March 3'd: National Moscow Mule Day
A day worth celebrating in the dead of our rainy winter. Check out local gems at Barrio, Canon and Rachel's Ginger Beer.
One of the University Districts hidden institutions gets a new chance to be a wonderful haven for artists, weirdo's, students and locals.
Touring off of his new book, The Common Good, Robert Reich encourages us to return to the idea of the governance as bettering society, not just the elites.
Join council member Kshama Sawant and others in protesting sexual violence and harassment, condemning politicians who associate with the NRA, and promoting safe communities and universal health care.
If all the world could be united under our mutual international love of pillowly steamed dough slathered in sauces, that world be a peaceful place.
Ella McBride, who was born in 1862 and died in 1965 at 102, was one of the most accomplished and widely exhibited Pictorialist photographers during the early 1900s. Pictorialism introduced a more painterly rather than documentary approach to photography by combining artistic composition with experimentation during the development process. In McBride’s “Shirley Poppy,” a single bloomed poppy with two budded stems stand tall in an overlarge Chinese vase while cherry blossoms cast shadows on the wall behind. Not sepia-toned nor black and white, the warm tan hues lend a soft elegance to the piece. When not producing her own work, McBride ran famed photographer Edward Curtis’s studio and was an accomplished mountaineer.
Seattle hip hop has a night out, with Sub Pop signee and local Porter Ray.
Italian political writer Edoardo Nesi's book chronicles the shift of economic policy and finance in the 21st century, from encouraging societal welfare to attacking the middle class. He'll speak about his work.