Saturday, April 30, 2016

Category Archives: Culture+Society

Photo courtesy of Evil Dead, The Musical
Entertaining The Masses: Evil Dead, The Musical
The most hillarifying musical ever! I can tell you exactly where I was the first time I experienced “Evil Dead.” I was staying at my friend Steve’s house; I couldn’t have been more than 12 or 13 years old at the time. We waited for hours until his parents went to bed — and as soon as their door clicked shut, we pulled out the cassette from under his older brother’s mattress (next to some other things his parents wouldn’t have liked), popped it in the VCR and (more…)
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Seattleite Book Club: October 2011
Dear Seattleite Readers, Welcome to the Seattleite Book Club – the only virtual book club that spotlights the Pacific Northwest’s own authors and publishers! Last month we got a little personal with Fall Fashion for “Underneath it All: A Girl’s Guide to Buying, Wearing and Loving Lingerie” by local lingerie boutique owner Jennifer Manuel Carroll and writer Kathy Schultz. This humorous and educational read is a treat for any woman looking to understand how to dress from the inside out! (more…)
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Taste The Culture At Wing Luke’s Food Exhibit
A savory, educational experience. Beginning in October, the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience will host a delectable culinary exhibit that explores Asian Pacific American cultural traditions and cooking techniques that have adapted and changed with the passing of time and generations. (more…)
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Blackberry Tobacco, a pHeast favorite.
Sexy Food: Underground Dinner Party
Attend a modernist feast with a hot, L.A.-based chef. Sexy is practically synonymous with clandestine, and pHeast is everything an underground supper club strives to be. Based in Los Angeles, pHeast is the ultimate subterranean dinner experience. For one night only — Saturday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. — the group will descend upon Seattle for a dinner, “Ten Emeralds in a Chartreuse Setting.” (more…)
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West Elm Grand Opening Party in South Lake Union
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The Neptune
Music Madness: The Neptune Gets A Makeover
And kicks off its debut with a slew of shows you just can’t miss. Remember that quaint little movie theatre in the U-District where you could catch a film on a lone Thursday night? Well, that forlorn theatre has now transformed into the new “it” venue, a place to behold your favorite bands weekly (and daily in next week’s case!) for little dough. (more…)
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Oktoberfest Northwest has food and entertainment for the whole family.
Fun For The Whole Family At Oktoberfest Northwest
Celebrate fall with authentic German food and entertainment. Autumn is officially here, so prepare to huddle up indoors with family and friends to enjoy some good brew and brats. The recent wet weather for which Seattle is known will not dampen the 7th annual Oktoberfest Northwest, which is held inside at the Puyallup Fair & Events Center. (more…)
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Happenin’ Happy Hour: Peso’s Kitchen & Lounge
Queen Anne’s hotspot for mouth-watering Mexican cuisine — for breakfast. I’ve found that there aren’t many breakfasts worth the trip to another borough. The Seattle food scene is fantastic, in that each locale around the city has satisfying offerings when it comes to the morning’s basics of dairy and proteins. However (and you knew that was coming), there is one place that stands alone (and has a happy hour no less) when it comes to the morning meal, – Peso’s. (more…)
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