Come Ride the Awesome Wave with Alt-J at the Neptune
Who: I purchased my first Mac this year, and finally feel like I’m part of the tech Savvy Seattleites. Well sort of. I haven’t mastered all of the sweet short-cuts and symbols, but when I found out I would be covering the British indie-rock foursome Alt-J, I smiled at the notion of testing out a new mac trick! (more…)
Here’s everything you need to know about this event and why you should register summed up in two words: BACON RELAY.
And in case that isn’t enough information, here’s what Eat Run Hope really is: A 5K run/walk around picturesque Seward Park followed by a culinary sampling of Seattle’s most talented chefs (more…)
Using science and positive engagement to help young people get sober.
Frank Couch, Executive Director for the Science and Management of Addictions (SAMA), has studied alcohol and drug use among young people for more than a decade. Every spring, his organization hosts the Knowledge is Power Luncheon to inform Seattleites about the various (more…)
Concerts captured on camera shine at Triple Door; Langhorne Slim steals the spotlight on several Seattle stages
This Thursday, April 4, The Triple Door launches its month-long homage to 20 of Seattle’s top “rocktographers,” those talented photogs who regularly risk rowdy mosh pits and backstage chaos to document the scenes found here in the music mecca (more…)
For the 8-Year Old From 1982 in All Of Us
GI Joe: Explosion (or whatever it’s called) is a movie about The Rock in tight shirts. I imagine if you are that humongous it would be hard to find shirts that fit but good lord does the guy shop at Baby Gap? There are some other Joes and Cobras named HoodRat, Skank and Storm Cloud or something but (more…)
Out of the corner of my eye I see two svelte-shaped people walking towards the sidewalk to The Bar Method front door, hand-in-hand and looking in love as ever. For a second I think to myself, “Is that Sean and Catherine (of ‘The Bachelor’)?” I know Catherine is one of Seattle’s Bar Method ambassadors for the upcoming 60-Day Challenge but I soon realize there’s no way she’s back from press tours yet. After all, “The Bachelor” finale just aired a few days ago and I’d think she’d be in La-La-Land to support Sean’s stint on “DWTS.” (more…)
As one of the most significant and ornate clothing periods of all the ages, Medieval garb perpetually enchants us with its magical influences and dramatic aesthetic. Its relevance marked by the creation of clothing buttons, houppelandes (the precursor to men’s trousers), and the tailor profession (more…)