by Gus Marshall
Theory of Change is a politically charged indie rock quintet on a quest for a fairer and more just world. Their mission is to find a greater truth through their music, addressing life’s more complex challenges and every day struggles through the lens of society’s structural inequities.
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by Emerald Staff
Friday, Nov. 16th:
“Every Friday, we will have Po’Boys for sale from 6-10pm. These Po’ Boys are some of the best you will ever try – New Orleans style and fresh. We will have Catfish, Shrimp, and Oyster Po’ Boys!!
“Catfish w/ homemade garlic fries: $10
Shrimp w/ homemade garlic fries: $12
Oyster w/ homemade garlic fries: $14
“There will be live music by a local vocalist that is gracious to share his gift with us. Where else can you get a fresh Po’ Boy and live music in Seattle? Nowhere. So come join us and order a Po’ Boy and a Sangria while listening to an amazing vocalist.”
Time: 6–9:30 PM
Where: Estelita’s Library — 2533 16th Ave S.
Cost: Free to attend
Tags: Restaurant, Social Justice, Po’Boys, Library
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by Emerald Staff
Friday, Nov. 9th:
“Art of & Resistance & Resilience is celebrating the installation and unveiling of their highly anticipated 40’ mural commemorating the historical legacy and 50th Anniversary of the Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party by hosting a community art show Continue reading THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH SEATTLE—Seattle Black Panther Party Mural Unveiling, Bindlestiff Seattle, SoulOut Showcase Vol. 3, and more!
Stories and photos by Carolyn Bick
Under the blood-red lights of the stage, Prashant Kakad spun deadly mixes of popular Western songs and Bollywood hits for costumed attendees at Columbia City Theatre Friday night.
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by Georgia McDade
Should I stay or should I go? Be there or not to be there? Speak up or be silent? The characters in Tony Kushner’s drama A Bright Room Called Day ask themselves these questions and many others, but not at the beginning of the play. The audience, by extension, may ask themselves the same questions.
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by Emerald Staff
For a our super special Dia de los Muertos events round-up, see: Celebrating Día de los Muertos 2018 in and Around the South End. For everything else, read on…
Friday, Nov. 2nd:
The Expanding Universe of APAs in Science Fiction—“Looking at the connection between Asian Pacific Americans and the infinite possibilities of science fiction, World’s Beyond Here follows the path of a young Sci Fi fan becoming an empowered creator, limited only by imagination.
“The exhibition, which features a mix of literary and pop culture works, encourages museum visitors to see how science fiction reflects the times they were written in. The creative process draws in ideas about how we build our world and how we imagine the future – and the artists featured in this exhibit inspire us to find our own vision.”
Time: 10 AM–5 PM (Tues.–Sun.)
Where: Wing Luke Museum — 719 South King St
Cost: $10–17 (children under 5, free)
Tags: Museum, Exhibition, Asian Pacific American Culture, Science Fiction, Pop Culture
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by Emerald Staff
Looking to get your spooky on in the South End? Check out THIS HALLOWEEN IN SOUTH SEATTLE for our Halloween events round-up. Also now live: Celebrating Día de los Muertos 2018 in and Around the South End. But if pumpkins, tricks, and treats aren’t your thing, here’s what else is going on in the South End this weekend:
Friday, Oct. 26th:
Latino Theater Project Presents: Brainpeople — “Brainpeople written by Jose Rivera, is a deeply psychological story of three women and the life events that haunt them. A wealthy Puerto Rican woman who is still obsessively grieving the parents she lost at age eight sends her armored limousine out into a violent, dystopian Los Angeles to pick up two complete strangers and bring them back to her home for an exotic feast and deep conversation. A mixture of comedy and chaos ensues …
“This Pacific Northwest premiere is produced by Latino Theatre Projects in association with Theatre Off Jackson and is directed by Fernando Luna. The complex characters are portrayed by Alyssa Norling, Sofia Raquel Sanchez, and Vero LeCocq.” Playing nightly, Thurs–Sat through November 3.
Time: All showtimes are 8 PM
Where: Theatre Off Jackson—409 Seventh Ave. S.
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