comic art at Gay City
Good spring weather — sunny and high near 60F– on Thursday is a perfect reason to walk around the ‘hood and check out the art shows opening for the monthly Capitol Hill Arts Walk, aka your hyper-local affordable art fair. Highlights this month include a queer comic art exhibition at Gay City Health Project; Tales from the Grind at Office Nomads in which six Seattle authors read stories and poems about the jobs they’ve loved, lost, and sometimes, quit in a frenzied rage; humorous photography by Fab Rideti at Paris Eastside; interpretations of the Zodiac signs at True Love. Find many more art walk events via the mobile-friendly blitzcapitolhill.com.
This weekend is the last chance to see “First Dollars to a Name” at Eclectic Theater. This “mature content” play is an homage to the spaghetti western, and marks the 50th anniversary of Sergio Leone’s classic Fistful of Dollars. Queue the whistle + wah-wah-wah song.
Friday, Neighbors hosts Battle of the Bulge, an underwear model contest and benefit for Social Outreach Seattle.
Also Friday, Chop Suey hosts a benefit show to raise funds for the second annual ‘Mo-Wave musical festival. CHS wrote about the first year for the queer music fest here.
St. Patrick’s Day (aka amateur drinking day, aka everyone-is-Irish day) is Monday, but you can start to party green on Saturday at Tommy Gun.
“Join us for our Third Annual Irish Feast. We’ll start things off with doors at 5pm and dinner will last until our traditional corned beef sandwiches (piled on rye with cabbage, naturally) runs out. You’ll find Guinness on draft and array of Irish whiskeys at the ready. Once again, we’ll feature Irish dancers at 10pm.”
Justin Duffus at Blindfold Gallery.
Da’Daedal celebrates their second anniversary of producing improv nights of music, spoken word, and art on Sunday at Vermillion.
The $15 Now crowd will be rallying — and marching for the cause — at Judkins Park Saturday afternoon.
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Immerse yourself in the rich cultures and stories of South Asia at the 11th Seattle South Asian Film Festival (SSAFF) this fall. SSAFF is an 11-day festival of thought-provoking meaningful films & forums that will engage viewers to dialogue openly … Continue reading
New Century Theatre Company presents The Big Meal by Dan LeFranc directed by Makaela Pollock October 20-November 19, 2016 Previews: October 20-22 & 27 Opening Night: October 28 Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays-Saturdays at 8pm, and Sundays at 4pm Mainstage at … Continue reading
Beginning Monday, October 3rd, Wise Orchid Taijiquan & Qigong will be offering a new class, Tai Chi for Seniors. In this class we will work fundamentals and a short form to bring better health and vitality, improve structure and strength, … Continue reading
Now you can drop into a class at The SweatBox every weekday at noon. Monday-Vinyasa; Tuesday-Hot Hybrid; Wednesday- Yin; Thursday- Hot Hybrid; Friday- Vinyasa! Share:TwitterFacebookRedditEmail
Do you have a story to tell? Be it non-fiction, fiction or family history, this workshop will be the springboard for your writing projects. Learn the basics of how to write stories which tap into your creativity, and resonate with … Continue reading
The body is the physical manifestation of the mind: posture is an expression of the nervous system and represents unconscious habits. When we practice yoga we use the breath to shape the body and harness the mind. By cultivating awareness … Continue reading
Every Tuesday is Taster Tuesday. Tasters are only $0.75, the perfect excuse to try great local beer. Bring your growler or get one here. Share:TwitterFacebookRedditEmail
SDOT will hold two community meetings to discuss the public path near Lowell Elementary between E Roy and Federal Ave that has been closed because of concerns raised by the school’s PTA. October 25 – 4-6 pm Lowell Elementary School … Continue reading
The Seattle Department of Transportation would like to invite you to join us at one of two public meetings to learn more and share feedback on the Roy Street Right-of-Way between Federal Ave E and 11th Ave E near Lowell … Continue reading
Join us for our six-ish mile all paces run. For Tuesday run, we have a winter route at 5.7 mi and a summer route at 6.3 mi. The summer route explores the trails of Interlaken and the Arboretum. The winter … Continue reading
7-part course: Tuesdays, 7-9:30pm, starting September 20 and ending November 1 The pencil is an effective tool for producing beautiful botanical works, and skill in pencil rendering is also a good basis for ongoing study of botanical art in other … Continue reading
More fun than a barrel full of monkeys… Pub Trivia. Get drinks as prizes for answering questions correctly. Great food, great drinks, and some questions to answer to get more beer and food. It’s free to play, prizes to top … Continue reading
Wednesday, October 26th, 8:30am-12:00pm Finding attractive, functional small trees for small scale planting spaces is an ongoing design challenge. Relying on pruning methods to maintain smaller tree sizes is not usually sustainable in the long run. This session will … Continue reading
There is a hidden treasure among shrub species in the unending quest for good small scale trees for urban gardens. We will look at a special group of evergreen and deciduous selections among the Arboretum’s plantings that reveal the … Continue reading
Become the master of your photographic domain. Learn to use the cameras you already have on your smartphone or tablet and begin to master a handful of amazing photography apps that will help you make stunning pictures to populate … Continue reading
The Cal Anderson Park Walking Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. Meet new friends, exercise, and gather for occasional pot lucks in the Shelter House with neighbors! All ages, abilities, and pets welcome. This group … Continue reading
Design Review Early Design Guidance proposing a 4-story mixed use building consisting of 26,600 sq. ft. of retail space and 75 residential units. Parking to be provided for 156 vehicles below grade. Existing structures is to be demolished. Design Proposal … Continue reading
How do you prepare yourself for the step in your career? One way to increase your value is to continually develop and expand your skill set. In this course, we’ll explore specific and practical ways that you can expand your … Continue reading
Join us for this very social 3.5 mile jaunt through the neighborhood followed by food and drinks at Linda’s. We keep the pace easy and the atmosphere fun. Sometimes we change location. Always check our website to confirm the run.Share:TwitterFacebookRedditEmail
EastPAC evaluates and advocates for public safety priorities and quality of life issues for stakeholders in Seattle’s East Precinct. EastPAC Community Meetings are held from 6:30 to 8:00 PM each fourth Thursday, except for November and December, when we meet … Continue reading
Explore and expand your potential as an image creator through design with purpose. Photographers will take their personal vision and image creation to a more sophisticated and deeper communication level through a variety of design techniques and practical applications. This … Continue reading
Take the material you learned in Self-Defense 101 and kick it up a notch. This is a progressive skill-building class, which means each session will review what you learned during the previous week(s) and build on those skills. In this … Continue reading
Have you had a long week? Are you a morning person or would you like to be? Jump Start may be just what you’re looking for! With a combination of body care, breathing, and shakeout run, you can recover from … Continue reading
This Free, 8-week series, beginning Friday September 16th. is open to everyone of all ability levels; no prior yoga experience necessary. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle, blanket, pillow, journal/pen, and your own mat, if you prefer. We … Continue reading
Shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute) concert featuring three extremely well reputed and very advanced flute players from Japan: Kaoru Kakizakai, Katzushi Matama, and Tereo Furuya, with Larry Tyrrell from Portland and Mitzuki Dazai playing Koto. Both solos and group songs.Share:TwitterFacebookRedditEmail
Hilloween, Capitol Hill’s favorite kid-friendly Halloween event returns Saturday, October 29th and it’s sure to delight kids of all ages. This community party is FREE and open to everyone – designed with kids in mind – but just as fun … Continue reading
5:45 PM CREEPY CRAWL KICK-OFF AT MOE BAR 6 PM – 9 PM ZOMBIES DISPERSE TO THE STREETS Zombies and zombie hunters will gather at MOE BAR at dusk to collect their maps and enjoy a SCREAMING GOOD DEAL before … Continue reading
FnS, the producer of “Lusio. A Night to Awaken” is proud to bring to you… “The Sylvan Series” An exploration of light and sound noun syl·van \ˈsil-vən\ Definition of sylvan “one that frequents groves or woods” Lusio at Volunteer Park … Continue reading