Seattle’s Spooky Halloween Haunts

HILLOWEEN Nurse your Halloween nostalgia with a Halloween carnival here on Capitol Hill. After all, no one is too old for some old-fashioned Halloween fun. Carnival games, balloon animals, face painters, stilt walkers, magic tricks, music and more will be at Cal Anderson’s kid-friendly carnival this Saturday from 12-3:30 p.m. The carnival will be followed ...

Gluten-free Goodies Come to Capitol Hill

Nicole Schlaeppi • The Spectator The famous gluton free bakery called NuFlower which has a frequent stand at the Sunday Broadway Farmers Market now has a permanent location up on 15th avenue and Republican. ‘Tis the season for pumpkin bread—gluten-free pumpkin bread, that is. Also brownies, cookies, cakes, pastries and even bacon and egg focaccia—all ...

Pop Art Finds a New Home on the Hill

Gods, monsters and more are lurking at Ltd. Art Gallery’s new location. On Wednesday, Oct. 15, the pop art museum is moving into its new location at 501 E Pine Street. Their first exhibit will be themed “Gods and Monsters.” The lease at Ltd. Art Gallery’s previous location a few blocks away was up, and ...

Death in Classic and Contemporary Film

Graceful, gratuitous, or simply egregious, death in film is here to stay. Mortality is a recurring theme that transcends genre, time period and cultural context. This Thursday, American playwright and director Dr. Daniel Sullivan will come to Seattle University to speak about the powerful medium. The event, titled “Death in Classic and Contemporary Film,” will ...

Seattle Symphony Makes Classical Casual

Seattle Symphony’s late-night [untitled] music series ditches the conventional concert-going experience of strict seating, fancy attire and three-hour long performances. At [untitled] performances, concertgoers can sit on floor mats or stand up to get drinks from the bar counter all while watching the symphony perform against the visually stunning backdrop of Seattle. The annual contemporary ...

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