This weekend, a group of dedicated individuals attempt to break a truly thrilling record.
28 years ago, Michael Jackson first sported his red leather jumpsuit, spooked his movie date and eventually transformed into a bug-eyed zombie choreographer. Directed by 80′s icon John Landis (“National Lampoon’s Animal House” and “American Werewolf in London”), the 14-minute video for Jackson’s blockbuster title track, “Thriller,” debuted in 1983. (more…)
This is your grandpa’s “Angry Birds.”
I love museums. Seriously. I know I’m not the only one. You see, when I was growing up, we didn’t go on vacations; we went on “trips.” The difference? On trips, you learn something. (more…)
The rising indie-pop duo talks MySpace, fate and Justin Beiber.
It was just an average Thursday night on Capitol Hill for Rachel Taylor and Trevor Kelly, also known as rising star indie darling He Is We. The duo joined me on the dimly-lit upper level of Neumo’s, where, later that evening, they headlined the second concert in the Verizon Wireless Coffee Shop Series, with acoustic accompaniment from fellow Seattleites, The Scene Aesthetic. (more…)
Experience the renderings of the master chef firsthand.
If you’re looking for the ultimate experience in fine dining this fall, swing by the Seattle Art Museum on Friday, Nov. 4 for an intimate soiree hosted by award-winning chef Mario Batali.
The rock duo will put on a free show to honor U. Village’s newest resident.
In this tech-centric society of ours, the opening of the University Village Microsoft Store on Thursday, Oct. 20, is a decidedly important event. However, alternative rock fans in Seattle (we know there’s at least a few of you) will have reason to celebrate the following day, when the bluesy, eccentric pair of singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney – familiarly known as The Black Keys – are scheduledto perform at the store. (more…)
Runway to Freedom set to rock the Pink Ultra Lounge tonight.
Mark Twain once said that “Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” In 2010, Lauryn Grinnell, a hairstylist at Intermezzo Salon and Spa came up with the perfect response: Runway to Freedom. Grinnell created this charity fashion show to raise money and generate awareness about New Beginnings, a Seattle-based nonprofit that offers support to (more…)
Start the bidding this Friday at the Seattle Design Center. (more…)