I will be in Spokane working for a month and would like any recommendations of yoga, places I need to see, things to do and anything to save me from being bored for 4 weeks. Yes, I know this is Seattle but I figure someone use to live there. :)
We perform the Rocky Horror Picture Show every first Saturday at midnight, at the Admiral Theater in West Seattle. Admission is $5 at the door - this month's audience theme is JOKERS.
You can find more information on our website - http://www.thezenroom.com - or you can comment on this post for info.
Our last 2 shows have sold our completely, and we're hoping for 3 in a row - get your spot in line early!
i'm looking for some sort of jazz voice ensemble, or group, or choir that either has open registration or a relatively simple tryout/registration process, in the seattle area.
i'm pretty experienced in a voice ensemble - i've been in choir since grade school all the way up until freshman year in college. the last two years of high school i was in three out of the five choirs (our select madrigal choir went to state for 15+ years straight, until our then-choir instructor left; i was also in our select jazz ensemble). i've been to regional and state competitions, so i handle stress and pressure really well. i have also played piano for 10+ years, so i can sight read music no problem. essentially, i'm looking for one that might be at an intermediate level, or advanced beginner, so i can learn to get in the swing of things.
if anyone knows anything, it'd be greatly appreciated.
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I know the 15th & John Safeway has one, but it's a bit of a walk from here, and I was hoping there'd be one down near Pike/Pine...
They have assigned me to Dr. Lawrence E. Holland.
Anyone ever seen him before? Any thoughts/experiences good or bad?
Thank you in advance
"Collapse" of the Space Needle
- The Space Needle collapsed in a windstorm on April 1st, 1989...April Fools!
On the first day of April, 1989, Seattle area TV program Almost Live! set up a phony broadcast room and dressed actors as TV anchors to pull an April Fool's joke of legendary proportions. The mock newscast reported that the Space Needle had collapsed in a windstorm, featuring footage of downed parts of the needle and hysterical eyewitness accounts (also by actors). Local hospitals prepared for the inevitable onslaught of injured patients. One man, whose daughter worked at the Space Needle, in a panic, drove from Spokane to see if his child was safe.
The end of the skit gave the prank away, but by that time the panic was out of control. TV station KING 5, the creator and broadcaster of Almost Live!, later apologized.
Plush Cthulhu was at the Emerald City Comicon today. Were you?
If not…here’s a few photos from my wandering through today, for those who might be interested.