Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Category Archives: Culture+Society

What’s Hot: The Rite of Spring
The Art Institute of Seattle presents their Ready to Wear Spring and Fall 2012 trends. The 14th annual Student Fashion Show will showcase 80 to 100 outfits designed by students at The  Art Institute of Seattle. These pieces will reveal Ready to Wear trends for Spring and Fall 2012. (more…)
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We Heart: PR Pro, Minou Nguyen
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We Heart: Financial Diva, Ann Zech
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What’s Hot: Pink Carpet Project
Fashion, glitz and glamour for Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest. When the Susan G. Komen foundation announced it was cutting critical funding for Planned Parenthood, many were outraged. In a response to the controversy, Northwest designers, make-up artists, models and fashion enthusiasts decided to take matters into their own hands (more…)
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Music Madness: Cold War Kids
Fierce foursome perform three nights of lyrical mayhem at Columbia City Theatre. Cold War Kids evolved in Silverlake, CA back in 2004, utilizing instruments only secondary to their own stomping and chanting, beating metal pipes and plywood, and howling into tape recorders. (more…)
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What’s Hot: Rock Paper Scissors Tournament at Finn MacCool’s
It’s bloodthirsty competition for the title and major bragging rights. Don’t be mistaken – there is no ironic, hidden message in this headline.  “Gaels” is not an Australian phonetic misspelling and to the delight of the fourth grader inside you, the Seattle Gaels actually host an annual Rock, Paper, Scissors (RPS) tournament. (more…)
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Local Brew: Seattle’s Online Comedy Show, Ep 3
Love is in the air and so is crime as we hang out at Pinxto in Belltown, examining the familiar issue of tipping your barista. We head to Westlake Center to solicit for signatures while danger lurks in Kirkland, and Sasquatch is discovered hanging out in Pioneer Square. This episode is PG-13 and surprisingly safe for work, but don’t get used to it. (more…)
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We Heart: Social Butterfly, Mackenzie Martin
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