It’s Valentine’s Day week! Let’s get naughty and nice in all kinds of ways! We have some heart-shredding live music, zesty burlesque, a plethora of passionate political fire on film, and eerie beautiful gospel music for more than just the eros-fueled kind of love. So it goes: This Thursday, February 13,[More]
Big time arts synergy over the next couple of weeks in Seattle! With a sense of cultural victory hovering in the air it feels great to know that there are some upcoming events in which artists of all kinds mix it up, and hang with fans, and put their own work[More]
Sweet and funny, Huey loves human attention, being groomed, and playtime. He is bonded with his brother, Sam, and they are available for adoption together. Huey came to the shelter July 2013 with his brother Sam and their buddy Scooter, who was adopted 4 months later. They have been in the shelter[More]
Posted: February 6th, 2014 under Pet of the Week.
Local Social Art Alternatives to the Superbowl: Fantagraphics signing; the comedic weird and awesome; and science fiction reading at Elliott Bay Bookstore
This Saturday, Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery located in Georgetown at 1201 S. Vale St., Seattle WA 98108 hosts Julia Gfrörer signing her new graphic novella Black Is the Color. This is a briny, shimmering gift-book perfect for the dark-wave kids and underground comics fans, pop surrealists and old salty sea-lovers alike. Set[More]
Muffin is a gorgeous, princess of a kitty who wants to be your one and only royal companion. She is a playful, affectionate love bug with personality plus. As any good princess can confirm, she can be high energy and feisty at times, but overall, she is a loving, sweet cat who[More]
Hey AZ Blog readers! Just some tiny bubbles of blurbs to keep you excited over the next few days about the whorl of created enchantment available locally and otherwise-accessible: These days we’re told it’s all about speed, and how quickly we all get into the same place. This is both exciting and[More]
Rare Punk Film at Scarecrow, Yé-yé Girls of ‘60s French Pop, Damien Jurado’s new album, and a Healthcare-Hootenanny
Dear Readers: We have a couple of very special music-based performances coming up this month I’d like to let you know about, a regionally-published book about sultry chanteuse music, and an album from a local musician you shouldn’t miss. It’s a lot of hot stuff, so let’s rip right into it: On[More]
Hello! My name is Chris Estey, and I have been blogging for a while in Seattle, mostly before at the beloved Three Imaginary Girls site and the awesome KEXP Blog. At Nancy Guppy’s (deeply appreciated) invitation, I am hopping into The Art Zone to happily help hype the art or music or[More]
Seattle Channel's Take 21 blog is on hiatus while we evaluate our communication channels and embark on a website redesign. Because nearly all the content on this blog is also available on our website, we decided to simplify, step back and take stock of how we keep you updated on Seattle Channel[More]
Posted: December 20th, 2013 under Take 21.
Host Brian Callanan sat down this afternoon with outgoing Mayor Mike McGinn for an exit interview. McGinn discusses his four years on the job -- accomplishments, regrets and what's next following his November loss. Plus we hear his thoughts on the future of the Seattle Police Department, the tunnel being carved under[More]