foot-tall venue (which recently underwent a million dollar makeover), offers the tallest public viewing area in the Pacific Northwest.  (more…)
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Chophouse Row Summer Events & News
Capitol Hill’s Chophouse Row has announced its busiest summer calendar yet, and there is something for everyone. This summer they unveil Sunday dance parties, a new outdoor art installation, and a jam-packed calendar of programmed events centered around food, music, fashion, and art happenings. (more…)
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