Treats and Sweets Brighten ‘Arcade Lights’

With a bevy of craft distilleries, urban farms, and top-notch bakeries popping up everywhere, Seattle has become a bona fide foodie heaven. And the hub of Pacific Northwest gastronomy is arguably Seattle’s beloved Pike Place Market, which will host the Arcade Lights Tasting Festival this Friday, April 25. The annual after-hours tasting extravaganza is quickly ...

Digital Design Shows A New ‘Per Spektiv’

On Thursday, April 24, the culmination of a year’s worth of work for digital design students will vest in the opening of the Digital Design Exhibition at Vachon Gallery, and the students could not be more excited. Juniors and seniors in the program will showcase their print-based design work, time-based media and interactive digital work, ...

Paolo Nutini: New EP Review

I hate to go all fan girl like I am about to, but I simply cannot help myself. Paolo Nutini, a Scottish musician, rather famous in Europe though less known in the U.S., recently released a new EP previewing several songs from his new album, “Caustic Love.” In this reporter’s humble opinion, it is really ...

‘Spectrum’: A Night of Raw Local Art

I typically think of art shows as being small, intimate gatherings of tortured intellectuals and wealthy collectors, not “art markets,” with live music and a fashion show. However, this month RAW natural born artists, a self-described “art collective for artists,” will host a show exclusively set on displaying local Seattle artists, christened SPECTRUM. The event, ...

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