Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Category Archives: Culture+Society

Photo courtesy of Short Run Small Press Fest
Embrace The “Short Run”
Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email Your guide to Seattle’s first annual small press fest. It should come as no surprise that in 2011, Seattle was dubbed the second most literate city in the nation.  Our city is abundant in local bookstores and public libraries, and we Seattleites are known to nerd out with Kindles in coffee shops, cart around worn copies of Danielle Steel novels and catch up on some of Allen Ginsberg’s poetry on the Light Rail. (more…)
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Snowbird Backcountry Utah
Get Ready For Winter…Like There’s No Tomorrow
Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email Year after year, ski season kicks off with a breathtaking new warren miller film. Seattle is a city full of seasonal reminders. Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spiced Lattes hint that fall has arrived, and as the Mariners report to Arizona for spring training, clear skies and warmer weather are on the way. When a Warren Miller film comes to town, Seattle’s winter sports fanatics know that ski season is right around the corner. (more…)
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Bassekou Kouyate
For Great Entertainment, Go Back To School
Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email This month, Seattle campuses host first-rate performances. “Twelve Angry Women” Seattle Pacific University presents “Twelve Angry Women” — a gender-swapping twist on Reginald Rose’s classic play, “Twelve Angry Men” — for two weekends this month on the James Leon Chapman Stage.  (more…)
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Lauren Max, showing photography at Bauhaus in September, 2011.
Blitz Capitol Hill: Not Your Typical Art Walk
Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email A festive celebration of Seattle’s most eclectic community. What do you get when you take the vibrant, quirky art scene of the Capitol Hill neighborhood, throw in some local color and top it off with wine and cupcakes? The answer, of course, is Blitz Capitol Hill, the most inspired art walk you’re likely to find in the city. (more…)
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"The World's Quuickest Theater Festival" at TOJ; photo courtesy of Artsy August
Weird, Wild Times At The 2011 Puu Puu Party
Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email Support Theatre Off Jackson at one of the most eclectic fundraisers of the year. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, theater-lovers will get the chance to give back to their favorite creative medium. All Seattleites are invited to the 2011 Puu Puu Party, an annual auction event that benefits Theatre Off Jackson (TOJ), located in the International District. (more…)
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Seattleite Book Club
Seattleite Book Club: November 2011
Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email Dear “Seattleite” readers, Welcome to the Seattleite Book Club – the only virtual book club that spotlights the Pacific Northwest’s own authors and publishers! To see how our little club works, please visit the inaugural installment. (more…)
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City Scene: A Seattleite Pictorial
Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email “Dancing Divas” — through the lens of Ernie Sapiro. (more…)
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Storyboard from the "Immortal" World Tour
Michael Jackson’s Sensational Return To Seattle
Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Google+ Reddit Email The pop icon’s legacy, presented by Cirque Du Soleil in an eye-popping live show. King of Pop fans, take note: Cirque du Soleil presents “Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour,” a fantastic celebration of the late artist’s life and legacy. This $60 million extravaganza is scheduled to visit more than 50 North American cities before heading overseas next summer. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Seattle becomes the tour’s first U.S. stop. (more…)
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