Arts & Culture

South Seattle Mom By Day; Entertainer Extraordinaire By Night

South Seattle Mom By Day; Entertainer Extraordinaire By Night

By Amber Campbell If you didn’t know better, you might see South Seattle neighbor and entertainer Jen Ayers on-stage belting out 80’s rock hits, swinging on the trapeze and entertaining audiences with her killer comedic timing, and find it hard to imagine her doing down-in-the-trenches mom duty. Well, try again. […]

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SIFF Coming to Columbia City’s Ark Lodge Cinemas

SIFF Coming to Columbia City’s Ark Lodge Cinemas

SIFF organizers recently announced that Columbia City’s own Ark Lodge Cinemas will host screenings during this year’s 42nd Seattle International Film Festival from May 19 through June 12, 2016. A favorite with visitors as well as locals, SIFF presents the opportunity to meet filmmaking talent and stars, attend gala screenings […]

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Columbia City Gallery Presents “Into the Wild” & Roosevelt Lewis

Columbia City Gallery Presents “Into the Wild” & Roosevelt Lewis

This week, Columbia City Gallery kicks-off two new exhibits to run January 13 through February 21, 2016, with an artists’ reception for both exhibits planned for Sat., Jan. 16, from 5 to 8 pm. In the Main Gallery, “Into the Wild” includes new works by gallery artists Dianne Bradley, Saundra […]

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Building Bridges On Bridges in Mount Baker

Building Bridges On Bridges in Mount Baker

Can public structures provide a canvas for social equity? Local designers asked this question when they used the Mount Baker pedestrian overpass as the home of an installation for the 2015 Seattle Design Festival: Design for Equity, September 21st through October 3rd. The installation, “Mind the Gap,” explores the bridge […]

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