I was hanging out in Ballard this weekend, and was it just me? Or does every place in that neighborhood sell a T-shirt. Be it coffee shop, pizza restaurant, bar, music venue… all had their own personal fashion line so you could really make it part of your identity.
Just an observation, it’s good to support the local businesses in anyway you can. Personally, I’m going to wait for the Hot-Shorts line to come out.
Does anyone know of, have have links to, good theatrical headshot photographers? Heh. Doesn't have to be so specific, but just someone or some people who can take good shots of my head for theatrical purposes. I am willing to pay for the film, development and printing depending on how much the end cost is going to be .. naturally. I'm a struggling artist who struggles with much more then art, so reasonable deals would be nice, but yes, I am desperate right now.
I tried to check the memories, but they are down.
I can't go into specific details, but I might possibly be the target of a defamation lawsuit due to a website I run. I'm trying to work things out with the other party, but threats have been made against me and I'd like to be prepared and gather a list of names to call just in case. It's my opinion that I've done nothing wrong, so I'd like to fight it all the way.
I'm looking for a Seattle-area attorney who is web-savvy, great with details, and has a sense of humor. Any suggestions?
I had seen the print ads for the show but didn't know anything about it (wasn't even sure if it was related to the movie) until the Seattle Weekly cover story.
Stephen Lynch as the lead? Brilliant!
But is it good? Please post your reviews if you are going during the run here in Seattle. It would be nice to hear local opinions before it goes to Broadway, and help me decide if it's worth spending money on good seats.
So where's a good place online to find houses for rent? I'm looking for places closer to Shoreline/Lynnwood/Everett but I assume there's some companies that cover Seattle *and* those cities. Thanks!