This month, show Pioneer Square who’s the geekiest of them all.
Is your intelligence heightened after a good buzz? Do you have a keen (and rather embarrassing) knowledge of obscure information? Well, Geeks Who Drink (GWD) and Merchants Café and Saloon invite you to prove it at Pioneer Square’s Holiday Trivia Nights, which will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on both Thursday, Dec. 22, and Thursday, Dec. 29. (more…)
Celebrate the Festival of Lights with music from the Seattle Jewish Chorale.
It’s virtually impossible to turn on the radio in December and not hear rendition after rendition of America’s favorite Christmas tunes. Bon Jovi rocks out to announce Santa’s arrival in town, while Bing Crosby croons about snowy white Christmas dreams — but what about those of us who celebrate the holidays with potato latkes, dreidel games and lighting the menorah? Where are all the Hanukkah songs?
The Progressive International Motorcycle Show rolls into town.
This weekend, the Washington State Convention Center will host the Seattle leg of the Progressive International Motorcycle Show. The exposition series kicked off last month in San Mateo, Calif., and is scheduled to visit 11 U.S. cities before the final pit-stop in Daytona Beach, Fla., in March 2012. (more…)
Two legends at the top of their game.
“Hugo” — Scorsese’s colorful homage to old cinema
“From the man who brought you ‘Mean Streets’ and ‘Goodfellas’ comes a melancholy children’s romp about the need for film preservation…in 3D (more…)
Enjoy tea and discussion with an award-winning Japanese author.
This weekend, take part in a multicultural experience. Expand your literary palette, sip green tea in a traditional setting, and listen to celebrated Japanese-American author Naomi Hirahara discuss her bestselling whodunnit series, “Mas Arai Mysteries.” (more…)
We’ve got the scoop on the grooviest acts in town.
Five Alarm Funk
Self-described as the “champions of the party-funk orchestra scene,” Five Alarm Funk combines all of your favorite genres into one stream of chaotic bliss. When it comes to live performance, these Canadian imports leave no rock unturned. (more…)
Enjoy an American holiday classic, courtesy of Seattle Theatre Group.
This yuletide season, Langston Hughes’ “Black Nativity” — celebrating the 50th anniversary of its premiere this month — will be presented at The Moore Theatre by Seattle Theatre Group (STG). (more…)