Two legendary ska bands resurrect the genre in their first tour together.
People like to run their mouths a lot. Stupid people say stupid things in attempts to make them sound less stupid, but often times it backfires. One especially stupid opinion I hear fairly often is, “ska is dead.” Simply put, this is stupid. (more…)
Some prefer movies about doomsday, others prefer Kermit the Frog. To each their own.
This is our ‘meet cute’ — I know it might be a tired genre cliché but it’s nonetheless effective. From Sleepless in Seattle to When Harry Met Sally (or, really, any other late-80’s/early-90’s Meg Ryan movie) audiences have fallen for the ‘meet cute.’ (more…)
Bring the kids for crafts and holiday magic at bellevue arts museum.
As you take the kids to experience the enchantment of Snowflake Lane this month, swing by the Bellevue Arts Museum for Jingle Bell-evue Blvd, a family-oriented art workshop with fun crafts, festive treats and yuletide cheer that is free for all to attend. (more…)
This weekend, some local rockers invite you to don a mask and party. Hard.
If you want to ring in the month of December with something a little edgier than drummer boys and jingling bells — or you already miss Halloween — head to Studio Seven on Saturday, Dec. 3 for Esitu’s sixth annual Masquerade Mayhem. (more…)
Celebrate a faraway CULTURE in the heart of Seattle.
Art connoisseurs, history buffs and anyone who appreciates cultural expression will delight in African Legacy, an exclusive exhibition and auction that will be held at the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) on Saturday, Dec 3. Best of all, this event is free to the public. (more…)
“Femme Fatale” gives classic repertoire a mysterious twist.
Watershed Opera is proud to present “Femme Fatale,” a clever twist on some of the world’s most beloved opera characters. This diabolical comedy will be performed at Town Hall Seattle on Sunday, Dec. 3. (more…)
Enjoy time-honored tradition with a beloved holiday production.
These classic shows are as synonymous with the yuletide season as pine trees and caroling. This winter, indulge your inner child with a strong dose of holiday spirit at the theater.