Saturday, June 24, 2017

Category Archives: Culture+Society

Photo courtesy of Flickr:Brian Buck Photo
Le Faux Presents Many Divas On A Single Stage
You’ll see stars at this beloved celebrity impersonation extravaganza. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday or bachelorette party — or maybe even a divorce — the ladies and gentlemen at Le Faux invite you and your friends to enjoy an evening of wild entertainment at Julia’s Restaurant on Capitol Hill. (more…)
Jeff Ament plays with Pearl Jam in Chicago, 2009. Photo courtesy of Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam Bassist Jeff Ament Introduces JAXT4
A signature model bass by any other name wouldn’t sound as sweet. Jeff Ament arguably penned the grunge movement’s original bass line. Born in Missoula, the young musician moved to Seattle in 1983, where he found work at a Belltown coffee shop. A year later, he joined Green River, who are considered the grunge era’s first group by many rock historians. After that band broke up, Ament played (more…)
On Wednesday, learn how to shoot the streets with Eric Kim
Seattle Photographers Hit The Streets
Learn how to shoot the city from an urban art legend. Calling all photographers – yes, even you, the Facebook profile master self-portraitist.  Seattle Street Shots Studio invites amateur shutterbugs in Seattle to learn from world-renowned street photographer, Eric Kim. (more…)
Men's Yoga
Yoga For Men: Happy Hour Boot Camp
Seattle’s premier location for men’s yoga refuses to let you stay flabby in 2012. Since the opening of Lululemon‘s flagship store, stylish yogis everywhere have lined the streets to grab the latest and greatest skin-tight leggings and colorful yoga mats. Armed with all the essentials and a fresh New Year’s resolution, women march off to their yoga classes to get fit and get spiritual. But wait…yoga is about so much more than (more…)
Dick Dale. Photo courtesy of Get Mad Baby
Concert Watch: Dick Dale At The Tractor Tavern
Warm up with some classic surf guitar from the master himself. The Act: If you’ve seen “Pulp Fiction,” then you know Dick Dale — his “Misirlou” played over the opening credits, and the classic ditty became synonymous with the film. The man pioneered surf rock music in the 1950s, simply by playing a standard right-handed guitar with his left hand and creating strange, never-before-heard sounds. (more…)
Photos by Ashley Genevieve
City Scene: A Seattleite Pictorial
“Blue Steel” —  through the lens of Ashley Genevieve. A morning of shopping, cooking and eating with Chef Anthony Polizzi of Steelhead Diner and Chef Kevin Davis of Blueacre Seafood. (more…)
Seattleite Book Club
Seattleite Book Club: January 2012
Dear “Seattleite” Readers, Welcome to the “Seattleite” Book Club – the only virtual book club that spotlights the Pacific Northwest’s own authors and publishers! (more…)
Storm watching at Cape Disappointment. Photo courtesy of WesternUSAWx
Get Out & Go: Washington Winter Beach Retreats
The sky is gray and breezes are cool, but there’s plenty to do on the coast. Perhaps you’re not into snow sports, but you still want to enjoy a natural retreat during the long Seattle winter. Washington’s striking coastline gives Seattleites a place to rest and reflect during the cold, quiet months. If that’s not enough reason to hit the coast, empty beaches and winter resort rates provide extra incentive. (more…)
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