Cactus, which you probably know from its Alki, Madison Park, Kirkland or South Lake Union locations, is coming to Bellevue in June 2013. Just in time for summer sun when chips, guac and margs become a category of its own on the food pyramid (or MyPlate as it’s referred to nowadays). (more…)
Indie vintage band Daniel Kirkpatrick and the Bayonets take down the Tractor Tavern.
Self described as Tom Petty meets Elvis Costello; doesn’t that tickle your curiosity? After several years of rehearsing and couch hopping, and spending some time in the legendary Seattle recording house Robert Lang Studios, (which has recorded the likes of Nirvana and Death Cab for Cutie) (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…)
A look at the state’s first canine-training program for male inmates.
When the recession first took shape four years ago, the Washington State Department of Corrections faced massive budget constraints. To mitigate this crisis, prisons statewide began exploring cost-effective alternatives to traditional inmate programs. (more…)
Amid the vibrant, bustling activity of the International District is the Wing Luke Museum– curator, collector, and centerpiece of local Asian Pacific American stories and phenomena. Next up on the docket: fashion collections from local to national Asian-American designers (from Trina Turk (more…)
PNB puts its own spin on Shakespeare’s masterpiece.
Craving a little romance, some spectacular dancing, or a combo of the two? You’re in luck. The Pacific Northwest Ballet brings its contemporary interpretation of Shakespeare’s tragedy to McCaw Hall February 1 through 10. According to The Seattle Times: “It’s a remarkable work…like no ‘Romeo (more…)
Last week in Seattle - Stars in the City. And I’m not talking of the astrological sort. (more…)