“Are these barre classes like ballet, or something?”
“I don’t know about this, I’ve never done ballet before …”
I hadn’t either but I was thinking it might be closer to a true sweat session than a ballet lesson. Sure, a ballet barre lined three of the mirrored walls of the room but I tried not to think about that minor detail. Plus, (more…)
Last week in Seattle - Will Cindy ‘make it work’? Local designer will “sew” us soon on ‘Project Runway.’ Plus crabs and Lady Gaga leave us in a fog. Seriously, what was up with the fog, Steve Pool? (more…)
Last week in Seattle - Stars in the City. And I’m not talking of the astrological sort. (more…)
In case you missed the Capitol Hill, Bellevue and Kirkland dishcrawls last year, you’ll have another chance to stroll the streets with strangers in search of eats on Feb. 6 in Belltown. (For those of you unfamiliar with Seattle neighborhoods, Belltown is usually referred to as the stretch of city (more…)
The jazz sensation returns to his hometown for a concert series later this month.
For all intents and purposes, Kenneth Gorelick enjoyed a typical Seattle childhood. He grew up in the Seward Park neighborhood, attended Franklin High School and eventually enrolled at the University of Washington. At age 10, he began playing the alto saxophone – and the rest, as they say, is music history. (more…)
These days, you can consider Michael Huang your unofficial agent. Social media executive, band manager, promoter, and mentor are just some his hats.
If you’ve got a passion to make a difference, Michael Huang will show you you’re not alone. Over the years he’s surrounded himself with like-minded innovators and trailblazers. From nonprofits and technology to music and dance, it’s all good when it’s for the better good.