Sunday, July 24, 2016

Category Archives: Culture+Society

Comet Lodge Cemetery in Georgetown...rumored to be haunted. Photo courtesy of Spooked in Seattle
Eerie In Seattle: Ghost Tours Guided By Experts
Haunted houses are so 2008 — this year, have a spooky adventure in Seattle If you’re like me — and too chicken to deal with the chainsaw-wielding clowns at one of the haunted houses in Seattle’s warehouse district — opt for a fun, spooky Halloween experience: a look at the haunted side of Seattle, led by authentic ghost experts! (more…)
"Room For The Cure" at The Heathman Hotel
Sexy Food: “Think Pink” At The Heathman Hotel
For a sexy date, order some room service to remember. Looking for a sexy date place to take the wife this weekend, but sick of the same old “dinner and a movie?” Consider dining out-but-in, and make a night of it at The Heathman Hotel in Kirkland. Through next week, the hotel offers an exclusive stay in their “Room for the Cure” — without a doubt the most colorful suite in town. The best part: (more…)
Music Madness: Rubblebucket At The Croc
Go for the Ballard mainstay’s new renovations. Stay for the booty-shakin’ grooves. (more…)
Dancing Zombies To Perform In Pioneer Square
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…)
Photo courtesy of Pat Castaldo
Entertaining The Masses: Seattle Pinball Museum
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 Scene Aesthetic and He Is We perform a free concert in Seattle as part of Verizon Wireless' Coffee Shop Series.
Up Close And Personal With He Is We
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…)
Evo’s 10 Year Anniversary Blowout Bash
Venue: The Fremont Collective | Date: 10.21.11 | Photography:  Charlie Ainslie & Tim Burke After ten years of growth through some of the most innovative decisions and challenging times in the action sports industry, Seattle-based Evolución Innovations (evo) has become a rare entity in the retail sector through a successfully backwards business model – first online, then brick-and-mortar, and in the near future, print. (more…)
City Scene: A Seattleite Pictorial
“Sounds in Seattle” — through the lens of Ashley Genevieve. (more…)
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