The Green Seattle Partnership hopes to keep our city’s emerald status.
According to the Green Seattle Partnership, our beautiful city is at risk of losing as much as 70 percent of its lush, evergreen forests in the next 20 years. Inspired by this staggering statistic, the partnership has teamed up with EarthCorps to give eco-conscious Seattleites the chance to change the tides — and get a little dirty along the way. (more…)
Pacific Northwest Ballet honors five classic love scenes in one sweeping collection.
The 2011-12 season at Pacific Northwest Ballet takes a turn for the romantic with “Love Stories,” a stunning collection of vignettes that showcases the many tempers of the heart. The show is scheduled to premiere Friday, Nov. 4, and will run until Sunday, Nov. 13. Tickets ($28–168) are available online. (more…)
The controversial comedienne will perform two shows in Seattle this weekend.
Love her or hate her, no one puts on a live show quite like Kathy Griffin — and this weekend, Seattleites get two opportunities to experience her fiery presence firsthand. The award-winning comic, actress, author and star of the hit reality show “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List” is scheduled to perform at (more…)
“Seattle Jungle” — through the lens of Chris Laurion. (more…)
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…)
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…)
A Seattleite travels to New Zealand to compete in a fascinating couture competition.
Imagine an entire exhibition filled with hundreds of Lady Gagas, all flaunting the most original, theatrical, artistically avant-garde costumes in their arsenals, in a competition so spectacular it’s described as, “Mardi Gras meets Haute Couture at a Peter Gabriel concert directed by Salvador Dali.” Yeah. We’ll give you a minute to let that register.